String Theory – Art Installations by Gabriel Dawe

Gabriel Dawe challenges the long-held notions of machismo through his art. He grew up in Mexico and as a child, he was forbidden to explore the artistic elements of textiles and embroidery, areas which are usually reserved for women. He now lives in Texas and has made a name for himself with his colorful thread […]

Street Stone by Léo Caillard

Léo Caillard is the artist behind Street Stone. With a liberal application of modern clothes, he has a given new twist to ancient statues scattered all around the Louvre. Of course, he wasn’t actually allowed to dress up the statues themselves, so he did the next best thing. He took shots of his friends who […]

Scrumptious Soaps by Aubrey Elizabeth

Aubrey Elizabeth is the founder of Aubrey Elizabeth Apothecary. Custom-made soaps has long been in the market but none are as scrumptious as Aubrey’s faux food soaps. Her mother always told her that ‘a homemade gift is better’ so she started making soap to give away to friends and family. They recognized the marketability of […]

Chaos and Women – Paintings by Viktor Sheleg

Like most artists, Viktor Sheleg has been drawing since early childhood. At twelve, he has taught himself to paint. He was born in Lomonosov, near Saint-Petersberg, Russia in 1952. When Victor was three, he and his family moved to Latvia where he still lives and works today. According to him, his paintings are inspired by […]

Moonlit Dreams and Other Surreal Photos by Rob Woodcox

Rob Woodcox stumbled into the world of photography in 2009 and has been pursuing it ever since. His surreal portraits are just as good, if not better than some I’ve seen on magazines. His work has a whimsical quality to it that makes the viewer think and imagine. Serious digital manipulation is involved but one […]

Fingerprint Paintings by Chuck Close

  Charles Thomas “Chuck” Close is an American photographer and painter who achieved worldwide fame as a photorealist. Though severely paralyzed since 1988, he has continued to produce art. Each piece is highly sought after by collectors and museums all over the world. His latest work involves large-scale portraits made with his own fingerprints. Chuck […]

Characternity by Ray Sumser

Ray Sumser is a New York-based artist whose “Characternity” brings together around 2,500 pop culture characters from cartoon, comic books, and video games. Ray has been a fan of cartoons and comic books all his life so it comes as no surprise that he would make an illustration of all the characters he could think […]

Ballpoint Pen Art by Samuel Silva

Samuel Silva is a self-taught artist whose ballpoint portraits are slowly gaining popularity. His began drawing at the age of two and hasn’t stopped since. Samuel is also proficient in pastels, pencil, chalk, color pencils,oils, and acrylics. It takes quite a while for him to finish a piece and his drawings are few and far […]

Trippin’ On Tea by Andrew Gorkovenko

Andrew  Gorkovenko’s packaging design for Triptea is simply tea-rrific.  TripTea is a one of the rare brands which takes a closer look at its own product. They wanted their packaging to embody the product itself in a new and creative way. Andrew, a Moscow-based advertising designer, decided to illustrate easily recognizable scenery from the country […]