The Showy And Coloured Selfies Of Véronique Duplain

Véronique Duplain‘s “Selfie Project” started in February 2014, when the Montreal photographer decided to make one self-portrait everyday. Her project was finally extended over six years, and takes a critical look at social networks and their uses, including voyeurism and the media construction of public figures. Continue reading »

Artist Reimagined Famous Movie And TV Scenes With Cartoon Characters

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According to Omerika, an artist:”The idea of replacing people with famous Disney and other cartoon characters in photos has been long done before by many, but I wanted to perpetuate it in a cool humorous way that will bring back nostalgic memories for some people, and inspire those who haven’t had the chance to watch these cult movies before.” Continue reading »

Digital Artist Merges Human Body With Everyday Objects To Create Extraordinary Images

Monica Carvalho (previously) has been into about art for years now. The Swiss-born digital artist living and working in Berlin is passionate about making the ordinary extraordinary. Continue reading »

Digital Artist Turns Nature’s Images Into Animals

Digital artist Martijn Schrijver likes playing with Photoshop and he seeks his inspiration in the beauty of Mother Nature. In his brilliant work, the Amsterdam-based Schrijver turns drops into ladybugs, waterfalls into bears, rocks into giant rhinos, while toucans get pealed banana-shaped beaks. Continue reading »

Bizarre, Provocative And Imaginative Collages By Naro Pinosa

Naro Pinosa is a Spanish digital artist who creates imaginative collages. He began experimenting with digital collage not long ago, since then his work has reached a multitude of international publications and thousands of followers who do not lose track of his works. Continue reading »

Surreal Family Vacation Photos That Include The Cats

New York City photographer Jim Lind decided that he wanted to include the family cats in everything he and his wife did, so he created the wonderfully surreal photo series “Family Vacation”. Continue reading »

Graphic Designers Remade Old Buildings Around The World By Using Trends Of The 21st Century

At the very beginning, people developed architecture according to their needs. Protection from the elements and other dangers was the main reason for building a shelter. Over time, other aspects became important too, like seeing from inside the house, being more comfortable, the house looking better. The city also became part of the home. Interior and exterior design became more and more important.

Due to lack of knowledge and materials, the houses were stumpy, the windows were small, walls thick and crooked. However, people learned. The windows became bigger, the walls – slicker, and the overall design – more elegant and beautiful.

SSo what would be the next step in home design? These designers asked the same question and created a series of CG renderings to renovate six old houses from the 21st century, using current and future house design trends.

Turf Houses Renovated (Iceland)

An Icelandic turf house consists of a wooden frame stuffed with blocks of turf (grass still embedded in the earth) on a stone foundation. Only the front around the doorway is bared. The entrance leads to a big hall (sometimes via an antechamber) with a firepit in the middle. Our renovated turf house complex plays with the ‘badly hidden’ appearance of traditional turf houses, which seem to sink back into the landscape. The steel-frame dome looks partly natural yet completely alien. Panels of turf and timber alternate with glass windows, using reflections to create an improbable, angular mound of grass, wood, and… clouds! In a subtler touch, the wooden planks that form the facades have been rearranged at decorative angles. Continue reading »

Guy Photoshops Himself Having Fun Adventures With Disney Characters And The Result Is Adorably Funny

As children, many of us have dreamed of magical places where we would have some wild adventures with a few cool friends whom we just met in a fantasy world. Continue reading »

The Wonderful World Of Fantasy And Feeling Of The Artist Marcel Van Luit

Edits in photoshop may be cool, but they can also be wonderful… And it is in this second case that we can fit the works created by Marcel van Luit. The Dutch artist has an incredible talent for blending reality with imaginary environments thanks to the incredible skills he has with the image editing application. Continue reading »

Cats Of War: This Artist Hilariously Combines Military Hardware With Giant Cats

We are no strangers to giant cats among us theme as we’ve previously featured them here, here and here. This time we invite you to take a look at @GiantCat9 Twitter account who combines huge cats with military hardware. Why? Who knows… But it’s quite entertaining. Continue reading »

Let’s Make Famous Russian Portraits Smile

Users of social networks decided to make famous works of Russian painters more positive and added white smiles to their portraits by means of a popular addition. Let us check out what they got. Continue reading »

Creative And Dreamlike Photo Manipulations By Josh Pierce

Fantastic photo manipulations by Josh Pierce, a multi-talented artist, motion graphics designer, and animator currently based in Los Angeles. Josh specializes mainly in 3D art, digital manipulations, and motion design. Pierce focuses on fantasy and surreal art. Continue reading »

“Distorted Japan”: Buddhism And Computer Games Collide In Kenta Cobayashi’s Digitally Manipulated Photography

Buddhism; 90s computer games; Japanese tradition; and photographic theory. These four disparate topics are some of the fundamental concepts that underpin Kenta Cobayashi’s philosophical creative practice. The Tokyo-based artist uses photography and film to examine the meaning of truth – a lofty statement, but one that’s quickly borne out by his thought-provoking creations. However, to fully understand Kenta’s images, you have to first look at the Japanese language and how the artist exploits its nuances and ambiguities to question notions of veracity. Continue reading »

“From Far Away…”: Mustafa Said Bilir Creates Dreamlike And Surreal Photo Manipulations

Creative digital manipulations by Mustafa Said Bilir, a talented 3D, visual artist, and Instagrammer from Turkey. Mustafa focuses mainly on digital art and photo manipulations. Continue reading »

Superb Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ben Robins That Challenge Logic

Nowadays, it would be hard to imagine photo editing without Photoshop as it comes in handy not only for professional but also for personal use. People use it for a lot of things starting from creating designs to making themselves look better for pitch-perfect Instagram photos. Continue reading »