Russian Artist Draw Interesting Pupils Of The Eyes, Here Are 11 Of Them

According to an artist Natalia Ordobaeva: “I really love to draw, for the first time I tried to draw the pupils of the eyes. I really liked the result, and I also got a lot of pleasure. Join in and take a look at my drawings. Under each picture, there is a detailed description, interesting and informative facts. Thank you for your attention.”

“I got such a precious pupil of the eye in the picture. It looks great and deserves special attention! I think there is at least one owner of emerald eyes on Earth. And this is apparently a lucky one, because such eyes are a gift from heaven. These are people who have such emerald eyes, kissed by God. Just beauty and chic. There are no words to describe all my feelings and emotions when I look at this drawing of an emerald pupil.” Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos of Jane Birkin at Home Taken by Jean-Claude Deutsch in 1971

A native of London, Jane Birkin began her career as an actress, appearing in minor roles in Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blowup (1966), and Kaleidoscope (1966). In 1968, she met Serge Gainsbourg while co-starring with him in Slogan, which marked the beginning of a years-long working and personal relationship. Continue reading »

Photographer Captures Couples Who Switch Outfits, and the Results Are Hilarious

“Switcheroo” is a dual portrait series by Canadian photographer Hana Pesut where accomplices are photographed twice, once in their own outfits and again wearing each others outfits against the same background. Continue reading »

This Photographer Creates Paintings That Are Actually Photos

According to Tarryn Goldman: “Impasto Process is a very literal study of what Fine Art Photography is. Is it the process of clicking a button, and the act of intention behind the artist, or is it the subject that is being photographed? This is a question that I have been asking myself for a long time. And my conclusion is that it is both. Continue reading »

Joyful Illustrations of the Artist Who Misses Soviet Days

Pin-up themed illustrations of Natalia Ershova bring back sweet memories of the Soviet times. Reminds me amazing illustrations of Valery Barykin. Continue reading »

Amazing Snapshots Capture Street Life in New York City From the Mid-1930s to the End of the 1940s

In the late 1930s, photographer Helen Levitt rode the New York City subway system, first as an apprentice to photographer Walker Evans, then snapping photos of aloof passengers wearing fur coats, flat-brim hats, and antique brooches. Continue reading »

Low Resolution Pets Behind Pixelated Glass Doors

Some of you probably remember the old days of gaming when 8-bit graphics were all the rage. But do you know what’s better than video game nostalgia? Pixel pets! Continue reading »

Stunning Winners Of The One Eyeland World’s Top Wedding Photographers 2021

Rank #1 (100 Points): Joe Lai, Taichung, Taiwan

One Eyeland is delighted to unveil its winners for the World’s Top 10 Wedding Photographers 2020. Adjudged by a jury of 10 photographers. In all, our judges decided to give out 6 Golds, 33 Silvers, 81 Bronzes and 140 Finalists. Continue reading »

‘80s Pop Culture Icons as McDonald’s Happy Meal Toys

McDonald’s launched the Happy Meal across the US in 1979, and it will forever feel very ‘80s. (Especially if you grew up in the 1980s.) Like so many ‘80s icons, the Happy Meal’s combination of tasty concept and slick packaging make it a design classic. The Toy Zone, a toy retailer, worked with CGI artist Jan Koudela to cook up imaginary Happy Meal toys and boxes in the style of our favorite and most iconic ‘80s screen heroes.

Top Gun

“Sometimes serving your country and quietly believing yourself to be “the best of the best” is not enough. Sometimes you want a trophy that says TOP GUN on it, too. When you’re casting that kind of arrogance, only one man will do: The Cruiser!” Continue reading »

Winning Photographs Of The Urban Photo Awards 2021

Single Pictures: Jumping Time By Takrim Ahmed

Here are the winning photos Urban photo awards 2021 in the categories of Single Pictures, Projects & Portfolios, Urban Book Award, and Bruce Gilden Prize. The final ranking will be announced on 24th October 2021. Continue reading »

Winning Images Of The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year

Lunettes: Landscape By Callie Chee

Here are the winners and finalists of the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2021 competition. The South Australian Museum announced the results. Over 2,200 images were submitted from photographers around the country. An image of a leafy seadragon hiding in shallow reefs located in the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia, was declared the Overall Winner. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Photos Of Nikon Small World 2021

1st Place by Jason Kirk. Trichome (white appendages) and stomata (purple pores) on a southern live oak leaf

Nikon has announced the Winners, Honorable Mentions, and Images of Distinction for the 2021 Small World Photomicrography Competition. More than 1,900 entries were received from 88 countries in 2021, the 47th year of the competition. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Thought-Provoking Illustrations About Modern Day Issues

