Walter Pichler’s Futuristic Visions from the ’60s

TV-Helmet (Portable living room), 1967

Prototypes, a series of sculptures made in the ’60s by Walter Pichler, explore the overlap of architecture/design/sculpture. The materials (polyester, Plexiglas, PVC, aluminum, inflatable elements) used by the Austrian artist were new at the time. Continue reading »

“Somewhere Somehow”: The Superb Dark and Surreal Photoworks of Lidija

These photoworks take me in a mystical atmosphere of childhood fears. It’s very dark and surreal. Unfortunately, there is no information about the author, except that she is from Serbia. Continue reading »

The 3D Concept Design Artworks of Farid Ghanbari

Farid Ghanbari, known as Renderburger is the MPC art director and founder of renderburger. Farid is a renowned creative in the industry with a strong background as a CG Generalist working on designs, from object, characters and simulations for more than 13 years. Continue reading »

An Artist Makes a Giant Sculpture of G-7 Leaders Out of Electronic Waste


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A giant Mount Rushmore-style sculpture made out of electronic waste depicting G7 leaders has been erected in Cornwall. Continue reading »

It’s Mysterious Circles in Japan: Drone Captures Circles of Trees


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Thanks to drones, the Miyazaki prefectural government captures a pair of mysterious circles made of cedar trees at its forest management site. Continue reading »

Mirrored Ceiling Makes Bookstore Look Like an Infinite Library


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Dujiangyan Zhongshuge, a bookstore in Dujiangyan, China, relies on strategically placed mirrors and gleaming black tile floor to create a stunning illusion that makes the place look like an infinite bookworm’s paradise. Continue reading »

“End of All Times”: Breathtaking Dystopian Fantasy Worlds of Gal Barkan

Gal Barkan is an Art Director, 3d visualization artist, visual designer & music creator, based in Israel. Continue reading »

“Into the Storm…”: Daredevil Photographer Captures Incredible Storm Chasing Images

Justin Snead is originally from McColl in Marlboro County but for several years, he’s been storm chasing across the country. Check out his incredible photos! Continue reading »

Artist Spent Over 60 Days Making A Graphic Novel Version Of The “Hotel California” Song

According to Swarnavo Datta: “I have been a fan of the song Hotel California by Eagles since I was a kid. As an adult, I fell in love with the idea of Graphic Novels. So I decided to join them together and visually imagine the song in my own way. This was a series that I ran on my Instagram page. Hope you enjoy it.” Continue reading »

This Unusual Cafe In Russia Will Make You Feel Like You Stepped Into A Cartoon


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If you happen to like interesting spaces, we are pretty sure Café Bw (which has two different cafes located both in Moscow and Sankt Petersburg, Russia) is the perfect place for you to visit. Continue reading »

Angelina Jolie at 1995 Marcel Indik Photoshoot

It was 1995, and as a young starlet set to appear in her first leading role, she was on the cusp of fame and fortune. And in this photoshoot, Angelina Jolie proved why she went on to become one of Hollywood’s most sultry superstars. Continue reading »

Post-Soviet Russia in Provocative Visual Mise-en-Scenes of Sergey Chilikov

Sergey Chilikov (1953-2020) is one of the most outstanding practitioners of the ‘new’ photography which emerged in the USSR in the 1970s. Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos of the 1953 Cadillac Le Mans

The Cadillac Le Mans was a concept car designed by Harley Earl and developed by Cadillac. It was named for the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France, in which Cadillac competed in 1950. Continue reading »

“In Final Diaboli”: Fantastic 3D Occult Hyperreal Sculpting by Archangel

Vasudev Singh Chauhan is a 3d digital and environmental artist, based in India.

“Hey, I’m Archangel, an abstract artist with strong affinity to hyper surrealism and occultism. I’ve been making digital artworks for 2 years with special focus on sculpting occult abstracts since October 2020, mostly specializing in gothic and dark themes. I try to simulate emotions in the form of dark and derelict artworks.” Continue reading »

“Emptiness”: Existential Russia in Surreal Artworks of Ksenia Gudkova

Ksenia Gudkova was not written about in the press, she didn’t organize any exhibitions – she painted her own pictures, took photos and published them on social networks. I accidentally saw Ksenia’s work and decided to correct this injustice. Look, what a beauty! Continue reading »

