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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 […]

Chinatown

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Photos Depicting Toddlers as Seniors by Zachary Scott

A series of photographs by Zachary Scott depicts toddlers as seniors. Scott and his team used makeup, prosthetics, and photo manipulation to create the effect. The series was done for a New York Times feature on the topic of reverse aging and the connection between the mind and the body.       Source: www.laughingsquid.com