Beautiful Rainy Pictures by Ed Gordeev

When the rain pours, there’s something quite sad about it but also beautiful. The gloomy air and cold winds present a saddening vibe. However, in these series of photos by professional photographer Ed Gordeev, he takes rainy pictures to a whole new level. Conveying the beauty and solitude that comes with the pouring rain in the […]

Urban Dance by Dimitry Rouland

Dancing is one of the most graceful forms of art. And when this art mixes with photography, the possibilities are endless. Photographer Dimitry Rouland captures dancers, gymnasts and ballerinas in their most graceful form with urban cities as backdrops. The result? A breathtaking urban dance shot. The 22-year old photographer captures the intensity of grace […]

A Sweet Tooth’s Delight: World’s Largest Candy Art Carpet

To celebrate the first anniversary of Chengdu IFS, design duo Craig and Karl put up a 185 x 7 meters long candy art carpet to celebrate “Sweet as One” right in front of the luxury and flagship retail building in Chengdu, China. The longest candy  carpet in the world took 2,000 volunteers and 5 days […]

Interactive Funny Illustrations by Alex Solis

Chicago-based illustrator Alex Solis fights with his illustrated characters with his bare hands . Don’t believe us? See the interactive funny illustrations below, as Alex moves his fingers with his characters, who are drawn to react to their creator’s antics. You can see his characters react to a burning lighter, their creator stretching their clothes or […]

Photos That Make You Feel Small – Jakub Polomski’s Scale Of Nature

Avid mountaineer and photographer Jakub Polomski loves adventuring, especially in the mountains. So in one of his treks to the Alps in France and Switzerland, he decided to capture the beauty of the mountains and the scale of things we rarely see everyday. Titled Scale of Nature, Jakub’s series of photographs shows how small humans […]

Artist Shows the Dangers of Water Pollution in a Single Thread

Artist and art professor Bethany Taylor shows the truth behind the growing water pollution and its effects to the environment using one single thread. This wall art forms different sea creatures and organisms as one thread is used to create it. Here you can see where the thread starts and where it ends as it […]

Twisty Wood Sculptures by Xavier Puente Vilardell

Xavier Puente Vilardell is the artist who is responsible for these awesomely twisted wood sculptures. His pieces feature spirals, twists, and seemingly-impossible curves. What’s impressive about his pieces is that they’re hand-carved out of a single piece of hardwood. Xavier prefers using pine for his sculptures, but utilizes other fine-grained hardwoods as well. Carving, regardless of the […]

A Different Kind of Fairy Tale – Disney Characters by Rodolfo Loaiza

Have you always loved the fairy tales of Disney? Yes? Well, prepare to have your world turned upside down. Visual artist Rodolfo Loaiza shatters fairy tale fantasies by pairing your favorite Disney characters with some of horror’s most iconic characters in one sick image. Here we see Snow White with Jason of Friday the 13th, Freddy […]

Fashion Art Illustrator Shows off Her Deck of Cards

California-based artist Connie Lim created a series of Card Deck with her fashion art hand-drawn illustrations. According to Connie, the primary goal is to convey her feelings and thoughts through art that is accessible, personal and shareable and relatable. Her creations are mostly centered on women and fashion with their fluid hand gestures, fierce facade […]

Fierce Fashion Illustrations by Hayden Williams

British fashion illustrator Hayden Williams has been taking the fashion industry by storm one drawing at a time. His fashion illustrations were first recognized on his Tumblr blog, when he started posting his fierce ladies in full-on fashion couture. He has been drawing most of his life and has illustrated many popular artists and celebrities such […]

Dark City by Francesco Romoli

Italian photographer Francesco Romoli  combines two series — Possible Worlds, and Reality Show — with his project Dark City. This project combines different techniques starting from analogue, Polaroid, digital, and photo manipulation. The models are purely wood and are shown in different scenarios. Photo manipulations are used to mirror them as a reality and at […]

Minimalistic Paper Craft by Holger Hoffmann

Berlin-based paper craft artist Holger Hoffmann used the power of simplicity and polygons to create Papertrophy, a collection of unique paper art of animals perfect to spruce up your home. From elephants to gorillas, Papertrophy showcases a modern design, but one that is very simple. The materials used are purely paper and glue, yet it the […]

