Captured Moments – Sculptures by Eyal Gever

Eyal Gever uses his very own 3D physical simulation technology ti create stunning installations, digital prints, and sculptures. He has more than 18 years’ worth of experience with 3D software technologies and server/web-based products. He is a visionary in the hi-tech industry and has garnered numerous awards for his innovation in multimedia design and technology. […]

Out Of Place Images by Robert Rickhoff

Robert Rickhoff’s series ‘Out of Place’ infuses tongue-in-cheek humor with seemingly commonplace settings. A skateboard ramp and a badminton court (at least I think it’s a badminton court) is set right in the middle of a street. All of the photos were digitally altered but it’s hard to tell in a few of them. The […]

Birds the Same Feather – Sculptures by Chris Maynard

Chris Maynard is more than just slightly feather-obsessed. He is a Washington-based artist who carves tiny birds out of different kinds of feathers. He uses the tiny eye surgery scissors, forceps, and magnifying glasses handed down from his family. He said: “My work with feathers gives me a satisfying perch from which to view the […]

Rice Art in Japan

Crop circles in the West ain’t got nuthin’ on the Rice art of the East. Every spring, Japaneses farmers take a lot of time and effort to ‘paint’ images in their rice fields using white, black, and yellow-hued species of rice. The subjects range from Mona Lisa, to Napoleon Bonaparte, to Samurai in armor. It’s […]

Hung Out To Dry – Realistic Wood Carvings by Mary Leu

What looks like an unwashed pair of underwear is actually a wood carving by Mary Leu. Her laundry list of carvings also include: a filthy pair of socks, a lacy bra, a brown hand towel, a pair of gardening gloves, and a remarkably detailed handbag complete with wooden zippers. Leu’s attention to the finest details […]

Shadow People – Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Perceptual psychology is a form of evaluation used for psychological patients. An example of this is the Rorschach test (the one with the inkblots). Tim Noble and Sue Webster took this a step further with their shadow sculptures. They’ve always played with the idea of how humans perceive abstract images and give them meaning. They took […]

Spirited Away and Other Anime Illustrations by Roberto Nieto

Roberto Nieto specializes in web design and interface but his real passion is conceptual landscape illustration. Conceptual landscape illustration, in a nutshell, is basically bringing to life places that exist only in the artist’s imagination. Robert has done a whole peck of illustrations based on Japanese anime. He currently lives and works in Barcelona, Spain.

Ultrarealistic Wall paintings by David Jon Kassan

David’s wall paintings are so it’ll take more than just a second glance to figure out they’re paintings. David Jon Kassan is a well-known contemporary American painter whose life-sized realistic paintings combine figurative subjects with abstract backgrounds. According to him, “my effort to constantly learn to document reality with a naturalistic, representational painting technique allows for […]

The Uncanny X-Men – Illustrations by Fabian Schlaga

To say that Fabian Schlaga is a comic book fan is an understatement. His illustrations of the characters in the series The Uncanny X-men are some of the best I’ve seen. His work is faithful to the original cartoon series I remember watching as a kid. The costume, the attitude, and end even the iconic […]

Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Roeselien Raimond has a passion for nature photography. In her series “Fox in the Snow”, she has has given us small glimpses of the day-to-day life of the most secretive of nature’s creatures. She has captured foxes at play, grooming one another, hunting, swimming, and dozing in the autumn sun. She said: “I’m just a […]