Stunning Shots Feature Brilliant Yellows, Reds, Blues & Purples As An Array Of Sunlight Hits The Water At The Perfect Time
These kaleidoscopic images are the work of one persistent photographer’s efforts to capture vibrant hues at the exact moment a wave breaks. Ryan Pernofski‘s stunning shots feature brilliant yellows, reds, blues and purples as an array of sunlight hits the water at the perfect time. Continue reading »
Roger Perry’s photographs of graffiti in 1970s London were compiled in the 1976 book The Writing On The Wall. Perry (1944 – 1991), a photographer whose work regularly featured in Time Out, The Sunday Times, Vogue and Nova, captured a side of literary London when the city was hit by recession, poor housing and urban decay. Continue reading »
Creating works that float somewhere between reality and the surreal, Dima Rebus is a young Russian artist working predominately in watercolor. Often described as unsettling, his paintings depict humans and their eerie situations, accompanied by often cheeky titles that evoke the contemporary times we live in. Continue reading »
French artist Sam Dougados makes ephemeral installations around the world : France, Ireland, Morocco, Spain, England or Portugal. In the sand, he draws monumental frescos playing with patterns or 3D perspective’s effect. These drawings end up erased by a wave, and reflect the beautiful fragility of life. Continue reading »
Meet Nathan W. Pyle – a writer, illustrator, and author of New York Times bestseller “NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette”, who creates funny and very relatable comics. Continue reading »
Dominik Mayer is an artist from Germany at Pipedream Media, a studio that has worked with everything from games studios to Adidas to the Bundeswehr. And this is one of the best concept art I have ever seen. Best viewed on a big screen. Continue reading »
Bolivian stand-up comedian Jason C. Saenz is going around putting up fake posters all over California. Why? For the lulz. Continue reading »
Lego makes some of the most delightful advertising around, and this series of print ads from Ogilvy Bangkok are just about perfect, from concept to execution. Continue reading »
Visual artist from Mexico – Alfredo Chamal uses simple ball-point pen to create his photo realistic artworks. This medium is nothing new and used by prominent contemporary artists like Jan Fabre or famous illustrator Juan Casas. As for Alfredo it’s a new way to reveal psychorealistic art that’s rolling on in Mexico right now. Continue reading »
We all know that photography can be a powerful tool for sending a message. A recent campaign from an animal shelter in India is a beautiful example how photography conveys a strong message and calls to action.
A series of photos created for ‘World for All’ shows that there’s always room for a pet in a family, and these pictures show it in a very smart and unique way. They resemble the double meaning optical illusions; only they were made through photos, not drawings. Photographer Amol Jadhav took photos of families and used background, shadows, and lights to create a blank space shaped like an animal. Continue reading »
According to graphic designer Miroslav Vujovic: “I have made this visual as an example of a campaign with a goal to raise awareness of the harmful effects of tobacco.” Continue reading »
Daniel Cali is a talented Australian automotive designer and digital artist, who was born in Melbourne and currently lives and works there. Daniel studied automotive design at Monash University. His artwork is a mix of photography and digital montage, with cars rendered by hand. Cali is highly influenced by mid-century design for classic cars and design that complement a modern day lifestyle. Continue reading »
Our collection begins with masterpieces by Tang Yau Hoong, which are my personal favorites. If you’re asking why, the answer is quite simple: because the ideas perfectly converted into the actual design. Everything makes sense up here. Anyway, all featured designs are just awesome. Enjoy the works below and get inspired! Continue reading »
Summer is officially here and many parents are taking their kids to amusement parks, local fairs, festivals, and other popular places. However, keeping kids safe at events where there are thousands of people can be a real challenge for any parent. Cherise McСlimans, a mom and an active blogger, came up with a simple yet effective idea on how to find your little ones if they get lost or separated from you in a large crowd. Continue reading »
On April 14 2016, Japan’s Kyushu Island in Kumamoto Prefecture was rocked by a magnitude 7 earthquake. The earthquake killed nine people and caused widespread damage to the region. Many people lost everything in the disaster, but thanks to these clever ‘Box Beds’, at least the victims have somewhere comfortable to sleep. Continue reading »
Harry Aspinwall cleverly created ‘Orcs of New York’, a parody of the popular “Humans of New York” series.
The hilarious series tells the stories of Orcs who have ended up in the big apple and documents their struggle to fit in. Or as the Facebook page puts it, the series covers “Mordor diaspora in New York, one orc at a time”. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll never see Orcs the same way again. Believe it or not, Orcs struggle with all the same issues we face. You’ll hear stories of Orcs who work weird hours and have recently turned to dating apps. Or actor hopefuls who move to New York to try to give young Orcs back home role models to look up to in popular media. Continue reading »
’Meanwhile in a Parallel Universe’ is a webcomic genre where all the fundamental rules, realities, and cause-and-effect relations are reversed. They usually take the form of comic strips, demonstrating some alien universe where everything is just the same… but exactly the opposite: cats are saving stray firemen, monsters are afraid of kids, and so on. Continue reading »
When you look at the swathes of colour, motion and hair in Jacob Ehrbahn’s images, it makes you think that headbanging is perhaps one of the world’s purest expressions of human joy. Or if not joy, then at least something very powerful. Continue reading »
Eric Hibbeler received his BFA in Painting from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2012 and has been a practicing freelance illustrator and concept artist since 2008. He currently works at MK12 in Kansas City, MO. Let’s take a look at several quality artworks selected from his portfolio.
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Science people have all the brains, even when it comes to a spot of advertising. Wanting to engage the public with science —in a way that was both thought-provoking and fun—Vancouver’s Science World teamed up with creative agency Rethink Canada to produce these very clever ads. No need to double check these quirky facts, they’re all scientifically verified, promise. Continue reading »