Look up the colorful dresses of Daryl Banks' leggy models and you've got his project titled "Crinoline Flowers". Inspired by macro photography of flowers, Daryl sought out to "simulate the intricate beauty of those photographs with crinolines, legs and hosiery." One thing is for sure - the angle at…Continue
Marsha Gubar (aka LimKis) certainly doesn't hold back with the bursts of color in her vector art. With the mastery of programs like Adobe Illustrator, the Russian illustrator takes us on a journey into the fantasy world, filled with magic, beautiful women, and weird looking creatures.
"I believe if a person isn't developing, he's slipping. It's not enough…
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This Jimi Hendrix painting by David Choe is beyond awesome! His largest work to date, he only produced 27 giclee' prints at $600, and sold out before he even got the post up on his blog.…
Would you believe me if I told you these shots were from a 15-year-old photographer? Known as fhrankee on deviantART, the Romanian boy does a great job seamlessly blending some of my favorite colors together in an eye-catching way.…
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Been wanting to go to the Zoo, but haven't had the chance? No problem, I've got you covered. Welcome to the Dark Zoo by photographer Nicolas Evariste.
Taken in magnificent black and white, Nicolas does a great job with the composition of these shots, accentuating each animal's individual strength and personality.…
Regardless of the troubles he faced in his personal life, there is no question that Michael Jackson revolutionized music throughout the entire world. His 1982 album Thriller is the world's best-selling record of all time, and four other solo studio albums are also among the world's best-selling records: Off the Wall (1979), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) and HIStory…Continue
Danish architects Bjarke Ingels Group have won an international competition to design a new town hall in Tallinn, Estonia.
Within the cluster of administrative buildings, various public departments form a porous canopy above the public service market place allowing daylight to permeate the structure.
In an effort to echo the transparency of a…
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DDB Brazil and photographer Rodrigo Ribeiro created this "Blend In" campaign for Zoo Safari. The blending of the images makes a cool effect, but could you imagine if these animals were that close to your car?!
Some gorgeous shots by UK-based photographer Gordon McBryde. The 19-year-old gives us a peek at the vast, open beauty of the countryside, and a macro look at some of the intricate plant life that is abundant in the fields.…
There's something incredibly fun, mysterious, and romantic about kissing shadows. It's amusing to see how the silhouettes take on different textures and colors depending on the background. Here are some of my favorite shots that I hope brighten your day.…
Hold on to your seat folks, this one's a doozy...
For those living in high-rise apartments in the city, parking can be a real hassle. Now imagine if you had a car that could climb walls and park right outside your apartment window. Far fetched, yes. Impossible, probably not.
This computer mouse-looking concept car is called the Peugeot…