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The Impressive Contemporary Abstract Art Works of Beñat Olaberria

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Beñat Olaberria is a Basque artist living in London. His practice is about form, composition, rhythm and balance. His creative process starts with accidental and impulsive pencil drawings which sometimes are developed into multilayered prints and abstract paintings. Continue reading »

Futuristic Cylinder Homes by Guy Dessauges, 1966

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An alternative mode of high rise living, these futuristic homes were dreamed up by the Swiss architect and artist Guy Dessauges in the mid-1960s. The eccentric creator was obsessed with the idea of designing completely cylindrical buildings, inspired by the semi-circular forms of ancient cave dwellings and Roman vaulting. Continue reading »

Good Vibes: Creative Post-Design Inspirations by Grafikonelu

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Today we have some cool examples of post-design from Spain. Just a visual orgasm. Just relax and enjoy. Continue reading »

Graphic Designer Proposed How The Logos of Famous Brands Could Look Like

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Allan Peters is the Partner and Chief Creative Officer of Peters Design Company. At PDCo he has partnered with brands such as Nike, Amazon and Patagonia. Continue reading »

Microsoft Has Released a Collection of “Hardwear” Apparel – with “Serenity” T-Shirts and MS Paint Logos

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Microsoft is launching a new “Hardwear” clothing collection that includes a Windows XP T-shirt. If you’ve always wanted to wander the streets with the Windows XP bliss wallpaper strapped to your back, now is your time. The famous blue sky and green hill are emblazoned on a mustard or black tee, available for $60. Continue reading »

Half Human Half Elf: The Superb Fantasy Post-Design 3D Art Works of Andrei Sigarev

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A selection of very high quality works in the post-design style from Andrei Sigarev. Continue reading »

These Hilarious 19th-Century Photos Illustrate Different Levels of Drunkenness, 1860s

Stage 1: You’ve had a couple and can hold your own. Conversation is flowing and people are interested in what you have to say.
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These interesting photos, captured by photographer Charles Percy Pickering between 1863 and 1868, illustrate the ability of alcohol to transform a fine upstanding citizen into a staggering wreck. Across the five pictures, an upright, dignified gentleman slowly deteriorates into a sloppy drunk in a wheelbarrow. Continue reading »

The Superb Anamorphic 3D Street Art Murals by Truly

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Italian art collective Truly are back with their amazing anamorphic 3D artworks. Their impressive trompe-l’œil technique is as impressive as ever, with applications ranging from private offices to building façades. Continue reading »

Pet Bots: Studio Created Retro Characters from Classic Gaming Gadgets

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POKEDSTUDIO is a Cardiff based creative agency focusing on illustration, brand design and animation. Continue reading »

This Handmade Belly Fat Coffee Mug

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What better way to enjoy your morning coffee than from a mug that makes fun of your belly fat? You can also use it for tea, hot chocolate, milk, or your failed dreams to start exercising and eating healthy. Continue reading »

Vintage Found Photos of ’50s Young Girls in Swimsuits

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These vintage photos were found by Steven Martin that show young girls in swimsuits from the 1950s. The post-war economic boom meant that people were not only spending more money they also wanted luxurious new styles. This economic boom also resulted in the return of fashion. Continue reading »

Much Loved: Photographer Captures Nostalgic Photos of Old Stuffed Animals

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Award-winning Dublin-based portrait photographer Mark Nixon has created a wonderful, whimsical and nostalgic collection of images of individual stuffed animals that have been lovingly abused from years of play. Continue reading »

Palermo Viejo: Photographer Captured Abandoned Vintage Cars in Italy

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“Palermo Viejo” is a photography series by Brazilian Art Director Eduardo Fialho.

While studying advertising in Argentina, something caught Eduardo’s eye. he noticed many abandoned cars in the Palermo Viejo suburb, in Buenos Aires, and decided to document the beautiful decay of these neglected vintage cars. Continue reading »

The Superb Retro-Inspired Illustrations by Alexey Kot

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Poland-based illustrator Alexey Kot creates beautiful vintage-inspired artworks reminiscent of J. C. Leyendecker and Norman Rockwell’s work. Continue reading »

The Artist Shining a Light on Water Poverty in Ethiopia

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Born in Ethiopia in 1974, Aïda Muluneh left the country at a young age and spent an itinerant childhood between Yemen and England. After several years in a boarding school in Cyprus, she finally settled in Canada in 1985. In 2000, she graduated with a degree from the Communication Department with a major in Film from Howard University in Washington D.C. After graduation she worked as a photojournalist at the Washington Post, however, her work can also be found in several international publications. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images Of The 2022 Picfair Urban Wildlife Photography Awards

An amateur photographer who works in digital advertising has won the inaugural Picfair Urban Wildlife Photography Awards for his image of two coyotes on a dimly lit suburban street in Ontario. All Picfair profits on print sales will go to global conservation non-profit Re:Wild.

