For What It’s Worth – Images by Dillon Marsh

Mining is tedious, hard, and dangerous. Most people go through life unaware of the the environmental impact of this necessary activity. Photographer Dillon Marsh sought to quantify mining as an industry “that has shaped the history and economy of a country so radically” by putting together his “For What It’s Worth” series. The series features […]

Kick-Ass Comic Book Illustrations by Nick Runge

Nick Runge, also known as ALAMOSCOUT6 has been a professional freelance illustrator for the past eleven years. He specializes in hand painted illustrations, covers, and interior pencils. He has been involved in countless projects such as Terminator, G.I. Joe, Angel, Ghostbusters, Fallen Angel, and Star Trek. Nick has also done a bit of movie poster […]

Creatively Useless Product Designs by Katerina Kamprani

Katerina Kamprani went out of her way to create some of the most counter productive designs ever. She calls the series “The Uncomfortable”. An apt description to anyone trying to drink out of a prickly wine glass, eat out of a furry plate, and eat using hinged forks and spoons. Katerina is currently based in […]

Unexpected Animals – Street Art by Whoam Irony and Placee Boe

Giant spray-painted images of animals have been cropping up all over the UK courtesy of creative duo Whoam Irony and Placee Boe. Thus far, they’ve inflicted humongous renditions of a snarling fox, a climbing squirrel, an amused crow, a pissed pigeon, a smug bird (sparrow?) and one rather adorable chihuahua. Their work is as brilliant […]

Disparity – Unedited Images by Oscar Ruíz

Originally created as an ad campaign for a bank, Oscar Ruíz’s “Erase the Difference” series has opened up a can of worms. Who would have ever thought that there really was a line separating the rich from the poor? Aerial shots of Mexico clearly show this line where opulent apartments and villas sit right next […]

Fascinatingly Floral – Photography by Chihiro Otsu

Chihiro Otsu is yet another one of those extremely gifted artists who are as talented as they are elusive. All we know about Chihiro is that he’s an excellent photographer and that he’s from Nagoya, Japan. Chihiro’s images are usually close-up portraits of flowers. They’re not even the exotic kind of flowers. Some of them […]

Pop Art – Illustrations by 2ToastDesign

2ToastDesign is actually a two-person team composed of Jordina & Nando. According to their site, they’re a loving couple who lives in a sunny beachfront penthouse located in Barcelona, Spain. Jordina takes care of the small house repairs as well as the logistical side of their expanding art business. She’s also into crafts, interior house […]

Brian Dettmer: The Book Surgeon

Brian Dettmer is known as the book surgeon because of his penchant for dissecting books using scalpels, tweezers, and other surgical tools –  without anesthesia. Brian’s subjects are mostly old books that would most likely moulder in dumps had he not turned them into works of art. He carves away layer after layer of pages […]

Believe – Creative Photography by Holly Spring

Holly Spring is a mother first and a photographer second. Her daughter, Violet, was born with Hirschsprung’s Disease and no left hand. Her left arm ends midway down her wrist. Inspired by these challenges, Holly created a series of images with Violet as the subject to teach her daughter that there are no limits to […]

Shadows on the Wall – Paintings and Installations by Anders Gjennestad

Anders Gjennestad is the artist responsible for these awesome, gravity-defying kids playing on the wall. Anders specializes in creating shadow people using his own photographs. The stencils he uses are hand cut and layered to create a detailed and complex photorealistic images. It also helps that his work is perfectly placed to fool the eye. […]

Human Canvas – Gesine Marwedel

Gesine Marwedel is a brilliant German body painter whose creations are like nothing else out there. She can either emphasize the human form or eliminate it all together to bring out her design. Her living canvasses are often positioned in a variety of graceful poses to accentuate the design. Most of her work feature animals […]

Moving Pencil Illustrations by David Chong

David Chong is a Singapore-based artist whose pencil and ink illustrations are fast gaining a following on the internet. Davis is self taught and what started as an idle hobby soon grew to be an abiding passion in illustration. He started off with realistic pencil and pen portraits and has recently ventured into making digital […]

Realistic Handmade Stuffed Animals by Lee Cross

Lee Cross, otherwise known as Wood Splitter Lee, is a talented sculptor from Alaska who has elevated the craft of creating stuffed animals into fine art. Her creations are not only adorable, they’re also incredibly realistic. Lee starts with a skeleton (nope, the plastic kind, not bone) which she then wraps in stuffing and covers […]

