Creative & Beautiful Photos Of The Dogs At Home During The Lockdown By Ria Putzker

According to a photographer: “Hello, I am Ria Putzker, a 23-year old professional photographer from Austria and my favorite thing in the world is photography. My main subjects are all kinds of dogs! I love to show their unique personality and want to bring a smile to those people who look at my photos. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Recreates Popular Female Characters from Video Games in Sensual 3D

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According to Alexander Sherman: “My name is Alexander and for several years I have been showing people that 3d video game erotic can be both beautiful and sensual. Continue reading »

21 Watercolors That Show How The Sun And Shadows Change Cities

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Maja Wrońska is an architect, watercolorist, and freelance illustrator based in Poland. She creates mostly watercolors that focus on architecture and cities. Among others, he works were exhibited at the Biennale of Architecture in Venice, on the set of several TV shows. She is also an author of the Grönby motif for IKEA. Continue reading »

Artist Spent 2 Years and 10,000 Lego Pieces Building This Brutalist House

According to Andy Donaldson: “I made Erno Goldfinger’s brutalist masterpiece Trellick Tower (London W10) out of Lego, using 10,000+ pieces, a few photos, and some measuring tape.” What a fantastic project! Continue reading »

Being Belgian Living In Taiwan, This Artist Discovered Many New And Special Things, Illustrated 100 Of Them

According to Liesbeth Cole: “When living in a foreign country, you always discover new things that raise your eyebrows, make you laugh, or give you a certain emotion. Continue reading »

Incredible Concept Art Of Our Favorite Pop Culture Characters And More By Michael Kutsche

Michael Kutsche (previously) is an exceptionally well-known and award-winning artist from Berlin, Germany that currently works in both traditional and digital media. Kutsche mainly focuses on character design and concept art. Continue reading »

“Berlin Love”: Minimalist Architecture in Surreal Photography By Simone Hutsch

Berlin is a city in Germany that never stands still. This surrealistic series features a mix of popular pre-and post-war buildings. Continue reading »

Selection of Finalists for Bird Photographer of the Year 2021


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These are a selection of the finalists of the prestigious Bird Photographer of the Year 2021 Photo Competition. With species from around the world, the shortlist offers a stunning look at birdlife across the planet. Highlights range from a face-off between a white-tailed sea eagle and fox in Japan, to a nuthatch landing in a garden in Solihull, UK. Continue reading »

Satirical and Absurd Illustrations From JJ Grandville’s Un Autre Monde, 1844

‘Un Autre Monde: Transformations, Visions, Incarnations Et Autres Choses’ by JJ Grandville (1803-1847) was published by H. Fournier of Paris in 1844. The illustrations are, as the book’s sole reviewer at the Internet Archive puts it, “nutty, weird and wonderful – funny and strange.” The work is “very good!”. It is. Continue reading »

Russian Photographer Takes Portraits With Real Animals And People Say Her Works Look Like They’re Straight From A Fairy Tale

These pictures are what dreams and fairytales are made of—Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova (previously) creates beautiful portraits that balance between the real and surreal. While she nails lighting, composition, and other important aspects of the craft, arguably the most impressive feature of Plotnikova’s work is her feature of animals that we aren’t used to seeing in fine-art photography. Like a bear. Or a moose. Continue reading »

“The Last Summer in St. Tropez”: International Exotic Glamourwear Catalogue, 1980

The International Exotic Glamourwear Catalogue clearly was the clothing outlet of choice for 1980s prostitutes. But that’s not to say these sleazy styles aren’t worthy of ogling – indeed, there’s something about the tacky splendor of 80s “exotic glamourwear” that guys love. Continue reading »

Translating Emotions and Memories into Digital Artworks

Ankita, or popularly known as Maromi Sagi, is a freelance digital artist from Kolkata. Primarily a self-taught artist, Maromi plunged into the world of art after quitting her job at an IT firm. Continue reading »

