• Beauty Ideals Throughout History

  • Hungarian Banknote Concept Designed by Barbara Bernát

  • Kokeshi Dolls

  • Pantone Sample Versions of Art Masterpieces

Beauty Ideals Throughout History

A diverse cast of models shows how the standard of beauty for women has changed dramatically over time. Ancient Egypt (c. 1292 – 1069 B.C.)   Ancient Greece (c. 500 – 300 B.C.)   Han Dynasty (c. 206 B.C. – 220 A.D.)   Italian Renaissance (c. 1400 – 1700)   Victorian England (c. 1837 – […]

Hungarian Banknote Concept Designed by Barbara Bernát

For her MA degree project at the University of West Hungary, Budapest-based graphic designer Barbara Bernát devised this lovely concept for the Hungarian euro. The project involved five denominations of increasing scale, each made with a set of copperplate etchings; animals of increasing size on the front and related plants on the back. The kicker […]

100% Kawaii

Truck Torrence  100% Soft is an illustrator based in Los Angeles. Today we present you his work around the films that make up our pop culture today but the “kawaii” universe is limitless. Info: érectile.fr  

Kokeshi Dolls

In the age of technology and the spread of 3D printers and ‘easy to forget the beauty and value of the traditional method. Yasuo Okazaki creates a doll Kokeshi style Naruko with a technique passed down for over 400 years. The Kokeshi are a type of traditional Japanese wooden dolls. They are a product that is […]

Pantone Sample Versions of Art Masterpieces

Nick Smith‘s playfully arranges Pantone swatches to paper to re-create famous paintings from “Girl with a Pearl Earring” to “Mona Lisa.” Though his work uses broad swaths of colors, the pictures are still recognizable, looking almost like 8-bit art. He takes classic pieces and brings them into the 21st century, adding a little twist of tongue-in-cheek […]

The Surreal Flying Houses by Laurent Chéhère

French photographer Laurent Chéhère‘s ongoing “Flying Houses” series takes cues from his love of cinema and personal wanderings around little-known neighborhoods of his hometown of Paris. The images depict a dreamlike world of airborne architecture. The scenes range from quite realistic to completely surreal. The whimsical collection — which marry digital manipulation with analog photography — sees […]

Sampuru the fake food

In the windows of Japanese restaurants often see reproductions of tempting food menu offered made of pure and very artificial … plastic? Represent faithfully and in great detail sushi, sashimi, bowls of ramen and even pizza and plates of spaghetti with meat sauce! These replicas are born from the need to create appetite through a […]

Macro Timelapse of Aquatic Wildlife by Sandro Bocci

  The above clip is a trailer of sorts for an upcoming non-verbal film titled Prograve by Italian filmmaker and documentarist Sandro Bocci. The feature is billed as (translated from Italian) “an experimental film orbiting scientific and philosophical reflections on time and space, and that through various shooting techniques, fields of magnification, and an exciting […]


Can you recognize logos reinvented by London designer Mehmet Gözetlik? Passionate about it already owes logos Series Minimalist effect in the maximalist market, where it épurait brands of packaging such as Nutella, Schweppes, or Pringles. He now returns with a series entitled Chinatown where he reflects large logos in Chinese. It is amazing to recognize […]

The many faces of David

The last example is that of the advertising campaign of a company producing weapons. But is not the only and will not be the last makeover in commercial background of the masterpiece by Michelangelo. Here as in the years David has been used for advertising, politics and art.  The American company ArmaLite arms factory has […]

Highlights from the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards Shortlist

The World Photography Organization just announced the shortlist for the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. Creating a shortlist was no small feat. This year submissions swelled to a record 173,444 photographs from 171 countries. Shortlisted images will be on view at Somerset House in London from April 24th through May 10th, and Winners are announced […]


You can order a pizza with practically any topping these days, but pineapples and hot dogs are no match for the crazy concoctions dreamed up by a parisian design studio. Blackpizza pays tribute to one of the world’s most popular eats with an experimental food art photography series called “Pizza is the new black”. Each […]

