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Shadow Worlds – Installations by Herbert Baglione

Pin It Herbert Baglione is a street artist who loves creeping people out. While visiting an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Italy, Baglione grabbed the opportunity to paint his signature shadow people on the walls and floors of the facility as part of his 1000 Shadows project. Similar silhouettes can be found the world over and […]

Faery Worlds by Jean-Baptiste Monge

Pin It Jean-Baptiste Monge is a concept artist, illustrator, and author based in Montreal, Canada. His first solo book “Carnet de croquis, archives de Féerie Tome I” was published in 2006, wherein he did the illustration, texts and layout. Jean-Baptiste loves drawing anything and everything to do with fantasy and faeries. Most (if not all) […]

Get A Grip! – Daredevil Stunts by Mustang Wanted

Pin It “Death is not the worst thing that can happen. Everyone dies – but not everyone lives the way they want”  – Mustang Wanted Sounds like the famous last words of an adrenaline junkie, doesn’t it? Mustang Wanted has been hanging off the sides of skyscrapers and dizzying tall structures for years. He loves […]

A Man and His Moon – Installation by Leonid Tishkov

Pin It Leonid Tishkov is a Moscow-based doctor who has spent the last ten years traveling around with his very own crescent moon. The moon is actually just a lamp he created for a contemporary art festival. He took the moon home with him and the rest, as they say, is history. What he does, […]

The Untouchables – A Provocative Series by Erik Ravelo

Pin It Los Intocables is Spanish for ‘The Untouchables’. It is a photographic series by Erik Ravelo which addresses controversial issues such as child obesity, nuclear catastrophes, wars, and the black market organ trade. The children are depicted in a vulnerable pose, pinned up against the backs of adults in a pose reminiscent of the […]

Serene Aquascapes by Takashi Amano

Pin It Takashi Amano was born in Niigata, Japan in 1954. He is an internationally known landscape photographer who visited pristine forests in Japan as well as the untouched tropical rainforests of Borneo, Amazon, and West Africa. He introduced the Japanese nature style into aquascaping in the 1980s and the hobby hasn’t been the same […]

Love’s Embrace – Photographic Series by Andy Barter

Pin It Andy Barter hails from Bowerchalke, England. He is currently based in London where he lives with his partner Laverne Antrobus and their three children. His photographs can be found in loads of prestigious publications. His work have also been featured in numerous awards like Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, Benson & Hedges Photographic […]

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 […]

House of Keys – Portraits by Work By Knight

Pin It Work by Knight is the artist behind these cleverly put-together portraits of famous celebrities. A large part of his work is influenced by the transition from analogue to digital. He said: “My youth was spent without computers or mobile phones yet the transition to them being such a vital part of my life […]

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 […]

Begging – Adorable Animal Photos by Alex Greenshpun

Pin It Alex Greenshpun is an extremely talented photographer well worth watching out for. Her gallery in deviantART is chock full of her outstanding photographs. She does macrophotography, black and white, and animal photography. She even has a few portraits thrown in for good measure. Now, beagles and golden retrievers are adorable from just about […]

Before They Were Heroes – Poster Art by Khoa Ho

Pin It Khoa Ho is a California-based artist whose recent series of posters feature the origin of all our favorite comic book heroes. He said: “In this poster series I took a dive into the origins of these individuals and who they were before they became superheroes to remind us that despite the trials of […]

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 […]

Home Sweet Home – Paintings by Kim Jacobs

Pin It Kim Jacobs has been a professional illustrator for over 30 years. Her art is featured prominently in numerous greeting cards, calendars, toys, fine art prints, and stationary products. The comfortingly homey themes of her art makes the viewer want to step right into the illustration. Kim lives and works in the far coast […]

Wet Windshields – Realistic Drawings by Elizabeth Patterson

Elizabeth Patterson is an L.A. based artist who has figured out the knack in recreating the fascinatingly complicated formation of raindrops on a rain-streaked windshield. What’s more unusual still is that instead of acrylic or watercolor, she uses colored pencils with a bit of solvent to create her art. She uses a composite of several […]

Squiggles – Portraits by Vince Low

Pin It Portraits are difficult, but Malaysian artist Vince Low has not only mastered the art of portraiture, he draws them using nothing but a bunch of squiggles. At a glance, they look like rough sketches but they’re actually perfect portraits just as they are. He has drawn, with great accuracy, the portraits of Rowan […]

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.  […]

Technicolor World – Photography by Miles Aldridge

Pin It Miles Aldridge has a multi-faceted artistic background. He studied illustration and directed pop videos before he dabbled in fashion photography. His shots are often filled with loud colors and glamorous women with blank expressions. Miles’ work has been published in a variety of magazines including some big names like The New York Times, […]

Watch Your Step – Amazing Photomanipulations by Fiddle Oak

Pin It Fiddle Oak has a very bright future in photography. Fidlle Oak’s real name is Zev and together with his sister Nellie (and their camera named Betsy), they have created a fascinating world of miniature humans. Their images at at once poignant and thoughtful, teaching the viewer to be careful where they step, lest […]

Toy Stories – A Touching Series by Gabriele Galimberti

Pin It Gabriele Galimberti is an Italian photographer who travels the world searching for adventure, interesting people, and fascinating stories. His latest project is “Toy Stories” is a collection of photos featuring children posing with their favorite toys. Gabriele learned a LOT while putting together this series, least of which is the fact that children […]

A Touch of Paint – Fingerpaintings by Iris Scott

Pin It Iris Scott is a Seattle-based painter who has taken finger painting to new heights. Watching her at work is like watching a virtuoso piano player. She dips her gloved finger into high-grade oil paints and swirls them around the canvas to create beautiful portraits. She discovered her passion for finger-painting when, too lazy […]

Legends, Myth, and Fantasy – Paintings by Krystal Camprubi

Pin It Krystal Camprubi got into the arts at at early age. She had a bit of difficulty deciding which particular branch of the creative arts she would focus on. She had dabbled in music, literature, and painting. In college, she learned piano while studying Celtic mythology and medieval literature. Her literary background heavily manifests […]

Fast Food Nation – Illustrations by Chris Woods

Pin It Chris Woods uses his own friends as subjects and paints them against a backdrop rife with belligerent branding, pop-culture, and omnipresent advertising. His work has appeared in Naomi Klein’s book No Logo as well as magazines like Saturday Night , and Adbusters. Chris’ painting ‘McDonald’s Nation’ (1996) has become a popular icon of the anti-corporate […]