Infratonal is a Paris based creative working with digital technology to produce sublime experimental audio-visual art. Continue reading »
Boris Groh is one of my favorite artists, mostly because of his works that feature LARGE skeletons just doing their thing. Continue reading »
Imagine action figures crossing over to Toy Story, and you’ll get this priceless photography series by Instagram user @bmyhero.
If you loved these action hero mashup photos, the following pictures by this Bali-based photographer will be up your alley—they hilariously feed to any fantasy you’ve had of superheroes from rivaling franchises meeting each other. The photos also have a surreal quality to them, which makes them all the more believable and enjoyable to fans. Continue reading »
1969, Soviet Moscow and New York City. Two big totally different cities, two cultures, two nations. We have found some photos of the old cities and tried to compare them. Just have a look at pictures below and find out what came out of it.
Moscow on the left; New York City on the right. Continue reading »
California-based Italian designer and illustrator Mauro Gatti has created a series of fun and creative illustrated puns that would be sure to bring a smile to your face. For instance, there is a piece of bearded cheese named ‘Cheesus’, and a poop-shaped cow that is meant to represent “bullshit”. Continue reading »
Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj is a talented Danish photographer based in Copenhagen, who specializes in high-end still life photography, mainly shooting advertisements and editorial features. Mikkel captured stunning photo series of various recipes as minimalist photographs that show various recipes as minimalist photographs that show all the ingredients before they’re made into meals. Continue reading »
Dain Yoon, a make up and visual artist from Seoul, South Korea, has earned over 24K+ followers on Instagram for her incredible illusion artworks – all of them created without using Photoshop. The talented 22-year-old, who is a student at the Korean National University of Arts, shares her mind-blogging artworks online, which she creates using watercolours on her face and her hands. Continue reading »
London-based designer and illustrator Joe Stone is back with a follow-up project. Titled ‘Drewbacca’, this new series follows the theme of his ‘Drawntroopers’ project. With some humorous wordplay and visual puns, he imagines ‘Chewie’ from Star Wars as ‘Queuebacca’ (waiting in line), ‘Loobacca’ (sitting on the loo), ‘Stewbecca’ (cooking a stew), and more. Continue reading »
The yakitori at Isakaya on Smith in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn (Mimi Ritzen Crawford for The Wall Street Journal) Continue reading »
Highly Visual is a new kind of RSS reader designed for creative individuals.
Almost all RSS readers are designed in a similar way: left/right column split – which is great for reading news, but not so great for viewing visual content. Highly Visual presents feeds in a beautiful, clean, scrollable grid view. No more countless taps to get from item to item. Inspiration is never far. The directory offers a maintained list of hand-picked feeds with categories from architecture, art & design, to fashion, food, and photography.
Very attractive molecular visualisations and infographic experiences from Visual Science, a professional design service company for medicine, pharmaceutics, nanotechnologies, biotechnology, biology and chemistry areas.
One of our volunteers pointed me to those amazing advertising posters! Every poster is a link to supersized version. Continue reading »