Whether they're splashing out of a pool or jumping into a puddle, the subjects in Carlos' photos make us want to go outside and play. I love how you can almost feel the warmth emanating from them; the soft orange hue of the sun hitting the skin makes for visually stunning photos.…
Photographer Dom Cruz has a knack for taking ordinary street scenes and turning them into movie-like moments. Snapping candid shots of unsuspecting people on the streets, Cruz sees drama and mystery that most of us might miss. What you can appreciate most is that his photos ask you to figure what happens next. For instance, whether that pretty girl walking on the… Continue
Samsung and their creative agencies have been killing it these days with their amazing commercials and this ad called A New Dimension is no exception. Shot all around London as well as in Buenos Aires and Brazil, Samsung showcases their 3D LED TVs in a new and exciting way. The last installation even looks like a high-tech version of a… Continue
Added by alice on May 6, 2010 at 9:00am —
Melbourne based photographer Jeremy Blincoe captures the innocence of our youth in this captivating series called Wander and Wonder. With sad, sullen faces, these children appear lost in their thoughts, dreaming of a bright future while feeling trapped in a dark world.
Nature has a strong presence in these works. It is we who could get lost in the panoramic vistas of dead…
If you're TV could talk, what would it say? Would it be as crazy and neurotic as this? Inspired by Todd Alcott's poem called Television, Beth Fulton created this video that makes us think twice about our television watching habits.
Purple, blue, red and yellow paint streaked across Berlin streets for a public art project aimed at visually tracking traffic. Thirteen gallons of water-based paint was spilled on a busy intersection and then distributed all over Rosenthaler Platz by the unsuspecting cars on the road. Different colors were used for different directions to mark traffic… Continue
Not very long ago, I named Tina Roth Eisenberg of Swiss Miss one of Today's Top 10 Tastemakers. Watch this video as Tina shares her experiences as a Swiss graphic designer in New York, and how and where she finds inspiration… Continue
Added by alice on May 4, 2010 at 12:30pm —
There's something about the way New York based fashion photographer Jamie Nelson positions her models that make each photo look absolutely stunning. She's also able to capture such raw emotion in their faces, making us feel as though we're voyeurs in her photographic journey.
"I guess my eye just isn’t attracted to modern trends quite as much so the imagery… Continue
Kebab, pizza and french fries take on entirely different meanings in these creative ads for Man Vs Wild. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the show, Man Vs Wild takes ex S.A.S. soldier Bear Grylls and drops him into an extreme environment with little more than the clothes on his back. His mission...to survive! A large part of survival is finding food and water…
How much fun would it be if you could make childhood drawings come to life? That's what Korean artist Yeondoo Jung did with his creative Wonderland series. Jung transformed crayon drawings filled with sweet and sometimes bizarre imagery into real life photographs. Without the help of any computer graphics, Wonderland takes us from fantasy to reality in one fell… Continue
Prize package #4 is for those people who believe execution is just as important as inspiration. Making Ideas Happen is written by Scott Belsky, the founder and CEO of Behance, a company on a mission to empower and organize the creative world. His book offers greats tips… Continue
I just received a nice email asking me to spread the word about Olympus' new contest, Pen Your Story. You'll get the ability to win their new PEN E-PL1 and $5,000 to make the creative project you always dreamed of. All you have to do is submit a video proposal to the… Continue
Every once in a while, we'll come across a photo series that makes us want to jump for joy. Dancers Among Us, a collection of NYC dance photographs taken by Jordan Matter, has done just that. An ongoing project that began in the spring of 2009, these images made no use of trampolines or other jumping devices. They were just the result of thousands of hours of…
Consistently making the top 10 lists as one of the world's most beautiful staircases, this steel structure by Olafur Eliasson is truly a piece of art. Called Umschreibung (or Rewriting), it was created in 2004 for KPMG Munich, Germany.… Continue
Just wanted to give a big shout out to metropolite Mia for winning giveaway contest #3! She's now the proud owner of two books, Creepy Cute Crochet and Dawn of the Dreadfuls. In case you missed it, here's the scary story that… Continue
Titled "Get Back in Your Book," this highly creative set by Canada-based Lissy Elle features a few of our favorite fictional characters trying to stay in the real world, but forced to go back into their respective books. The concept and execution of this series is fantastic!…