The Michelin Man, an iconic figure in marketing and advertising, originated in 1894 when the Michelin brothers founded their tire company. The concept came to life when they saw a stack of tires resembling a man without arms. A collaboration with French cartoonist O’Galop led to the creation of a figure made from tires, which became Michelin’s symbol. Continue reading »
Get ready to witness architectural marvels like never before! In her latest project, ai-artist Joann has given the world’s most iconic landmarks an inflatable twist. From the Eiffel Tower to the Taj Mahal, the Pyramids of Giza, and Stonehenge, the Midjourney series brings a playful and whimsical touch to these timeless structures. Continue reading »
Dutch Artist “Peels Away” The Surface Of Iconic Characters, Revealing What’s Really Hiding Inside Of Them
Stefan Thelen, also known as Super A, is a Dutch artist who uses traditional painting techniques to deconstruct our well-known cartoon, fairy tale and pop culture characters. He created the series “Trapped” in which he “peels away” the surface of iconic personages revealing what’s really hiding inside of them. Continue reading »
French artist Benoit Lapray worked in collaboration with studio 95 Magenta and Emmanuelle Vonck Lugand to create this fantastic project that replaces famous Parisian monuments with iconic pop culture characters. Continue reading »
According to Alex Zane: “Hi everyone! My name Is Zane and I run an Instagram account with nearly 17,000 followers whose star is my 5-year-old daughter Matilda, who has channeled her inner actress in G-rated tributes to iconic moments in cinema. Continue reading »
Russian artist Svetlana Petrova has become known for her online artwork of famous portraits featuring her big ginger cat Zarathustra. Continue reading »
Making a creative advertisement has never been an easy task, but nowadays when people are as ever resilient to the efforts of ad agencies, capturing the attention of the target audience has become a tad more challenging. Continue reading »
In honor of black history month, a mother and a daughter teamed up to recreate photos of iconic black women.
Back in February 2017, Cristi Jones decided to commemorate the month by dressing her 5-year-old daughter and shared the results on Twitter. While there were so many women worth to mention, Cristi decided to take one photo per day and narrowed down the list to 29 memorable figures. Not only did her daughter had so much fun picking out costumes and dressing up, but she also learned about important black women throughout history. Continue reading »
According to the photographer Luc Kordas: “Coney Island is an iconic spot in New York City photographed by countless famous photographers through the years. The neighborhood is located in the southern tip of Brooklyn, its biggest magnet is the ocean, the beach, and the boardwalk. If you live in New York City but crave that beach life in the summer, that’s your best bet. Apart from the beach and the sea, the area offers a big amusement park including a couple of roller-coasters. The reason it’s so interesting to photographers is that it attracts New Yorkers of all ages and ethnicities making for a stunning mix of people in their beach outfits. Continue reading »
Thought I’d share this unique talent made by an Illustration artist Joseph Luna (Esoj Luna) from Cebu, Philippines. He took 20 iconic brands and personified them in his illustrations, turning them into unique and colorful characters. Continue reading »
Have you ever wondered what was the inspiration behind famous paintings? Well, a French artist Pez did and created a series of illustrations called “Muses et Hommes” (Muses and Men). Continue reading »
Aussie tattoo-artist Charley Gerardin has mastered the art of reproducing cult cinematographic cutscenes or, more simply, to retranscribe on the skin all the sensuality of the feminine curves. With a characteristic use of the black and white, he revisits in his way classics like Pulp Fiction or Kill Bill as well as portraits of iconic artists like Ian Curtis. Continue reading »
UK based start-up Skyline Chess, has just launched their latest design for a chess set, the New York City Skyline. Continue reading »
A photographer got up close and personal with a 15-foot tiger shark to snap pictures similar to those used in the iconic poster for Steven Spielberg’s shark attack movie “Jaws”. Continue reading »
Thomas Dagg loves Star Wars. Each and every Star Wars figure and ship he owns, he can recall the name, where/how he got it, and their roll in his burgeoning imagination. His childhood wouldn’t be the same without the galactic adventures, and as an adult he has paid tribute to the galaxy far, far away in photographs. Continue reading »
Things are taking a rather different turn in the hands of Reilly, a London-based, Scottish-born graphic designer and art director who for several years now, has been toying cheerily with the logos which we see day in, day out – reworking them with fashion’s greatest mainstays. Continue reading »
The epic Volkswagen van has been the main idea of many traveling stories. Circu found a new inspiration in this symbol of freedom and fun transportation making a bed for children and grown-ups who don’t care that they are in the adult world. The cool Bun Van Bed looks like someone has parked in the middle of the room. The inside is made of high-quality palisander wood with a chrome-plated finish on the fiberglass outside. Not to leave kids going to bed without their favorite movie, the van bed has a built-in TV. The mini bar and the sofa enhance the unique experience giving the van attributes of a lounge. Continue reading »
The world’s most iconic landmarks are a big draw for tourists from around the world. But these historical landmarks are not just tourist attractions, they often serve as a milestone in history or a remarkable event in time.
Photographers love landmarks, especially the challenge to capture it differently from all the average angles and classic shots. Even when these iconic landmarks were build, photographers couldn’t resist to capture it forever. We are glad that they did, because it gives us awesome insights. Continue reading »
Henry Diltz is a former musician who took some of the most iconic photos of the 1960s and ’70s, many of which graced the covers of groundbreaking albums. Crosby Stills and Nash, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, the Doors, the Eagles, all became friends and subjects. Diltz also shot iconic magazine covers and continues to work today. Continue reading »
For the first time in North America, all three versions of Van Gogh’s famous painting of his bedroom in Arles, France, will be displayed in Chicago along with some of his other work. To celebrate the occasion, the Art Institute of Chicago has recreated the room and put it up for rent on Airbnb for just 10USD. Continue reading »
Throughout the 1970s, a young photographer named Andy Sweet documented the personalities of Miami in vivid color. In 1977, Sweet returned to the area after completing his studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder and set out to document South Beach’s vivid old-world culture. Continue reading »
Artist and illustrator Maria A. Aristidou has an interesting new project. She has ditched the paints and now uses a more unusual medium, coffee! Maria said that she did her first coffee illustration by accident, but liked the results so much that she chose to create more. She enjoys making coffee paintings of some of her favorite people, characters and animals. To create this effect, she uses water paper and up to five different coffee blends, depending on the subject. Let’s check it out! Continue reading »
The launch of the 2015 Calendar comes just a few days before the opening of the Forma e Desiderio – The Cal Collezione Pirelli exhibition, which will be held at the Palazzo Reale in Milan from November 21 to February 19, 2015.
Above: Candice Huffine poses for Calendar Girls 2015 Continue reading »
Renowned photographer Sandro Miller has worked together with legendary Hollywood A-Lister John Malkovich many times, but when Miller wanted to celebrate the photography greats that had inspired and guided him, he had to do something special. So he, with Malkovich as his dashing unisex model, recreated some of those influential photographers’ most important portraits in a photo series called “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to photographic masters.”
Sandro Miller, Dorothea Lange / Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California (1936), 2014 Continue reading »
A beautiful collection of (temporary) literary tattoos, and a chance to join the World’s Longest Tattoo Chain. The project titled “Litographs”, had their tattoos designed in the form of texts taken from 15 classic books such as The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Ulysses, and Les Misérables.
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