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 […]

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 […]