2.7 Meter Wide, 27 Meter Long House in Japan

This is quite the unique home. A family residence in the Shiga prefecture in Japan measures 88.5 feet long by only 8.9 feet wide for a total of just under 800 square feet in living space. Named the “Promenade House,” it was designed by FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects for a young couple with a daughter. The […]

11 Images of the Alps Like You’ve Never Seen

Lukas Furlan is a landscape who has traveled the world. In the summer of 2015, he traveled through various parts of the Alps, and just recently shared some of his images on Behance. The Alpine region has a strong culture of farming, cheesemaking, and woodworking, and is the highest and most extensive mountain range that […]

27 Stunning Perspective Photography Shots You Have to See

Many beginning photographers think they need lots of expensive equipment or exotic locations to capture an interesting shot, but nothing could be farther from the truth. Perspective photography can be used to turn an ordinary, everyday scene into a surreal, wacky, or even artful image. The photographers featured below all found ways to play with […]

How To Make Darth Vader in Origami

Tadashi Mori, a professional origami artist, has created something pretty cool. In a recent post, he shows how to make an origami Darth Vader, step by step. If you’d like to make your own, check out the YouTube video below to make it happen! May the Force be with you on all your future origami […]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens meets Calvin and Hobbes [SPOILER ALERT]

Walt Disney Studios and Marvel Comics artist Brian Kesinger has been drawing comic panels of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in the style of Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson, and they simply melt our heart. “Bill Watterson has been one of my biggest artistic influences so it was a fun opportunity to combine two of […]

Femme Fatale Armies by Jen Ray

Born in Raleigh, North Carolina, artist Jen Ray redefines the female and male dynamics in her creations. With vivid watercolors and mystical characters, Jen translates aunique and powerful union of the male and female form. Although her art is mostly seen as “Femme Fatale” as most of the leads in her works are females, Jen […]

15 Famous Company Logos with Hidden Meanings

Sometimes, art is used to influence individuals on a subconscious level. This is a tactic often used in advertising, and embedding subliminal messages have been used in campaigns by Pepsi, to Palmolive. Company logos, however, sometimes tell a cleaner, more honest story. Take a look at a few of the below well-known logos, and see […]

Incredible Calabash Handmade Lamps by Calabarte

Within six years of time, the mysteriously sounding word “Calabarte" has become well known among handicraftsmen and artisans around the globe. Although the calabash – the name of the fruit Calabarte is derived from – originally comes from exotic countries, the artist who has taken the ancient craft of gourd-carving to the next level lives […]

All Good Things Require Risks By Noel Shiveley and Alex McDonell

If you’re too scared to make the big step towards your dream, motivation might be something you need. Fortunately, our next feature can help you with that. A collaboration between letterer Noel Shiveley and photographer Alex McDonell, “All Good Thing Require Risks” is a fusion of lettering and photography depicting just the little push you […]

The Beautiful Women of Stella Im Hultberg

Korean artist Stella Im Hultbergis known for her flamboyant and whimsical paintings of women. Her works, which are mostly portraits of women, displays the finesse of a female form. Soft flowy hair, smooth skin and big piercing eyes are the some of the few things that sets her creations apart. Hultberg studied Industrial Design in […]

Beauty Defined – Honest Portraits by Neringa Rekašiūtė

Neringa Rekašiūtė is the daring Lithuanian photographer who is behind these captivating black and white portraits of women. WE.WOMEN is actually a social project launched by actress and TV hostess Beata Tiškevič, communications specialist Modesta Kairytė, and Neringa Rekašiūtė to inspire women to accept and love their bodies as they are. It is also a form of protest against […]

The Atlas of Beautiful Women by Noroc Mihaela

Romanian photographer Noroc Mihaela is out to prove that beauty is everywhere and around the world. Her project titled “The Atlas of Beauty” seeks to capture the diverse beauty of women in different countries and cultures. Two years ago, Mihaela left her job and took her camera and backpack to travel from every country with […]

Porcelain Creatures by Sophie Woodrow

British artist Sophie Woodrow creates beautifully bizarre porcelain sculptures. These ethereal human and animal forms are created with her own hands with delicate precision. Mysterious and mind-blowing at the same time, the characters possess a lively glow and almost human. Each piece is hand-built, involving coiling, incising and impressing to create a delicately textured surface. According […]

The Colorful and Fun World of Charmaine Olivia

The works of San Francisco-based artist Charmaine Olivia are a breath of fresh air and a burst of color. Charmaine paints stunningly beautiful women with vibrant colors and strong emotions in oil and acrylic. A model herself, Charmaine paints the beauty and sensuality that comes with the female form. Her characters of perfect silhouettes, pouty lips, […]

Watermelon Food Sculptures by Clive Copper

We often see the sculpting of wood and ice. From our streets to our work places, they are very readily found. However, food sculptures, let alone fruit sculptures, is really something worth noting. For example Clive Cooper’s watermelon sculptures of different creatures and characters. This Canadian artist does not go to the market and buy watermelons to […]

Insane Animal Illustrations by Lauren Marx

Illustrator Lauren Marx has always been passionate about animals. Ever since she was little, she has been fascinated by them and they are her subject of choice whenever she would draw. She has spent a lot of her time in the Saint Louis Zoo in Missouri, and watching National Geographic Channel’s Mutual of Omaha which […]

Reuben Wu Photographs Uncommon Places

Reuben Wu wears several hats: director, producer and photographer. For this project, he wears his traveler/photographer hat as he captures the marvelous landscapes and images of uncommon places. Considering this as his personal project, Reuben aims to connect and convey his feelings with landscapes and artifacts, while capturing images of unfamiliar terrain. His snaps are mostly […]

French Artist Thomas Lamadieu Sketches in the Sky

French artist Thomas Lamadieu turns your world upside down when you look up to the sky. This innovative creator turns images of buildings and skyscapes into funny and creative characters with his doodles. From bearded men with paint brushes and cats to pirates in waiting, Lamadieu changes the way we look up in the sky […]

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