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Making sure fragile items don’t get destroyed while on their way to destinations is tough. Walead Beshty captures the experience in shattered glass boxes.
Taken from high above the city, Dylan Schwartz‘s aerial photography is mesmerizing. The creative Director and photographer based out of Los Angeles frequently takes helicopter rides at dawn and dusk, capturing breathtaking views of towering skyscrapers, bridges, and sports complexes.
Amr Elshamy, otherwise called Hotamr, lives in Egypt where he makes wonderful blends of narration and otherworldly workmanship from science fiction, dreamlike universes to monsters generally past our creative ability.
Albert Kahn was a rich French banker and lover of culture and art. At the first glance, he had a crazy vision.
We have previously covered a story about the very same festival, back in 2013. The annual festival is coming soon this year, and the sculptures are crazier and bigger than ever.
Jem Bowden teaches us how to create landscape watercolor paintings by showing one of her own pieces. We see the actual photo of the artist’s subject.
The Faux Museum was once the bread and butter of Tom Richards, its curator (and often, janitor). It was located in Portland, Oregon and contains a wild collection of knick knacks.
Over the past few years, we’ve seen Hollywood and big clothing brands try to capitalize on the current cultural relevance of being “gender neutral”.
The National Sculpture Society celebrates its inaugural this month. Its Southern California division will host the society’s first group show, which will run from January 7 to March 5 at Sparks Gallery.
In celebration of the Chinese New Year, Apple has posted (in select regions) digital artwork depicting Chinese New Year traditions.
American Artist Ross Tran is the embodiment of how sheer talent and imagination can create massive success, even at a young age.
The veteran actor, best known for playing Hannibal Lecter in the movie franchise, is also a world-renowned painter and artist.
Reflecting the beautiful sunset on California’s Laguna Beach coast is Phillip K Smith III‘s latest installation – and it is absolutely stunning.
Nomad Goods has got a very impressive portfolio of top-notch smartphone accessories featuring everything from leather wallets to iPhone cases.
A month of interactive graphic design? Jesseca Dollano was up for the challenge. The designer was born and raised in Hong Kong but now lives and works out of New York City as a digital designer for DesignIt.
Jordan Molina is a gifted young artist. And his talent is almost magical, his paintbrush might as well be a magic wand.
Flower crowns make everything come alive – even otherwise lifeless busts and statues. Florist Geoffroy Mottart has created a variety of elaborate arrangements of flowers in forms of crowns and beards.
Kiss all your favorite dog art goodbye because it’s about to be replaced by these terrifying illustrations by Holly Lucero.
Stephen McMennamy has been at the photography game for a while and there seems to be no end in sight for his hilarious digital manipulations.
These paintings by Mike Barr are good enough to beat any filter-infused Instagram photos. The Australian painter is a master of creating rainy cityscapes, depicting gray atmospheres and moods of gloom.