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Amethyst Shape Hotel

Amethyst, a beautiful precious gemstone, is the inspiration behind NL Architects’ proposed chain of hotels. But, their unconventional design does more than just reference the color. It makes the structure appear as if it’s the jewel itself. The Amsterdam-based designers created the illusion by splitting the building in half with the brilliant, multifaceted purple forms […]

Elizabethans Heroes and Princesses

What happens when an artist photographer decide to use modern heroes like Batman, Joker, Spiderman and and princesses by adding a touch of Flemish and the Elizabethan style? A strange mix that makes you laugh and restless at the same time, because some of the nineteenth-century clothes dress very well. The idea and the works […]

Tale You Lose | How coins become work of art

Would you choose one cent over another? Well maybe if it was one of Andre Levy ’s colourful hand-painted coins you would. This Brazilian artist transforms dull coin sculptures into colourful familiar faces from pop culture, taking them from lifeless items to vibrant one-in-a-million artworks. From Spiderman to Einstein, through Disney Characters, Harry Potter, Where is Waldo, […]

Mini Beautiful Urban Landscapes

Michigan-based artist Taylor Mazer recently crafted incredibly small drawings that are no larger than your average pencil. He has a keen eye for the city. But what you won’t find in his work are postcard views of famous monuments. Rather Mazer favors the less glamorous side of the city. Street signs, lamp polls, highways and electrical lines […]

BAKEA!

Juan Carlos Paz aka -bakea- is an illustrator and toy designer in Spanish particular universe. Its spooky-eyed creatures are reminiscent of the characters in Matt Groening (The Simpsons and Futurama) as well as Nick Park (Wallace & Gromit). Anxious to give credibility and list the creatures that sit in his mind, -bakea- plays one of […]

Rufus The Adventure of Sleeping Dog

Some dogs go on crazy adventures on their own, but Rufus has some help from his owner. He probably doesn’t realize it, but Sara Rehnmark dresses him up while he sleeps and posses him for cute pictures. Rufus the Pharaoh Hound gets to do human things like performing magic tricks, backpacking and… taking a dog […]

Fluid sculpting high-speed: Alberto Seveso

Dropping, is the natural evolving of previous projects using ink and water by Alberto Seveso. This time he tried something different using the oil instead the water and the outcome was amazing! The title is very important for him, because it is a tribute to the master of the dripping technique, Jackson Pollock. He always […]

Dreamlike Selfportraits

Growing up, Canadian photographer Joel Robison was always a bit of a daydreamer. “I didn’t really feel connected to that part of my mind that was creative,” Joel recalls. “I didn’t feel inspired. One day, I came across Flickr and saw photos by people that were so creative, entertaining and engaging! It was like a light […]

Two Kinds Of People

Zomato, a website dedicated to foodies around the world, created a series of quite insightful infographics stressing binary differences in human behavior to promote their new app. In their “Two Kinds of People Project,” the company focuses on the radical differences in food choices, escalating with the never-ending conflict between Coca-Cola versus Pepsi fans, coffee and […]

Barbie With Normal Measures

How would Barbie if she measures “normal” ?? The most famous doll in the world has undergone a facelift fake. An American artist has reshaped to make it look like a normal girl, with curves to the right place. This barbie does not exist, but it is real because the measures are in proportion with […]

20 Creative Ideas To Reuse Old Plastic Bottles

DIY recycling projects are always cool, especially when you can turn your trash into something new and useful. We’ve written posts about ways to recycle before, but it turns out there’s so much that you can do with recycle plastic bottles that they deserved their own post. The PET plastic that most plastic beverage bottles […]

Saint of the Catacombs

In 1578, an underground network was discovered in the chains of Rome and the time the researchers found thousands of skeletons were once Christians martyrs. Indeed, at a time when Rome was still under the polytheistic religion men were killed on suspicion of being saints, because of their courage and their full support to the […]

