The Social Media Religion – Paper Art by Carlo Fantin

What is the first thing you do when you wake up? For most of our forefathers, especially the religious, the first thing to do is to pray and the last thing to do at night is the same. In this digital age, morning and evening prayers are replaced by good morning tweets, regular instagram scrolling, and goodnight […]

Back to Basics – Pixel Art by Megapont

Remember when things were a lot simpler in the digital world? Remember when Mario and Luigi were just mere bits of pixels but still fun to play? Well, prepare to reminisce the simplicity and fun you once had in the past because it’s back to basics with artist Megapon and these pixel art pieces. The images […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]