“Infected Mind”: The Superb Everyday Crypto Artworks of Klarens Malluta

Klarens Malluta is a self-taught Visual Artist, creating something new everyday, since 2017. His style is considered retro-futuristic, vaporwave, glitchy and trippy, but he likes to explore and create subjective creations that can make you feel something. Continue reading »

“Cybermancer”: The Superb 3D Digital Concept Artworks of Kirill Maksimchuk

Kirill Maksimchuk is an art director, digital artist, motion designer based in Kaliningrad, Russia. Has been contracted for Nike, Google, Mercedes, Samsung, Bayer, Macallan and other companies. His projects have been listed in the modern design trends. Has several dozens of awards in the following categories: digital art, motion design, illustration. Was a guest jury at the London Digital Art Exhibition “Digital Decade 5” in 2017. Took part in the Australian festival “Pause Fest 2019” as a guest motion designer. Korean Museum of Modern Art in Seoul exhibited the projects twice. Continue reading »

The Cyberflora Kinetic Art of Julia Nizamutdinova

Julia Nizamutdinova (Julia Cyberflora) — multidisciplinary artist, designer, inventor.

Her work is a continuous experiment with materials, technologies, and form. The study of the boundaries of art and design, real and virtual, living and nonliving, the structure of organisms and futuristic architectural objects. This process is like evolution. creatures and structures resulting from this evolution are called Cyberflora. Continue reading »

Vish Maradia Photographed Herself To Portray Anxiety With The Help Of Photo Manipulation

“I never knew this feeling until I lost my job in April 2019. Made some wrong career decision and I got stuck. Didn’t know what to do next. Income source had stopped, self-confidence had weakened. Spent hours and hours crying in the bathroom. Was finding no way out. I felt it for the first time: Anxiety—a never-changing feeling. I felt it then and I am feeling it today also. This is a series about my feelings called “Self Portrait – Anxiety Series.”” Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of The Siena Creative Photo Awards 2021

Here is the list of winners of the Siena Creative Photo Awards 2021. Photo of the year won by Iranian photographer Masoud Mirzaei for his photo “The Lake”. It was selected among tens of thousands of images submitted by photographers from 137 countries. The Creative Photo Awards competition includes 17 categories for contemporary photographers, whose innovative approaches to photography challenge the viewer’s expectations and offer surprise and delight at every turn.

The winning images for each category will be showcased at the exhibition “I Wonder If You Can” during the Siena Awards Festival, from October 23rd to December 5th.

Photo of the year – The Lake by Masoud Mirzaei

“Lake Urmia, the largest lake in the Middle East and the sixth-largest saltwater lake on Earth, is located between the provinces of East Azerbaijan and West Azerbaijan.” Continue reading »

American Artist Creates TriColored And Galaxy Like Surrealism Art

Josh Herrington creates a new aesthetic of surrealism with rainbow-like coloring. Originally from Austin, Texas, Herrington creates unique and thought-provoking surrealistic work. Herrington’s biggest addition to his style is that he will often replace a specific feature of his model with something extraordinary. This imagery holds great weight and impact, especially with the tones and shapes that he chooses to use. Continue reading »

Crochet Taxidermy: Perfect For People Who Hate Harming Animals

Love the look of taxidermy, but hate the whole dead animal part? Maybe it’s time you stepped up to the wonderful world of crochet taxidermy that can be found on Etsy from various crafty people who make and sell them! Continue reading »

Jess Ebsworth Wants Her Trippy Illustrations to “Transport You to Somewhere New and Exciting”

From posters for a cult ramen supper club to creating “The Garden of Weeden”, the illustrator tells us about her dreamy briefs. Continue reading »

“The Last Man on Earth”: Melancholy Aesthetics in Chilling Photoworks by Jermaine Saunders

Jermaine Saunders is an LA based designer and motion artist.

“I love to create artwork by parodying mass media exaggerating certain formal aspects inherent to our contemporary society. Investigating the dynamics of landscape, including the manipulation of it’s effects and the limits of spectacle based on our assumptions of what landscape means to us. Rather than presenting a factual reality, an illusion is fabricated to conjure the realm of our imagination,” he writes. Continue reading »

This Instagram Account Combines Brutalist Architecture With Giant Cats

Brutalist architecture emerged during the 1950s in the UK and are characterised by minimalist constructions that showcase the bare building materials and structural elements over decorative design. @cats_of_brutalism adds giant cats to such buildings to insert some weirdly funny retro-futuristic feeling into them. Scroll down for the best examples! Continue reading »