Illusionary Street Art

Kurt Wenner, a former NASA employee, uses his mathematical expertise to produce each of his large-scale optical illusions. By calculating line, shape, and perspective, he carefully paints his elaborate floor and wall murals to trick the eye into believing the drawings are three-dimensional figures. His creations are further enlivened by people cleverly taking photos of […]

If Disney Princesses Had Realistic Hair

Besides all the mermaids, sorcerers, witches and princes, there’s another aspect of Disney princesses’ lives that just doesn’t add up. Loryn Brantz, a staff illustrator at Buzzfeed, noticed that their hair often behaves in strange and unrealistic ways, so she decided to show how they might look if their hair behaved the way ours does. […]

Melissa Jay Craig: Mushroom Book Installations

(S)Edition is an installation of 99 books made to look like common Amanita Muscaria mushrooms by Chicago artist Melissa Jay Craig. The installation has been shown in a various configurations the last few years, and only once in its entirety at the Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland, Ohio back in 2010. From her statement about the […]

Famous Musician Portraits

For the opening of the vanguard and for the cultural magazine First Floor Under the artistic De Moreno and Mirco Pagano, have spent more than 200 hours of work overlap, organisation and alignment of CD. A fantastic result, in which there are seven portraits of world famous musicians or Bob Marley, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, […]

Bioluminescent plankton shines in Hong Kong

On the night of January 22nd, the shores of Hong Kong glowed blue with wave upon wave of beautiful bioluminescent water in a phenomenon commonly known as Sea Sparkle. However, this magical display, caused by blooms of a microscopic dinoflagellate called Noctiluca scintillans, was brought on by something less-than-inspiring: environmental pollution. Noctiluca glow when they’re […]

Anatomy of toys

Barbie, Super Mario, Hello Kitty and Mickey Mouse as a surgeon would see them: come and discover the true face (ie the real organs) of the toys in the works of Jason Freeny, the New York artist who rebuilds the internal anatomy of the darlings of children . The idea of showing the organs and the […]

This is How James Corbett Gives New Life to Old Cars

Sometimes art is just that thing we have a need to make, whether it makes any sense or not. “I create my sculptures not only because I am able to, but because I am unable not to. My sculptures are by nature a solved puzzle, and it’s the challenge of solving the puzzle that gives me […]

Optical Illusions Art

The boundaries of reality are represented through a surreal world created by the Swedish artist Erik Johansson: builds photos “impossible”. A magician of optical illusions art, because the laws of physics can not curb the imagination by the Swedish. “Working with the editing – says Johansson – is a bit ‘like painting a picture.” It […]

The City Series | Vision of a post-apocalyptic world

Lori Nix isn’t your typical photographer. Actually, she’s more of a sculptor. These emotional scenes show her vision of life after the apocalypse, but that’s not the only thing that makes these photographs amazing — it’s how they are created: Most of the tiny elements are made by hand and assembled on a tabletop, with […]

Fakes Barbies: the “Fashion Dolls” by Giampaolo Sgura

A collection of Haute Couture dolls by photographer Giampaolo Sgura, who staged the models Magdalena Frackowiak and Elisabet Erm in the manner of fake Barbies, as a tribute to the universes of the great names of fashion, from Louis Vuitton to Chanel through Dior, Valentino or Gucci. The series “Fashion Dolls” is been created for […]

Moments Like These | Disney Character in a Real Black and White World

The New York photographer Harry McNally extracts Disney characters in their colorful universe and cleverly superimposed them on black and white urban scenes like the subway, a doctor’s office, or a nightclub. The essence of the characters takes a whole new flavor.   Source: wikigag

The Hyperrealistic Sculptures of Ron Mueck

London-based sculptor Ron Mueck, formerly a model maker and puppeteer for children’s television and films, has been creating fine art sculptures since 1996. Using resin, fiberglass, silicone, and many other materials, Mueck constructs hyperrealistic likenesses of human beings, while playing with scale. The detailed sculptures are captivating when viewed up close, as they may be […]

