Australian artist Danie Mellor found inspiration in the history of Australia, meeting between Indigenous and Western cultures.
American art photographer Zack Seckler’s unique take on wildlife and landscape photography results in abstract, minimalist art.
Amazing comics artwork by Alessandro Rabatti that illustrates the value of money and discusses economic crisis.
Tennessee-based, self-taught artist Brian Tull is known for his oil and acrylic paintings in photorealistic style.
Scott Scheidly depicts the femininity of Tyrants, popes and dictators on their starkly masculine bodies.
Pavel Vetrov shows a mixture of colors and street art + plain white in a hotel room concept.
Australian artist Jacqui Stockdale is a highly respected photographer and painter known for her fascination with masks, cultural motifs and transformation.
Los Angeles artist Andrea Nakhla enjoys the time distortion of translating her own photographs to the canvas, as she spends up to 40 hours on one painting.
Two Russian photographers and self-proclaimed “urban ninja” climbed secretly Shanghai Tower skyscraper under construction
Wat Rong Khun is a glittering whitewashed temple that is situated 13 km south of the town. It is a well-known attraction among locals as well as tourists.
Displaying different lifestyles of human beings on earth by Cinta Vidal Agulló
Spacious, light-filled duplex penthouse in Jaffa, Tel Aviv renovated by local Israeli starchitect team Toledano + Architects.
Zaria Forman’s large-scale pastel drawings document our worlds shifting landscapes and the effects of climate change.
Thai artist and spiritual follower Tida Wei paints still life of flowers in a vibrant and expressive, acrylic-based style.
Self-taught artist hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Andrea Kowch’s works have been compared to famed American realist painter, Andrew Wyeth.
Visual artist and documentarian Chulayarnnon Siriphol, lives, works and breathes Bangkok.
A unique and modern look at the World’s famous leaders by Amit Shimoni.
Otherworldly is a fantastical book that presents subversive and avant-garde garments, styling, fashion photography, and designers.
Sacha Goldberger merges the modern day heroes and villains with 17th century art and shows a way to discover the melancholy of invincible people.