New York City based Israeli artist Yigal Ozeri (previously) is best known for his large-scale cinematic portraits of distinctive young women in rich prodigious landscapes. With tinges of Pre-Raphaelite aesthetics, Ozeri brings an ethereal and uninhibited sensibility to his paintings. His portraits denote art historical foundations in romanticism, while also offering contemporary notions of sensual femininity. Continue reading »
These incredible photos show what it looks like inside a groundbreaking new digital art museum in Japan. A trip to the Mori Building Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless in Tokyo, which opened last week, can make you feel like they you are dreaming and aims to fully immerse visitors in the art. Continue reading »
Enter Mad Dog Jones, Instagram artist extraordinaire. His work is part collage, part illustration, and 100 percent designed for social media. The Toronto-based artist creates vivid imagery with bright colors and fine linework, combining hectic environments with serene portraiture. Continue reading »
Using shipping containers to create unusual and bespoke homes has been done before however it normally involves stacking them on top of each other to create a pretty conventional looking square home. But what London-based designer James Whitaker has done takes things a step further with this amazing desert installation. Continue reading »
Self-Taught Sculptor Creates Incredible Realistic Sculptures And Dreams Of Becoming The Modern Michelangelo
Jago Jacopo Cardillo, 30, is an incredible self-taught sculptor from Italy who transforms marble and stone into intricate lifelike pieces and has won over thousands of people due to his talent. Continue reading »
Sam Morrison is a multi-talented photographer, art director, retoucher and traveler currently based in Los Angeles, California. Sam shoots amazing travel, landscape, lifestyle, urban and adventure photography. He also creates stunning photo manipulations. Continue reading »
Maciej Kuciara is one of the most talented concept artist on the planet. And you’re about to see just why. Continue reading »
Georgina Ryland is a makeup artist from Brisbane, Australia. She won over thousands of people with her intricate body paintings. The artist uses her own skin as the canvas and draws detailed images, inspired by popular movies, TV shows and paintings. Continue reading »
Brad Goldpaint is one of our absolute favorite photographers – his work has been featured multiple times at NASA, and you may also have seen his work in National Geographic, Discover, Wired, and The Huffington Post. Continue reading »
We all lived through a Pinterest phase at some point. No wonder – the page can easily get you hooked with all sorts of inspiring pictures, starting from design to fashion and photography. In some cases those pictures can’t be just pinned and forgotten, they need to be made in real life, and that was the case with the picture of a bookshelf Jessica and Sinclair Breen found online. Continue reading »
These are some of the upholstered faux taxidermy animal mounts created by artist Kelly Jelinek. Prices range from $800 – $3,500 depending on the animal chosen and materials used. Continue reading »
Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis is a digital artist, illustrator, and art director currently living in the UK. With an eye for bold contrasts and colors, complex machinery, and the macabre, everything he produces has a hyperreal and futuristic quality. Continue reading »
Founded in 1989, the Icehotel in Swedish Lapland is built from the snow up each year, using ice from the local river. The rooms are designed by international artists and this year feature spacemen and an ice queen. The hotel has 35 suites, featuring ice carvings designed by 36 different artists from 17 countries. This room, King Kong, was created by Lkhagvadorj Dorjsuren. (Photo by Asaf Kliger/IceHotel/The Guardian) Continue reading »
Harimao Lee is a talented self-taught photographer, filmmaker, traveler and urban explorer from Hong Kong. Harimao focuses on traveling, he shoots amazing street, rooftop, lifestyle and aerial photography. Lee uses Canon EOS 60D camera. Continue reading »
Darren Jackson is originally from Sunderland in the North of England, he has worked and lived in London over the last five years as a Model Maker and Special Effects technician before focusing on Sculpture. He currently shares a studio in Tulse Hill, South London. Continue reading »
Can you bee-lieve it? This super strong ant can lift insects five times its size without even breaking a sweat. The tiny ant was pictured hauling a huge bee back to its nest and made the unbelievable feat look easy. Continue reading »
For New Zealand Maori women, the ‘moko kauae’, or traditional female chin tattoo, is considered a physical manifestation of their true identity. It is believed every Maori woman wears a moko on the inside, close to their heart; when they are ready, the tattoo artist simply brings it out to the surface. Continue reading »
“The World In Faces”: Photographer’s Incredible Portraits Of People Who Live In Some Of The Most Remote Corners Of The Earth
He’s a globetrotting photographer that has spent eight years on the road, backpacked around more than 80 countries and will now head a project featuring a collection of striking portraits. Continue reading »
“Into the canvas. Half a year working with Andrew Kezzyn and Bella Grigoryants.
Standing in the middle of a DIY supermarket… It does not mean maintenance in your flat. It is preparation for going deep into the canvas. We have tried on the colour, the light, the perspective and the atmosphere of Neo-Classical painting. We have built the picture into its depth. Continue reading »
These postcards of the sweeping hills, cliffs, and towns of Ireland were created using the Photochrom process, a complex method of imbuing black-and-white photographs with relatively realistic color.
The closely-guarded process was invented in the 1880s by an employee of a Swiss printing company. It entailed coating a tablet of lithographic limestone with a light-sensitive emulsion, then exposing it to sunlight under a photo negative. Continue reading »
Nowadays, solar energy is finally coming into vogue as technology gets up to speed and it becomes more affordable. However, the USSR were way ahead of the curve when it came to utilizing our nearest star’s massive power. Continue reading »
If you don’t like bugs, living or dead, then perhaps you might want to sit this one out. Yoneji Inamura, a resident of Gunma Prefecture, has created some unusual sculptures. This samurai doll was created in 1970. It took ten months to complete and is made from 5,000 preserved insects. Continue reading »
Incredible Aerial Pics Show Thousands Of Burnt-Out Cars After Parking Lot Was Swallowed By Massive Fire
Aerial pictures show thousands of scrapped cars burnt to the ground in Haikou city in China. The massive flames wiped out the parking area in south China’s Hainan province on March 2. Firefighters were not able to get the fire under control until seven hours after it was started. Luckily, everyone escaped unharmed. Continue reading »
Icelandic photographer Gunnar Freyr woke up to the sound of a tree breaking in his garden and saw the heavy snowfall coming down. He grabbed his camera and ventured into the city centre to capture these fantastic photos of a magical night. Snow depth was measured at 51 cm at 9 am this morning in the capital which breaks the record of 48 cm in February in 1952. Only once has this been exceeded, in January of 1937 when snow was 55 cm.
The photographs were taken in Reykjavik between 3 and 5 am. Continue reading »
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