Transformation of Cats

Lovers and cat lovers of the world unite! Have you ever thought about how would our favorite characters drawn if they were cats? Well on the internet there too! Very often those who definsce nerd, otaku also loves cats and on this post I think everyone will agree! The designs are very funny. More info: […]

Tarot with The Lord of the Rings

For all the fans of the saga “The Lord of the Rings”, from Russia, the user SceithAilm deviantArt illustrated with great skill a series of tarot. Fans of the series will enjoy seeing their favorite protagonists and antagonists interpreting different entities in a deck magic. Gandalf, Aragorn, Arwin, Sam, Pip, and Merry and others. The […]

Chocolates That Represent Japanese Onomatopoeic Words To Describe Texture

Japanese design office Nendo has created 9 different types of chocolate. While each are the same size, not a single piece from the Chocolatexture collection look alike. That’s because Oki Sato, who leads the Tokyo and Milan-based firm, rethought the concept of chocolate by focusing on texture. “There are many factors that determine a chocolate’s […]

Creative Father Makes Crazy Photo Manipulations with His Three Daughters

John Wilhelm is a 44-year-old IT Director at a Swiss university with a passion for photography and digital art.  Some of his most wonderfully creative photo manipulations are of his girlfriend Judith and their three young daughters – Lou (5.5 years), Mila (2.8 years) and Yuna (6 months). John agreed to share his awesome work […]

Recycled Metal Animal Sculpture

Last year’s Sculpturewalk was one Carl Sean McMahon remembers fondly. His ‘Linotype Wapiti’, created primarily from an old printing press at the Castlegar News, won the overall Peoples Choice Award, selected as the favourite of all those who voted over the four month balloting period. The end result sees McMahon’s sculpture permanently displayed at Castlegar […]

Grimm’s Landscape

“I am colourblind and I can‘t distinguish green and red“. This is how Kilian Schoenberger, one of the finest contemporary landscape photographers, introduces himself on his Facebook profile. This fact strikes even harder, when we observe his recent works – the beautiful, yet ghostly illustrations of the Brothers Grimm‘s fairy-tales. The photographer takes us on […]

The new canadian passports hiding secret images

The Canadian passport has potentially earned the unexpected distinction of being the coolest passport to pull out at a rave. The pages of the new passport (released in mid-2013) are covered in fun and colorful UV-reactive images that can only be seen under a blacklight. The “secret” UV images are cleverly incorporated into the parts […]

Art as Social

The classics of the art at the time of the social network is thought and contemporary reinterpretation of Emoji-Nation, illustrator Ukrainian Nastya nudnik you imagine the thoughts of the figures of classical paintings in key social and smartphones. More info: Focus.it The work attributed to Dosso Dossi, the Ascension of Christ of the sixteenth century, […]

22nd Century Ophelia

The image of Shakespeare’s Ophelia submerging herself in a river has inspired artists for centuries, from the 19th-century  to the contemporary photo studio Staudinger Franke. Their “Barrier” series features female models resting below the water’s surface in a way that evokes Hamlet’s tragic love interest. While Staudinger Franke typically work in advertising, this personal project shows […]

Zen Cat is Shironeko

Shironeko a kitten Japanese, also called Basketball zen, because of its peculiarity to sleep anywhere and small spaces, he has conquered the internet people. This beautiful cat, is very special especially because of his smile. He smiles everywhere, is happy anywhere, including the dirty carrots from the garden, in a colander for noodles or with […]

Flower Bouquets Frozen in Blocks of Ice | Makoto Azuma

The self-described botanic artist Makoto Azuma is trying to change the way we look at flowers. He’s used water and the stratosphere as backdrops for his exotic flower arrangements but now he’s experimenting with ice. In his latest exhibition “Iced Flowers,” Azuma locks floral bouquets in large blocks of ice and displays them like pillars. Placed […]

Clothes Balloons

Rie Hosokai She is an Japanese designer, and has created a fabric with unique charm: the balloons. Along with the art director Takashi Kawada, the collective known as ‘Daisy Balloon’ create clothes exciting and elegant, composed entirely of balloons of all shapes, sizes and colors. The skill, the genius, craftsmanship and creativity on display here […]