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‘I thought it was my car that had caught their attention as I rounded the corner, and maybe it had at first, but as I rolled down the window I heard it was another group of howling coyotes that had piqued their interest. I parked, turned the engine off, and frantically went to work with the camera … however, in the rush of that moment I was soon compelled to put my camera down and soak in the scene’. Photograph: Andrew Interisano/Picfair Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of The 2022 Australia’s National Photographic Portrait Prize

Wayne Quilliam’s Silent Strength, a photograph of Aurukun man Eric Yunkaporta, has won the 2022 national photographic portrait prize. Quilliam says the capture of Yunkaporta in ceremonial headwear is akin to a trickle of water merging into a small stream, then into the ocean.

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As Melbourne struggles through many days of restrictions, with limited options to play and learn for the kids, four-year-old astronaut Mia puts on her homemade space suit and helmet and goes on exploration missions in the familiar neighbourhood, using her imagination to turn the mundane world around her into an exciting adventure. This photograph is one of the memories from our daily walks, one of the stories we found. The lockdowns have ended. We’ll outgrow the costume. But the time spent together exploring and imagining is one special gift to keep. Photograph: Andrew Rovenko Continue reading »

A Drone In A Squash Court: Minimalist Aerial Photography Series by Brad Walls

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Brad Walls (previously featured) was born in Sydney in 1992. Despite studying Science, his preferred artistic medium is Aerial Photography. From 2019 to the present, Brad has been refining his style garnering international acclaim, setting new precedents in photographic expression. Continue reading »

Artist Painted Themed Rooms Featuring Celebrities And Animals, And Here’s The Result

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According to Maria Titan: “A year ago, I joined an Instagram challenge called ROOMPORTRAITCLUB. Every Saturday, a photo of a room is posted and artists from all around the world are invited to interpret it in any way they choose. This weekly challenge has become my weekly addiction. Continue reading »

Innovative Skyscraper Designs That Were Selected As The Winners And Honorable Mentions Of The 2021-2022 eVolo Magazine Skyscraper Competition

Hyper-mask Skyscraper. Honorable Mention 2022 Skyscraper Competition. Yu Liu, Junjie Hou, Jiaxi Shi, Hailin Wu, Ronghui Yang, Jiang An.
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eVolo is an architecture and design journal dedicated to technological advances, sustainability, and innovative design for the 21st Century and it has been hosting the Skyscraper Competition since 2006. Continue reading »

The Large-Scale Artworks & Street Art by Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada

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Rodriguez-Gerada’s portraits, performed as murals or as terrestrial interventions that can be seen from space, more than the artist’s mark, reflect other people’s imprints. They are part of a memory that refuses to solely be a passing signal. Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos of West Zealand County, Denmark in the Late 1930s

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West Zealand County (Danish: Vestsjællands Amt) is a former county in the west-central part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The county was formed on 1 April 1970, comprising a few former counties. The county was abolished effective January 1, 2007, when it merged into Region Sjælland (i.e. Region Zealand). Continue reading »

Weird T-Shirts With Very Confusing Messages

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Once in a while, you might see a t-shirt with a message that has been tailored very specifically to someone. Not necessarily you or a general crowd, just… someone. Here’s where @ShirtsThtGoHard comes into the picture. They have a great collection of weirdly specific t-shirts that that are vaguely threatening for no reason. Continue reading »

The Funniest Examples Of “You Had One Job” Fails

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Failure is a part of life. It can hurt, and for some it comes more often than for others. It can also teach us valuable lessons. But most importantly, when you have a single job to do and you mess it up, it can give us a good laugh when we need it the most. This “You Had One Job” gallery will make you crack a smile: it’s dedicated to hilarious occupational mishaps and stunning examples of extreme laziness. Continue reading »

A Wire Sculpture Dedicated to Ukrainian War-Affected Mothers Appeared in The Center of Prague

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A sculpture dedicated to Ukrainian mothers was installed in the center of Prague. It is made of thin metal and suspended in the air at a height of several meters. The author of the sculpture, Czech artist Veronika Psotkova, told about it on her Facebook page. Continue reading »