“Namaha”: The Mythologic India In Stunning Illustrations By Abhishek Singh

Abhishek Singh‘s work is acclaimed worldwide for its unique style and storytelling. His critically acclaimed book Krishna – A Journey Within for Image comics is the first graphic novel by a writer/artist of Indian origin to be published in the history of American comics. Recently, for Wevr, L.A., he provided art direction for the first virtual reality film of its kind for Deepak Chopra. He is currently working on his new graphic novel and film project. Continue reading »

Doh! The Alternate View On Simpsons By Stanislaw Bashkow

Everyone knows the Simpsons and their distinctive, recognizable design. That’s where Stanislaw Bashkow‘s work and imagination come in to reverse everything you thought you knew about this universe. Continue reading »

A Non-Standard Architectural Solution: This Cubic Window Is Like a Passage to A Parallel World

How cool does this corner window installation look?! Sure it’s impractical and was probably a structural nightmare for the engineer, but look! It’s a cubic window! Continue reading »

The Earthquake Tower by Remco, ca. 1974

Billed as “the world’s largest playset” and standing a whopping five feet tall, the Remco Earthquake Tower was a mash-up of the biggest Hollywood hits of 1974: The Towering Inferno and Earthquake. Continue reading »

Australia’s Silo Murals Make a Road Trip an Art Odyssey

Silo art has turned the Australian outback into a vast outdoor gallery. Dotted across the country, the gigantic murals give those exploring the land an insight into the people who live there.


Painted on old GrainCorp silos, this mural at Sheep Hills in western Victoria is a tribute to the traditional owners of the area. The Melbourne artist Adnate spent four weeks with the community and wanted to shine a light on the region’s young Indigenous people and show the strong ancestral connection that they share with their elders. (Leigh Henningham/Alamy) Continue reading »

Winning Photographs from The World of Water Competition


Top Photographer: Emmanuel Fazembat – France

Billed as the world’s greatest photo game, GuruShots is an online platform that provides a fun, structured way to showcase your images while gaining global exposure for your work. Continue reading »

Photographer Captures Side-By-Side Portraits of People Over 100 with Their Younger Selves

Prokop Vejdělek, at age 22 and 101

Jan Langer
Vejdělek is a former metallurgical engineer who will never forget the taste of warm fresh goat’s milk.

Centenarians — people 100 years or older — are a rarity. Their lives are often scrutinized as holding the key to aging.

Czech photographer Jan Langer’s portrait series “Faces of Century” shows them in a different light: as human beings aged by years of experience, but at their deepest level, unchanged by the passing of time. Continue reading »

“Ode To The Sun”: The Superb Illustrations of Domagoj Šokčević

Domagoj Šokčević is a Croatian illustrator, visual artist, and textile design student. His illustrations are characterized by clean lines and various shapes with different textures and colors. Domagoj Šokčević finds inspiration in everyday life situations and the people around him. Continue reading »

Artist Combines Nature And Magic To Create These Mystical Paintings

According to Vladimir Ilievski: “I started this series of paintings during the first lockdown since the pandemic started, with a painting called Becoming One, and after that, I created the rest of them. So, it’s always nature, the magical appearance of it, special mystical moments or occasions, combined with people, animals, or other subjects. Continue reading »

Artist Used A.I. To See How Good It Would Be At Guessing What These Celebrities Looked Like As Teenagers

Madonna

According to Hidreley Diao: “Believe it or not, every Hollywood celebrity we know was once a teenager! All jokes aside I decided to test out artificial intelligence. How well would it guess what celebrities looked like when they were teenagers? Since most of these well-known people already have teenage pictures, we have something with which to compare the A.I.-generated results. Continue reading »

These Superb Metal Sculptures Are Made of Old Cutlery

The South Carolina artist Matt Wilson (previously here) has an old hobby of collecting old cutlery and silverware. Continue reading »

Funny Vintage Postcards Depict People Falling From Donkeys in Le Plessis-Robinson, France, ca. 1900

Le Plessis-Robinson is a commune in the southwestern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 10.5 km (6.5 mi) from the center of Paris. It was first mentioned in 839 as Plessiacus apud Castanetum, meaning plessis near Castanetum. A plessis was a village surrounded by a fence made of branches. Continue reading »

