Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

Johnson Tsang is a sculptor based in Hong Kong who focuses on ceramics, stainless steel sculptures and public art project. Born in Hong Kong,...

Cute Animations by Lucas Zanotto

Lucas Zanotto is a designer, animator and director. He also started the company YATATOY that focuses on childrens content. Born in the Alps of...

Minimal Photography by Helena Georgiou

Welcome, and thank you for having a look at my photographic art I was born and raised in sunny Nicosia, Cyprus. I studied Business Administration...

PAINTINGS

Awesome Illustrations by Dran the French Banksy

"My name is Dran, born in Toulouse in 1979, my father wanted me to work with him in construction, but since my arms are...

CONTEMPORARY ART

STREET ART

Distinct Painting Style by Seth

Born in Paris, Seth began to express himself on the walls of his city in the mid-90s. His preferred terrain, however, was in the...

BLOG POSTS

Social Decay by Andrei Lacatusu

Andrei Lacatusu, a self-taught digital artist from Rome, created this series of digital art called “Social Decay.” In this series he shows 3D signs of...

Thought-Provoking Installations by Octavi Serra

Octavi Serra‘s shots have a well-defined objective, to shed light on the problems and contradictions of our lives. With irony and optical illusions, the...
Yuichi Ikehata

Realistic Wired Sculptures by Yuichi Ikehata

Japanese photographer Yuichi Ikehata creates realistic sculptures of human body parts using clay, wire and paper. He then photographs the sculptures and merges them...

Hokusai’s ‘Great Wave’ Emerges on a Giant Building Facade

Katsushika Hokusai’s “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” is perhaps on of the most iconic images that Japan has ever exported. And it’s now emerged...

Cambodian Barbers by Robert Götsfried

Lately I had the chance to travel to Cambodia and I spent ten days in the capital city Phnom Penh. Cambodia is a poor...

DESIGN

Unlikely but not Impossible by Giuseppe Colarusso

These objects are so wonderfully annoying in their uselessness that you stand before them, making them functional – “If you only hit with the...

Floating Tent by SmithFly

70% of the earth is covered with water, now you camp on it! Introducing the Shoal Tent, a first of it's kind inflatable floating raft...

Reconstructed Secondhand Armchairs by Nina Saunders

Meet artist Nina Saunders who plays with the familiar by twisting it in surprising ways. She here discusses her humorous yet disturbing work –...

Stories I Haven’t Written Down by Daniel Agdag

Maybe it's just me, but there is something quite comforting with controlled chaos. I like the idea of organization amongst all the noise of...

Velocipedia by Gianluca Gimini

You might have noticed there’s something wrong with this bike. Or you might have not. This bicycle is missing a very important part of its...

Real Life Tetris by Michael Johansson

I am fascinated walking around flea markets finding doubles of seemingly unique, though often useless objects I have already purchased at another flea market....

ILLUSTRATIONS

PHOTOGRAPHY

TUTORIALS

SURREAL ART

Surreal Photography by Brooke DiDonato

Brooke DiDonato (b.1990) is a visual artist from Ohio. Her photographs depict everyday settings and objects with a surreal twist, using visual anomalies as...

Surrealistic Paintings by Rob Gonsalves

Gonsalves was born in Toronto, Ontario. As a child, he developed an interest in art. By the age of twelve, his awareness of architecture...

Stunning Surreal Works by Aykut Aydoğdu

I first saw Aykut Aydogdu’s images on Facebook and I was just amazed by his works. I think I felt attracted by his mysterious...

Surreal Photography by Yung Cheng Lin AKA 3cm

Twisted bodies, obscured expressions and painful juxtapositons – Yung Cheng Lin’s photos are instantly provocative. The Taiwanese photography and art director, also known as...

Surreal Photography by Arno Rafael Minkkinen

For the longest time, you have been told that reality is something that can be bound by conventional standards. It has a height. It...

Waone aka Vladimir Manzhos of Interesni Kazki

Artistic name WAONE, came from a real name Vladimir, popular in slavic contries, and it is a short friendly version as well. «Вован» (sounds...