The Beauty of Nature Encased in Glass

Though it may seem implausible, these translucent orbs bursting with activity and life are made entirely from glass. The New Jersey-based artist Paul Stankard, largely considered to be the father of modern glass paperweights, discovered in college the scientific glass blowing and the manual process of creating scientific instruments out of glass. He was instantly hooked […]

Crystallized Books | Alexis Arnold

After repeatedly finding boxes of discarded books in and around her urban environment, San Francisco-based artist Alexis Arnold became fascinated by the idea of finding ways in which to immortalize forsaken publications. The shutting of newspaper and magazine shops coupled with the onslaught of electronic reading leaves the paperback in a uncertain state. Arnold has […]

How Dinsey Princesses would look like if they were historically accurate?

Disney creates fictional worlds for their princesses to live in, drawing on historical and mythical inspiration to create beautiful fairy tales. We wondered what the princesses would’ve looked like if they’d existed in the real world, so we used context clues from the films to determine, as specifically as possible, the time and location of […]


Kytten Janae is an artist who works the art of GIF. It brings a lot of motion pictures, exhibits through his Tumblr. Both disturbing and disturbed, the artist offers images sometimes psychedelic, colorful, sometimes glaucous. The bodies are defined only by their envelopes, distorted and oozing, that come to life organically. Info:  érectile.fr

The World’s Hardest-Working Dogs

The working dogs of the world tend not to get as much time in the spotlight as their house-pet brothers and sisters. Photographer Andrew Fladeboe, however, is working to remedy this injustice by treating these dogs with the respect and artistry they deserve. Though his photo series is called “The Shepherd’s Realm,” the dogs aren’t […]

Unique handbags made with original LEGO bricks

Almost 6 years ago Aga Biernacka started making jewelry with Lego bricks. Earrings, bracelets, brooches, cufflinks – pretty much everything that falls into the category. Since the beginning, she had an idea of designing a real handbag made with bricks. It took she quite some time to work on the design, alter the techniques, find all […]

Installations of Blood

The photos you see are part of the exhibition BLOOD / SPIRIT, the peculiarity is that the artist uses the blood to create surreal motifs in his works of art. The artist Jordan Eagles decided that the paint is not material enough staff and then opted to work with the blood. The works gruesome there […]

140-year-old Tree Reproduction

Recently unveiled at the MadArt space in Seattle, Middle Fork is the lastest sculptural work by artist John Grade who worked with countless volunteers to realize this enormous scale mold of a 140-year-old tree. The process began a year ago when Grade and a crew of assistants scaled a Western Hemlock tree in North Bend, […]

Three-dimensional Illusions

David Spriggs is known for his unusual large-scale installations, which meld a sense of intensity with a sense of delicacy. Spriggs’s technique presents remarkable three-dimensional inventions that is seemingly ephemeral in its translucence, but is created from multiple layered images that are suspended vertically, allowing the viewer to move about them. Using layered groups of […]

The Robot That Can Play Morra Chinese

There pc win tournaments in sacks, checkers, cards … Now comes the robot that can beat the time a human being morra Chinese. The robot was developed at the Ishikawa Oku Laboratory the university of Tokyo and is able to win 100% of the time against a human at the game of scissors-paper-rock. It’s useless […]

Adventurous Creations by Pat Perry

Michigan-based artist Pat Perry spent most of 2014 living a transient life spread across the U.S. His travels took him backpacking, train hopping, and motorcycling with stops in New England, Arkansas, and Texas, all the while dutifully recording his thoughts and observations in his sketchbook. The presence of rural America is a near constant presence in […]

Superheroes Buddhists

Pop icons of American cinema are transformed into pseudo religious statuettes. Chris Milnes, a 3D artist from New Jersey, has eliminated the formality of the icons by creating a series of small statues of Buddha with the features of the most popular superheroes pop and film as: Darth Vader, Frankenstein or Simpson, Ironman, Batman, Yota, […]