Eco-Centric – Environmental Photography by J Henry Fair

J Henry Fair has made it his life’s mission to document the atrocities that mankind has inflicted on mother nature. He has even published a book called The Day After Tomorrow: Images of Our Earth in Crisis. It’s filled with picture after picture of shocking yet beautiful images of pollution. Some may doubt the authenticity […]

Greek God Graffiti by Pichi & Avo

Internationally renowned graffiti duo Pichi & Avo were invited over to Werchter, Belgium to create a a massive, site-specific installation for the North West Walls Street Art Festival. The installation consisted of stacked up container crates upon which the artistsweregiven free reign to exercise their creativity. The result featured their trademark signature of Greek gods […]

Trippy Photography by Sarah Schoenfeld

Those aren’t magnified mineral samples you’re looking at up there. Sarah Schoenfeld, a German photographer and artist, had the bright idea to produce shoot drugs. She put a drop of different drugs (both legal and illegal) onto some pre-exposed negative film before subjecting the said film to the normal photographic processes. The chemical reaction of […]

Awesome Nature Photos by NOT William T. Hornaday

William T. Hornaday was a celebrated American zoologist, taxidermist, conservationist, and author. After deacades of dedicating his life to science and nature, he died in 1937. There has been a recent slew of pictures from an anonymous Flickr user who is definitely NOT William T. Hornaday. Nevertheless, the awesomeness of his/her animal portraits pays homage […]

Wings – Embroidered Creations by Yumi Okita

Yumi Okita is the artist responsible for these exquisitely crafted members of the Lepidoptera family. She uses a wide variety of textiles and embroidery techniques to achieve a realistic feel. Most of her work is on a large scale with some specimens measuring almost a foot from wingtip to wingtip. She also crafts a variety […]

Magical Fairy Sculptures by Robin Wight

Robin Wight is the artist behind FantasyWire. FantasyWire is an England-based studio that specializes in creating custom-made wire fairies. Their sculptures are primarily made with stainless steel wires and can be placed outdoors, but they also make galvanized steel versions. Eachfairy is carefully handmade and crafted according to the customer’s design and installation requirements. FantasyWire […]

Leaving It All Behind – Images by Julie Fletcher

Julie Fletcher left everything behind to take stunning photographs of the untamed Australian outback. Twelve years ago, Julie packed up and left Sydney behind to embrace her dream of capturing the heart-stopping images of the Australian outback. Her images range from barren deserts to beautiful beaches to endemic wildlife. Her work has received accolades from […]

Exobiotanica – Space Photography by Makoto Azuma

Japanese artist Makoto Azuma collaborated with JP Aerospace to capture these no-longer-earth-bound bonsai and bouquet. JP Aerospace is a Sacramento-based volunteer organization that makes and sends vessels into orbit. Makoto and the JP Aerospace team captured these amazing shots of a white pine bonsai and a flora bouquet using helium balloons, styrofoam, a light metal […]

Imaginative Illustrations by Jose Emroca Flores

Jose Emroca Flores is a California-based artist who spent much of his youth on a skateboard. When not building makeshift ramps from scrap wood he could usually be found drawing while listening to his favorite music. Jose attended the Academy of Art in San Francisco where he learned to develop his skills in making his […]

Awesome Airbrushed Animal Portraits by Eyan Higgins Jones

Eyan Higgins Jonesis a master airbrush painter whose animal portraits are as breathtaking as they are majestic. Born in North Wales, her connection with the natural world began at a very early age. She earned her degree in Illustration from the University of Central England where she started selling her art in many commercial establishments […]

Rail Art by Artur Bordalo

Artur Bordalo is a graffiti artist whose work has definitely raised the bar on railroad art. Using the parallel lines of a railroad as a canvas, Arturo has managed to convey both humor and cynicism into his minimalistic work. His often uses bright neon colors in his work to make it stand out against the […]

Minimalist Illustrations by Laszlito Kovacs

Laszlito Kovacs is an uber-talented Spanishillustrator currently based in Holland. His illustrations may be minimalistic, yet speak volumes to the viewer’s mind. He is currently the Creative director at Present Plus, a creative innovation studio based in Amsterdam. Laszlito is also affiliated with The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, and the Monocle Magazine. He has […]