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New Albany, Indiana-based folk artist Jamie Homeister has chosen a truly unconventional canvas for her beautiful animal and bird paintings – feathers.
Anamorphic art is based on a distorted projection, when only specific devices viewed from a specific angle let the viewer see the beautiful image hidden in an abstract image or sculpture.
Pejac, a well-recognized street artist, recently visited Paris again to leave his artsy footprint behind with at least three new tongue-in-cheek wall paintings.
We assume that artist Karla Mialynne must have received many questions concerning the utensils that she uses for her beautiful hyper-realistic drawings.
The mysterious and experimental black and white photography of 83-year-old photographer Fan Ho gives us a unique chance to see the long-lost cityscapes of Hong Kong in the 1950s, putting its vast cultural, social and economic changes into perspective.
Street trash is something most big cities suffer from, and anti-littering ad campaigns, like this one in Toronto, help raise public awareness of the issue.
Roza, the Melbourne-based creator behind the stylish “Shovava” Etsy shop, has created an original and inspiring collection of handmade scarves depicting birds with their wings spread wide.
In the masterful hands of self-taught Japanese artist Akira Nagaya, paper is transformed into stunning works of art called kirie, or cut paper in Japanese.
It seems that Japanese designers are not going to give up their solid position in coming up with clever, yet simple kitchen ware.
The re-discovery of over 5,000 glass plate negatives by Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte in 2013 was a sensation for historians and professional photographers alike.
French photographer Pierre Folk has been working on his latest project, “By the Silent Line,” since 2011, documenting the remnants of the grand Parisian railway that was abandoned more than 80 years ago.
Gabriel Picolo, a talented young artist from Brazil, is an excellent addition to the 365-art movement, in which artists pledge to create a work of art every day for a year.
Özge Çalışkan, the Turkish artist behind a cheerful shop called Palas Pandiras, creates adorable and bright-looking notebooks hand-crafted and hand-painted to look like pieces of fruit, veggies, and pizza.
Danish artist John Kenn Mortensen (also known as Don Kenn) writes and directs television shows for kids, but during his free time he pays tribute to the darker, spookier side of childhood filled with monsters and ghosts.
Southern California-based company MotoArt designed an epic office conference table made out of a Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet engine.
Savannah Burgess is a 19-year-old Atlanta-based artist who recently shared the process behind her latest massive drawing depicting all the animal members of the Chinese Zodiac.
If you like cookies and teddy-bears, you’ll definitely love these cute little fellows! French-trained Japanese cook Maa Tamagosan created these tasty-looking and almost too-cute-to-eat cookies.
London-based hair and makeup artist Laura Jenkinson certainly has a thing for cartoon characters. However, she expresses her love for cartoon characters and cute animals in a different way than most artists – she paints them on her own mouth.
Painting with salt, coffee, and other kinds of food is interesting to see or even try out yourself. Othman Toma is yet another artist whose little painting of a tiger made entirely (as far as it looks like) from chocolate ice-cream shook up the Reddit community.
Lodz, Poland-based photographer and mother of two Izabela Urbaniak takes beautiful pictures of her children with their cousins and friends as they spend their care-free summer days in the Polish countryside in Lugowiska.