Millo’s Street Art

His name is Francesco Camillo Giorgino but he’s known by the nickname Millo. He is an architect that draws all day long houses, streets, bridges, steps, gardens and parks; even during his breaks he draws on every surface. He participated to a lot of exhibitions and street art collectives. In your works predominate urban scenary, […]

Phenomenon Pareidolia: faces hidden in everyday objects

Have you ever seen faces, forms or figures in mundane places or objects? Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon involving the perception of patterns, especially of rudimentary faces, where none actually exist. You take a look! Source: boredpanda.com   # Ow My Eye! # Iggy Pop: Sad Torso Is Sad # Angry Slippers # F**k You Too, […]

Microscopic sand castles

After four years of trial-and-error experimentation, artist Vik Muniz and artist/researcher Marcelo Coelho successfully created drawings as tiny as they are tremendous: magnificent castles etched onto microscopic grains of sand—a complete and innovative reversal of building a sand castle. Visit The Creators Project blog for more information. Source: vikmuniz.net

America’s Most Bizarre Laws: Photo Series By Olivia Locher

In her “I Fought The Law” series, Olivia Locher has come up with a series of images that creatively poke fun at some of the more absurd laws in effect in the United States. Each photo is a tongue-in-cheek rebellion that intentionally violates some absurd U.S. State law, most of which are outdated or bizarrely […]

33 Painfully True Facts About Everyday Life

Danish writer Mikael Wulff and cartoon artist Anders Morgenthaler – the creative duo known as Wumo – has created a brilliant series of graphs that illustrate some of the basic painful truths of everyday life in the Western world. Their graphs and diagrams are snarky and sarcastic but, for the most part, true. This, coupled with […]

Origami Towels

If you know origami, the traditional Japanese art of folding paper into various shapes. And then there Oshibori art, the art of folding wet towels into animals, figures or anything. Oshibori art is the latest trend that has spread throughout Japan. The artist Isamu Sasagawa has made an art of folding towels in a new […]

In Extremis by Sandro Giordano

Italian photographer Sandro Giordano works on the series ‘IN EXTREMIS – bodies with no regret’, visually manipulating everyday occurrences to create twisted and often hilarious situations depicting people in the moment after a fall. They’re not just silly images – there’s a message about materialism behind them. As Giordoan explains, “Each shot ‘tells’ about worn out […]

Ekaterina Panikanova’s Paintings on Old Books

In her latest series entitled ‘Errata Corrige’, Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova explores the theme of childhood memories, inviting us to discover ourselves by reading behind the lines of our subconscious. Presented at Z2O Galleria during her first solo exhibition in Rome called ‘Un, due, tre, fuoco’, the series is a collection of aesthetic and conceptual works […]

Cute Rescue Animals Recreate ‘Alice In Wonderland’

One Italian animal welfare charity just celebrated its 10th anniversary in the cutest way ever: by staging an “Alice in Wonderland”-themed photoshoot, featuring the laboratory-rescued critters as characters from the cherished story. The idea, hatched from the mind of Attilia Conti, a volunteer at La Collina dei Conigli rescue center, was based upon the revelation that the story […]

Coffee Art

With a background in Children’s books Illustrations, Brazilian Artist Dirceu Veiga has now chosen as to use 100% coffee, no inks or paints, to produce his art.  He also takes bookings for live events, usually in coffee shops, where he creates portraits of the people there.  We have included a time lapse video of Veiga creating […]

Invisible Art

Stefania Rizzelli investigated the food’s bacteria that multiply themselves creating various shapes following their natural instinct . This research is a long project born from the artist microbiological research of every aliment, and it is been express by photographs. “Watching some alimentary bacteria behaviors, I conceived – Stefania explains – the idea of the ‘Invisible Art’. […]

Birds Musicians

A Brazilian artist has created a piece of music from a viral photos of nature, transforming a flock of birds in the notes of a pentagram. The result is fantastic! The birds are the real composers of the song but Jarbas Agnelli is a video maker Brazilian seeing birds on the electric wires had a brilliant […]

