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Believe – Creative Photography by Holly Spring

Pin It Holly Spring is a mother first and a photographer second. Her daughter, Violet, was born with Hirschsprung’s Disease and no left hand. Her left arm ends midway down her wrist. Inspired by these challenges, Holly created a series of images with Violet as the subject to teach her daughter that there are no […]

Human Canvas – Gesine Marwedel

Pin It Gesine Marwedel is a brilliant German body painter whose creations are like nothing else out there. She can either emphasize the human form or eliminate it all together to bring out her design. Her living canvasses are often positioned in a variety of graceful poses to accentuate the design. Most of her work […]

Moving Pencil Illustrations by David Chong

Pin It David Chong is a Singapore-based artist whose pencil and ink illustrations are fast gaining a following on the internet. Davis is self taught and what started as an idle hobby soon grew to be an abiding passion in illustration. He started off with realistic pencil and pen portraits and has recently ventured into […]

Realistic Handmade Stuffed Animals by Lee Cross

Pin It Lee Cross, otherwise known as Wood Splitter Lee, is a talented sculptor from Alaska who has elevated the craft of creating stuffed animals into fine art. Her creations are not only adorable, they’re also incredibly realistic. Lee starts with a skeleton (nope, the plastic kind, not bone) which she then wraps in stuffing […]

Greek God Graffiti by Pichi & Avo

Pin It Internationally renowned graffiti duo Pichi & Avo were invited over to Werchter, Belgium to create a a massive, site-specific installation for the North West Walls Street Art Festival. The installation consisted of stacked up container crates upon which the artistsweregiven free reign to exercise their creativity. The result featured their trademark signature of […]

Trippy Photography by Sarah Schoenfeld

Pin It Those aren’t magnified mineral samples you’re looking at up there. Sarah Schoenfeld, a German photographer and artist, had the bright idea to produce shoot drugs. She put a drop of different drugs (both legal and illegal) onto some pre-exposed negative film before subjecting the said film to the normal photographic processes. The chemical […]

Awesome Nature Photos by NOT William T. Hornaday

Pin It William T. Hornaday was a celebrated American zoologist, taxidermist, conservationist, and author. After deacades of dedicating his life to science and nature, he died in 1937. There has been a recent slew of pictures from an anonymous Flickr user who is definitely NOT William T. Hornaday. Nevertheless, the awesomeness of his/her animal portraits […]

Wings – Embroidered Creations by Yumi Okita

Pin It Yumi Okita is the artist responsible for these exquisitely crafted members of the Lepidoptera family. She uses a wide variety of textiles and embroidery techniques to achieve a realistic feel. Most of her work is on a large scale with some specimens measuring almost a foot from wingtip to wingtip. She also crafts […]