New Banksy Artworks Spotted in Gorleston, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft

Looks like Banksy is spending his summer holidays in the UK as a few pieces have just popped up in Gorleston, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. As usual with the elusive British artist, he dropped a series of brilliant works which are sure to be enjoyed by the local vacationers. Continue reading »

Artist Classified Pop Culture Characters By Species And Here Are What 11 Teams Look Like

According to Linda Bouderbala: “This is what inspired me to create this new series, in which I classify all these characters with their fellow creatures of the same species as if we were doing a big family photo. Here are my first teams, I hope you will like them!” Continue reading »

Wide-Leg Jeans: The Weird Fashion Style of the 1990s

Wide-leg jeans, colloquially called baggy pants, are a style of clothing that were popular from the early 1990s to the mid 2000s. The quintessential brand of “hip-hop”-style wide-leg jeans comes from the Los Angeles-based JNCO (“Judge None Choose One”), although other youth- and ethnic-oriented clothing companies manufacture them as well. Continue reading »

“Between Heaven and Hell”: The Dark Digital Artworks of James Suret

James Suret is a UK based artist who specializes in creating dark and emotive artwork. Using 3D and 2D techniques to create digital sculptures and illustrations, James’ work has been included in several books and magazines worldwide in print and online. Follow him on Instagram for regular updates. Continue reading »

“Life is Peachy”: The Superb Brightful Girly Characters by Igor Lomov

According to an artist: “Hi, I am Igor and my nickname is Blik_47. I am a certified art teacher, used to work as a graphic designer for many years but my true calling is to create digital art. I post things on social media (always as Blik_47) in both Russian (my native language) and English. Continue reading »

Bizarre Pair of Shoes Called “Soles” Ardèche From the Late 19th Century

This footwear, called “Soles”, made in the Ardèche region of France in the 19th century. The soles are heavy duty shoes whose soles are studded with sharp blades. They were in wood for the sole, leather for the portion covering the foot and metal for the dents. Continue reading »

This Instagram Account Documents a World of Anonymous Street Style in New York

We’ve all seen those “candid” paparazzi shots of celebrities. They know they’re going to be photographed, so they come armed with a strategic (and eye-catching) ensemble, which is often executed by a professional stylist. But the next time you’re wandering around Manhattan and hear the sound of a camera shutter going off, watch out for photographer Johnny Cirillo—because he could be taking your picture, not a celebrity’s. Continue reading »

Once Upon A Time, You Could Ride a Train Right Through the Orange Groves in Southern California

“These cards seems to be part of an advertising campaign by the Southern California Tourist Agency. It probably isn’t, but it certainly highlights the attitude that people had about Southern California. Imagine, Easterners coming to Southern California for the first time and, as the train passes through the orange groves to get to Los Angeles, crowding the back platform of the last car to get a better look at the trees laden with fruit! Continue reading »

“We Were Once Alive”: 100-Year-Old Portraits from Rural Sweden by John Alinder

Sävasta, Altuna parish, 1910–20

From the 1910s to the 1930s, John Alinder portrayed the local people of rural Sweden, the landscape around them and their way of life. Alone, in pairs or in groups, the people stand facing the photographer’s camera. Continue reading »

The Art of the National Parks: Beautiful Posters Celebrating Famous US Parks

Great Smoky Mountains by Chris Turnham

ART OF THE NATIONAL PARKS is a beautiful art book that displays the unique beauty of each U.S. National Park, as captured by the Fifty-Nine Parks Print Series. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Lovely Illustrations That Might Brighten Your Day

Images are a form of expression which tries to communicate something to us. While some images express only a limited amount of things, illustrations by Maia Zeidan speak volumes about love, comradery, wonder, and other positive things. Continue reading »

Random Facts About The World That Might Change Your Perspective On Certain Things

It’s never too late to learn something. And Factourism is probably the best place online to do so.

Created by Ferdio, an infographic agency in Copenhagen, Denmark, it shares cool facts about our world — whether it’s the inventor of the office wheelchair or the most frequently used password, everyone and everything has its place on Factourism.

And that’s the beauty of it. You never know what these guys will drop next! Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates What It’s Like To Live With An IT Guy And Their Dog In Wholesome Comics

Meet a 30-year-old Chinese comic illustrator Bonnie Pang, the person behind the popular webcomic series called the “ITguyARTgirl.” Continue reading »

1934 Peugeot 601 Eclipse, the First Automatic Retractable Hardtop for an Automobile

Fixed-roof cars of the early 20th century could feel claustrophobic. But convertibles of the time were often leaky, drafty, noisy, and insecure. The advanced solution came from Peugeot in 1934, with the introduction of the retractable hardtop on its luxurious 601. The self-storing roof structure automatically disappeared behind the passenger’s compartment into a space revealed by the reverse-opening rear deck in lieu of the trunk. Continue reading »

Adorable Sand Cats Become Japanese Beach’s Landmark After Taking Over

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 »

People Are Building Dog Libraries, And It’s Adorable

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 »

“Eternal Monuments in The Dark”: Photograher Captures Brutalist Beauty Of Fragments of The Socialist Era

According to Xiao Yang, a Chinese urban explorer and photographer, based in Spain: “I’m a photographer and designer who is from Beijing, China. Since 2018, I have moved to Spain to live. I studied and worked as a user experience designer in my past career. Photography may not be my full-time job, but it’s definitely my full-time obsession.” Continue reading »

“Braided Rivers”: Beautiful Landscapes From Above By Kevin Krautgartner

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 »

“pervARTed”: This Artist Creates Naughty But ‘Safe For Work’ Photo Manipulations

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 »

“Time For Your Extraction Honey”: The Incredible Bizarre 3D Collectibles by Heal Bell

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 »

Paul Cocksedge’s Time Loop Represents the Transformation of The Hong Kong Neighborhood

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 »

Artist Makes Witty And Quirky Inanimate Object Illustrations That Are Oddly Relatable

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 »

Spectacular Winning Images Of 2021 Black & White MonoVisions Photography Awards

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.

Abstract, Single: 1st Place by Marcin Giba, Poland

Harmony
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 »

This UFO Raincoat Is So Much Better Solution Than an Umbrella!

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 »

Humorous Comic Fat Lady Postcards by Donald McGill From the Early 20th Century

Donald McGill (January 28, 1875 – October 13, 1962) was an English graphic artist whose name has become synonymous with the genre of saucy postcards, particularly associated with the seaside (though they were sold throughout the UK). Continue reading »