Crayons Crayola

The wax crayons are not only for color but can be transformed into small sculptures. The genius is Hoang Tran, carved by hand the tip of crayons obtaining an accuracy almost miniaturist, very detailed sculptures with his favorite subjects are the icons of pop culture, video games, cartoons: as Hello Kitty, Han Solo, the Ninja […]

The Disorienting Beauty of Spiral Staircases by Christian Richter

Christian Richter is a fine art architecture photographer based in the small town of Jeßnitz, Germany. A fan of exploring old, abandoned buildings, Richter has often come across tall spiral staircases that look both beautiful and disorienting when viewed from the very top looking down. These staircases form a photo series of his that is […]

Three Dimensional Animals Painted by Keng Lye

You won’t believe your eyes. The goldfish you see below is a still sculpture, made from cold resin and painted with acrylic paint. The sculpture is made by Singapore-based artist cum magician, Keng Lye, who captures aquatic animals in artistic, lifelike moments, that will truly boggle your mind. Take note that all of the following […]

Thousands of Stickers for Thousands of Kids

This December, in a surprisingly simple yet ridiculously amazing installation for the Queensland Gallery of Modern Ar, artist Yayoi Kusama constructed a large domestic environment, painting every wall, chair, table, piano, and household decoration a brilliant white, effectively serving as a giant white canvas. Over the course of two weeks, the museum’s smallest visitors were […]

Great works of art recreated with food

Russian food photographer Tatiana Shkondina uses food to recreate famous works from some of the art world’s greatest painters, such as Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. Shkondina uses various types of foods to achieve the same styles, colors and textures as the great artistic masters. Just as watermelon, cheese and chocolate become […]

Mr. Guill

Guillaume Cornet aka Mr Guil just started adding his artwork to the S6 community, however, he’s clearly been at his craft for a while. Because he matches large format work with extreme precision and detail, I had a few quick questions for him about the process. Ben: Love the favela pieces. I have to ask – how long are you […]

Pencil Sculptures

Only Jennifer Maestre, an artist based in Massachussetts, creats sculpturesout of pencils. She was inspired by the sea urchins, and she tried to create them with a lot of different material, even with nails! During an interview she explained why: “The spines of the urchin, so dangerous yet beautiful, serve as an explicit warning against […]

Androids or robots?

Chihira Aico is an android communication, presented at the Toshiba booth at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in 2015. The robot is only by saying, “Hello, my name is Chihira Aico. I’m 32 years old, even though, technically, I was born in September of 2014. I am very expressive.” The Robot Company Toshiba are […]

Dreamlike and imaginary scenes by JeeYoung Lee

Within the small confines of her 3 x 6 meter studio in Seoul, JeeYoung Lee‘s imagination is without boundaries. For each of her photographs the artist fills every square inch of space with hand-made props, set pieces, and backdrops and never edits or modifies the image digitally post-shoot. She does so with infinite minutiae and […]

Christoph Niemann’s quirky visual experiments

New York-based artist and illustrator Christoph Niemann sees the world a little differently. You might recognize his covers for the The New Yorker, Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times Magazine, or perhaps one of his Google Doodles or even his I LEGO N.Y. project. As part of his creative practive Niemann sets time aside every […]

The Lord Of The Rings, Sauron and the Cats

Tim Baker and team Superfan Builds, have managed to build a real tribute to the final film “Hobbit”. The team made the cottage of film making to become the real stars her cats, Frodo and Sam, realizing then a scratching post in the guise of Sauron. Everything was done by hand and studied in detail […]

Art and vegan food: the Amalia’s bowl mandalas

Amalia Bussard  is currently a Senior at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. Five years ago she began her “clean eating” journey. By removing unnatural and processed foods from her diet, she was introduced to the wonderful world of super foods. She was inspired by these foods, they were all so beautiful and vibrant […]