Wallwave Vibrations

Loris Cecchini has created a “tattoo in relief” which appears as a part of the very fabric, or skin, of the wall. Architecture relies on the logic of geometry—primarily linear and planar elements—yet here the artist utilizes the geometry of the sphere in a roughly circular composition. As a result, the sculpture seems to pulsate or […]

Immense Installations of Ceramic | Molly Hatch

Massachusetts-based artist Molly Hatch, was born in 1978, the daughter of a painter and an organic dairy farmer. She creates immense installations of hand-built ceramic plates painted with a variety of patterns and scenes. Hatch frequently re-contextualizes historic images used centuries ago by old porcelain manufactures as well as paintings and textiles. Her largest artwork […]

Blandscapes: photography or drawings?

Spanish-born, London-based artist Oriol Angrill Jorda  creates mixed-media drawings paintings that mimic various photographic effects, inciting a conversation about mechanized versus handmade artistic production. Working with primarily graphite and watercolor, Angrill Jorda’s drawings take the form of double-exposure photographs, negatives or out-of-focus photos. These technically impressive works serve as records of an invented reality, subverting […]

It’s Not Digital

The work of this artist is breathtaking! Because when an artist can do the job at hand that appears Digital (Then I ask myself: What did people think of this art before computers). Kazuki Takamatsu is creating paintings using a methodical process hand painting to get an impressive digital aesthetic. These paintings, part of the […]

Psychogeographies: Three-Dimensional Figurative Collages

The Brooklyn-based artist Dustin Yellin was commissioned by the New York City Ballet to install a new series of his figurative collages. The artist refers to the sculptures as Psychogeographies because “they feel like maps of the psyche.” Each large-scale sculpture is individually embellished with bizarre found objects—cut-up books, magazines and trash found on the street—which […]

Anatomical Specimens Made from Wool and Silk by Lana Crooks

Chicago-based textile sculptor and artist Lana Crooks makes tiny sculptures from hand-dyed wool and silk that look both beautiful and creepy at the same time. Crooks painstakingly pieces together bits of fabric to create anatomically accurate bird and insect skulls. She will be showcasing her most recent work next month at the Modern Eden Gallery […]

Nerd Terrariums

Adding a little bit of the outdoors to your home is as easy as putting a terrarium on your coffee table. The self-contained ecosystems are small and simple to care for, and you can get cool geeky terrariums from Etsy seller Moss Love Terrariums with no work required except ordering and opening the package. The […]

A Disturbing Cat

Looking at these photos of cat Atchoum, seems to look a feline very disturbing and that could eat you soul, as if the cat Satan. This is what you can read in other posts. But Atchoum is just a cat, a cat’s normal that unfortunately has a disease that causes the growth of hair much […]

San Francisco, 1 Man and 3000 Toothpicks

Thirty five years ago Scott Weaver  had already begun work on this insanely complex kinetic sculpture, Rolling through the Bay, that he continues to modify and expand even today. The elaborate sculpture is comprised of multiple “tours” that move pingpong balls through neighborhoods, historical locations, and iconic symbols of San Francisco, all recreated with a little […]

Las Vegas Amidst a Sea of Darkness

Famous photographer Vincent Laforet takes amazing night photos of urban cities, and his amazing photos of Las Vegas are no exception. Laforet, who has also photographed New York similarly, turns Sin City into an incredible neon metropolis surrounded by a desert of darkness. The photographer ascended with a helicopter to 10,800 feet above sea level […]

The village of Fox

Japan, is a magical place, covered with sanctuaries for some animals, because they are considered magical and benevolent. You should know that in Tashirogima, always in Japan there is the island of cats, but also the village of Foxes! In this paradise coexist six different species of fox, who run and play together in a […]

Famous Photographers Behind Their Iconic Images

Unless you’re a photography buff, you probably have no idea what the people behind some of the most famous photos in the world actuall look like. US photographer Tim Mantoani, however, aims to fix all that with his epic “Behind Photographs” series. It all started in 2006, when Mantoani rented a 20×24 Polaroid camera (itself an […]

