Aerial Photographer Created A Miniature Utopian Village And It Took Him 2 Years To Finish

Ognyan Stefanov is an accomplished aviation photojournalist and graduate of the prestigious National Academy for Theater and Film Art in his native town of Sofia, Bulgaria. His award-winning aerial photographs have been featured at exhibitions and appeared in numerous global publications. Continue reading »

“Unpopular Culture”: Artist ‘Uncovers’ The Disturbing Behind-The-Scenes Of Popular Characters

Pop culture is always changing and never stops evolving. There are different movies, music genres, songs, and characters that shape our culture and they change every year, if not every month. However, certain characters stay with us for a long time. Like Disney, Pokemon, Dragon Ball, and many others. Artist Alex Solis decided to take these well-known characters and add a weird and even disturbing twist to them. Continue reading »

Artist Turns Generic Figurines into Ultra-Realistic Sculptures of Anime Characters

A talented Japanese artist uses airbrushes and classic brushes to transform generic plastic figurines of popular anime characters into custom works of art. Continue reading »

“Do You Look Like Your Cat?” A Memory Game: Match The Cats with Their Humans!

Whiskers on kittens aren’t the only attribute felines share with humans. Gerrard Gethings’ animal portraits make the case. For the memory card game Do You Look Like Your Cat? he found 25 people and their furry lookalikes. Just place the cards face down and collect pawsome matching pairs. Featured below are some of the best matches from this funny memory game. Continue reading »

“Client Error”: The Superb Digital Artworks of RETOKA

“We are Retoka, Toni López and Zara Castellanos, designers and digital artists from Barcelona. We love to experiment with colors, light effects, shapes and movement. We try to create a visual language that gives meaning and personality to our work.” Continue reading »

Beautiful ’60s Fashion Photography by Henry Clarke

Model in pink dress, 1960

Born in Los Angeles in 1918, Henry Clarke, a renowned fashion photographer, discovered his calling in 1945 whilst working as an accessorist at Condé Nast in New York. During an encounter with the Cecil Beaton during a photography session at Vogue’s studio, Clarke was entranced by the photographic image. He promptly abandoned his fashion job, borrowed a Rolleiflex camera and began taking pictures. Continue reading »

“Self-Portraits 2050”: Stunning 3D Series by Omar Aqil

Omar Aqil is an illustrator & art director based in Lahore, Pakistan. With this new series titled: ‘Self-Portraits 2050’, we follow Omar through this experimental journey and I totally dig them. It’s playful, filled with details and easter eggs of some sort. Overall it’s just an ‘assemble’ of beautiful and stunning pieces. Continue reading »

Abandoned As A Baby Due To Albinism, Xueli Grew Up To Become A Vogue Model

1 in 20,000 people worldwide is born with a genetic condition called albinism, and you’d think people should be aware of it by now, given how easily accessible information is nowadays. Continue reading »

“Light And Its Form of Absence”: Architecture Photography by Andres Gallardo Albajar

Andrés Gallardo Albajar is a self-taught photographer from Spain, living in Estonia at the moment. He got his first camera in 2012, and photography has been his passion ever since. Continue reading »

“City Life”: The Superb Contemporary Oil Paintings of Vincent Giarrano

Vincent Giarrano is an American painter and comic book illustrator. His paintings are marked by photographically realistic scenes of a carefully observed sense of place, offering small details of everyday life. Giarrano paintings feature contemporary women, depicting life in New York City. Continue reading »

Bishop Castle – an Elaborate and Intricate One-Man Project by Jim Bishop

Bishop Castle is an elaborate and intricate one-man project named after its constructor, Jim Bishop, that has become a roadside attraction in central Colorado. Continue reading »

Ben Chelouche Created Two 3D Alphabets For 36 Days Of Type Challenge

Typography can be atypical. Sure, there are fonts that we instantly recognize, but some go beyond that. Ben Chelouche accepted the 36 days of type challenge and created not just one, but two different alphabets. One was based around food, and the other was based on nostalgia. From avocados to zucchinis, from Atari to Zelda, he covered the whole range of the alphabet, and in turn, foods and nostalgic items. Continue reading »

