Smoke Shapes by Thomas Herbrich

September 1, 2014 | in Photography
Smoke Shapes by Thomas Herbrich

During the last three months, photographer Thomas Herbrich made more than a hudred thousand photos of bizarre smoke forms. After that, he chose the most intricate of them that resemble something.

Neatly Organized Hues by Emily Blincoe

August 28, 2014 | in Photography
Neatly Organized Hues by Emily Blincoe

Photographer Emily Blincoe created pretty interesting arrangements of colors of vegetables and fruit.

Bizarre Bird-Inspired Stilettos by Masaya Kushino

August 26, 2014 | in Design
Bizarre Bird-Inspired Stilettos by Masaya Kushino

Japanese designer of shoes and bags Masaya Kushino is the owner of his own brand that is promoted not only in his native country but also in Europe and North America.

Mind-blowing Automotive Sculptures by Gerry Judah

August 22, 2014 | in Art
Mind-blowing Automotive Sculptures by Gerry Judah

Since 1997, artist and sculptor Gerry Judah creates his unusual automobile sculptures. His first experience was a project for the Goodwood Festival of Speed that took place in Sussex.

Realistic Swimmers in Gustavo Silva Nunez’s Paintings

August 20, 2014 | in Illustration
Realistic Swimmers in Gustavo Silva Nunez's Paintings

Venezuelan artist from the city of Valencia, whose name is Gustavo Silva Nunez, likes to paint portraits of people swimming in the pool. And he does it very well.

The Horrors of Junk Food by James Ostrer

August 19, 2014 | in Food & Drinks
The Horrors of Junk Food by James Ostrer

Neo-Baroque painter, photographer and just an extraordinary person, James Ostrer, created another project affecting a topic relevant to many.

Animal Murals on the Streets of London by Irony and Boe

August 18, 2014 | in Street Art
Animal Murals on the Streets of London by Irony and Boe

British temporary duo called Irony + Boe has painted a lot of walls in the British capital. Their full nicknames are Whoam Irony and Placee Boe.

The Weave House by A-cero

August 14, 2014 | in Architecture
The Weave House by A-cero

Architectural studio A-cero completed the construction of a unique house on the Mediterranean coast of Spain. The project was developed by two architects the name of whom are Joaquin Torres and Rafael Llamazares.

Cardboard Steampunk and Aerodynamics by Daniel Agdag

August 13, 2014 | in Art
Cardboard Steampunk and Aerodynamics by Daniel Agdag

Artist Daniel Agdag is engaged in a rather strange occupation. He comes up with series of items of non-existent sci-fi movies, then creates flying vehicles that will never take off.

Abandoned Germany in Daniel Barter’s Photos

August 13, 2014 | in Photography
Abandoned Germany in Daniel Barter's Photos

This photo project was born from another idea. An idea that the thirty-year old, London-based photographer Daniel Barter was implementing. He went to Germany to shoot a movie.

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