Steampunk Assemblages by Arturas Tamašauskas

Arturas Tamašauskas says that his favorite paintings are the ones that represent birds. “Bird is a strange mechanism” – he says. His paintings seem to be filled with strict forms, but also blurred, as if you were looking through the fog. He creates steampunk assemblages from metal parts. The artist crafts various metal animals, birds, and […]

Prue Stent sees pink life

Prue Stent is a young girl based in Sydney but who is studying in Melbourne, who knows what femininity today and shows it without too many frills. He began to investigate the world of photography in the age of adolescence, at sixteen. And in his four photographic projects, a common thread seems to tie all […]

Self-portrait of Emoji

Say goodbye to the realism in portraits, Because a new art form is on the horizon and it does not look too shabby. Rapper and artist Yung Jake is in the business of using something that we often take for granted, emojis, to create portraits of celebrities. Creations are strangely impressive and have received Hundreds […]

Tea Bags Portrait

The Malaysian artist, Red Hong Yi, created an installation called “Teh Tarik Man” out of 20,000 teabags for the World Economic Forum in Davos last month. She says it took about two months to build the 10-foot by 7-foot piece, which ended up weighing more than 440 pounds. Hong Yi stained the teabags for the […]

Balloons Invasion | Charles Pétillon

French photographer Charles Pétillon created a series titled “Invasion“. Hundreds of white balloons overflow from architectural spaces, neighborhoods and landscapes. These balloons invasions are metaphors. They aim to change the point of view that we encounter every day without regard to it. It is our view that he try to sharpen and to move from […]

Awsome 3D Calligraphy

My name is Tolga GİRGİN and I am working as an Electrical and Electronics Engineer in the beautiful city of Eskişehir, Turkey. I am interested in calligraphy as a hobby. Sometimes, if I have time I do custom works as a freelancer. I have been drawing sketches since my childhood in my spare times. I […]

Mechanical Drawings and Human Form by Atsushi Koyama

Although the meaning behind these oil paintings by Atsushi Koyama is somewhat ambiguous, it’s easy to appreciate the exactness of his paintbrush that colorfully and elegantly depicts mechanical diagrams mixed with anatomical illustrations. Born in Tokyo, Koyama holds both a BFA in art from Tama Art University and a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Tokyo […]

Half Famous Faces

Enough with the usual mash-up, but this is new! The mash-up of celebrity faces with other famous faces, based on puns created by their names. Things like Spockahontas, Smiley Cyrus, Vanilla Isaac Newton, and Putintin. The results are not only comical, are quite impressive. Kalle Mattsson, a graphic designer in Stockholm, produces work under the […]

Alluminium Scultpures by Tatiana Blanco

Tatiana Blanco always refers to the figure in her sculptures. Her artwork is  influenced by real figures and her technique is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional form. She portrays her life expereience through human form and seeks to communicate through her figures’ body language. Communication between Tatiana Blanco and her artwork, and between her […]

Famous Pin-Up Portraits

But you have thought about the international music stars such as; Rihanna, Avril Lavigne, Lady Gaga, Pink, Katy Perry, as they would be if they were pin-up? He thought, Renato Cunha, drew our international icons as if they were posters in a garage in the 50s! The set makes a lot and also the transport […]

Kintsugi: The Art of Broken Pieces

The Japanese art of Kintsugi, which means ‘golden joinery’ or ‘to patch with gold’, is all about turning ugly breaks into beautiful fixes. Most repairs hide themselves – the goal is usually to make something as good as new. Kintsugi proposes that repair can make things better than new. Kintsugi is a technique of repairing broken […]

Glass and Nature: Contemporary Glass Sculptures

Simone Crestani is a glass maker. In his works he try to combine his two big passions – glass and nature – he give his sculptures natural shapes. Simone attributes his passion for glass to what he describes as the privilege of growing up near the capital of glass world: Venice. The technique he use is […]

Tiny, the hamster that celebrates Valentine’s Day

There once was a hamster, well then you are talking about hamsters! There is a little hamster with his lady, for which was organized a party for Valentine’s Day. Everything has been studied in detail, from dinner with noodles with meat sauce, the journey into the tunnel of love, a waiter and live music! Maybe […]

