Some awesome font ideas spelled out with the objects they’re made from. Via Notcot:
A collection of snowy, frosty landscapes. Looks freezing, right? Well, not so much. The images are taken with near infrared photography, which alters the landscapes into bright and strange places. On first glance, you could be fooled. But the bottom image is so obviously hot and sunny that your eye finally makes sense of the scene. Click the images to see them in detail. Via Shutterstock:
The Sami people live a comparatively simple, cold and beautiful life in the northern parts of Scandinavia. Norwegian.com has an in-depth story and gallery on some of the customs and traditions of these indigenous northerners. The portraits show the purity and closeness to nature.
From Kai and Sunny, an amazing print called Just An Illusion 2. Gorgeously designed and printed, it’s something you can look not just at, but into.
In the era of digital manipulation, it’s always refreshing to find photographers who refuse to compromise their visions. But rarely do you find photographers with imaginations brimming as fully as JeeYoung Lee. She creates these physical, astounding dreamscapes in her small studio in Seoul, spending countless hours transforming a box of a room into so much more than that. Via Colossal:
It’s an art movement that has remained popular over the last decade, but too often the results are cold and unwelcoming. This series of illustrations by Prague-based artist going simply by Mike are a warm and inviting take on the steampunk genre. Illustrated with an amazing level of mechanical detail, these illustrations are photographed beautifully, and the ambience of the desk, the drawing tools, the camera lenses all help add to the charming feel they exude. Really great work.
We have posted about intricate carvings before, and upon initial view, this incredible carving seemed to push the limits of possibility. Upon further review, it’s a digital rendering, but the concept is strong, and the resulting art looks pretty stunning. Created by Jota Julián Gutiérrez. Via Hunter M & Behance:
Some striking photographs of modern museums, right? Not quite. They’re actually immaculate gingerbread houses, designed and built by Caitlin Levin and Henry Hargreaves. Photographed to look like they’re out in the real world, these edible museums are a treat for the eyes. Via Colossal: