To mark the 50th Anniversary of the momentous Apollo 11 moon landing, Dutch group Woodwork has created a beautiful and compelling short film of the voyage.
You'll be excused if these optical illusion murals from Italian artist Peeta scramble your brain a little bit.
Take a look at these bent perspective photos of cities in Russia and Spain by Lestnica and let your mind try to make sense of the trippy morphing that is going on.
Chris Labrooy has a way with transforming cars, digitally, to become acrobatic stars you've never seen before. We're impressed by his imagination, taking well known classic sports cars, and tweaking them in ways we'd never have imagined ourselves.
German group Circus Roncalli has started using 3D holographs of animals, instead of live animals in their shows.
This Dick Tracy-like character is beautifully rendered in his overcoat, posing in a shadow, with a caramel flan hat, dripping sauce. It's a comical pairing, one that digital artist Cristian Girotto is skilled at.
Artist Danny Ivan gives us an array of bright, 3D renderings, all with a pronounced rhythm and flow. The fine lines, bending, swirling colors, and the various patterned shapes are pleasingly trippy.
In this strange and beautiful series by Madrid-based NastPlas, we see insects that have been thoroughly 'modified' to adapt to changing climate and the changing world of the 21st century.
These clever and impressive renders show tools that are entirely made of their respective parts and cohorts. We see power drills made of bits and drywall anchors. We see a hammer made entirely of tacks and nails.
French digital artist Mathieu L.B is prolific, creating dozens of fun, illustrative explorations using a very distinctive color palette, and 3D rendering.
3D illustrator Aarón Martínez has a knack for the everyday, rendering ordinary scenes into playful and adorable vignettes. We love the absurdity and plasticky plumpness of his characters, and the humorous setups they're in.