Food Trip – Gourmet Photography by Benoit Levac

Benoit Levac is a culinary photographer based in Montreal, Canada. He enjoys bringing out the rich flavor in life which makes every one of his images is absolutely mouth-watering. Among his customers, Benoit is known for his talent, versatility, discipline, imagination, and attention to detail. Taking a quick snap at your food for FB purposes […]

Fresh – Food Illustrations by Inorama

  Inorama is an art studio based in Russia. Its founders are RAMM and Inna Kuzubova. Inna is an illustrator with more than a  decade of experience under her belt. Also, she bakes delicious pies. RAMM is a designer, illustrator and painter who has been doing what he loves most for well over fifteen years. […]

Melted – Glass Sculptures by Jeff Zimmerman

Jeff Zimmerman was raised by artist parents in Anderson Ranch Arts Center of Colorado. His original dream was to become an anthropologist but found his passion in glass blowing. He studied classical Venetian glassblowing and mastered centuries-old Italian techniques while being apprenticed to master glass blowers. These days, Jeff himself is a master glassblower who […]

Abberant – Images by The Paweł Bajew

Paweł Bajew is an awesome self-taught photographer from Poland whose work relies on ideas and not on the number of megapixels or fancy digital enhancement. Most of the time, he poses for his own shots with home made costumes and paraphernalia. His abstract images entice errant thoughts to flit through the viewer’s mind. Oddly enough, […]

Nature and Art Collision – Conceptual Sculptures by Hubert Duprat

Caddisfly larvae are anything but cute. They wriggle around in river bottoms making cozy cocoons twigs, pebbles, and sediment. Artist Hubert Duprat had a brain wave immediately after learning of the caddisfly larvae habit. What if the critters were surrounded by nothing but gold and precious stones? He hen proceeded to do just that. He […]

The Power of Books – Graphic Design by Mladen Penev

Mladen Penev is an extremely talented graphic designer who is a 31-year-old graphic designer from Bulgaria. His work is an impressive mix of photography, CGI, and digital image manipulation. One of my favorite series of his is his ‘Power of Books” series where the reader is literally enveloped by the open book he reads. The […]

A Close Shave – Paper Blades by Nadeem Haidary

Sorry to disappoint you but Nadeem Haidary’s Paper Razors are fictional products that playfully challenge the notion that paper cuts are evil. Also, disposable razors are not really disposable. Nadeem turned the concept of an ordinary paper cut into something useful. His imaginary product comes in four different colors: red, gray, black, and white. It […]

Nightmares Revisited – Photography by Arthur Tress

Why Arthur Tress would ever want to revisit childhood nightmares is anyone’s guess but that is exactly what he did in the late 1960s and 70s. He called his series Dream Collector and since CGI wasn’t a thing back then, all the effects in his photos were created the old-fashioned way. Thatfact that theseimages were […]

Skewered – Installations by Aakash Nihalani

“Landline” is one of  Aakash Nihalani’s latest series featuring people skewered by colorful geometric shapes. No actual skewering went on in the course of the series. The neon tape was cleverly positioned to make it look like they’re going through the models. Aakash is pretty well-known for his observational street art and Landline is another […]

Realistic Glass Paperweights by Paul Joseph Stankard

Paul Joseph Stankard is the brilliant artist behind these floral glass paperweights. He is a pioneer of the studio-glass movement and considered by many as the father of modern glass paperweights. He started out as a glassblower, creating specialized glass instruments for chemical laboratories. He made glass paperweights on the side to support his growing […]

Cranio Nacre – Sculptures by Gregory Raymond Halili

Gregory Raymond Halili was born and raised in the lush and tropical country of the Philippines. His family moved to the USA in the late 80s when he was in his teens. Gregory earned his B.F.A. from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. One of his most recent series feature skulls delicately carved into […]

Faceless – Photography by Evelyn Bencicova

Evelyn Bencicova is a Berlin-based artist famous for her somber-hued photographs. She uses the human figure as a sculptural tool instead of an individual. Most of her images present flat, grey-tinged lighting that enhances the subject instead of retracting from it. According to one website: “The way Bencicova hides the faces of her models from […]

Life-Sized Scrap Metal Sculptures by John Lopez

John Lopez is a bronze sculptor from South Dakota who created these life-sized animal sculptures with an attitude. John’s artistic vision gave life to this hodgepodge of scrap metal. He has built a triceratops, a Texas longhorn, a deer head, a bear, a stately bison, and quite a few horses. He has a plow-horse (complete […]