The Daily Duty

Given all the big decisions that today’s world leaders often have to struggle with everyday, it can be easy to forget that they’re people too. An Italian artist, Cristina Guggeri, however, hasn’t forgotten though, and she’s out to remind the rest of us with a series of images that humanize some of the world’s most famous leaders. With the […]

Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer

The sculptures and installations of Willy Verginer are estranged and introduce the viewer to a whole new dimension of magic suspension. Verginer develops an original and unique visual language that combines painting with the art of sculpting. Beginning with traditional wood work as it is practiced in his hometown he slowly detached himself from conventional […]

Kenny, the tiger with Down Syndrome

Tigers are fantastic animals and at the same time dangerous but what succeden when man interferes with nature? Kenny is a white tiger that was selected in captivity at a zoo in the United States. Kenny is mentally retarded, has significant physical limitations, and is considered as the first tiger with down syndrome. This is […]

Tadao Cern’s Comfort Zone: Beach Series

While spending the weekend at the seaside, Lithuania-based photographer Tadao Cern started to closely observe the people on the beach. He was so inspired by what he saw he decided to return the following week with a camera. The photo series Comfort Zone is the result. Photographing each sunbather, un-staged, in the same way and from […]

3D printing: Kinematics dress

The tailored suit printing in 3D. “Indeed, in 4D” says the design’s study US Nervous System, which has managed to achieve – within the project Kinematics – a perfect cocktail dress entirely packed with a printer in three dimensions. The Kinematics system provides a way to turn any three-dimensional shape into a flexible structure using […]

Video Games of Glass

Rick Daniels is a self-taught craftsman with a passion for video games. With little experience but with great desire to do has created a collection for all lovers of video games. His works, which incorporate icons of video games, are made of glass. The skill of Rick is such that makes the fine detail and […]

Every David Bowie hairstyle from 1964 to 2014

To celebrate his 68th birthday last week, illustrator Helen Green created an animated gif of every one of David Bowie’s hairstyles from 1964-2014. Both the black and white and color stills of all 29 frames are avaiable as a print through Society6. See more: kottke.org Source: thisiscolossal.com

Beauties from the World

Each country has its own model of beauty and extravagance, sometimes even to ward off suitors too insistent. There is the tradition of the people of the Samburu in northern Kenya. When man finds his chosen woman and she returns, he will have to give her new necklaces of colored beads for aumentarela its beauty […]

Original cup and mug designs

For those of us who are addicted to our morning cups of coffee or tea, enjoying a steaming cup of something delicious in the morning can be a religious experience. If you feel as strongly about coffee or tea as I do, you will probably appreciate these creative cup and mug designs. Source: architecturendesign.net 1 | Happy […]

The Photographer Stuart Holroyd Helps Shelter Dogs Get Adopted With Amazing Portraits

When photographer Stuart Holroyd moved to Cyprus in March 2014, he heard about a woman named Kayte Wilson-Smith who runs a small rescue center for stray, abused, and/or abandoned dogs. It’s called Bay Tree Rescue, is funded entirely by Wilson-Smith’s pension and donations, and houses roughly 60 dogs at any given time. Holroyd wanted to get […]

Play Me, I’m Yours!

Touring internationally since 2008, Play Me, I’m Yours is an artwork by British artist Luke Jerram. Reaching over six million people worldwide – more than 1,300 pianos have already been installed in 45 cities across the globe, from New York to London, bearing the simple instruction ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’. Located in public parks, bus […]

Recycling Old Light Bulbs

When your light bulb stops working, don’t hurry to throw it out – with just a little bit of work, you can give it a new life. There are plenty of creative and fun ways to upcycle this object into many useful things. From vases and candy containers to terrariums and ornaments, the lightbulb’s form lends […]

Wounderland: the strange and disturbing world of Mothmeister

If masks and taxidermy specimens freak you out, then you might want to stay away from Mothmeister. The boyfriend-and-girlfriend team operating under the name Mothmeister created a universe they call Wounderland (a play on “Wonderland,” obviously). Wounderland is where grotesquely-masked humanoids cavort with quasi-lifelike animals in barren settings. Somewhere between circus sideshow performers and post-apocalyptic mutants, the characters in Mothmeister’s photos […]