Cozy Past in Romantic and Nostalgic Paintings by Philipp Kubarev

Philipp Kubarev is the artist who soulfully depicts familiar images of the Soviet past, bringing back its warmth and romantic appeal. Nothing special – drinks, food, interiors… but it seems you feel the taste of those painted dishes, bubbles of champagne in the glass… Continue reading »

Breiðamerkursandur – Iceland’s Stunning Diamond Beach


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A black sand beach littered with huge chunks of glistening ice has become one of the most visited attractions in Iceland, and for good reason, it looks like something out of a fantasy movie. Continue reading »

Wolseley-Vickers “Wheel-Cum-Track” Car, 1926

If you’ve ever gotten a car stuck in the mud, snow, or any other kind of slippery surface, then you have an idea of how helpful having tank-style tracks can be in specific scenarios. Obviously, though, there are disadvantages to driving a tank around city streets, but that’s a problem that Wolseley-Vickers attempted to solve with its “Wheel-Cum-Track” car all the way back in 1926. Continue reading »

#FleshEmoji: Enthusiasts Fed Emojis Into a Neural Net and Made Them Human, Creepy Results Will Be Sold as NFTs

#FleshEmoji is the inaugural NFT project from the art collective ArtEveryDay. Each artwork is based on the Unicode emoji faces, with each one being fed through a neural network trained on human faces. Continue reading »

“Broken Promises”: 80s Anime Aesthetic in Artworks by Ana Aleksov

Anime emerged when Japanese filmmakers discovered and began to use American, German, French and Russian animation strategies within the first 1900s. Continue reading »

Spanish Hairdresser Develops a Digital Printing Technique on Hair

The Barcelona-based stylist and hairdresser Alexis Ferrer presents an amazing printing technique developed with the studio X-presion Creativos that offers a new look to your hair. Continue reading »

“Tubeland”: Artist Yi Chul Hee Creates Amazing and Innovative Pipe Sculptures

Korean artist Yi Chul Hee makes astounding, imaginative sculptures out out of stacked layers of pipes. Carefully shaped hollow tubes are the foundation of surprising shapes and structures. Continue reading »

A Japanese Artist Created a Minimalist Campaign for Sony PlayStation

Japanese artist Cokohore11 transposes PlayStation’s codes into real life. It’s not an official campaign, but it’s very clean. Unfortunately, there is no information about the artist. Continue reading »

“The Hunter”: Superb Character and Concept Artworks of Andrei Riabovitchev

Andrei was born in 1968 in Aphseronsk, South Russia. He moved to Moscow to study engineering then found his way into the animation industry. He had always loved art as a youngster and has been working as an artist ever since! Andrei has worked his way through all the different stages involved in making an animation film. Continue reading »

World’s Tallest Supermodel and Olympian Breaks Internet with Lady Dimitrescu Resident Evil Cosplay

This is Ekaterina Lisina, a bronze medal-winning Olympian with the Russian basketball team and now model, with what is surely the most 1:1 cosplay possible of Resident Evil’s Lady Dimitrescu. Continue reading »

“Vulnerable”: Photography Book’s Beautiful Portraits of Indigenous Peoples from Ethiopia to Remote Russia and Myanmar

It’s not easy to experience other cultures right now, but through a stunning new photography book you can get a beguiling insight into the world’s most colourful communities from the comfort of your own home. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Portraits Of New Yorkers Using Colored Pencils And Pastels

According to Olya Nik: “My name is Olya Nik. I moved to New York from Russia a few years ago and was amazed by the city’s vibe. I was happy to see people of all cultures and descents on the city streets who express themselves with their style so freely that I couldn’t resist making photographs and sketches and then completing the artworks in color at home. Continue reading »

“Life is Good”: Sensual Close-Up Photography by Alisa Karin

Close-ups, play on fabrics, fashionable creations… Alisa Karin’s Instagram account is light, sensual and fun. By placing women – and more precisely their mouth – at the heart of her compositions, the 22-year-old photographer plays with the diktat of the male gaze by diverting its codes. Continue reading »