A Love Story by Elovich

It’s never easy being in love, harder still when you’re telling your story while lying on the floor. In this captivating and funny series by Ukrainian photographer Elovich, we see two people meet, fall in love, fall apart, and get on with their lives. The plot may be run-of-the mill, but it is how Elovich […]

Audrey Kawasaki’s One-of-a-Kind Wood Panel Paintings

While most painters smear oil paint on canvas, Audrey Kawasaki chose a different medium. Almost all of her work are done on wood panels, giving her paintings a textured look. At times, the wood’s grain itself lends the painting a certain authenticity. Audrey also uses graphite along with oil paint to create her paintings. Her […]

Cutting Edge Digital Art by Michael Oswald

Canvas, oil paint, watercolor, paper, pen, and ink may never go out of style; but a new generation of artists raised in the digital age could certainly hold their own against the artists of old. Anybody with a PC can tinker with a digital image. On the other hand, digitally manipulating photos to such a […]

Gijs & Van Vaerenbergh’s Reading Between the Lines

Last year, two up-and-coming Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh started their architectural collaboration that was to grace the countryside of Borgloon in Limburg, Belgium. The design of the church was based on the local church and consists of 30 tons of steel and 2000 columns. According to their website, the church they […]

Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba

A tree doesn’t have to be a few meters tall before you could consider building a tree house in it. Takanori Aiba conquers the possibilities of how small a tree should be for putting a house with it. These bonsai tree houses have been sculpted and formed with such elegance and detail one must have […]

Hands-Free Paintings by Huang Guofu

Artistically gifted people can create beautiful art, no matter what. Chinese artist Huang Guofu proves the point. He lost both his arms at the age of four due to an electrical accident. Undeterred by his handicap, he started painting with his feet to support his sick father when he was twelve years old. Later he […]

Negative Space and Famous Figures by Noma Bar

“Guess who?” That is the mini-game Noma Bar seemed to want to portray in his somehow themed designs on the concept of negative space. Famous figures have been minimalized into a few specks of relative objects here and there, thereby creating icons which prove to the viewer that yes, these people are actually prominent enough […]

National Flags With A Twist

The Crave Sydney International Food Festival is a much-anticipated annual event in Australia. Last year, they hired WHYBIN; a topnotch advertising agency. They came up with the idea of creating food flags. Since making a flag out of food was deemed too easy, they upped the ante by making food flags with specific types of […]

Vinyl Hookups by Voices of East Anglia

Valentines’ Day might be over but it isn’t too late for some matchmaking! This time, it’s going to be done with the use of vintage album covers. Voices of East Anglia showed that creativity can be well-played through these records to actually provoke a subtle laugh or nudge that upward curve in the lips of […]

Delicious Photographs by Alena Nikiforova

Milk, juice, and water are just some of the liquids that talented photographer Alena Nikiforova uses on her female subjects. These sensually daring photos are just some of many in her impressive portfolio. I love the way she captures the splash of the liquid on her subject’s bodies, as well as the innovative way she […]