Striking Top Seaside View by Bernhard Lang

Germany-based professional photographer Bernhard Lang takes his audience for a spin to the top as he photographs aerial views in the seaside resorts of Italy. The result is a colorful and almost uniform image that looks as if it had been directed from the start. Bernahard’s photos are reminiscent of Katrin Korfmann’s photo series, which we […]

What Do Animals Eat by Sarah DeRemer

If we were to turn into what we eat, we’d probably be pizza and pasta (maybe Jalapeno Cheetos, in my case). In this new series by artist and photographer Sarah DeRemer, Sarah takes on another series of hybrid animal images (we’ve featured her here before). This time around, Sarah mixes the predators with their prey. Such incarnations are […]

The Long and Lonely Roads by Andy Lee

Andy Lee continues to see the world and share his perception with his new series of photographs titled “Roads.” In this new series, Andy captures the images of the different roads in his travels, most notable is the one in Belfast where Game of Thrones’ King’s Road was shot. The photos depict the roads as […]

Back to Pixels by Ercan Akkaya

What will happen if you take your favorite superheroes back to basics? For Turkish graphic artist Ercan Akkaya, superheroes stripped of their fancy details are just pixels and colors. The designs are good way to play guessing games with your family and friends. Take a look at the pixels below and try to name every single […]

Fun Photos of Sisters by Creative Dad

What started out at as a blog to help keep in touch with granny turned out to be more than that. Photographer Jason Lee put up a website and added photos of his daughters  Kristin (8) and Kayla (5), so that his mother could see her grandchildren without traveling. The kids were always sick, thus […]

Game of Low-Poly by Mordi Levi

As the new season approaches, thousands of fan art for Game of Thrones will likely surface the internet. One of the top fan artists that has been circulating is Mordi Levi’s Low-Poly images. Low Poly is polygon mesh technique which was originally used for making 3D models and scenes for video gamesand digital movie effects. Mordi Levi uses this […]

How to Get Over a Heartbreak by Rafael Mantesso

How do you move on from a heartbreak? Some go on a trip, waste their nights away at a bar, or cry themselves to sleep. But not Brazilian artist Rafael Mantesso. When he and his ex-wife decided to call it quits and divorced, Rafael was left with only an empty white house and a bull terrier […]

Big Hero Six designer combines characters with My Neighbor Totoro

Probably one of the Disney’s latest hits in late 2014 was Big Hero Six. It’s really cute to see a huge inflatable move and do stuff like Baymax. Recently though, Big Hero Six’s creator: Jin Kim, blew up the Twitterverse with an illustration combining Big Hero Six characters with one of Japan’s most-loved anime: My […]

Marrying Art and Food by Jeremy & Gabrielle

Sydney-based designers Jeremy & Gabrielle take their love for both art and food with the Art of Sandwiches, a series of prints that shows mouth-watering sandwiches posters in various art movements. Four of these movements were depicted in the series: Abstract, Cubism, Minimalism and Psychedelic. These designs can be used for room posters (perfect for […]

Footballers in Full Color by Asja Jung

Painter Asja Jung gives a new take on portraying sports celebrities and giving it her own flair. In her series of works titled “Neighbors,” NFL players are shown in traditional football movies such as mid-air tackles, scrimmages, and high catches but had the added flair of vibrant and striking colors. Asja marries craftsmanship and sportsmanship […]

Insect Art by Chris Brand and Evan Skrederstu

People normally hate creepy crawlers such as insects and roaches. Most of the time these little creatures are sent to oblivion at a swat of a slipper. But all is different for these two insect-loving artists Chris Brand and Evan Skrederstu. While painting mural in Los Angeles a decade ago, they accidentally sprayed color to some […]

The Perfect Unexpected Moments by Tao Liu

Amateur photographer Tao Liu became an overnight sensation for his photos in China. Tao’s photographs depict humor and fun on China’s issues such as commercialism and urban expansion. His photos are a good example of capturing the perfect moment at the right places. From comparing kids on strollers and elderly on strollers, to a dog’s […]

