This Master Of Art Installation And Illusions Creates Rooms That Will Make You Think The Walls Are Waving At You

With his hypnotic room installations, renowned Austrian artist Peter Kogler transforms ordinary spaces and molds architecture into surreal environments for spectators. Influenced by American minimalism, Kogler’s lines are often reduced to black on white for maximum contrast and impact. Continue reading »

Xavier Portela Paints New York City With Hypnotic Neon “Glow”

Think your night photography could use some splashes of color? For today’s photography inspiration, we bring you the vibrant New York City cityscapes of Brussels-based Xavier Portela (previously), who sees and bathes cities around the world in neon hues. If vibrant colors and unique takes on photographing cities at night often catch your attention, you will surely enjoy his ongoing project. Continue reading »

Hypnotic Ocean Lagoons Composed Of Rolled Colorful Paper By Amy Genser

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Oceans reefs are stunning example of how land and water converge at one destination to create beautiful contrasts in texture, color, movement and life.

Artist Amy Genser believes that the rugged and sculptued lands of mother nature can create a more compelling effect when it battles the tide of the sea. The Connecticut based artist assembles rolls of mulberry paper to form perfect imitations of coral formations. The beauty of a flourishing unrestricted growth of the ocean from within is an incredible project allowing the world to the true potential if nature without human intervention. Continue reading »

Brightly Colored Murals Mesmerize with Their Hypnotic Abstract Patterns

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Miami-based artist Douglas Hoekzema, also known as Hoxxoh, uses vibrant colors to create murals that seem to burst with energy. The abstract designs cover the sides of buildings and stadiums, mesmerizing passersby with their hypnotic patterns. Undulating waves and psychedelic circular shapes are clad in bright blues, lime greens, and sunny yellows to make them instantly catch your eye. Continue reading »