Hula portraits amazing bathing ladies half sub-merged in the isolated water.
Look at this amazing watches dedicated to the Chinese New Year. We are you sure that you will appreciate this piece of elegant art.
Brooklyn-based artist Randall Stoltzfus creates gritty oil paintings that explore the rural landscapes of a childhood spent in the Shenandoah Valley.
Amazing hyperrealistic paintings made by Mike Dargas. Yes this is painting, no photography!
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.
Two Russian photographers and self-proclaimed “urban ninja” climbed secretly Shanghai Tower skyscraper under construction
The Sony World Photography Award is one of the most respected and influential photography competitions in the world. Check out Part 2 of our post.
Do not miss this fabulous video by director Rino Stefano Tagliafierro who animates most famous masterpieces of Art. Ten minutes of happiness and emotion.
Otherworldly is a fantastical book that presents subversive and avant-garde garments, styling, fashion photography, and designers.
San Franciscan artist Kevin Earl Taylor produces fantastical, allegorical works highlighting the human desire to dominate the natural world.
Florida artist, Zac Freeman uses exclusively collected junk, including plastic containers, buttons, legos and bottles to create beautifully detailed portraits.
Visual artist and documentarian Chulayarnnon Siriphol, lives, works and breathes Bangkok.
Sebastian Bieniek portraits the daily routine of double faced girl having different postures.
London-based artist Eleanor Macnair recreates the world’s most beloved and iconic photographs in everyday, children’s Play-Doh.
New York’s Joshua Liner Gallery hosts an exhibition by the famed Japanese artist and master craftsman, Riusuke Fukahori.
If you do not know Thomas Yang, cycling enthusiast and designer artist based in Singapore, discover some of these print again and again to the glory of bicycle.
More great movie posters featuring the stylized illustrations of the late 20’s to early 80’s – Part 2
Photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot are known for images that feature smoke bombs detonated in remote, beautiful locations across the globe.
Kawashima Kotori’s wonderful candid photography of a little Japanese girl shows us a glimpse into the energy, joyfulness and simplicity of a child’s life.