While men’s fashion didn’t change as dramatically throughout the 20th century as women’s fashion, 1980s men’s fashion trends and styles developed new looks alongside a resurgence of older styles. Continue reading »
Creative director and 3D artist Alexander is not your average creative – having discovered his love for creativity and design, he found little use for his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance. Continue reading »
American artist Debbie Daniels is a photorealistic oil painter. Her work consists of oil paintings based on the seaside and scenery in and around the San Juan Islands. Continue reading »
Self-taught artist and designer Kate Marchenko uses a unique, personalized art technique of embroidery on tulle fabrics. Based in Moscow, Kate takes on both elaborate patterns and portraits in 3D form. Continue reading »
“Fat Bear Week” is a weeklong, bracket-style elimination contest that pits the bulkiest bears of Katmai National Park against one another. At this time of the year bears are embracing their ursine urge to eat like there’s no tomorrow and fortify themselves for winter hibernation. Continue reading »
If you’re a fan of graffiti you might be familiar with the works of Pierrot, who goes by the nickname of Scaf. He makes incredible 3D street art that might confuse or maybe even scare off passersby with its realism. Continue reading »
Meet the artist behind the name “Fruit gone bad”. The NY cartoonist’s 80k+ followers on Instagram absolutely love the jokes and sense of humor the artist has! In a world where broccoli can cuss and chilis are up to no good in your intestines, just what kind of personalities do they have? Well, it’s up to you to find out! Continue reading »
The jack-o’-lantern tradition dates back centuries, when people in Ireland decorated turnips, beets, and potatoes to frighten away a mythical character named Stingy Jack. Irish immigrants brought the tradition to America, home of the pumpkin, and the popular fruit became an integral part of Halloween. Continue reading »
The winners of the Natural History Museum’s prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Karine Aigner’s remarkable image of a buzzing ball of cactus bees spinning over the hot sand on a Texas ranch won the Grand Title award. ‘Wings-whirring, incoming males home in on the ball of buzzing bees that is rolling straight into the picture. The sense of movement and intensity is shown at bee-level magnification and transforms what are little cactus bees into big competitors for a single female,’ said chair of the jury, Rosamund Kidman Cox.
New life for the tohorā by Richard Robinson, New Zealand | Winner, oceans: the bigger picture
A hopeful moment for a population of whales that has survived against all odds. Hindered by poor visibility, Robinson used a polecam to photograph the whales gradually moving towards his boat. Pushing his camera to its limits, he was relieved to find the image pin-sharp and the moment of copulation crystallised in time. Known by the Māori as tohorā, the New Zealand population was hunted to near extinction in the 1800s, so every new calf offers new hope. Deas Head, Auckland Islands, New Zealand Photograph: Richard Robinson/Wildlife Photographer of the Year Continue reading »
Here are some of the top images in the global photography competition which attracted more than 100,000 entries from 196 different countries and territories. The competition is divided into six categories: people and nature, landscape, water, wildlife, climate, and plants and fungi.
Grand prize winner. Branching Out by Li Ping, China
On either side of a highway in Tibet, gullies formed by rainwater erosion span out like a tree. Photograph: Li Ping/Courtesy TNC Photo Contest 2022 Continue reading »
The Ocean Photographer of the Year is a celebration of our beautiful blue planet, as well as a platform to highlight the many plights it is facing.
Ocean photographers of all disciplines and experience levels – amateurs and professionals alike – are invited to submit their most impactful imagery to be judged by a panel of some of the world’s leading ocean photographers, including International Photography Hall of Fame inductee Paul Nicklen, founder of the International League of Conservation Photographers, Cristina Mittermeier, and Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Shawn Heinrichs.
A total of nine categories will be judged, with the overall winner crowned the Ocean Photographer of the Year in September this year.
Ocean Photographer of the Year 2022 – Second place – Katherine Lu. A blanket octopus shows off its beautiful patterns and colours, Philippines. (Photo by Katherine Lu/Ocean Photographer of the Year 2022) Continue reading »
Funny comics are a sure way to brighten someone’s day, and that’s exactly what comedy writer and illustrator Steve Nelson does! Continue reading »
Ema Rajabova is an artist with a great passion for Disney. She creates a lot of fan art, but one of her projects draws our attention the most. She has united the characters from movies and cartoons in one drawing in a way that it seems like they met up in the same universe. Continue reading »
We reached the point when artificial intelligence got so advanced we can generate all kinds of images without putting a lot of effort into it. The only thing that is needed here is ideas. And oh boy, there are so many of them, the Internet is exploding! So, today, we want to share something interesting we’ve stumbled upon. Continue reading »
According to Jean Marie Smith: “I absolutely adore Halloween! Ever since I was a kid it has always been my favorite holiday. I was lucky enough to get in on the ground floor of a local Halloween event 16 years ago and went from face painting to sculpting and painting hay bales. Continue reading »
In today’s world, it’s easy to forget that everyday life used to be a lot different. People wore different clothes, read encyclopedias, and used rotary phones. Continue reading »
Independent illustrator from Kyiv, Ukraine, Nina Dzyvulska is greatly passionate about merging the two worlds of motherhood with her art. She studied at the Kiev Academy of Arts and Architecture. Her brightly coloured, fun loving illustrations portray a sense of joy and youthfulness. Continue reading »
Quim Marin is an art director and designer from Barcelona. According to the artist, the visually polluted environment of today calls for fresh and memorable designs with a clear aim at essential beauty and equilibrium. Continue reading »
Albert Andersen is a Danish freelance graphic designer and 3D artist. While studying at the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX), he developed his signature psychedelic style using a mix of 3D renders, visual feedback loops, and lots of scanned textures. He now helps musicians, tech companies, and many others by creating expressive album art and unique visual brand reinterpretations. Continue reading »
South African photographer Justin Dingwall worked in collaboration with fashion designer Roman Handt to produce the fantastic ‘Rerouted’ series of portraits. Continue reading »
Brice aka Mr.Xerty is a freelance graphic designer & illustrator specialized in digital-art since 2007. He is now settled in Lille (North-France) after 12 years freelancing in Paris. Continue reading »
Daniel Sian, born in Brazil and based in Auckland, is a great CGI and 2D illustrator. His workflow ranges from a simple retouch in Photoshop to a complex composition with modelling, 3D rendering, photo integration and animation. And in all cases there is a creative process that develops before the production of the image. And when necessary, it is also part of his job to create a layout or presentation concept. Continue reading »
Felipe Pantone is an Argentinian-Spanish artist. He started doing graffiti at the age of 12. He graduated with a Fine Art degree in Valencia (Spain) where his studio is based. Pantone’s work deals with dynamism, transformation, digital revolution, and themes related to the present times. Continue reading »
Steve Jobs Showing Andy Warhol How To Use a Macintosh Computer that Sean Lennon Received for His 9th Birthday in 1984
It was October 9, 1984, and Steve Jobs was going to a nine-year-old’s birthday party. He’d been invited just a few hours earlier by journalist David Scheff, who was wrapping up a profile of the Apple Computer wunderkind for Playboy. Jobs was far from the highest-profile guest, however. Walter Cronkite, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Louise Nevelson, John Cage, and singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson were also in attendance. And Yoko Ono, of course—it was her son’s birthday, after all. Continue reading »