Sounds to watch

Now you will see the audio frequencies, impossible to see with the naked eye. Nigel Stanford has managed to create a music video in which the sounds come to life through real scientific experiments. To achieve it used a Chladni plate, a water pipe, a cone speaker, the ferrofluid, a plasma lamp, a tube of […]

Traffic Signals

Clet (Clet Abraham) is a French artist who has lived for 18 years in Italy. His specialty is change, reinterpreting them in an ironic and irreverent, the signs of road signs. To create his works does not use paint or varnish but only paper and plastic adhesives. The parking tickets become icons of solidarity, signal […]

3D House for Hermit crabs

The Hermit crabs are used as shell shellfish shells abandoned by other animals or artifacts of wood or plastic. Aki Inomata is a young Japanese designer and artist and she has decided to create structures hollow plastic, made with a 3D printer, depicting famous skyline or other typical buildings. Aki Inomata to work has scanned […]

Giant Things

There are certain things we can only imagine, other that really exist and are sometimes really shocking! More info: Focus.it The house of cards largest in the world? You play three hotels in Macau (China): The Venetian, Sands and the Plaza. The author is Brian Berg and built it in 2010 in 44 days using […]

The graveyard of abandoned cars in Belgium

These images post apocalyptic aren’t a set of a zombie movie. This place exists really and  it is located in Chatillon, Belgium. A row of stationary cars as in traffic is in the forest for more than 70 years. The Chatillon Car Graveyard retains many vehicles owned by the American soldiers who were operating in that region […]

The Parasites have a Museum

This is a real discovery, this museum is unique in the world! It talks about a topic that could create disgust but at the same time is very charming. The Museum of Parasites (Meguro Parasitological Museum) is located in a district near Shibuya, and the name of the museum comes from the River (Meguro-gawa) passing […]

Creative candle designs

Candles might not be the most convenient way to light up your home thanks to the lightbulb, but they are irreplaceable when creating a cozy or intimate atmosphere. Candle design has come a long way, and there are plenty of awesome designs out there to choose from. Check out these creative candle designs! Source: boredpanda.com […]

Alberto Seveso: new underwater heavy metals

Bristol-based illustrator and photographer Alberto Seveso just shared a new collection of underwater ink photographs titled Heavy Metals. Seveso achieves the ethereal forms in his photographs by mixing ink with metallic powders which are then suspended in different fluids. You can see more of his fluid-based photography and illustration in his portfolio. Source: thisiscolossal.com

Glowworm caves

You can find the Waitomo Glowworm Caves  on the North Island of New Zealand. Its name comes from two Maori words: wai, that means water, and tomo, that means hole. These caves became really famous thanks to their population of glowworms (arachnocampa luminosa) that lives only in New Zealand. To survive this kind of glowworm only needs an horizonatal ceiling, where  it can […]

Foodscapes by Carl Warner

Food posts are always a special treat for the eyes, but this selection of Foodscapes by London-based photographer Carl Warner is definitely something different. Yes, that’s right – all of the pictures below are actually created out of fresh foods! Artist uses a wide variety of different ingredients, such as deli meats, fresh fish, fruit, vegetables […]

The 25 Most Popular Street Art Pieces of 2014

With the end of 2014, its time to reveal the 25 most popular street pieces that the readers of StreetArtNews ranked this year. With little to no surprise, Banksy takes the #1 spot with his spy stencil mural that was painted in Cheltenham, home of the UK Government Communications Headquarters. Compared to last year, a lot less of […]

Human pixels

The californian artist Craig Alan can paint eveything with his human pixel, from VIP’s portraits to monuments. He paints a lot of little human figures that he uses to create images. It looks like a overhead photo where a lot of people is gather together to create a beautiful image. Impressive, isn’t it? Take a […]