The Incredible Delicated Tattoos of Eva Karabudak

Born in a small coastal town in Turkey, Eva Karabudak has gained international renown for her one-of-a-kind, intricately detailed, micro-realism tattoos. Continue reading »

“I See Faces”: Artist Ilan Adar Creates Amazing Stone Portraits

In an ongoing series, artist Ilan Adar scours shorelines for stones, carefully arranging them into striking faces that he then preserves through photography. Continue reading »

Louie Mattar’s Cadillac, the Car That Has Everything, 1952

Louie Mattar, a San Diego garage owner with a big imagination, who turned his 1947 Cadillac into a how-to guide for four-wheeled DIYers everywhere. When he bought a brand new Cadillac four years ago, the extra equipment his dealer offered was not enough and Mattar started to add a weird assortment of things that other motorists can only dream of. Continue reading »

“Excommunicated” Cat Waits to Be Absolved of Feline Sins Outside Temple Gate


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Japanese Twitter user Nori posts photos of cats he meets on the streets on his Twitter account. There’s a cat sitting in front of the gate of a temple in Japan. It looks as if a student came back to ask his master for forgiveness! Continue reading »

R-100 Airship: Inside a British “Flying Hotel”, 1929-1930

The R-100 moored in Cardington, England. 1929.

The R100 airship was built as part of a British government programme to develop airships to provide passenger and mail transport between Britain and the countries of the British Empire, including India, Australia and Canada. Originally, it was proposed that two airships be constructed: one, R101, to be designed and constructed under the direction of the Air Ministry, and the other, R100, to be built by a private company under a fixed price contract. Continue reading »

“Aloha from Hawaii”: Sunny Surfing Paintings by Jack Soren

Jack Soren is an artist based and from Hawaii, where he spent most of his life surfing, exploring the islands, and his passions. Continue reading »

Indonesian Man Creates a ‘Bionic Arm’ from Scrap Metal

Bali welding workshop owner I Wayan Sumardana suffered a stroke six months ago, which paralyzed his left arm. Using bits and pieces from his workshop, the vocational high school graduate cobbled together an arm brace. Continue reading »

Bathers Changing Clothes Using the ‘Skreenette’ at the Public Beach, 1929

The Skreenette, a new bathing tent, for the beach in 1929. It consists of a bell-shaped tent arranged with shoulder straps whereby the bather can dress and undress entirely screened, at the public beach and bath pool. Continue reading »

Swim 115 Feet Above London in the World’s Only See-Through Sky Pool

Suspended 35 meters above the ground, between two new residential buildings in London’s Nine Elms business district, the highly-anticipated Sky Pool makes you feel like you’re swimming through the sky. Continue reading »

Terrifying Plush Toys by Anna Sternik

UK-based artist Anna Sternik creates truly terrifying plush toys for kids, and sells them on her Etsy store. Featured below are some of her unholy creations. Let us know in the comments if you’d allow to play your kid with these! Continue reading »

Japanese Town Looks to Giant Squid Sculpture for Its Post-Pandemic Fortunes

When the Japanese government handed out millions of yen to local authorities to help revitalise the country’s post-pandemic economy it gave no stipulation as to how the money should be spent. A monumental sculpture of a goggle-eyed pink squid might not have been what was envisaged however. Continue reading »

Indian Artist Creates A Little Girl Character To Give More Life To His Macro Photos

The spheres of macro photography and illustration may seem unrelated, but actually, they’re not mutually exclusive. An artist from India, Vimal Chandran, brings these two spheres of art together, and as you’ll see, creates an unexpectedly powerful combination. First, he takes a close-up photo of flowers or other natural motifs, and then he draws the “Yellow Girl,” a character that he created himself, doing cute things that she does.“ Continue reading »

Ukrainian Artist Creates the Most Realistic-Looking Ball-Jointed Dolls

Anastasia, a talented artist from the Ukraine, creates ball-jointed dolls so realistic-looking that you’d be forgiven for mistaking them for real, live girls. Continue reading »