Los Angeles-based photographer Stephanie Gonot likes to play with her food. We’ve seen her artistic depiction of fad diets, and in a recent photo series for NEON magazine, she does a series of quirky food arrangements to depict office lunching habits. Gonot juxtaposes typical ‘office lunch’ food like Chinese take-out and Tupperware meals with office stationery, creating compositions that are fun and refreshing.
In Queens, in a building that is supposed to be a space where you can met many artists, is today one of the coolest elevators in the world. The building was restored but the new owners wanted to keep the elevator exactly how they found it.
Ontario-based British photographer Gillian Woods, aka GillyFace, explores her own imagination and talents through various personal photography challenges. Having completed a 52 Week Project and a 365 Project, Woods is yet another shining example of a young photographer who vastly improved her skills over the course of a year.
In the series titled Unlikely, photographer Giuseppe Colarusso imagine bizarre but humorous objects, each is technically impossible, improbable or simply unnecessary. Some of the models are actually made by the artist, others are created digitally via Photoshop. Enjoy!
Here is the world’s first heart-shaped watermelon is grown by Japanese farmer Hiroichi Kimura. Kimura turns the originally round fruits into the symbol of love because of his neighbor’s wish to see a watermelon in the shape of a heart.
Some artists use paint, others bronze, but Nathan Sawaya chooses to build his awe-inspiring art out of toy building blocks. LEGO® bricks to be exact. The former corporate lawyer quit his job in 2001 to focus on becoming the world’s foremost LEGO artist.
With more than 1.5 million colored bricks in his New York studio, Saway’s sculptures take many forms.
Jing Zhang an illustrator/designer in London. He started as a fashion illustrator a few years ago. But having broadened his creative vision in the fascinating capital, now he illustrates, he designs, and he animates. He has done some of the amazing works for big brands like Osiris Shoes, Future Publishing, Digital Arts, Ford, Volvo, IBD and etc…
Antoni Tudisco, is 21 years old and was born and raised in Germany by his Filipina mother and his Italian father. He got loads of projects and requests from some major clients such as MTV PHILIPPINES, COCA-COLA, REEBOK WOMAN, NESTLE and VANS.
“I’m a fan of extraordinary things ever since I was a child. I had my own world as a kid. I started to sketch during lessons when i was attending the elementary school I didnt really listen to the teacher i just draw and skribble.”