Body painting transforms humans into animals

Most people use makeup to be seen, but U.S. artist Shannon Holt takes this idea in a different direction, using paint to turn people into canvases for her beautiful and elegant animal paintings. “You hear a song once live — you have that one beautiful experience and then you have the remembrance of it with […]

Animals Cafè

We still speak of Japan, there are a lot of quirks, as there are many places of relaxation for many Japanese. In this article I will list a few, hope you like it! All now associate with Japan to cats and because here come the Neko Cafe or bar where customers can cuddle and play […]

Art History with Playmobiles

Pierre-Adrien Sollier is a French artist who has had a stroke of genius in creating what you see! He or the brilliant idea to create a series of reproductions of paintings, replacing the characters with Playmobiles. There is no why but the result is breathtaking, a marvel of skill and humor. Pierre-Adrien Sollier with a […]

20 Sculptures most creative in the world

A trip around the world in search of the most strange and bizarre sculptures.  1. Winterthur, Switzerland 2. Brussels, Belgium 3. Worclaw, Poland 4. Marseilles, France 5.Adelaide, Australia 6. Klaipeda, Lithuania 7. Philadelphia, USA   8. Budapest, Hungary 9. New York, USA 10. Cayala, Guatemala 11. Melbourne, Australia 12. Texas, USA 13. Prague, Czech Republic 14. […]

JE SUIS CHARLIE

For the freedom of the press and to commemorate the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, we propose some of the most provocatives cartoons.          

War and Peace: political satire illustrations by Anthony Freda

Visual propaganda has been used since history began to promote war and inflame tribal passions. The author, Anthony Freda, makes these images to act as anti-propaganda and hopefully make people question the policy of permanent war and challenge the pretexts that take us into each new, horrific adventure. He decided the skills he have acquired […]

Feathers, Form and Function: New Cut Feather Artwork by Chris Maynardby

Using a small scalpel as his primary tool, artist Chris Maynard carves artwork out of feathers giving them new life on a canvas. “Each feather, though dead and discarded, keeps something of the bird’s essence,” Maynard tells us. Indeed, the colorful and sometimes humorous creations highlight the feather’s beauty but also encourages us to ponder […]

Surreal Paintings inspired by Science, Theories and Facts

Victor Fota is a visual artist from Romania. Born in 1989, he lives and works in Bucharest. He graduated from the department of restoration and conservation of art at the University of Arts in Bucharest in 2012. He is currently a candidate for an MA in the same specialization. He started working on this series of oil paintings, […]

Cat Eyes

Japan, you know is a land of technology and extravagances, one thing certain is that he is always right, drawing manga. The new trend coninvolge Japanese cat owners and to place before the eyes felines other eyes, those of manga !! The result is very funny and will make everyone laugh! It’s called “mounting cat” […]

Cat Lovers

She is Andreanne Lupien and shows her set of photos dedicated to all the “Crazy Cat Lovers” out there! If you are also a deidto cats you would not see it. The series of images honors cat lovers surrounded by their loved ones. Meow. More info: Boredpanda;  Andreanne Lupien

The “Impressionist Experience” by photography

Photographer Richard Forestier collaborated with art director Aurélien Bigot to create a photo project titled “The Impressionist Experience”. The series tries to capture and turn real life into still images. Bigot uses the key characteristics of famous painters: religious pose, nudity, antique drapery, etc. “If we recreate scenes with those elements and shoot them with […]

Amazing photo effects with food by William Kass

William Kass is photographer since 2013. In his atelier/studio, produces authorial works based on Still Life photography. His main work is the series entitled “MINIMIZE”, among others. William Kass works for advertising markets and visual arts.

What lies beneath the water’s surface

This is 34 incredible photos that reveal a glimpse of what lies beneath the water’s surface. You never know what lies below the surface!! Source: www.architecturendesign.net

The fabulous world of Michael

Over 18 months ago, the photographer and designer Michael Alesich started combining his photography and illustration to show the surreal world he get to see inside your head. With friends, family, and models assisting he as well as with a few self-portraits, Michael have had a good chance to show the slightly odd things he see […]