Here are some lovely photos of ballet dancers in motion by Jan Masny. He really captures the elegance and grace of women dancing. Each move is perfectly caught in his lens to create these beautiful images.…
It's impossible not to be blown away by Kirsty Mitchell's Wonderland series. Picking locations that are genuinely real, Kirsty produces incredibly vivid, colorful, and beautiful fairytale-like settings.
I reached out to Kirsty to ask her a few questions about the set. The…
Working under the name Littlewhitehead, Glasgow-based artists Craig Little and Blake Whitehead mysteriously place a child high up onto the ceiling of a room. If that's not strange enough - the child's head is stuck in a bunch of floating balloons!
“Within our work there is a strong connection between the reality that surrounds us and some kind of escapism to… Continue
It's hard to imagine living in a house as breathtaking as this. The Holman House sits on the edge of a 230-foot (70-meter) cliff and shoots out over the ocean. Designed by Sydney-based Durbach Block Architects, this incredible home was inspired by one of Picasso's paintings, "The Bathers."
Located in Dover Heights, an eastern suburb of Sydney, the Holman… Continue
We got some sneak peek pieces to show you from Craww! Bear, Fox and Deer are three all-new works that will be available starting on December 8, 2010 at Blik. Blik's removable wall graphics are a great way to dress up your boring white walls.
Whether you're a geek or not, you have to admit, this is one of the most impressive ice sculptures ever created. The magnificent piece was chiseled by Finnish artist Antti Pedrozo and Dutch artist Michel de Kok. The sheer size and amount of detail that went into making the icy Transformer is amazing!…
We've been asked a few times if My Modern Met will be covering Art Basel this year. Though we'd love to check out all of the amazing art, due to time constraints, we're skipping it this year. One reason why I'd personally love to go is to see Friends With You's outdoor installation called Rainbow City.… Continue
With all the rumors swirling about Google buying Groupon for between $5 to $6 billion (yes, billion), it's nice to see that someone can make a creative joke out of it. Internet marketer John Boyle made a website -… Continue
They made us laugh with their first set of WTF? illustrations and now creative design company Estudio Minga is back with their second set! What began as an in-house joke quickly became a way for Estudio Minga to show the world just how creative they could be. Astoundingly, for this month,… Continue
Columbian artist Yosman Botero likes to think beyond 2D. Painting on multiple Plexiglas sheets, he creates three-dimensional holographic images. The resulting works are full of depth, original, and intriguing. I caught up with Yosman to ask him a few questions:
Can you please give us a brief description about yourself?
I was born in Cucuta, a… Continue
Using no Photoshop at all, Northern Ireland-based photographer Helen Warner (aka Airgarten) creates fantastically freakish scenes that look like they're something out of a dream (or nightmare). Instead, she uses traditional props and tools like powder, plastic, glass, smoke, netting, and even sheer tights to construct these surreal worlds, hoping to trigger a memory… Continue
Uruguay-based illustrator Martin Ansin created these amazing illustrations based on the critically acclaimed movie The Social Network. Featured in Wired magazine's behind-the-scenes story, these highly detailed illustrations really capture the movie's dark… Continue
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In a place where underwater wildlife still thrives, Darek Sepiolo continues to take some of the most incredible footage ever. You may remember his first Galapagos video, which was shot almost two years ago. The vivid shots he captures of hammerhead and whale sharks are absolutely breathtaking.
Inspired by Hans Zimmer's melodramatic music, Sepiolo uses music from the Dark…Continue
Sometimes it takes powerful imagery like this to make us appreciate our lot in life. Called Lottery of Life, the side-by-side comparisons are for Save the Children, an independent organization about creating lasting change in the lives of children in need. When disaster strikes around the world, Save the Children is there to save lives with… Continue
We first fell in love with D. Yee's work through his cinematic photos. Yee has that ability to take slices of life and make them appear like silent scenes out of a movie. Looking through his website, you'll find that Yee is also a very talented artist. Whether it's through his smooth… Continue
Mr. Hou didn't expect to become an internet sensation after he uploaded some photos of his 3D chalk art pieces onto a Chinese forum a few weeks ago. After all, he's just an average Chinese citizen who enjoys drawing for his little boy. Now, people from all over the web are referring to him by a new nickname - "Chalk God."
Foster + Partners recently unveiled this design for a museum on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi. Named after UAE founder Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the Zayed National Museum will be dedicated to the history and culture of the country.
Because of the Sheikh's love for falcons, the museum will feature five lightweight steel towers that resemble the wings… Continue
Some might say that Sam Flores was born an artist. Painting and drawing since he was a little boy, Flores is always looking to develop his creative side, no matter how much success he's achieved. He paints characters that are immersed in tragic worlds, where beauty and darkness seem to be able to harmoniously coexist. Given their brightly colored surroundings, why are… Continue
Meet Victoria’s Secret’s newest angel - Katsia Zinga. Fashion photographer Richard Bernardin shoots the stunning model for the latest issue of Grazia Paris. Katsia looks so sexy in her seductive lingerie! Victoria's Secret sure knows how to pick them!…