Old and New Converge – Photography by Taylor Jones

Made by former RIM employee Taylor Jones, Dear Photograph lets you unravel the beauty of a picture that captures the essence of the past and present times. Named by TIME Magazine as one of the 10 best sites, Dear Photograph receives about 20,000 hits a day.   The idea was made while Taylor was at […]

Jacub Gagnon Takes Animals to Unfamiliar Territory

Considered one of Toronto’s emerging contemporary artists, Jacub Gagnon presents nature in an unusual habitat and form that creates a beautifully sweet yet disturbing image. Jacub presents a picture of how man manipulates nature and how nature tends to adapt, if it can. Jacub creates his images primarily with animals in the most bizarre way possible […]

Stephen Wilkes Takes You Around the World from Day to Night

New York-based fine art and commercial photographer Stephen Wilkes perfectly renders captured moments in one single shot of popular landmarks around the world in his Day to Night series. While most photos capture a single moment frozen in one click of the shutter, Day to Night captures multiple moments in one stunning photograph. The captured […]

Diego Marmolejo Marries Maximalism and Minimalism

Spanish artist Diego Marmolejo combines the beauty of two opposing concepts: minimalism and maximalism. This self-taught artist and Psychology graduate in Barcelona, playfully sketches his imagination to transform into a work of art. His works translates fine and solid lines combined with vibrant colors to create a seemingly abstract yet conceptual design containing animals, people […]

mo\co Transforms Streets of Brazil

Art studio mo\co takes the streets of Salvador, Brazil for a spin with their project “Hibridizacao” (Hybridization in English). This installation art transforms unusual spaces in the street into a whole new venue for other people to interact with. Whether it’s a building ruins-turned-beach front or a cozy spot for relaxating in a hammock along […]

Hair-raising Works by Nagi Noda

Having a bad hair day?  It might be high time to get a hair make over. Take a look at Nagi Noda’s works of Hair Hats, a collection of hair sculptures born from this late Japanese pop culture artist. Before her death in 2008, Nagi Noda had notable works ranging from a Coca-Cola World Campaign […]

Time and Matter – Photorealistic Works of Art by Bill Fink

Bill Fink is the revolutionary artist behind Time and Matter Photography. He captures images not by film, but by painstakingly recreating them using material from the subject. Bill’s medium of choice can be a bit controversial. In the past, he has used human hair, soil, and even human ashes. The image above is that of […]

A Taste for Meat – Stills from Chris Field’s Biolapse

Biolapse is Chris Field’s brainchild. It’s actually a rather fascinating timelapse of carnivorous plants ‘hunting’ and eating their prey, though “hunting” may not be the most precise term to use since it involves actively stalking and pouncing on prey… These carnivorous plants stay firmly rooted on the ground. What they actually do is ‘lure’ hapless […]

Art in Suspension by Cerise Doucede

Cerise Doucede is a french author-photographer who has creative works including images of perfectly captured moments of suspension. In this collection called “Egarments,” Cerise portrays the images of individuals with their thoughts shown in their environment. Whether it’s a chaos of creativity or flurry of butterflies, this collection is guaranteed to lift you off your […]