Creative Eroticism: How These Funny Ads Get Around Censorship

How to promote erotic literature without being caught by censorship? The agency MortierBrigade and the Belgian magazine Humo have imagined a funny and offbeat campaign, using the ads of other advertisers to create some naughty situations. A great way to get around censorship with humor! Continue »

Syrian Artist Paints World Leaders As Refugees

With The Vulnerability Series, artist and Syrian refugee Abdalla Al Omari turns the world’s leaders into refugees, from Vladimir Putin to Barack Obama via Donald Trump, François Hollande or Nicolas Sarkozy. Through this powerful series, Abdalla Al Omari pays tribute to all those, unjustly called migrants, who like him had to flee their country, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan or Eritrea, abandoning everything in front of the horrors of war. Continue »

Nightmares, Melancholy And Phobias: NSFW Fine Art Photography By Diana Dihaze

Diana Dihaze is a talented self-taught photographer and digital artist based in Odessa, Ukraine. Her surreal photo manipulations are dark, haunting, and disturbing. Continue »

Photoshop Master Showed Why We Should Not Believe Photos In Social Networks

A social media user in Weibo, China’s very own take on Twitter, is attracting massive attention for having superb image-editing skills that easily qualify as digital sorcery. The netizen, who goes by the username Kanahoooo, has been given the moniker “Photoshop Holy,” and there’s no debate over it. Continue »

Surreal And Dreamy Photo Manipulations By Jackson Hall

Jackson Hall a.k.a. NocturnalCoonz is a talented self-taught photographer, DJ and digital artist currently based in San Clemente, California. Jackson creates impossible-looking images that seem incredibly real because of the finesse with which they are manipulated. Hall makes us travel to his imaginary worlds with these surreal pictures. Continue »

Humorous Posters Of Graphic Design Puns That Will Make Designers Laugh

Graphic designers have altogether different mindsets, the way they perceive things, the way they guess meaning within the lines, the way they devise ways to the healthy outcome of their projects and the way they don’t take negative criticism at heart show that their temperament is different, stable and optimistic. Continue »

These Amazing Drawings Appear To Jump Out Of The Page

Anyone trying to touch or pick up these 3D sculptures is in for a surprise. Serbian artist Nikola Culjic’s drawings look like 3D images when viewed at 45 degrees. The art works are created just with pencils, crayons and a single sheet of paper, with the upper part of the paper cut out. Culjic, 31, has drawn more than 200 artworks over the last four years, including animals, household objects and characters from film and television. Check out the stunning series of lifelike drawings! Continue »

Probably, The Best Movie Posters From The Last 10 Years

A good movie poster will intrigue potential viewers by revealing just enough about the movie to draw someone in without giving away any spoilers. Continue »

A Shoe Polish Brand Won Big At Cannes For One Of The Most Delightful Campaigns

Fine art has been an inspiration for a lot of great advertising lately, including the Cannes Lions Grand Prix winners “Van Gogh Bnb” and “The Next Rembrandt” from 2016. Ogilvy Chicago continues that tradition in 2017 with a playful, irresistible campaign for Kiwi shoe polish in which the agency imagined, and then painted, the bottom half of famous artworks—to show the subject’s shoes. Continue »

Father Draws Cartoon Childhood For His Daughter

Chinese photographer Liu Feng used his camera to capture memories of his daughter’s childhood – but thought this method was a little too commonplace for his special seven-year-old. The creative father decided to draw his daughter Dora in cartoon style after each photograph. Continue »

Fragmented Ink Paintings On Arrays Of Vintage Books By Ekaterina Panikanova

Spread across the opened pages of books pinned against the wall like insect specimens, Russian-born artist Ekaterina Panikanova creates ink paintings that appear like fragments of memory. Continue »

Into The Canvas: One Model, Incredible Makeup, And No Photoshop

Being André Derain

“Into the canvas. Half a year working with Andrew Kezzyn and Bella Grigoryants.

Standing in the middle of a DIY supermarket… It does not mean maintenance in your flat. It is preparation for going deep into the canvas. We have tried on the colour, the light, the perspective and the atmosphere of Neo-Classical painting. We have built the picture into its depth. Continue »

The Prince Of Surrealism Takes A Poetic Approach – The Worlds Of Rafał Olbiński

For more than three decades, the Polish-born illustrator, graphic designer, and surrealist painter Rafał Olbiński has lived and worked in New York, winning more than one hundred awards during his career for his imaginative acrylic paintings and distinct posters. Continue »

Landscape Mirrors: Surreal Photo Manipulations By Rigved Sathe

Rigved Sathe is a talented freelance graphic designer currently based in Pune, India. Rigved received his BA in Design and Visual Communications from Symbiosis Institute of Design. Continue »

What’s Wrong With Today’s Society Captured In Though-Provoking Illustrations By Al Margen

We all know that nothing is perfect. Our modern society included. There are many things that are problematic and troubling, and even though we notice them, we are not too fast to work on fixing matters. Continue »