A Little Water with Sand
Storing your Christmas ornaments until next year? Why? Alan Saller show us just what happens when high speed photography is combined with fluid-filled holiday decorations. The result? One explosive set!
Like most photographers out there, Saller found internet fame just by chance. One day, he started shooting random stuff in his garage with a… Continue
Hiding in a shroud of mystery, Banksy has made a name for himself without ever revealing his identity. Currently, he is the most famous street artist in the world and, just recently, he became a successful filmmaker with Exit Through the Gift Shop. It's unclear who put up this clever piece that was "spotted" on a city wall in Kreuzberg,… Continue
If you thought that pandas were just cute and cuddly bears, then you haven't seen them in the art of Xiaobaosg! The Singapore artist created the Panda Revolution series inspired by vintage propaganda posters (Chinese, Soviet Union and American). In an interesting turn of events, the series was so popular on the internet that the idea got stolen. Merchandise in China is now being mass produced… Continue
Now on display at London's Somerset House are Ai Weiwei's 12 huge bronze animal head sculptures called Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads. It is the first ever contemporary art sculpture to go on display at Somerset's historic courtyard as well a the first major outdoor public sculpture installation by the artist in London.
The heads are re-creations of the traditional Chinese… Continue
What is it about those brightly colored plastic blocks that always seems to conjure up fond memories of our childhood? Old Red Jalopy did an outstanding job of making them relevant by creating this summer's blockbuster movie posters all in Lego-style. They're so well done, they'll make you wish the movies were actually done in LEGO form!…
If you're making your way to Paris anytime from now through June 23, make sure to drop by the Grand Palais to see an epic work of art. Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor has created Leviathan, a 75,000 cubic-meter burgundy balloon that's made of PVC vinyl. Visitors are welcomed to touch the outside and then walk inside the 35-meter high installation. …
It's easy to get lost in a good book. In this series titled The Power of Books, Bulgarian digital artist Mladen Penev illustrates that very point in a graphic way. Whether it's a gruesome murder mystery or an oceanic adventure, books allow our imaginations to go buck wild...…
Chances are you've already seen Claire Morgan's incredibly detailed suspended sculptures somewhere around the web. If they didn't stop you in your tracks, then we invite you take a good, long look at them again. Though she uses common materials like lead, nylon, acrylic, she also spends countless hours arranging thousands of pieces of everything from fruits and leaves to dandelion seeds and… Continue
Guess what you're looking at? Ok, so the title gave it away. This is the single most valuable piece of American comic art ever to sell. The original art from Page 10, issue #3 of Frank Miller and Klaus Janson’s Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (DC, 1986) was recently brought for $448,125 as part of Heritage Auctions’ May 5 Vintage Comics and Comic Art Auction.
If you're a fan of Disney mash-ups (see Disney/Marvel mashup here), we'll guarantee that you'll love this set by 30-year-old Nathan Boyd. Though we're sure that this idea has been done many times over, the Texas-based artist executes on it flawlessly. Bravo, Boyd! We especially love Jiminy… Continue
With an amazing twist on why animals have color, this video is deeply creative. As a black and white forest is beautifully painted, a lone panda is forgotten, sparking compassion in an imaginative little boy. Full of heart, this video was brilliantly done.
Glenn Jones aka Glennz is the funniest, wittiest, and most clever illustrator on the planet. It's impossible not to laugh at his hilarious illustrations. In many cases, he takes old school pop references and adds his own, unique twist on them. (Angry Birds going to anger management? Too funny.)
This isn't the first time we've featured work from the Auckland, New… Continue
To promote the much anticipated Cars 2 release, Pixar's designers created these beautiful, vintage-style posters. In the sequel, Lightning McQueen and Mater take off on an action-packed adventure to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix. Mater… Continue
Miami-based artist NFN Kalyan just started a limited edition series of incredibly cool pieces - heads etched in glass! Made from sapphire glass and steel with a walnut wooden base, to house the LED lighting, the art is as cool as it is crazy!
This new piece, of NBA superstar LeBron James' head, took the artist five months to complete and is just the first of many to come. We can't…
American artist Tony Orrico takes art to another level by performing it! Bypassing traditional tools such as brushes and paints, he instead uses his body to create his mesmerizing pieces. His background in dance and choreography helps him utilize his body effectively to create precise, massive drawings. Whether he is spinning on his torso or moving a specific joint, he establishes a… Continue
26 year-old Douglas Alves is living the American dream. Self taught, Alves was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil where in 2000 he began his career working at different ad agencies. In 2005, he made the decision to become a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. Then, in 2007, Alves was offered the opportunity to move to Santa Monica, California to work on his portfolio he calls… Continue