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Star Wars: The Force Awakens meets Calvin and Hobbes [SPOILER ALERT]

Walt Disney Studios and Marvel Comics artist Brian Kesinger has been drawing comic panels of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in the style of Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson, and they simply melt our heart. “Bill Watterson has been one of my biggest artistic influences so it was a fun opportunity to combine two of […]

Antsy – Hand Painted Porcelain Design by Evelyn Bracklow

Pin It Evelyn Bracklow is the artist responsible for the army of ants crawling all over this delicate porcelain tea set. She hand-painted them herself. She calls it “Chitins Gloss”. Evelyn summed it up pretty well when she said: “Fear, disgust, fascination and admiration: this very interplay of feelings constitutes the charm of the work. […]

Ten Below Zero – Bubble Photography by Angela Kelly

Pin It “You’re never too old to play with bubbles.” – This is the life lesson that photographer Angela Kelly taught her 7-year-old son when they went gallivanting around blowing bubbles in their back yard when the sudden cold snap hit Washington. At temperatures hovering around -9°C to -12°C, water turned almost instantly into ice […]

The Order of X – Re-imagined Comic Book Characters by Nate Hallinan

Pin It Nate Hallinan is an American concept artist who thought it would be a fun exercise to re-imagine the X-Men characters in an alternate medieval reality. Thus emerged The Order of the X, a group of ‘gifted’ individuals in the service of Lord Charles Xavier. “The Order provides sanctuary and protection to individuals outcast […]

Red Hot Harley – Fantastic Food Creations by Dan Cretu

Pin It These days, vegetables and fruit aren’t just food – they’re also artistic medium. Dan Cretu, a professional photographer, created food-based imitations of real-life objects like radios, motorbikes, matches, soccer balls, bicycles, 8-track tapes, and old-school film cameras. Each piece was prepared and photographed in less than four hours and no digital alterations were […]

An Eye for Art – Awesome Doodles by Javier Perez

Pin It Javier Perez (not to be confused with another artist of the same name) is a multi-talented artist currently based in Ecuador. He is an illustrator, graphic designer, art director, and photographer. He also does typography, branding, and awesome bits of animation. One of his most popular series in his Instagram account is an […]

When Sparks Fly – Ads by Jean Yves Lemoigne

Pin It Jean-Yves Lemoigne is the go-to guy if you want fun and clever ads that will stick in your consumer’s minds for a long time. His list of clients include some of the biggest industry names. Lemoigne’s clients include: Axe, Volkswagen, Saatchi&Saatchi, Oldspice, Hewlett-Packard, Audi, Citroen, Visa, and many more. He worked as an […]

Fashionable Foliage by Tang Chiew Ling

Pin It  Tang Chiew Ling is a graphic designer and illustrator from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Her series “Fashion in Leaf” has captured the interest of fashion aficionados the world over with its minimalistic approach and ecological theme. Tang intentionally used inconspicuous and unattractive leaves to create something fun and fashionable. Most of the leaves she […]

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.  […]

A Surprise With Every Meal – Artwork by David Laferriere

Pin It David LaFerriere is a graphic designer and a Dad. For years now, he has been sending his kids off to school with a bit of lunch and a piece of art. He draws a fun, and sometimes food-related design on their sandwich bag everyday. To date, he has drawn well over a thousand […]

Wacky Wedding Photography by Sergey Ivanov

Pin It With Sergey Ivanov  as your wedding photographer, you can expect a wacky and fun-filled wedding album. His work has allowed him to travel to travel all over Europe. Most of his images rely heavily on post-production manipulation, but one can’t argue with the results. The only thing his unique wedding photographs have in […]

Hanging from the Ground – Clever Ads by Christian Åslund

Pin It The skewed, top-down perspective isn’t something new in the world of photography but Christian Åslund’s wide angle shots certainly gave it a new twist. His series of photographs for the shoe brand Jim Rickey had models lying flat on the streets of Hong Kong pretending to walk, sit, and hang on to perfectly […]

Mushroom Lights by Yukio Takano

Pin It Yukio Takano’s miniature mushroom lights is definitely worth having on you desk. They’re pretty realistic, and in the dark, they glow like something enchanted. The mushrooms are made of synthetic material and embedded into pieces of driftwood, looking like they sprouted out overnight. Tiny LED lights are incorporated into the mushrooms which gives […]

A Place of Make-Believe – Child Photography by Jean-Paul Loyer

Pin It Jean-Paul Loyer is a Paris-based photographer who specializes in child photography. Jean-Paul had no formal training and what he knows of photography, he taught himself. He must be a pretty good teacher since the quality of his work rivals those of professionals. His series “Campagnes enfant Jack n’a qu’un Oeil” is a poignant […]

Into the Maw of a Monster – Artwork by Davi De Melo Santos

Pin It Walls, tunnels, and mounds of trash are all fair game for Davi De Melo Santos. This Brazilian street has peppered the streets with comic murals. Far from the common perception of street art as hateful vandalism. His subjects are most often a bit monstrous in origin, yet Davi manages to portray in them […]

Folded Critters – Origami by Brian Chan

Pin It Brian Chan fell in love with origami as a child. He spent most of his childhood folding complex designs with paper. Origami appeals to him because it incorporates a lot of geometry, which is his favorite sector of mathematics. He also has a lot of fun from the extra challenge of folding from […]

Critter Cups – Novelty Cups by Yumi-Yumi

Pin It If it’s not coffee, it’s tea. Regardless of your beverage preference, these fun creature cups by artist Yumi-Yumi will surely brighten your day. A finely detailed ceramic critter rests at the bottom of every mug and slowly surfaces as you sip your drink. Some of them, like the scorpion, spider, and shark are […]

A Day in the Life of a Star Wars Clone by Mike Stimpson

Pin It It’s tough being a clone. Your have your identity crisis, your existential crisis, and the war. Sometimes, you just need to sit back, relax, maybe do some knitting. In this series, Mike Stimpson has taken the time to capture the significant moments in the everyday life of a clone. Stimpson likes to mess […]

Go Bonkers With The Art Of Billy Bonkers

Pin It Billy Bonkers is a photographer more widely known for his photomanipulations with subtle humor. Ideas don’t just bounce off the ceiling, as I believe it takes both a witty mind and a whole gallon of editing skills to come up with such works of art.