An 80-Foot Steel Kraken Will Create An Artificial Coral Reef Near The British Virgin Islands

One day, a young marine mechanic and photographer named Owen Buggy noticed a ship called the “Kodiak Queen” in a shipyard in Road Town, Tortola… rusting away amongst other ships waiting being scrapped for metal. Owen envisioned sinking the ship as an artificial reef and curious about the ship’s origins, started doing some research. He quickly discovered the Kodiak Queen wasn’t just a normal fishing trawler— but a missing piece of World War II history. Continue reading »

“Song Of The Blackest Bird”: Amazing Concept Art By Darek Zabrocki

Darek Zabrocki is a concept artist and illustrator based in Gdansk, Poland. He started drawing at the age of 3 and at first it was nothing but his hobby. In 2007, he switched from traditional techniques to digital painting and began dealing with it professionally. His list of clients includes companies like: Ubisoft, Square Enix, Sony, Guerrilla Games, Axis Animation, BigPoint studio, Firaxis Games, 20th Century Fox, Isotx and more. Continue reading »

Mom Creates Famous Cartoon Characters From Healthy Meals

According to Laleh Mohmedi: “My name is Laleh, I have a son Jacob and a daughter Charlie. Sometimes we like to turn our healthy meals into art pieces! Continue reading »

Programmer Recreates Classic Artwork With Thread And A Mathematic Algorithm

Ani Abakumova and her husband Andrei Abakumov create string art replicas of famous paintings. Andrei makes computer calculations that show patterns for future images, then Ani winds coloured strings around nails hammered around a plywood board. Continue reading »

Art Object Dedicated To The Fire Problem In Siberia

1,6 million hectares of Siberia are in fire – 232 hot spots are detected. 1,13 million hectares are in flames in Yakutia. The smoke spreaded to the Volga region and Kazakhstan. Continue reading »

When Food Become Alive By Charlotte Love

Charlotte Love is a London based photo stylist. She studied visual communication and illustration at Bournemouth Arts Institute. She graduated 11 years ago and she has been freelance ever since. Continue reading »

Taiwanese Artist Creates An Epic Blue Mountain-Scape, As A Result Of Hundreds Of Image Layers

The epic blue mountain-scape you see above is a composite of hundreds of image layers. But they weren’t made with Photoshop — or a digital camera, for that matter. Continue reading »

Runner Uses The Streets Of San Francisco As His Canvas, Maps Out Artistic Designs With His Routes

Jogging is a truly healthy activity for both physical and mental health; we all know this already. For some people, it comes naturally. For others, it’s either a struggle not worth contemplating or just a little, well, boring. Continue reading »

The Snail Family In Medieval Art

Erik Wade presents us with a bestiary of sorts, a collection of medieval snail art that shows how medieval monks combined snails with people, cats, dogs, deer, unicorns, birds, chickens, rabbits, monkeys, pigs, and other creatures. Maybe there’s some symbolism here, but I believe that snails are just an easy doodle that you can turn into something else. If you make half the animal a snail, then you don’t have to draw legs or whatever- just a spiral. Continue reading »

“Dressed In Light”: Fine Art Photo Series By Dani Olivier

To shoot these stunning nude portraits, Paris-based photographer Dani Olivier dressed his models with nothing but light, using their bodies as a canvas, combined with a series of geometric patterns to celebrate the beauty of the female form. Continue reading »

Amazing LEGO Creations Inspired By Classical Art Pieces

Maurits Cornelis Escher’s Relativity

Andrew Lipson

There’s this weird correlation between LEGOs and life stages. If, at first, your only interest is to chew the blocks and smash them into one another, then later you actually start to build something out of them. After a while, your LEGO bricks are probably thrown into a dark corner of a closet, with only a few sneaky pieces left lying around for you to step on and swear loudly. Some years pass, and you suddenly remember your long-forgotten LEGO bricks, pull them out of the closet and start playing around, right when you thought you’re fully grown-up and toys are not for you anymore. These people, though, took their revived love for LEGO creations a step further and re-did classical art pieces accurately only by using LEGOs. Continue reading »

What Art Icons Would Look Like In Today’s Society

A classic of the genre is taking iconic figures of yesteryear and updating them in today’s fashion. We had a previous post that did just that, taking icons of art history and making them into hipsters. Now we are back with a similar concept, this time from UntitledSave, an artist based in Porto, Portugal. Continue reading »

This Artist Reimagines Old Myths & Legends In His Unique, Dark Style

War Omen
War arrives, with deafening roars, endless flame, and an unquenchable hunger for destruction. He hides in no shadow preferring instead to be seen by all, for the more who see him the more his deeds can be spread.

According to Adam Burn: “A few years back I started a personal art project redesigning the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in my own style, dubbing them Omens. Continue reading »

Japanese Latte Artist Creates Beautiful And Colourful Depictions Of Various Bird Species

Japanese artist Ku-san is a home barista who has taken on latte art as a hobby. As the owner of a pet bird, she has combined both her passions and depicts various colourful bird species in gorgeous designs. Continue reading »

“Salt In Your Wounds”: The Astonishing Fantasy Works Of Zeen Chin

Zeen Chin is a self-taught artist based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Drawing upon a mysterious well of horror films, memories, and mysticism, his digital paintings are wildly elegant and unpredictable; scrolling from one image to the next, you can never predict (nor comprehend) what you will see next. Continue reading »