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In Thomas Roma’s series ‘Mondo Cane,’ the photographer has shot images of dogs wandering around a park in Brooklyn.
Maria A. Aristidou has taken to use a very unconventional medium for her array of watercolor paintings — coffee.
The most celebrated products of architecture are ones that defy logic and transcend the limits of thought.
Muralist Julien “Seth” Malland uses bright colors and curious narrative to convey a variety of thought-provoking themes.
Art and cultural icons often set fashion trends, inspiring street style around the world. But have you ever wondered what inspires them and where they get their trend-setting looks?
For his ‘Save the Bees’ project, street artist Louis Masai has taken to the London streets to raise awareness about the grave effects of honey bee’s colony collapse disorder.
Andrea Wan (previously covered here) is an illustrator and visual artist born in Hong Kong, raised in Vancouver, and now based in Berlin.
This funny weapon is a gun that takes a picture of the person you pull the trigger at and then prints out their photo on the side of the device.
Riikka Sormunen is a Helsinki-born, Berlin-based illustrator with a background in fashion design. Her stylish illustrations of the female identity quickly gain accolades for their unusual moodiness and stylized individuality.
The legacy of some film directors lies on the impact their films have on their audiences. Namely, Alfred Hitchcock, Martin Scorsese, and David Lynch are three such directors.
This São Paolo-based photographer has trashed 4 months of hipster fashion work for a crazy art project. Adrian Alarcon shaved off half of his thick beard and replaced it with hilarious and random objects for a project titled ‘Fifty Fifty Selfie Barber Shop.’ In his documentation of what must have been a very fun day, Alarcon shows us what he would look like with sprinkles as a beard, bugs, toys, tacs, and more.
NYC-based designer Yona Lee has created a glorious art piece that accurately depicts the phases of the moon in eaten cookies.
At first sight, the tables below may appear to be supported by floating balloons. However, they’re just a playful trompe-l’œil by Duffy London.
Devin Super Tramp has recreated the deadly rolling boulder scene from the Raiders of the Lost Ark with an amusement park/water slide twist.
Artist Scott Blake recently revealed a new project in which he performs some animated magic using just paper and a hole puncher.
Animator, filmaker and iPad game designer TJ Fuller is an animal lover, and he makes that clear in his fantastically trippy GIFs.
A boy and his bird are the subject of @penguinthemagpie, one of the cutest feeds on Instagram. The feed is a heartwarming collection of photos of Penguin, a bird rescued and raised by Bloom’s son Noah.
In the on-going series ‘Gravity,’ photographer Hayato Wakabayashi shoots awe-inspiring photographs of frozen waterfalls and caves in Japan.
Inspired by some of the most iconic photographs that have ever been captured, a photographer duo are having a new take at the shots by creating incredibility detailed, scale models of the photographs. Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger, a duo that usually shoots photographs for advertisements, calls this project ‘Iconen,’ because of the historic value of the photos recreated.
In photos that seem like they are out of a fantasy novel Hamid Sardar-Afkhami depicts the Dukha people of Northern Mongolia and their close relationship with the native reindeer. They are reindeer herders and use the animals for milk, cheese, and also mounts for the hunt.