When Japanese artist Shigeto Hashimoto was invited to the beach by his wife, he likely wasn’t expecting to be greeted by an army of felines that would become a favorite of beachgoers, but that appears to be just what happened. Just a few days ago, Hashimoto shared photos from Kamakura’s Yuigahama beach that have become the talk of the town. Continue reading »
It’s easy to make dogs happy. Try giving them a delicious treat, squeaky toy or a good belly rub and they’ll have the best day ever. But do you know what the majority of dogs probably love the most? Sticks! That’s why people have started building stick (and toy) libraries, and it’s seriously adorable. Continue reading »
Kevin Krautgartner, born and raised in Germany, currently lives and works in Wuppertal. Already during his design studies, he devoted himself intensively to digital photography, which today is the core of his artistic work. Continue reading »
Johnny Smith attended Film school at the University of Texas and has since moved to LA. A script writer, actor, and producer, Smith turned to digital Collage out of frustration for a creative outlet which was more immediate. Continue reading »
Heal Bell is a Chicago based 3D animation artist creating high fashion artworks of powerful women appearing as monsters. The self taught artists has been featured in Felt Zine, Superchief Gallery and is rising to rapid success across the industry. Continue reading »
Created in partnership with Sino Group, Time Loop is an installation designed for Hong Kong’s Yue Man Square. It takes inspiration from the rich history of the surrounding Kwun Tong district, created as an infinite loop that echoes the constant change and pace of life in the city. Continue reading »
Have you ever been excited to see your favorite book getting a movie adaptation just to be left utterly disappointed? Or know all too well what it’s like to face the early mornings after your alarm clock went off and you haven’t gotten even nearly enough of that good night’s sleep? Continue reading »
Here are the single and series winners of the 2021 Black & White MonoVisions Photography Awards. There are total 12 categories in this contest like Abstract, Architecture, Conceptual, Fine Art, Landscapes, Nature and Wildlife, People, Photojournalism, Portrait, Street Photography and Travel.
The aim of MonoVisions Photography Awards to discover the best monochrome photographers from all over the world and deliver the best opportunities to be recognized and rewarded for their work.
The Cash prize of the series winner is $3000 and the single winner is $2000. You can submit your entries on their website for 2022.
I took the photo in my town of Rybnik at the beginning of winter. When I saw a swan swimming in the black water, I immediately felt that it was a symbolic image like a Yin & Yang. Continue reading »
The hands-free UFO raincoat may look silly, but while everyone else is struggling to juggle their bags and gadgets, and their umbrella, you’ll be getting the last laugh. Available in different sizes, it features a collapsible cap, folds up for easy transport, and comes with two underarm straps that prevent it from flying away. Continue reading »
What is love? Besides a hit song immediately popping into your head with the answer “baby don’t hurt me,” there is no right or wrong answer to this question. Continue reading »
These illustrations come from the book Astronomy (published 1875) by Jean Pierre Rambosson (1827-1886). Continue reading »
Food artist and grocery store meat manager Kieran Gormley uses ground beef and pork to create fantastic sculptures based on characters from video games and pop culture. When it comes to sculpting meat, the man is a total genius! Continue reading »
The Japanese illustrator known as Avogado6 uses the language everyone understands—and that is no language at all. It’s probably because the delicate topics and complex emotions he conveys are too difficult to describe with words, so this artist chooses thought-provoking visual stories in his unique style. Continue reading »
British Artist Crafts 19 Mosaic Portraits Of Real People Using Metal Scraps Found In Streets And Junkyards
Art comes in an infinite number of shapes, tastes, and sizes. And the more we as humans partake in art as a medium of expression, the more ways we end up finding to express ourselves. Continue reading »
Digital art is all around us. A lot of artists create artwork by merging photographs, creating surreal images. And that includes this French artist, Zak Eazy. Zak uses animals, architecture, and fragments of nature to create mystical fantasy illustrations that look like they’ve escaped dreamland. The artist also uses a lot of well-known monuments and places them where they shouldn’t be, creating a parallel, magical world. Continue reading »
According to Niki Colemont, a Belgium-based photographer: “I started with macro 5 years ago. I was inspired because it is a very underrated subject in photography and incredibly difficult to do. I have sold my macro equipment because I can’t combine it anymore with my wildlife photography. Never have I taken a course—making mistakes and trying again over and over is the best way to learn things. I’m happy to say now that I won a prize with one of these pictures. I hope you have fun looking at these pictures as I had fun making them. Peace.” Continue reading »
Prostitution in Paris, both street prostitution and prostitution from dedicated facilities has a long history but also its own modernity in the French capital. Prostitutes are mostly women but also include transgender people and men. Continue reading »
Here are the winners of “Wellcome Photography Prize 2021”. Our two winners for 2021 are ‘Untangling’, Jameisha Prescod’s picture of herself knitting to block out her depression during lockdown, and ‘Trans Woman: Between Colour and Voice’, Yoppy Pieter’s series chronicling how the Covid-19 pandemic has made life harder for trans women in Indonesia.
The two winning entries were chosen by a diverse panel of judges from more than 10,000 images submitted from all over the world. Entries spanned six categories: Managing Mental Health series and single image, Fighting Infections series and single image, and Health in a Heating World series and single image.
The other category winners show volunteers disinfecting a theatre near the origin of the first Covid-19 outbreak, a man struggling to survive in the aftermath of a cyclone, a fantasy of depression as a sinister, ever-present fish, and a community whose fertile wetlands have turned to desert.
Managing Mental Health (single image): Untangling by Jameisha Prescod
“The isolation of lockdown exacerbated London film maker Jameisha Prescod’s depression, as she spent most of her time in the concentrated chaos of this room. “It’s where I work a full-time job, eat, sleep, catch up with friends and most importantly cry.” Before long, she felt like she was “drowning in the clutter”. For escape, she turned to knitting, which helps to soothe her mind. It may not be a cure, but it does at least put “everything else on pause” for a while.” Continue reading »
Here are the winners of the 14th annual 2021 iPhone Photography Awards, here are we are displaying the top 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prize winners of 17 categories. Continue reading »
Anyone who has ever had long hair will tell you that it can be a real nuisance. It constantly gets tangled, caught on things, and worst of all, dips into food when you’re eating it. That’s why it’s no surprise that some people get tired of fighting their long hair and choose to cut it short – and that’s where Moscow-based hairstylist Kristina Katsabina comes into play. Continue reading »
Life can get boring pretty quick if you never take a moment to have a little laugh. And why not take that moment right now and read some short and hilarious “Wheat Comics” by artist Michael Crozier that we prepared for you today. Continue reading »
CJ Hendry is a talented artist whose detailed three-dimensional pencil drawings are virtually indistinguishable from high-definition photographs or computer-generated images. Continue reading »
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