Turkish Artist Hüseyin Şahin Creates Stunning Imaginative And Dreamlike Photo Manipulations

Hüseyin Şahin a.k.a. art.side (previously) is a talented 45-year-old art director, digital and visual artist currently based in Istanbul, Turkey. Hüseyin received his degree in Fine Arts from the Gazi University in 1996. Working in photoshop, Şahin creates spectacular collages inspired by nature, animals and urban environment. Continue reading »

LA Architects And Designers Build Imaginative Outdoor Cat Dwellings For Charity

Architects for Animals celebrated its 10th edition last month, inviting local architects and designers to build functional cat dwellings in response to the city’s homeless cat population. Continue reading »

Imaginative Jewellery From The Heart Of Singapore

The tagline for Amado Gudek is ‘imaginative jewellery cast in a clear conscience’. Brilliant. Like a lot of things we buy these days, jewellery purchases need to be examined for issues within the supply chain (child labor and conflict are rife). To sidestep those landmines, designer Elaine Tan handcrafts her line using eco-friendly bioresins, biodegradable green plastics and other mixed media. Everything is designed and made in her native Singapore. Continue reading »

Photographer Creates Imaginative Images Of Her Daughter And Her Shadow

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Self-taught photographer Kelly Tan has an ongoing series, titled ‘I Have a Dream’, which features her young daughter casting shadows that are shaped like magical creatures and scenes. These imaginative shadows are cast on a plain gray wall, reflecting an alternate reality that is innocent and fun through the eyes of her daughter. All the images are shot and edited on her iPhone and iPad. Using apps like ArtStudio, Snapseed and PSExpress to edit and integrate them with stock photos and fairytale-inspired compositions. Continue reading »

Surreal And Imaginative Black And White Photos That Will Confuse Your Eyes

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Using a little Photoshop wizardry, Russian photographer Alexey Menschikov is able to conjure up all kinds of unusual and strange images loaded with repetition, constantly toying with the idea of shadow and light. He initially photographs all kinds of subjects, from people in the street and urban architecture to various animals like birds, cats and dogs. Once he’s collected enough source material, he then adjusts, clones and repeats elements before arranging them into a surreal patchwork of shadows, movement and patterns. Continue reading »

For Bright and Imaginative Young Minds


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