Geometrix by Daniel Hanifan

Best known for his over sized paintings, Daniel Hanifan is a contemporary artist from the United States. His largest work to date spans 26 feet by 7 feet. His works are big, bold and beautiful with contrasting colors that seemingly blend well with each other. In this collection called Geometrix, Daniel creates powerful and bold shapes […]

Yoyo The Ricecorpse Takes Her Cute Cartoon Characters to the Streets

An illustrator who goes by the name Yoyo The Ricecorpse, goes around in the city streets and interacts with adorable and cute cartoon characters made by her. She is seen touching, eating, running or playing with these cutesy characters in a normal day somewhere in London. This is not her first street art project, either. She once […]

Show Your Valentines Day Love with Hiphop Style

If you’re not the traditional chocolates and flowers guy during Valentines Day, here’s a cooler and way to express your love to your boo. Made by artist Diamond Donatello Gates, these hip hop Valentine cards are every swagger’s dream gift. Express your love like Beyonce, Jay-Z, Kanye, 50 Cent and Drake with their most famous […]

The Beautiful Extreme by Chris Burkard

Photographer Chris Burkard takes us to the beautiful extreme in one go. His snapshots capture the essence of his adventures in the ocean and on the land. Based in California, Chris shows the essence of enjoying nature in a variety of ways through his photos. An advocate of preserving nature, one of Chris’ aspirations is to […]

Masters of Disguise by Graham McGeorge

Going deep into a wild and natural environment is a thrilling experience, and can also be a surprise. Just ask photographer Graham McGeorge about his travels through the Okefenokee Swamp in Southern Georgia. In his award-winning series of photos titled “Masters of Disguise,” Graham captures rare moments of owls perched in broad daylight (for those of you who don’t know, owls are […]

When Food and Art Collide

Food stylist Anna Keville Joyce combines her talent for styling food, and her love of art to create an intricate illustration made out of edible ingredients. Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Anna came about this project after two losses in her life happened at near the same time: a relationship, and a pet bird named Budgie. The creations […]

Realistic Oil Paintings by Tigran Tsitoghdzyan

Put your hands together for Tigran Tsitoghdzyan’s (can you spell/pronounce that?) series of hyper realistic paintings titled “Mirrors.” The Armenian artist started painting at the tender age of 5, and since then he has never stopped. The result of finding what he truly loves early on in life has allowed him to hone his skill and […]

Wild Things in the Wild by k2man

The Argentinian artist who goes by the pseudonym k2man* breathes life into her characters with these series of illustrations and photographs. These creatures are shown wandering off into jungles and forests, seemingly living a life of their own. In some photos, they are seen mingling with people, too. It’s an altogether different expression of her craft as […]

The Perfect Dreamy Bedroom by Bogi Fabian

European artist Bogi Fabian creates dreamlike spaces and atmospheres through painting. For those who’ve always wanted to have a room that’s incredibly unique, take a cue from Bogi’s designs. The atmosphere she creates can be experienced both at night and in the morning, without needing light from the sun. Furthermore, her aim is to provide each room with its […]

Photographer Takes Photos of Stray Dogs for Adoption

Here at Pondly, we’re currently really into this guy. Photographer Stuart Holroyd uses his skill in taking amazing photos to help homeless dogs get adopted. Talk about someone using his talents for the greater good. Stuart named the series of photos “The Bay Tree Rescue Project,” and it is now in the process of being […]

Intricate City Illustrations by Guillaume Cornet

Guillaume Cornet, also known as “Mr Guil,” is a painter and illustrator who spends 150 hours working on just one piece. His strategy is to work his way from the bottom of the paper to the top, similar to how a printer works. The result? An amazing and very detailed illustration that depicts a world of its […]

Gilbert Legrand Turns Mundane Stuff into Works of Art

French artist Gilbert Legrand is a man that can transform things of daily life into works of art. Take for example his series of sculptures of mundane things exhibiting new personas, such as a brush turned into a lion, a hanger turned rat in sneakers, and a faucet turned running woman. Gilbert’s works represent the […]