It is with great pleasure that I present to you our next installment of our Content Curator series, by featuring the one and only Tina Roth Eisenberg, better known as SwissMiss. Tina is one of those people that will inspire you not just with her design-sense but, more importantly, through her actions. Having… Continue
If you live in NYC, this is one show you're not going to want to miss! Starting April 16th and running until May 14th, you're going to see skateboard decks like you've never seen them before. Jonathan LeVine Gallery will be presenting Future Primitive, new works by Tokyo-based artist Haroshi. You may remember Haroshi as that madly talented self-taught artist who takes old skateboard… Continue
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Juan Osborne doesn't just create portraits using type, the Spanish artist only chooses words relevant to that particular subject. In fact, he's known to use over 200,000 words for one piece!
"Words are powerful, they go straight into the human mind and really add something to my pictures that you can' get from a regular… Continue
Wildlife photographer Tom Leeson had a very scary face-to-face confrontation with a polar bear. The huge beast wandered up to his truck and placed its face on the passenger window while baring its teeth. The moment was captured on camera by the 60-year-old, who watched the scene in awe from the back seat of the pick-up truck. The encounter happened on Barter Island, in the Beaufort Sea off the… Continue
Now here's some advertising that's not only relevant but well-executed. The Kolner Zoo worked with ad agency Preuss und Preuss in Berlin, Germany to come up with a set of ads that sweetly wish you a "Happy Easter!" How wonderfully whimsical!
Advertising Agency: Preuss und Preuss, Berlin, Germany
Creative Director: Michael Preuss
It's fascinating to see what type of objects governments throw into the ocean to create artificial reefs. Old and discarded subway cars, naval ships, and tanks rest on the sea floor, making homes for sea life and attracting divers. Artists have been busy as well, erecting underwater sculptures. Alan Taylor's… Continue
Valencia, Spain-based photographer Luis Beltran just sent us word that he's just launched a new website that's chock full of his most beautiful work. Months ago, we posted on Beltran's storytelling photo manipulations in a post titled… Continue
Taking American Apparel t-shirts and adding famous quotes from Shakespeare seems like a simple idea and one that most anyone could think up. André Brocatus actually executed on it in a sweet and simple way. His line is called, quite cleverly, Shirtspeare. Here are some of my favorites.…
Hong Kong-based photographer Wing Shya shoots Chinese supermodel Du Juan in a beautiful photo spread for Flair Italy's April 2011 issue. Viaggio A Xitang tells a story about a woman exploring an ancient Chinese city that appears desolate and empty. Watch as she goes in search of her history, looking to find answers of her complicated past.…
If you're looking for a way to add a little of creativity to your everyday life, why not make a funny food face? Japan-born and based Sayaka Minemura has created a whole set dedicated to this idea called Breakfast Project. Watch as she transforms everything from pancakes and toast to Japanese… Continue
Fabian Gonzalez must love superheros more than the average man! His newest illustration shows us our ABCs in true superhero style. I got Batman, Superman and Zorro but can someone please name the rest?
Artist Alan Wolfson recently completed an incredibly detailed miniature sculpture that will make you do a double take! Called Canal St. Cross-Section, the tri-level piece pays homage to one of the most famous streets in New York City. Canal Street is not just a major thoroughfare connecting Brooklyn and New Jersey, it's a major street known for its busy commercial district, old school… Continue
With no formal training in photography, James Appleton could have been like countless others, enjoying it as a hobby but never fully committing to it as his profession. Determined to make his passion his life-long work, he began scouring magazines and spending an inordinate amount of time online to study the work of photographers he admired the most. He also started submitting photographs to… Continue
Using a careful combination of hand-cut paper, gouache, hand-stitching and other mixed media, Brooklyn-based artist Dan-ah Kim creates magical worlds we'd love to get lost in. She's currently showing a new collection of work starting today at… Continue
Hyundai recently put their own spin on the projection mapping craze that's been trending with car companies lately. Suspending a Hyundai Accent in mid-air, they create a virtual vertical racetrack that's sure to blow your mind.
Formula One driver Kimmi Raikkonen shows us what pure happiness looks like. This photo was taken above the F1 Australian Grand Prix track at Albert Park in Melbourne. Appropriately, his nickname is Iceman.
Sir Richard Branson pushes the envelope like no other. Having already launched a successful commercial venture into space with Virgin Galactic, Branson aims to explore the deepest points in each of the world's five oceans with Virgin Oceanic.
The eight-foot long craft, made of carbon fiber… Continue
Based out Sao Paulo, Brazil, Tiago Hoisel specializes in creating hilarious animated illustrations. Aside from being incredibly eye-catching, each of his pieces has a strong, clever narrative. It's fun to watch someone as creative as Hoisel let his imagination run wild...…
Met favorite Sarah Joncas recently sent Hi-Fructose some shots showing what she's been up to in her studio as of late. The Toronto-based artist is currently in the process of creating new works for her yet to be titled solo show at Last Rites Gallery in New York City, which opens at the end of April. Joncas shares that she will be taking a… Continue