LED Cathedral for 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium

If you think church is only about the preacher or priest and its attendees, Luminaria De Cagna claimed otherwise in the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. Giving a light feeling, the amazing LED Cathedral lighted up the Belfortstraat city featuring Romanesque crossmatched with bright rainbow colors, anyone would be convinced to visit and will […]

Creative Lip Photography by Nikos Vasilakis

Lips can actually have that enticing character apart from any other part of the face, which can offer either a paragraph of a story or a thousand words in each shot. This is probably being the reason Nikos Vasilakis chose it as a subject in one of his portfolios. With these models getting dolled up […]

The Best of Asian Pictorialism by Don Hong-Oai

Don Hong-Oai was born in China and lived most of his life in Vietnam. He is one of the world best in Asian pictorialism, he is also one of the last. He refined his technique under the gentle tutelage of Long Chin-San, one of the best known practitioners of Asian pictorialism. Realism is not the […]

Stunning Infrared Photgraphs by Maria Netsounski

Maria Netsounski is a portrait, landscape, and city photographer who is slowly getting international attention through her mesmerizing infrared photographs. She is currently based in the Netherlands.With the help of infrared technology, Netsounski transforms tropical locations into a winter wonderland. Taking an infrared photograph is no easy feat. Infrared photographs require special filters and film, […]

Disney Characters from Jirka Väätäinen’s Point of View

Cuteness is a prerequisite to being a cartoon character, ergo, they look nothing like real people. The eyes are always disproportionately big. Several other features may be exaggerated as well. Jirka Väätäinen, a Finnish artist, got tired of them looking too…well, cartoonish. So he went out and did what any self-respecting artist should do. He made […]

Extraordinary Whiteboard Art by Bill Taylor

Bill Taylor is a Data Manager by profession, artist at heart. Each day he devotes at least 2-5 minutes sketching on his whiteboard with his personal supply of dry erase markers. Each of his pieces take around six weeks to finish. He keeps them around for a few more days before starting on a new […]

Newspaper Sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou’s newspaper sculptures are inspired by the death of the printed word. His sculptures are products of their environment —both literally and figuratively. As often as he can, he uses local newspapers to add authenticity, and the form the sculpture takes is a reflection of the personal connection he feels to that particular city. […]

Welded Steel Sculptures by Jang Yong Sun

Sculptures from way back are made of stone, but nowadays, almost anything can be used to make one. Anyone can be creative with whichever material they possess, but without talent and patience, only a few like Jang Yong Sun can come up with sculptures such as those made from welded organic steel. He carefully shaped […]

Curiously Shaped Sculptures by Adam Martinakis

Some artists can take expressive art to an almost surreal level. Adam Martinakis is one of them. With 3d digital renders of sculptures with a somewhat disturbing yet subtle feel. Each piece definitely creates a mysterious story that is left to the viewer’s level of creativity in imagination. There is such an odd force of […]

The Moment of Impact by Martin Klimas

Martin Klimas is a noted German photographer whose works are noted for capturing unconventional snapshots of everyday objects in motion. He loves to capture the moment of impact. Martin works by trail and error and keeps on tossing objects to the floor until he finds an image that is truly showing him something new. He […]