Zarathustra, the Photobomber Red Cat

Russian artist, Svetlana Petrova‘s mother passed away, leaving behind her beloved orange cat, Zarathustra. Svetlana took in her mother’s feline companion and as she worked through her loss and grief, she begin inserting Zarathustra into classical paintings. Soon after, it became a full on project that led to these amazing works of art that give […]

Sculptures Full of Cities

Psychogeography is the act of exploring an urban environment with an emphasis on curiosity and drifting. Or, more colloquially put , a “toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities.” In his most recent series “Psychogeographies,” Dustin Yellin uses multiple layers of glass, each covered in detailed imagery, to create a single intricate, three-dimensional collage with […]

A Japanese Landscape Miniature by Takahiro Iwasaki

Cloth fibers, dust and human hair. To most people this is garbage to be swept or vacuumed away. For Hiroshima-based Japanese artist Takahiro Iwasaki, these are his building blocks. He turns trash into sculpture by creating impressive miniature landscapes that often feature factories, ferris wheels and other iconic structures. And now, the artist’s first solo […]

Nunzio Paci’s Paintings Merge Nature and Anatomy

Italian artist Nunzio Paci works with pencil and oil paints to create strange amalgamations of plants and animals in what he describes as an intent to “explore the infinite possibilities of life, in search of a balance between reality and imagination.” Paci currently has a solo show including several of the pieces you see here […]

Matchboxes’ Art

Will Picaro is an artist based in Westfield, NJ. He is a freelance artist specializing in Matchbook decoration, he can  transform used  and brand new matchbooks into pocket-sized colorful portraits. He started drawing on matchbooks a little over two years ago  and has accumulated a large collection of animals, movie characters and his own renditions of famous works of art.   […]

Fifty Shades of Grey Lego

All they want it all and expect this film! To date, with 2.75 million tickets sold amounted presale International Fifty Shades of Grey, the film adaptation of the book by EL James edited by Sam Taylor-Johnson that will be premiered at the Berlin Film Festival on February 11. In Italy will be released the next […]

Memorial Dice Portait

Canadian artist and designer Tobias Wong  died last year at the young age of 35, or more specifically, 13,138 days. In tribute, his friend Frederick McSwain  created this immense portrait of Wong entitled Die using 13,138 dices as part of the BrokenOff BrokenOff exhibition at Gallery R’Pure  in NYC in memoriam to the artist during […]

TheCreative Parchment Repair in Medieval Books

From the fifth through 13th centuries, parchment, made from animal skin, was used for pages of books. Parchment was strong, but the quality of it varied based on thickness, uniformity of color, and evenness of each page. While pages of books made with very high-quality parchment remain intact fairly well, poor-quality parchment had a tendency […]

Art Out of Every Little Thing

My name is Tatiana Khlopkova and I live in Minsk, Belarus. I create pictures which I myself call “something as something else”. I like to look at things from unexpected angles, to play with everyday objects, change their forms, colors, sizes, functions, find similarities and make connections. I believe that any object, terribly boring as […]

Hanmade Botanical Resin Jewelry

There are plenty of nature motifs in jewelry and fashion, but there’s something special about having actual pieces of bark and moss or dried flowers in your accessories. Sarah Smith, the Oregon-based artist behind Modern Flower Child, creates hand-made resin bracelets, bangles and earrings by forever preserving real feathers, flowers, seashells and other beautiful bits […]

The Most Creative Tea Infusers

If you are a lover of tea infusions, you can not miss this post! Now make tea has never been so fun! You will love these tea infusers creative! Tea is the most popular beverage in the world, even more than coffee! But most people use tea bags, if they want to drink a quick […]

Treebeard: Portraits With Plants Growing

Cal Redback made these images to put part of his imagination in the portraits of his friends in common areas. His first idea was to make a double exposition as we used to see, but when he started to blend them on Photoshop, he realized that he could be a bit more creative and realistic. You […]

