Canadian photographer Joel Robison is always in search for surprising and surreal images of the world that he created. He likes to portray different scenes of nature, personal objects or people, often featuring the outdoors.
This abandoned ships is the SS Ayrfield which is more than 102 years old and even though it looks like is floating in fact is stuck in the mud, but at times during various tides it has the appearance of floating. The ship commissioned by the Commonwealth Government for the transportation of supplies to American, but by the 1972, the hull had been broken up and ended up in Homebush Bay.
Since then is housing a lush flora growing in its rusted hull and the fully-grown mangrove trees that have earned this 1140 tonne ship the name of “Floating Forest”.
Go from 1 to 8 and back. Jump on one foot, then two, get down pick up the stone and you go on. Hopscotch rules remained the same, but the silicone hopscotch makes a new world possible. Any child of the new generation has access to it whether they are in an interior space, like their home, or outside in the street. This silicone hopscotch is a contemporary version of a nostalgic game and it was designed by Anca Fetcu, due to the challenge of the Intro team to reinterpret a classic game and to adapt it to the imagination of children today.
Although she has a tiny studio, Seoul based artist, JeeYoung Lee has a limitless and surreal imagination. In her 3 x 6 meter room, she managed to create this materialised “world” that came from her desires. The scenes have always has hand-made props, without any post-shoot digital edit of the images she takes.
Photographer Takashi Kitajima blurs the details of Tokyo’s buildings and bridges into beautifully abstract landscapes.By gaining a bird’s eye view of the urban landscape, Kitajima creates magical scenes where single, distinct objects are surrounded by a stunning blur of bokeh. The glowing dots of light create fields of color that lead directly to Kitajima’s single points of focus.
Justin Mezzell is an illustrator and designer currently surviving extreme weather conditions in Orlando, Florida. Enjoy his work!
Here we have composed most creative paper-cut illustration Artwork to inspire you and let you see what other artists are doing with paper all around the world. Paper art can be traced back to Japan, where it originated over a thousand years ago. Now these days from complex paper cutting to book carving, this is an ever expanding area of design and it is expanding day by day. These intricate paper designs grace museums and exauhibitions throughout the world and is becoming yet another exciting medium of expression for many designers.
Kaleidoscopic is a visually captivating series that alters everyday space with unexpected layers of reality. Brussels-based artist Maria Baoli uses a basic, mirrored triangle to introduce fragments of a person into common areas like a tiled bathroom or a wall covered with ivy. By simply intervening with the otherwise boring spaces, she generates intriguing effects that viewers will inspect and analyze until they identify some sort of connection between the two separate ideas.
When AMC’s Breaking Bad premiered in 2008, one of Alabama’s most successful meth cooks was already knee deep in building a massive meth empire. His name? Walter White. In this documentary, Walter tells us the secret behind his product, how he stacked up thousands of …
Developed by the team at Ogilvy China, PETA’s “Fur Hurts” campaign drives this message home with billboards of animals which are made of needles. Launched in March 2013, these prickly rabbits, foxes and marmosets were made by the Shenyang University Art Department and then transferred to billboards in the Zhuozhang Shopping Center.
As many animals are killed inhumanely for their fur in China, this campaign serves to remind people not to endorse such activities.
The Life of a Superhero is the name of a project by Swedish artist Andreas Englund. The project consists of some incredibly funny and photo realistic oil paintings documenting a Superhero in his day to day life; the ups, the downs, and the damn right hilarious. The series takes you through the life of this Superhero, from a toddler to an old man, and highlights the everyday struggles that can happen to the best of us.
Designed by Duncan Frazier and Steve McGuigan of Brookyln-based BitBanger Labs, the Pixelstick is a fancy new gadget for creating long-exposure light paintings. The device reads digital images created in Photoshop (or any other editor) and displays them one line at a time through an array of 198 full-color RGB LEDs. The images can be any height up to 198 pixels tall and many thousands of pixels wide creating huge possibilities for visual effects. You can see more example images created with the device here and learn more about it on Kickstarter.
Chinese artist Mu Boyan paints naked fat men, sometimes very big and sometimes flying through the air. Boyan has a Masters from the Sculpture department at the the central Academy of Fine Arts in China and we are glad we happened upon her work this morning!
Urbanproof is a clothing line that has been designed by the agency WTF (Write The Future) for B’twin to address problems that bikers encounter every day in the city. Thus, this is a range of coats, hats and gloves which was designed to allow urban cyclists to enjoy cycling as much comfort as on foot. To illustrate this project three artists themselves using their bikes daily, were asked to illustrate with their respective expertise three promises made products this collection: visibility, light and cold protection.
Nathan Brutsky is an Israeli artist living and working in Tel-Aviv who painted the amazing works with a new combination of color, harmony, and overflowing yet quiet energy, as well as intense textures that are also exquisitely balanced and refined.
A small project by the London based photographer Valerio Loi turning feelings as medicine. “The following “drugs” are the subjects of a still life project I am currently developing. In such difficult times it would be a fortune to find these medicines on pharmacies shelves. Even though are only 5, these small medicines needed plenty of time and effort to turn out as good as they are”.
Asked about his project, the artist said: “Fashion in Leaf was inspired by leaf and fashion. I was wondering does fashion can be part of leaf art as I’m interested in fashion. The most challlenging in this project was how to apply leaf to dress! However, I tried to find some more special leaf this time to make the “dress” looks elegant. I was very surprised to get those such beautiful leaves in a garden. I never thought the leaves can be so beautiful, some of them are full of structures, patterns and lines on it, different colors in a leaf, even is withered leaves. So, I applied them into different types of dresses according to the different types of leaves.”