You Are What You Eat by Alejo Malia

Ever heard of the saying “You are what you eat?” Spanish illustrator and graphic designer Alejo Malia takes it to heart and literally with his new designs that depicts food in different forms. Alejo shows culinary favorites such as donuts, pancakes, waffles and sushi. Also included are favorite sweets such as cookies and strawberry creams […]

Tattooed Porcelain Dolls by Jessica Harrison

Scotland-based artist Jessica Harrison makes a different take on your grandmother’s porcelain dolls. The dolls have their staple grace and beauty, but Jessica adds an edgy style to it with sailor tattoos covering their arms and necks. She studied sculpture in the Edinburgh College of Arts and one of her focus in her works is […]

Ancient Trees Photography by Beth Moon

Photographer Beth Moon has spent 14 years traveling and searching for ancient trees to photograph. Here, she showcases the beauty and majesty of trees that might be as old as our ancestors or even beyond. Based in San Francisco, Beth believes these trees have a greater significance in reminding people, especially today, that the focus […]

Adventures of a Sleeping Baby by Stephanie Er

New mother Stephanie Er photographs her newborn baby Ara in the most adorable way. What mother wouldn’t? But it’s interesting how Stephanie does it because she takes shots while baby Ara is asleep! From outer space to having tea with a lion, baby Ara is seen in different ways as her mother uses household products […]

First Ever Underwater City Gets a Design from Japan

Japan takes living on Earth a little further as Shimizu Corporation, a leading civil engineering, architectural and general contracting firm, revealed the design for the first ever underwater city in the world. No longer should we wait to find the hidden underwater city that is the Atlantis as Japan will make the city possible. Called […]

Sleuk Rith Institute by Zaha Hadid

Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid celebrates the cultural richness of Cambodia’s Sleuk Rith Institute in this amazing wooden architecture project. Located in Phnom Penh, the Sleuk Rith Institute serves as a  genocide memorial, research center and graduate school. Zaha Hadid’s design breaks away from the traditional memorials and re-imagines the space to embody the aim of […]

Starbucks Cup Facelift by Soo Min Kim

Korean artist Soo Min Kim gives Starbucks’ famous siren a makeover in this series of cup designs. The siren is portrayed in different situations and personality such as sunbathing in the beach, a student in uniform, a pizza girl, a prisoner, and even a girl in love with her beau. Soo Min gives this perfect cup […]

Dubai Photography by Sebastian Opitz

German photographer Sebastian Opitz highlights the majesty of the shopping capital of the Middle East — Dubai. Since 2008, Sebastian has been based in Dubai and has photographed the city in all its glory. The city is known for its towering skyscrapers and with the tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, in its land, Sebastian did […]

Recycling Old Toys and Clothing for Sculptures by Hoda Zarbaf

What do you do with your old toys, pillows and stuffed toys when you’ve outgrown them? It’s either you throw them away or you pass it on to others, right? That’s not the case with Toronto-based artist Hoda Zarbaf. Pre-owned clothing, old toys, and recycled textiles are some of her arsenal to create figurative sculptures. […]

The Art of Arithmetic by Kevin Twomey

Kevin Twomey’s series of prints reveals the more intimate side of the weapons of arithmetic, also known as calculators. These antique mechanical calculators were stripped off with their outer coverings to show their skeletons and gears which are now rarely seen in today’s modern digital calculators. These calculators range in size with some of them […]

Awesome Illustrations by Tamas Gaspar

Take a look into Tamas Gaspar’s works and you’ll see the beauty of strong emotions in every art work. This famous Hungarian artist draws with utmost detail and intricacy that merits a space in popular publications such as Men’s Health Magazine. Tamas has also shared his talent in the making of a concept art for […]

Enchanting Fairies by Robin Wight

England-based sculptor Robin Wight creates whimsical fairy sculptures with the use of stainless steel wires. These fairies are the result of his very artistic imagination when, not so long ago, he took a photo of his garden. The photo gave his imagination a spin as he saw a somewhat faint figure of a fairy on […]