Light and Shadow’s Intersections

The Intersections project is a laser-cut black lacquer wood cube, designed by Anila Quayyum Agha, suspended from the ceiling and lit with a single light bulb that casts breathtaking 32-feet-by-34-feet shadows to create instant architecture in an otherwise empty room. My goal is to explore the binaries of public and private, light and shadow, and […]

Sculpture Plume

What do you look? At first I thought fossere strange monsters and actually know but they are not at the same time. I think they are spectacular works! Gwire Kate is an English artist born in 1964 and has specialized for 10 years in the sculpture feather. Using feathers of pigeons that he collects patiently, […]

Fine Art Doodle Drawings by Sagaki Keita

Artist Sagaki Keita was born in 1984 and lives and works in Tokyo. His densely composited pen and ink illustrations contain thousands of whimsical characters that are drawn almost completely improvised. Sagaki Keita‘s work simply look like recreations of the usual, old classics. But as you step closer, you’ll see that each one is actually composed […]

Jenny’s Photography

Jenna is a fine art and underwater photographer based out of Billings, Montana where she lives with her fiancé Chris, their 2 dogs (Smoltz and Maddux) and their 4 cats (Flo, Study Buddy, Tank and Carl). After acquiring her Master’s in Psychiatric Rehabilitation, she made a drastic career change into the field of photography where she […]

Il Braghettone

The gigantic work of art that covers the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel was not always unanimous. In fact, after the death of the painter Michelangelo, Pope Paul IV said he was offended by the omnipresence of nudity in this fresco and tried to make it disappear. The Italian artist Daniele da Volterra then saved […]

Cool And Creative Bookmarks

Have you ever read a book, only to lose your place because you haven’t got a decent bookmark? Well, perhaps if you’d had one of these unique page markers, you’d be more inclined to continue your quest for knowledge or adventure. A bleeding bookmark for a thriller? Perhaps a shark’s fin for a nautical tale? […]

Mark Lovejoy’s Swirling Photographs of Mixed Paint

Working from his studio in Alpine, Texas, artist Mark Lovejoy creates richly textured images of mixed paint, but although he’s somewhat secretive about his process, one thing is clear: they aren’t just photographs of mixed paint. The act of creating the color formations alone sounds more like an act of chemistry than art as he […]

Vatnajökull Glacier Cave

The most famous caves these days are glacier caves. The difference between glacier caves and ice caves is that ice caves are bedrock caves that contain ice all year round, whereas glacier caves are formed within the ice of a glacier. When you come to Iceland you will really want to see a glacier cave, but for […]

7 Cat Sins

Cats, by now, have become stars of the web, including Grumpy Cat, Nyan Cat, Lil Bub and Keyboard Cat, invading our daily virtual. Why not create illustrations with cats? it is in this spirit that the illustrator Marija Tiurina offers beautiful illustrations around the seven deadly sins … with cats! Info: érectile.fr, Marija Tiurina

Iconic Buildings From Day To Night

The idea of Richard Silver behind doing the “Time Sliced” Series was to photograph iconic buildings around the World at sunset and capture the changing light from day to night in a single image. The photographer decided to Slice time and light showing the progression of the day from left to right. Each photo consists […]

Marvellous Flowers

The photographer David de los Santos Gil gives us 3 minutes of pure beauty with a timelapse of the most beautiful flowers blossoming. This video will need nine months of work and more than 50,000 copies of which only 10% were eventually used. Gladiolus, lilium, hibiscus, carnations, orchids, dandelions, lilies, daisies, alstroemeria, peonies and Nigella […]

Imaginary Photography by Kyle Thompson

A couple of years ago, Kyle Thompson  became interested in photography. Unfortunately, his anxiety prevented him from talking to people, so he opted to experiment with self-portraits. He would spend hours, even days, walking alone through forests and exploring abandoned houses. He’s been to over 50 of them. After taking hundreds of photos, he posted […]

271 Years Before Pantone: the first Color Guide

In 1692 an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down to write a book in Dutch about mixing watercolors. Not only would he begin the book with a bit about the use of color in painting, but would go on to explain how to create certain hues and change the tone by adding one, […]

