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Twisting Bronze Figural Sculptures by Isabel Miramontes


Image via Casart Spanish sculptor Isabel Miramontes creates figural bronze sculptures that bring a visual movement to ordinary silhouettes.

‘Flight in Formation’ by Mason Charanza

Check out Flight in Formation, a captivating video edit of birds landing and propelling from a telephone line by Mason Charanza.

Sunburn: Long Exposure Photographs With Markings Burned by the Light of the Sun


Sunburned GSP#552( Mojave/ expanding), 2012. 8″x10″ unique gelatin silver paper negative. Private collection.

Geometric Wood Toys by Designer Mat Random


Argentina-based toy designer Mat Random has designed a new geometric wood figure as a follow-up to his previous piece The Feline, another posable toy that he has named The Simian.

Wild New Anamorphic Sculptures From the Warped Mind of Jonty Hurwitz


The Illusive Cat, 2016. Anamorphic sculpture. Oil paint on plaster, stainless steel. London artist Jonty Hurwitz (previously) revels in the skewed and twisted world of anamorphic artwork, where the meaning of a dramatically warped figures is only revealed when reflected against a viewing device, in this case a cylindrical mirror.

Wild New Anamorphic Sculptures From the Warped Mind of Jonty Hurwitz


The Illusive Cat, 2016. Anamorphic sculpture. Oil paint on plaster, stainless steel. London artist Jonty Hurwitz (previously) revels in the skewed and twisted world of anamorphic artwork, where the meaning of a dramatically warped figures is only revealed when reflected against a viewing device, in this case a cylindrical mirror.

Take a Tour of a Japanese Manhole Factory Where Neighborhoods Create Their Own Designs


In most countries, the design of manhole covers is scarcely given a second thought other than the basics of material and a generic pattern resulting in drab metal circles with a purely utilitarian function.

Portraits of People with Beards and Hairstyles Brimming with Life by Olaf Hajek


Incorporating aspects of South American folklore, mythology, and religion, Berlin-based artist Olaf Hajek depicts thoughtful portraits of women and men infused with elements of life—often in their hairdos.

Portraits of People with Beards and Hairstyles Brimming with Life by Olaf Hajek


Incorporating aspects of South American folklore, mythology, and religion, Berlin-based artist Olaf Hajek depicts thoughtful portraits of women and men infused with elements of life—often in their hairdos.

A Menagerie of Animals Covered in Surreal Landscapes of Flora and Fauna by Ellen Jewett


Working with a mixture of cold porcelain and polymer atop a metal wire armature, artist Ellen Jewett (previously) creates wildly intricate sculptures of animals covered in a tangle of surreal embellishments.

A Menagerie of Ceramic Animals Covered in Surreal Landscapes of Flora and Fauna by Ellen Jewett


Working with a mixture of cold porcelain and polymer atop a metal wire armature, artist Ellen Jewett (previously) creates wildly intricate sculptures of animals covered in a tangle of surreal embellishments.

Hand-Painted Planetary Push Pins


Tokyo-based industrial designer Duncan Shotton (previously) is known for his unique approach to houseware and stationery design, where he takes common objects from pencils to bookmarks and conceives of a novel twist.

Hand-Painted Planetary Push Pins by Duncan Shotton


Tokyo-based industrial designer Duncan Shotton (previously) is known for his unique approach to houseware and stationery design, where he takes common objects from pencils to bookmarks and conceives of a novel twist.

How to Make the World’s Smallest Cup of Coffee

For their brand new advertisement, Finnish coffee roaster Paulig asked director and animator Lucas Zanotto to brew a cup of coffee from a single bean.

How to Make the World’s Smallest Cup of Coffee

For their brand new advertisement, Finnish coffee roaster Paulig asked director and animator Lucas Zanotto to brew a cup of coffee from a single bean.

Dual Bowls: Striking Mixed Metal Bowls Forged With the Ancient Art of Sand-Casting


Fusing ancient techniques with contemporary aesthetic, Dual Bowls are one-of-a-kind vessels forged from a mixture of recycled brass, copper, zinc, or nickel in this new project from artist Kawther Al Saffar.

Dual Bowls: Striking Mixed Metal Bowls Made Using the Ancient Art of Sand-Casting


Fusing ancient techniques with contemporary aesthetic, Dual Bowls are one-of-a-kind vessels forged from a mixture of brass, copper, zinc, or nickel in this new project from artist Kawther Al Saffar.

Fictional Butterflies Animated as Illuminated GIFs by Vladimir Stankovic


Australian-based illustrator Vladimir Stankovic has created several series of GIFs depicting his fantastical portrayal of the natural world, animating subjects such as Cepharthropoda (animals with characteristics of both cephalopods and arthropods), Cephalopodoptera (his cross between mollusks and insects), and the Lepiodoptera Obscura (seen here).

A Stained Glass Cabin Hidden in the Woods by Neile Cooper


Stained glass artist and jeweler Neile Cooper had a vision for a sanctuary: a small cabin behind her home in Mohawk, New Jersey that would feature her glass designs on every available surface.

Quirky Murals and Street Interventions of Anonymous Silhouette Figures by Daan Botlek


Playing with aspects of negative space and scale, Rotterdam-based artist Daan Botlek (previously) fills walls with his trademark anonymous figures, often interacting with their environment in strikingly inventive ways.


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