Artists Upcycle Metal Scrap Into Fantastic Sculptures Of Famous Movie Characters

One could say that cold, raw, industrial and warlike metal has nothing in common with art. A group of artists called Kreatworks is the first to bust this myth. Located in Phatumthanee, Thailand, Kreatworks produce incredibly detailed sculptures from scrap metal (useless auto, motorcycle and machine parts) and other recycled materials. They have over 12 years of experience in Steampunk & Recycled metal arts. Continue reading »

Turkish Artist Abdullah Evindar Creates Fantastic Surreal Silhouette Photo Collages

How lovely are Abdullah Evindar mixed media collages! In this series the artist combined silhouettes with nature and landscapes. Working in both analog and digital methods, his technique brings a strong surrealism feel throughout his body of work. Continue reading »

“Insider Outsider”: Artist Saks Afridi Creates Fantastic Traditional Hand-Made Rugs Covered With UFO Patterns

Saks Afridi is an art-based Creative Director and multi-disciplinary artist with 17 years of both US and global experience. He’s the proud recipient of 2 Gold Cannes Lions, 3 D&AD, 2 One Show pencils and a UN award for peace and understanding, in 2015. Continue reading »

Fantastic Cakes By Russian Chef That Will Blow You Away

If you’re a true artist, it shines through anything you do and these cakes by Elena Gnut show her true artistic talent. Continue reading »

Fantastic French Publicity Caravans Of Yesteryear

In 1929 the race director of the Tour de France got together with the marketing director of the country’s leading chocolatier, Menier, to create the first parade of caravans promoting French products. A fleet of vehicles were seen by nearly 10 million people on the route promoting various goods and local businesses– and the tradition was born… Continue reading »

“The Memories Of The Future”: Photographer Nuno Assis Captures Fantastic Photos Of Hong Kong

Portuguese Nuno Assis’s photos show that there’s more to Hong Kong than the Big Buddha and the skyline. His photos reflect the architect’s eye for symmetry and composition. We totally dig his love for reflection, especially the puddle series. Continue reading »

Fantastic Old Photos Of Yugoslavia From The 1920s, When People Were Nicer

In the mid-1920s the prominent German photographer Kurt Hielscher was invited by the government in Belgrade to travel to Yugoslavia and create a book with images of the state, founded only a few years earlier. Kurt Hielscher had already published similar and very successful books about Italy, Spain and Germany, so he took up the invitation with enthusiasm. Continue reading »

Artist Richard Satava Creates Fantastic Glass Jellyfish Sculptures

Something resembling glass vases with jellyfish inside creates glass artist Richard Satava. He has an amazing skill to create such realistic jellyfish. Continue reading »

“Just Another Day In L.A.”: Photographer Captures Fantastic Aerial Shots Of Los Angeles

Ever since Art was a child, he loved flying. His mom told me “even when he was a child he didn’t sleep once on the plane, and when he was old enough to have his own seat – it would have to be the window seat. He was glued to the window. He could not get enough of the view from above he would constantly tap my shoulder and tell me ‘ma look’. He was mesmerized by the patterns of the farm fields. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi Creates Fantastic Layered Drawings

The passage of time affects everybody but rarely do we reflect on what this means. Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi created a series of artwork which does exactly that. Continue reading »

Fantastic Nightscapes Of Finland By Mika Suutari

Mika Suutari is a talented self-taught photographer from Helsinki who currently lives and works in Nurmijärvi, Southern Finland. Mika focuses on landscaping, she shoots a lot of powerful and atmospheric nature photography. Suutari uses Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera and Photoshop. Continue reading »

Fantastic Hyperreal Paintings By Reisha Perlmutter

Painting hyperreal art is challenging regardless of the chosen medium which is why we respect artists that master this technique. Reisha Perlmutter creates these stunning oil on canvas renditions of women underwater. If her portrait skills wasn’t enough Reisha Perlmutter reproduces water with amazing accuracy. The composition is perfect and subject matter interesting which sparks much excitement from the people that see Reisha Perlmutter’s works. Any-time we’ve posted her work we’re quick to highlight the fact it’s a painting and not photography. Continue reading »

Fantastic Cave Art By Ra Paulette

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Ra Paulette (previously) is an American cave sculptor based in New Mexico who digs into hillsides to sculpt elaborate artistic spaces inside mountains. Reviewer Martha Mendoza in the Los Angeles Times described the caves he created as shrines, as hallowed places, a “sanctuary for prayer and meditation” while others describe the caves as works of art. The caves are finished with “scallops, molded curves, smooth ledges, inlaid stones, narrow pods and crusty ledges”. His caves attract visitors worldwide. Continue reading »

Fantastic And Frightening Horror Portraits Painted With Wine

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Early on in her career Canadian painter Melissa Proudlock would experience anxiety attacks over using colour in her work. She’s red / green colour blind and would constantly worry if she was painting with the correct colour. That lead her down the unusual path of switching out her watercolours for different varietals of wine. Here: Chucky created using Pinot Noir and Baco Noir. Continue reading »

Fantastic Minimalist Japanese Cruiser 1989 Nissan Neo-X Concept That Was Ahead Of Its Time

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According to Chicago Tribune, November 19, 1989: “Perhaps the two most intriguing designs at the show [Tokyo Motor Show, 1989] were the Nissan Neo-X and Mitsubishi HSR-II, experimental vehicles that provide a glimpse of how personal transporation may evolve in the 21st Century.” Continue reading »