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Floral Mandalas – Installations by Kathy Klein

Pin It A mandala is a spiritual and ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism representing the universe. Kathy Klein is an Arizona-based artist who loves creating flower mandalas in the great outdoors. She calls the pieces ‘danmalas’ which means ‘the giver of garlands’ in Sanskrit. Her ephemeral installations are photographed and then left to be […]

Packed – Awesome Art by Mark Khaisman

Pin It A true artist sees creative potential in everything. Mark Khaisman, a promising artist from Ukraine spotted the potential behind one of the most mundane everyday objects – packing tape. He strategically sticks pieces of packing tape on a plexiglass base. Clever lighting behind the glass highlights the resulting image beautifully. His subjects range […]

Cut and Fold – Aerial and Fashion Photography Mash-up by Joseph Ford

Pin It Joseph Ford is the artist behind these creative mash-ups that seamlessly combines aerial photography with textiles. The series was inspired by Joseph’s recent trip to Mauritius, Morocco, and Sicily where he spent his time flying around in a helicopter taking aerial shots of the terrain below. According to one website: “The combination of […]

Dreamscapes by Erik Johansson

Pin It Erik Johansson is a young and talented photographer and retouch artist from Sweden. He is a self-taught artist who transitioned from a noob into a master image manipulator in just a few years. Erik’s creative process starts with an idea, usually a weird or wacky one. He loves putting his subjects into an […]

Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing – Images by Philip Rostron

Pin It Philip Rostron describes himself as an Imagemaker, a term he invented himself. Originally from England, he honed his craft in Canada before moving into the United States to establish his very own creative studio, Instil Productions. His studio is best known for collaborative problem solving. Together with a team of dedicated and talented […]

Rebranded by Ilya Kalimulin

Pin It Ilya Kalimuli is a Moscow-based designer who decided to redesign a couple of famous brands. His work is clever, funny, and practically oozing with creativity. A McDonald’s laptop, M&M bullets, Adobe beauty products, Dropbox specimen cups, Heinz blood products (still in 57 varieties), Tic Tac time bombs, a holey Crocs umbrella, and my […]

Wars on Kinkade – Star Wars and Thomas Kinkade Mash-Up by Jeff Bennett

Pin It The premise of Jeff’s Wars on Kinkade series is simple: What happens if the Empire decide to invade Kinkade’s paintings? The result is somewhat hilarious as Imperial Star Destroyers, clone storm troopers, and Hoth-crushing AT-ATs ruin the totally idyllic mood of the paintings. Jeff’s photomanipulation is so subtle, the intruders look like they […]

Paper Cuts – Handmade Paper Sculptures by Charles Clary

Pin It Charles Clary is a Tennessee-based artist who expresses his creative abilities through meticulously hand-cut paper sculptures. The sculptures resemble detailed topographical graphs or close-ups of microscopic organisms.The centerpiece of one of his exhibits is a 30-foot long sculpture dedicated to his mother, Kirsten Clary who recently passed away from cancer. Charles spends up […]

Epic Photography by Benjamin Von Wong

Pin It Benjamin Von Wong is notorious for epic photography. The more challenging the project, the more he enjoys it. His background in engineering gives him an edge when it comes to creative problem solving. His style may be described as hyper-realistic with a generous amount of humor and fantasy mixed in. He’s one of […]

The Small Stuff – Daryna Kossar

Pin It Daryna Kossar is an outstanding photographer and designer from Ukraine. Now, we’ve featured a lot of food art before but Daryna stands out with her creative use of everything that happens to be at hand. the list of things she’s used include: lipstick, mascara, blueberries, cookies, coffee, bread, and sugar cubes. According to […]

A Change in Direction – Surreal Photography by Kylli Sparre

Pin It Kylli Sparre completed ballet school before she decided to become a professional photographer. She realized that ballet wasn’t the path for her shortly after graduation. She said: ““I think it does take courage [to switch professions], but for me it was scarier to stay pursuing something that is not my passion. I had […]

Killer Game Art by Xavier Thomas

Pin It Xavier Thomas is a Canadian artist whose impressive portfolio includes games such as Assassin’s Creed, Splinter Cell Conviction, Prince of Presia, and Driver. He was the Communication Art Director at Ubisoft and most of the images he was involved with were used as box art, game art, and featured in magazines. Xavier also […]

Awesome Hand Drawn Designs by Si Scott

Pin It Si Scott is a talented artist who creates unique, hand-drawn designs. A lot of his work is in minimalistic black and white which only serves to heighten the flowing lines and calculated precision of his work. His studio, Si Scott Studio, has a solid reputaion for creating one-of-a-kind concepts and imagery. Because of […]

Dinner Designs – Food Art by Samantha Lee

  Pin It Dinner just doesn’t taste the same when it isn’t a piece of art too. Samantha Lee’s kids knows this to be true. Samantha began making pop culture-inspired meals for her eldest daughter to encourage her to eat independently. The experiment was a smashing success, and not just on the dinner table. The […]

Breakfast Banana – Fruit Graffiti by Marta Grossi

Pin It While some artists might use paint, or ink, or pencils, Marta Grossi breaks the mold by making her breakfast banana her medium. Marta currently lives and works as an art director and illustrator in Hong kong. She describes herself as an Italian with a dimple in her right cheek who is allergic to […]

Dog Fights – Digital Creations by Ink

Pin It INK is a UK-based, multi-award winning digital production studio that combines imagination and cutting edge digital technology to create beautifully crafted images for advertisements, production companies, and designers. They said: “Our idea is to deliver work that feels hand-crafted, made for a particular client, with the same attention to detail and sophistication expected of the leading […]

Backtastic Photographs by Chris Ozer

Pin It Chris Ozer is a former jazz pianist who decided to dabble in a bit of a photography. His pastime became a hobby which turned into a profession. Chris is always on the lookout for that one, perfect shot. He has a careful eye for lighting which helps set the mood in his shots. […]

20th Century Starks – Graphic Design and Illustrations by Mike Wrobel

Pin It Mike Wrobel is a French graphic designer based in Japan. He blames X-Files, Street Fighter,and horror movie magazines for his vivid imagination. According to him, he isn’t really interested in obvious and common designs. Mike’s goal is “to come up with something unique, strong, and smart to make you and your business stand […]

Awesome Digital Art by Sako Tchilingirian

Pin It Sako Tchilingirian is an experienced photographer, digital artist, jeweler, and architect. He takes landscape pictures, gives it a bit of digital tinkering, and comes up with dramatic results. His work is not unlike old paintings in the realism style. He currently lives and works in Beirut, Lebanon.

Sandy Sea – Digital Photography by Jamey Stillings

Pin It Jamey Stillings has a passionate interest in and curiosity about people, cultures, ideas and technology. They are the guiding forces in his photography and life. He has more than 25 years of experience in photography under his belt and he uses a combination of well-executed production and an open approach to achieve excellence […]

Burning Calories – Photography by Henry Hargreaves

Pin It Henry Hargreaves spent his childhood in Christchurch, New Zealand where he got involved in painting, drawing, bootlegging, and cricket. Harry developed his own ideas of travel and adventure while listening to tales of his heroic grandfather Edgar Charles Hargreaves. A chance meeting with a photographer in Bangkok launched his entirely unexpected modeling career. […]

Mind Blowing Digital Art by Hugo Ceneviva

Pin It Hugo Ceneviva is a 26-year old freelance digital artist from Brazil with a background in art direction, 3D graphics, creative retouching, and CGI. He already has an impressive list of clients in just six and a half years. According to him., his real passion lies in the manipulation of images, spending hours on […]
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