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Ubiquitous Beauty – Sand Macrophotography by Dr. Gary Greenberg

Pin It Sand is everywhere and most of us take it for granted, but not Dr. Gary Greenberg. He is the photographer behind these exceptional macro shots of sand. He was a filmmaker and photographer until he decided to move to London to pursue his PhD in biomedical research. Dr. Greenberg also patented the 3D […]

Untouched – Unedited Surreal Photography by Jee Young Lee

Pin It Jee Young Lee is an up-and-coming Korean artist who manages to produce these fantastic surreal images without the aide of digital manipulation. Using nothing more than cardboard cutouts, paint, and oodles of creativity, she creates worlds based in old Korean fables in her tiny studio. With the advent of digital image manipulation, work […]

Exceptional Landscape and Animal Photography by Lee Bothma

Pin It Lee Bothma describes himself as an adventurous person who love to travel and explore the remote areas of South Africa. He hopes to find the few remaining untouched places in South Africa. Known for its sweeping vistas and wildlife, there’s no better place for a promising landscape and wildlife photographer. Lee said: “I […]

Mishmash – Weird, But Oddly Pleasing Art by Adonna Khare

Pin It Adonna Khare was raised in a small town in Iowa. Her talent for drawing showed at the age of three when started drawing animals and her family. Her favorite tools then were: a sock, an eraser, and a pencil. Her drawings are entirely unplanned and they evolve as she draws. Adonna earned her […]

Sweet Street Art by Natalia Rak

Pin It Natalia Rak is a street artist whose ‘territory’ covers most of her native Poland. Her work is mostly large-scare and covers entire walls of buildings. Natalia is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz and has been a painter before she became a street artist. One of her most famous […]

Dewdrops – Macrophotography by Amit Vakil

Pin It Macrophotography has always been a challenge for both professional and amateur photographers alike. You have to reconcile the blurry background with zoomed-in subject. To capture the images for his Dewdrops series, Amit Vakil used a tripod, a Canon 550d DSLR camera in conjunction with a Canon 100 mm f/2.8 macro lens. He also […]

Rouleaux by Anastassia Ellias

Pin It Anastassia Ellias is a Paris-based illustrator and sculptor who unleashed her creativity on helpless toilet paper rolls. Recently, she assembles 67 pf her finest works and turned the whole collection into a book entitled “Rouleaux”. Anastassia created the earth-friendly dioramas by carefully cutting-out the scenes from brown paper and sticking them inside the […]

A Fistful of Critters – Tiny Crocheted Animals by Suami

Pin It Suami is a family-run crocheting business that specializes in creating adorable, teeny, tiny animals. Some of their creations barely reach a centimeter in size. The idea was actually inspired by Suami (her nickname), the youngest member of the family who is extremely fond of animals and movie characters. Her nickname ended up as […]

Froggy Photos – Macrophotography by Wil Mijer

Pin It Who would have ever thought frogs had expressions? Wil Mijer, an avid macrophotographer, has given us a series of up-close-and personal looks at one of nature’s more elusive creatures. To describe herself, she said: “I’m very small and in my work everything is small too. I like to do macrophotography and will try […]

Of Men and Mustaches – A Photographic Series by Joseph OLeary

Pin It Joseph OLeary was born and raised in a small, blue-collar town in Wisconsin. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He currently lives and works on his farm outside of Minneapolis. He started his series on bearded men with an unfavorable […]

A Moment in Time – Photos by Mikko Lagerstedt

Pin It Mikko Lagerstedt is a self-taught photographer from Finland. He started dabbling in photography five years ago and fell head-over-heels in love with the craft. According to him, his goal is to “pause the mysterious and atmospheric moments of everyday life”. He also added that: “In our lives, things can go so fast that […]

Mengy Madness – Knitted Critters by Cristy

Pin It Cristy describes herself as a graphic designer by day who works to save the world from bad design, and a happy hooker by night who stitches to bring cuteness to the world. Her obsession with knitting started in her last year of design school. She decided to take up knitting before her head […]

Dare to Dream – A Touching Series by Matej Peljhan

Pin It Matej Peljhan is a Slovenian photographer and triathlete. An odd combination, certainly, but what’s odder still is that he’s missing an eye and his right arm. When he was ten years old, he was involved in an accident with some explosives left over from World War II.the incident made a huge impact in […]

Silence of the Bunnies – Wacky Illustrations by Ekaterina Frolova

Pin It Kate Frolova is a freelance illustrator from Moscow. She also goes by the name Ekaterina Frolova in some of her artistic accounts in the web. She is known for her wacky and highly cartoonish illustrations. Menacing pumpkins, worm-eating-apples and nectar-swilling bees are but a small part of her repertoire. My favorite is the […]

Half a Shot – Photos by Sabine Pearlman

Pin It “Ammo” is Sabine Pearlman’s incredible series featuring all kinds of ammunition cut precisely down the middle. The series gives us a never-before-seen glimpse of the insides of bullets. She shot a total of 900 cross-sections of ammo in a secluded World War II bunker in Switzerland. The bullets were cut in half by […]

Obon – An Earth-Friendly, Glow-in-the-Dark Installation Miya Ando

Pin It Miya Ando is an artist of Japanese and Russian-American descent and was raised in a Buddhist temple in Japan and in the coastal shores of Northern California. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout the world: London, New York, South Korea, and California. Last year, she went to Puerto Rico for her installation […]

Dramatic Scratchboard Illustrations by Nicolas Delort

Pin It Nicolas Delort strives to tell stories both big and small through his intricate and evocative, black and white illustrations. He started doodling as a hobby during high school, but the hobby turned into a full-blown passion when he reached college. He built up a portfolio, got into some art classes, and never looked […]

3D Critters – Paintings by Keng Lye

Pin It Keng Lye is a Singapore-based artist who produces one-of-a-kind three-dimensional sculptures using acrylics and epoxy resin. The technique he uses was actually pioneered by Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori. The realistic image is produced by pouring resin into a bowl and then painting on top of it layer by layer. HE said: “I started […]

Scrumptious Art by Hong Yi

Pin It Hong Yi’s previous work was a portrait made up of socks hanging from bamboo poles as well as a coffee cup-stained canvas portrait. She calls her latest body of work ‘creativity with food’. According to her, the series has helped her push the limits of her creativity by forcing her to churn out new designs […]

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