Clever Thought-Provoking Illustrations By Stephan Schmitz

Society and its issues is a topic often covered and discussed by many, especially artists. They love to portray the problems society has in their creative work and make a statement. Continue reading »

How To Properly Use a Selfie Stick, An Illustrated Guide

Illustrator and book author Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal) has created a simple yet effective 4-step guide that will be extremely helpful for people who love using selfie sticks. Continue reading »

From Death Cab to the Grateful Dead, an Artist Reimagines the Classic Rock Posters

Suburban Avenger Studios is Luke Martin, Taylor Keating, and their two cats – Meatball and Egg. Continue reading »

This Artist Draws Using Only Letters and Numbers on Old Typewriters

It started in 2014 with the purchase of a vintage 1956 Oliver Courier typewriter. Now 7 years, 35 typewriters, and nearly 100 works of art later, James Cook is a bonafide typewriter artist. Continue reading »

Cute Fashionable Animal Clay Dolls By Valentina Gekova

When someone mentions a doll, we usually imagine a human doll in Victorian clothes, or a Barbie. But there are many different ways to make and dress up a doll, and Russian artist Valentina Gekova shows this with her works. To put it shortly, she makes very cool dolls of animals like dogs, lizards, giraffes and others dressed up in very cool and comfy clothes, like tracksuits, sweatpants, jackets, etc. Though it doesn’t sound all that usual, the combination makes for a good end result. Continue reading »

Behind the Scenes Photographs From a 1950s Casting Call for a Long-Haired Model


Thomas McAvoy/The LIFE Picture Collection © Meredith Corporation

In 1959 Dallas photographer William Langley had a problem: he needed a long-haired model for a shoot—the woman’s hair needed to blow in the breeze. But no local agency had a model who could do the job. Their hair was all too short. Continue reading »

“Phantasmagoric Ecstasy”: The Superb Collage Artworks of Michelle Concetta

Michelle Concetta aka /DRI:M/ARTZ is a US-born creator based in Saudi Arabia. The artist’s work, which has been featured and collected internationally, explores spirituality, magic and conjuring. Continue reading »

Amusing Illustrations That Share Insights About Everyday Life And Psychology

What if we’re not as bad as we think we are? Is it okay to feel sad or angry? What will your dog bark at next? Do we just imagine all of our problems, or do they really exist? Continue reading »

Amazing Photos From One Eyeland Mobile Photographers 2020 Awards


DOMINIKA KOSZOWSKA, KATOWICE, POLAND

One Eyeland is delighted to unveil its winners for the World’s Top 10 Mobile Photographers 2020. In all, our judges decided to give out 10 Golds, 44 Silvers, 63 Bronzes and 126 Finalists. DOMINIKA KOSZOWSKA wins a cash prize of US $2500. Our congratulations to the winners. Continue reading »

Stunning Finalists Of The 2021 World Report Award

Master Award Short List: Cabello Orcasitas Max, Peru. “Peruvian Post Conflict Stories: Chungui and Oronqoy”

The eleventh edition of the World Report Award: Humanity Documenting ended on May 28, 2021.

Here are the finalists of 6 categories Master Award, Spotlight Award, Short Story Award, Future Generations Award, Student Award, and Single Shot Award. Continue reading »

This Artist Uses Photography And Photoshop To Escape Reality

“My Neighbor” – Exploring Forced Perspective

According to Hayley Roberts: “Creative photography gave me a way to slip out of this world and into the magical worlds I dream about. Previously I’d never believed I was a creative person, but these tools gave me a way to express the things I was feeling; I’ve certainly never had success at drawing or painting. It’s amazing to think that with the right medium, we can all create incredible things. If you haven’t found your medium, I hope that you do. Continue reading »

This Artist Uses His Skills To Create Magical Worlds And Whimsical Illustrations

Artists use their skills to create all kinds of worlds, characters, and concepts most of us can’t even imagine. The perfect example of that is Carles Dalmau. Continue reading »

20 Comics Exploring The Difficult Themes Of Politics And Economics By Artist PinkWug

Reading comics may be a great way to relax and to distract yourself from the problems in the real world. They offer an escape into another realm and they are enjoyable to read as the images are already suggested. Continue reading »