Booktography

Booktography is fast becoming a viral fad all over the web. The best ones are those which seamlessly integrates the book’s cover with the live person. A dead person may also be used for the purposes of this meme but that’s rather macabre. Much like photobombs, and jumping-in-the-air photos; the originator of this concept is […]

Gamers’ Game Faces by Timothy Saccenti

Gamers are a breed apart. Timothy Saccenti did a great job capturing their game faces when Sony commissioned him for their ad campaign for Sony PlayStation 3. Every grin of triumph, frown of frustration, and grimace of anger was perfectly captured. The mood lighting and the contrast is simply wonderful and highlights the emotions of […]

Kids and Coffin Nails by Frieke Janssens

Inspired by the YouTube video showing a chain-smoking Indonesian toddler, Belgian photographer Frieke Janssens decided to create a series highlighting the seemingly contradictory concept of a child smoking. Her series entitled ‘Smoking Kids’ garnered quite a controversy when it came out. But don’t worry, no cigarettes were harmed in the making of this series. Chalk, […]

Turning Childish Dreams Into Reality – Wonderland by Yeondoo Jung

Yeondoo Jung is a young, creative, and resourceful Koreean photographer who turned childish whimsies into reality. In his one-of-a-kind series “Wonderland”, Jung took crayon drawings made by 5-7-year olds and carefully reproduced them. The sets, made entirely by hand are impressive enough by themselves. It is the novel concept behind “Wonderland” that few mainstream photographers […]

Human Metamorphosis by Jonathan Ducruix

Jonathan Ducruix is a Lyon-based digital artist who goes by the pseudonym Me&Edward. For him, photography is not an end but merely a source, a potential for creation. He is fascinated by people’s existence and of their emotions captured in a snapshot. In his “Metamorphosis” series, people are grotesquely altered in such a way to […]

Animals Hair Sculptures by Nagi Noda

Nagi Noda is a Japanese artist, designer, and director. She is the one behind the fantastic “Sentimental Journey” clip for Japanese pop star Yuki. She also created Hanpanda, the half panda, half other beast who appeared in her art exhibits and was also part of a collaboration with L.A./N.Y. fashion brand Libertine. One of her most enduring, […]

Colorful Closet Graffiti by French Artist DeckTwo

Graffiti may, in general, be described as consistently chaotic. These closet graffiti are no exception. The work of a mysterious graphic graffiti artist from France known only as DeckTwo, these closets were given a very thorough going-over with spray paint. The over-all effect might lead some to sensory overload, but after a while, the viewer […]

Comic Illustrations by Liam Brazier

Liam Brazier is a young and extremely talented freelance illustrator and animator who is currently based in the UK. He is most well known for his colorful and geometrically illustrated comic book heroes. He also does a bit of humorous cartoonish drawings on the side. His work has been displayed at the Museum of London, London […]