Game of Thrones meets pop art turns out to be brilliant idea. Mike Wrobel is a graphic artist that wonderfully transforms your favourite Game of Thrones characters, giving them an 80s and 90s makeover. Think Jon Snow as one who’d be into Nirvana, and Missandei rocking a ‘F*ck Slavery’ crop top. If you grew up in this amazing era and… Read the full article.
We’ve all created a design that looked amazing in Photoshop yet looked different (read, worse) once it was printed. Many designers are quick to blame the print shop when things like this happen. But the truth is, bad print jobs often have their roots in the design studio. Most designers know how to make good art, but they face a… Read the full article.
Similarity really is not the word to describe the Ethiopian women’s look. The country’s culture is so rich that each tribe has a completely different interpretation of beauty and personality. The talented photographer, Omar Reda, managed to capture the remarkable culture of Ethiopia during his visit to the country. All the beautiful Ethiopian women he met were not afraid to… Read the full article.
Italian Photographer Eleonora Costi traveled all through Italy seeking for places filled with stories and lived life, left in forgotten and to the power of dust: From houses, still furnished with richly painted large rooms to ex-psychiatric hospitals, from churches to border schools and monasteries. A photographic project that she hope spreads, through the pictures, stunning emotions, astonishment and uneasiness… Read the full article.
Imagine letting a small child decorate their bedroom—and then keeping that room exactly the same for the rest of their lives. As the child matures, they will probably start to dislike the color of paint on the walls or the way their furniture is arranged. Their tastes are changing, and they want their room to reflect that. The same thing… Read the full article.
David Keochkerian holds a PhD in human physiology, and when he’s not rehabilitating the human body, he’s creating dream worlds with natural landscapes and a large dose of creativity. The surreal images that you see are thanks to infrared photography. Wait, what’s that? Infrared light is all around us. It’s not visible to the naked eye, but sure doesn’t escape… Read the full article.
Love how your pooch or kitty vigorously shakes off water as if their lives depended on it? Carli Davidson seems to love it too, so much so that she has gone on to capture shots of them in the midst of a good shake-down. You wouldn’t want these shots of yourself because they’re plain unglamorous and unflattering, but for some… Read the full article.
Artist Brett Kern creates these very detailed ceramic sculptures that at first glance look very similar to inflatable toys. Almost indistinguishable. Kern does a really good job imitating all the forms, wrinkles, and color textures of air-filled toys.
The dream of flying is timeless and universal. Sure, we’ve got the plane, but that’s not quite the same as taking off ground anytime you want. You don’t necessarily want to fly across oceans and sometimes all you want is to vacuum the floor without actually being on it. Natsumi Hayashi finds a way to create moments like this, only… Read the full article.
We wish Photoshop and all this digital stuff existed when we were kids. And we sure wish that our parents took our kiddy drawings seriously. Just look at what this Dad does, it’s pure sorcery. Want a hammerhead shark that flies out of the water to give a smile? Dad’s got it. Got a sketch of a fat-necked giraffe with… Read the full article.