FadiToOn (Fadi Abou Hassan) is a widely published and award-winning freelance cartoonist. He lived as a refugee in Syria until the uprising in 2011, and is known for his many cartoons commenting on the everyday life and political events in Syria and the Middle East in general. His cartoons focus on human rights, women’s rights, and political violence taking place in the country. He is very critical of the political elite in Syria. Continue reading »

These Colourised Photographs Show How People Took Shelter in The London Underground in The 1940s

According to Lottie Cutcher, a photo retouch magician: “My name is Lottie, and I love looking through old photos. For my day job I work in costume, so I’m passionate about social history and getting the colour accurately matched. I recently started colourising black and white photographs to bring out how the scene would have actually looked at the time the picture was taken. I think black and white photographs have a beautiful style of their own, but colourising them helps the pictures feel relevant and relatable today, and gives them more context in the real world. Continue reading »

This Artist Makes Surreal Paintings Inspired By Psychoanalysis

“Hi, my name is Valentine and I am fond of psychology and painting. I was studying to be a graphic designer, and in one of my course projects I was making the layout of the book by K. G. Jung “Synchronicity”. I was so carried away that I reread all the works of this psychiatrist. And then I allowed my painting to capture the images that I encountered on the path of inner knowledge,” an artist writes. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Brilliant Comics For People Who Like Dark Humor

There are many comic creators out there in the world and they cover lots of topics and themes—from girl problems to fantasy stories. But not all creators are as brave as Andy, better known as Comic Dux. Andy makes dark humor comics with unexpected and twisted endings that will probably leave you surprised and often feeling a little violated. Continue reading »

The Colorful Conceptual & Pop 3D Artworks by Kota Yamaji

Kota Yamaji is a Japanese digital artist based in Tokyo. Fascinated by computer graphics and video editing, Kota creates his own pop and surreal world. Continue reading »

“Dualism”: The Superb Figurative Underwater Themed Paintings by Zhuk

Zhuk is an artist whose creative production revolves around classic figurative painting, presented in a contemporary manner. Continue reading »

Japanese Cat Owner Devises Eccentric Feeding Strategy


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It’s always fun to give your pets treats, but one Japanese cat owner has found an easy way to make it even more interesting. Whenever the owner feeds this cat through three holes cut into a cardboard box, the feline looks instantly more comical. Continue reading »

A Gallery of Amazing Vintage Photos of Ferraris in the 1970s

For many true aficionados, 1970s Ferraris represent a golden age for arguably the world’s most famous car marque. In the seven decades since Enzo Ferrari founded his company, they have produced some jaw-droppingly spectacular cars, but there’s something special about the sleek lines and the raw, analogue power of 1970s Ferrari models, a decade packed with outstanding motors. Continue reading »

Sarcastic ‘Texts From Your Existentialist’ That Might Make You Laugh, Then Cry

This Instagram account with over 500k followers named “Texts From Your Existentialist” mashes up classical art and modern-day quotes depicting various sarcastic and even downright ridiculous scenarios. The main idea behind the account is to insert 21st-century text messages into classical paintings, movie stills, and retro art. Continue reading »

“Consumption”: Surreal Digital Artworks of Miron Malejki

Miron Malejki aka OSAKI is a visual artist based in Poland. He specializes in 3D animations, VFX, VR, AR. He has worked on various types of projects, including music videos, mini-show fashion campaigns, and commercials. Continue reading »

Fluid, Abstract and Futuristic Typographic Design by MOCAGE

“Hey, I am Moses aka MOCAGE from Germany. I studied graphic design from 2017-2020 and made myself self-employed in January 2020 and now working with clients around the world.” Continue reading »

The Creepy Doll Adoption Agency

So you’ve inherited your grandmother’s precious dolls, which she cherished, but you can’t stand them because they look so creepy? You aren’t alone, as many people end up with dolls that are ugly, haunted, or give off uncanny valley vibes. You could toss them, but that’s neither respectful to grandma nor is it environmentally-friendly. What to do? Continue reading »

Bizarre Surreal and Vampire Themed Paintings of Bolesław Biegas

Polish surrealist Bolesław Biegas (1877–1954) created many artworks in paint and in sculpture. It was, of course, his series of fantastically bizarre vampire themed paintings that appealed to me the most. Where the traditional depictions of vampires portray humanoid bat like creatures, Biegas carried through a wild bestiary of intepretations.. insect vampires, winged camel vampires, elephant vampires, and so on. Continue reading »