Otherworldly Vehicles By Modestas Malinauskas

Modestas Malinauskas is a Lithuanian artist who paints with oil. His canvases are professional and done using a difficult and original technique. They lead us to a shiny fantasy world full of powerful colors and positive energy of dreams and play. This paintings are fantastical in their use of vibrant colors and everyday objects transformed […]

Incredible Sand Sculpures

While Ray Villafane is best known for his expertise in the art of food carving, he is also recognized for his magnificent, remarkably realistic sand sculptures. Using just sand and water, the artist sculpts incredibly detailed figures that tower above him as he works. Funny-faced people, nativity scenes, and hellish creatures from Dante’sInferno appear so […]


Who does not know the animal Alpaca? Keep an eye on him this animal because you create so many things! Installed for several years in New York, illustrator Ashley Farlow is definitely part of Generation lover of video games, cartoons and things kawaii .. He finds inspiration in everything around him and in particular in […]

Art, History and Racism

“I’ve always been fascinated by history: art history, American history, world history, individual history – how history is written, recorded, distorted, exploited, reimagined, and understood.  In my work I explore the materiality of reconstructive history.  I paint and I sculpt, often borrowing from the historical canon, and then alter the work in some way.  I […]

Deadly Viruses Painted On Human Body

The International Vaccine Institute collaborated with Seoul-based artists, designers, models, and photographer create striking images to raise awareness of neglected diseases. The concept was to use reproductions of the diseases cells painted onto models to attract attention to some of the diseases that affect the lives of millions around the globe. The Deadly Beauty campaign […]

Calaveras as Cartoon

If you love love stories but also to reflect the new film by Guillermo Del Toro is already a buzz on the internet and it is very nice! Colorful pictures, and inspired by the Mexican folklore, skulls beautifully decorated – the famous Calaveras – is what makes the next film. After Pacific Rim, Hellboy and […]

Laura’s Surreal World

Surreal self-portraits from young photographers are nothing new. In fact, one could say there are almost too many of them out there. But that makes it that much more impressive when a young photog breaks out of the pack and catches the attention of the masses. That’s exactly what 18-year-old photographer and college student Laura […]

El Gran Chamaco – 3D cute monsters

El Gran Chamaco is an illustrator and character designer class ’82 who lives in Los Ramones, Mexico, and that creates amazing 3D characters and monsters, combining taste cartoon, drawn grotesque, pop surrealism, Mexican influence and fluorescent colors with a dedication to Flemish textures  and details. His work is research and testing continues, driven by obsession […]

The Magical Fairy Tale by Anita Anti

Inspired by fairytales from around the world, Anita Anti, a Ukrainian photographer based in New York, takes beautiful portraits of women and animals in forests that seem to pulsate with magical energy and melancholy. Some of her photos seem based on specific stories, while others simply create a fairy-tale-like setting, allowing the viewer to fill […]

To Eat? Or Not To Eat?

Ounded in 2011 by the photographer and food stylist Claudia Castaldi and Stefano Citi, manufacturer designer TourDeFork is a culinary design studio. They work for both large companies and small local restaurants. Using the 3D printer, they are showing a real tour de force in the field of DIY and food. CASAfacile published in an […]

Colorful Oil Finger Paintings

One day while completing an oil painting of a field artist Iris Scott  needed to make a few quick adjustments to some yellow flowers but every brush at her disposal was stained a deep dark blue. Not wanting to stop and wash the brushes she decided to make a few quick touchups with her fingers, […]

Whimsical Objects Tranformations

Brazilian artist Camille Kachani  is sculptor who forms unusual objects based around themes of nature and art. He clashes the organic and the inorganic between the natural and unnatural by a process of brilliant artistic endeavors. Her fantastical touch transforms found, utilitarian objects into whimsical sculptures. Among his new works, the wooden bases of hammers, cabinet […]