A Little Bit Lost – Images by Benjamin Heath

Benjamin Heath is the kind of guy who enjoys getting a little lost. As an avid photographer, getting lost is a good thing, as it offers you opportunities to capture moments you otherwise would not have come across had you stayed on the right path. Benjamin’s landscapes are awesome but his portraits are even better. […]

Dog Breath Photography by Kaylee Greer

Kaylee Greer is the founder and owner of Dog Breath Photography. True to its name, the studio specializes in creating memorable images of you and your beloved pooch. Unlike other photography studious, Kaylee will go to great lengths to capture the best possible image of your furry best friend, one that highlights their innate cuteness. […]

Behind Bars – Illustrations by Celia Krampien

  Celia Krampien is a freelanceillustrator currently based in Ontario, Canada. Her work is a comforting combination of precise linework, subtle textures, and a bright color palette. Celia loves to draw anything to do with plants and often work them into her digital illustrations. What I love about her work is the simplicity. But the […]

Outbreak – Delicate Paper Sculptures by Rogan Brown

Rogan Brown describes his latest series Outbreak as an exploration of the microbiological sublime. The series took him four months to make as each interconnected paper sculpture was painstakingly cut by hand. Although based on the microbes, cells, pathogens, and neurons; Outbreak is a re-imagined version of these microscopic entities. Rogan said: “I am inspired […]

A Week’s Worth – Environmental Photography by Gregg Segal

Wasteful is a god adjective as any to describe the habits of the average America. According to studies the average Joe generates around four pounds of garbage a day. Gregg Segal is a Californian photographer who wanted to put things in perspective with his series “7 Days of Garbage”. The series features shots of families, […]

Mimicked Murmurations – Conceptual Art by Alain Delorme

  Murmurations are synchronized movement of flocks of birds, usually starlings. The patterns they create are beautiful and fleeting. Alain Delorme is the artist behind these recreations of starling murmurations. His murmurations are made up of meticulously arranged plastic bags instead of birds but the essence of the patterns are the same. He said: “The […]

Asylum – Photography by Jeremy Harris

American Asylums is a series by photographer Jeremy Harris which delves into the heart of abandoned mental institutions across the East Coast and New England. The asylums are in a state of decay, having been closed, abandoned, and forgotten a long time ago. Some images are a little creepy and I can’t help but think […]

Fresh from the Ground – BlackChocolateCo

I’m pretty sure Dr. Hanibel Lecter will be pretty delighted by these sinful desserts by BlackChocolateCo. Handmade from the finest Belgian chocolate, these life-sized, anatomically correct skulls are a fitting choice for the doctor’s table. They even come in different flavors: dark chocolate, caramel chocolate, milk chocolate, and chilli chocolate. BlackChocolateCo is a UK-based chocolatier […]

If Slogans Were Honest – Re-Imagined Slogans by Clif Dickens

Clif Dickens’ re-imagined brand slogans is a fun tongue-in-cheek jibe at some of the biggest brands on the market today. The grain (more of a boulder, really) of truth in his words will definitely make anyone smile. As they say in the business: There’s no such thing as bad publicity. People get a good laugh, […]

Anti Gravity – Automobile Sculptures by Gerry Judah

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is an annual festival held in Sussex to celebrate iconic car models. Sculptor Gerry Judah is the perennial picked to erect a sculpture in honor of the event. He has created sculptures for Porsche, Jaguar, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Rolls-Royce, Alfa Romeo, Renault, and Ford. His huge structures are always the central attraction of […]

Russian Salt Mines – Daring Photography by Mikhail Mishainik

When you stare too long at the walls of Russian salt mines, after a while, they start to stare right back at you. Daredevil photographer Mikhail Mishainikfound this out the hard way when he went to an abandoned salt mine 650-feet below the city of Yekaterinburg in Russia. He has spent over twenty hours exploring […]

Symmetrical Beehives – Sculptural Concepts by Ren Ri

Ren Ri is a Beijing-based beekeeper and artist. An odd combination to be sure, but Ren’s crossover from beekeeper to artist works. His creations are bee-based as well as bee-built. Ren is the one responsible for the concept, while the bees are responsible for the structure. His first bee-inspired series was entitled  Yuansu I: The […]