Fashion Portraits of a Leukemic Cat

This is the cat “Hummus” of Jason Mc Groarty. When she was very young she was diagnosed with Feline Leukimia which means she is unable to play outside in case she falls ill or spreads the virus to the other cats in our neighbourhood. However, this doesn’t mean she is unhappy, she loves running around […]

Poetic Jewellery

The Irish artist Robin Ruby loves nature so passionate, so as to block the beauty of nature in small paintings, glass bowls. The result is stunning, striking for its simplicity brilliant and surprisingly poetic. These little creations are curiosity laptops that can delight your eyes. He also gaining popularity due to the famous site Pinterest (go […]

Picturesque Wood Sculptures in South France

Something magical has been happening in the woods around the Loup River in southern France. The artist Spencer Byles has spent a year living in the area’s remote woodland, creating intriguing temporary structures from natural materials. The spontaneous creations are deliberately hard to find and are unlikely to be stumbled across. Towering woven structures, hanging […]

Alice Finch builds LEGO Hogwarts

Alice Finch, a Seattle mom of two, combined her love of Harry Potter with Lego to create this incredibly detailed, approximately 400,000-piece model of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. No magic required!  It all started around 5 years ago when her eldest child was obsessed with Lego. They have a dedicated Lego building room, […]

Adorable Kokeshi Dolls | Becky Kemp

Becky Kemp, a budding artist planted in South-East England, is influenced by Nordic design and Japanese illustrations. Her bubbly personality led her to establish Sketch – an intimate design house selling small accessories, stationary, home ware and toys. Originally made in Japan hundreds of years ago, Japanese Kokeshi Dolls have stood the test of time […]

Food Painter

The art of “culinary” Hikaru Cho, Japanese artist, creates illusions in the foods that we see every day, and the effect is great! There are things you do not expect! Some foods may not be what we see, and indeed it is so! To see what hides should try to peel the cucumber, or break […]

Surreal Fashion Shots

Bara Prasilova  is a photographer and artist from Prague with quite a list of awards to her name. She can create photos with a very dreamy mood gave by muted colors and often unorthodox poses. “I started to photograph when I was 18, just after I graduated from a business oriented high school. The single idea of myself […]

Puppets Designed by the Kids

A brilliant new idea in the business world moves forward! The initiative of a toy company of the company Budsies, creates toys designed by children. The principle is very simple, parents send to Budsies design child thinks a toy invented by his imagination and the company turns it into a stuffed toy. The toys made […]

Micro Watercolor Drawings

On January 1st of last year, Lorraine Loots decided to create one miniature painting a day for the 365 days. The resulting series, entitled Postcards for Ants, is truly incredible. ‘I challenged myself to created a miniature painting every single day for the entire year,’ Says Lorraine. ‘The project evolved and people started booking sentimental […]

Colorful New Architectural Watercolors

Polish watercolor artist Maja Wronska continues to paint explosively colorful depictions of European architecture, most recently in Poznań, Poland. Wronska is an architect herself, a skill that greatly enhances her artwork. She first renders each piece as a detailed drawing and then adds layers of watercolor, an unpredictable medium that can be difficult to control, […]

Holographic Paintings

Thai artist Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew paints multiple layers of canvas, thread, fabric, and netting to create stunning works of three-dimensional art. Delicate and utterly unique, the paintings resemble shimmering holograms that subtly shift and transform when viewed from different angles. A pensive, melancholy figure is at the center of each mixed media piece. Rendered in impressively […]

Museum of Supernatural History

France artist duo Zim&Zou were inspired by a Museum of Natural History, melted with a Cabinet of Curiosities, for their storefront installation for Hermès Maison Shanghai. The windows, hand-made with paper and leather, are an invitation to wander. Passers-by were suddenly walking through the corridors of a mysterious Museum, straight from the street. The themes […]

Unusual Sculptures Chiseled from Wood by Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

Japanese sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemaki chisels these life-sized figurative sculptures out of giant pieces of camphor wood, a kind of evergreen. The strange pieces frequently involve two or more characters merged into a single form, which could been interpreted as commentary on mortality, or multiple personalities/perspectives. Kanemaki created a series of progress photos that show the […]