Fine art content from around the world, featuring painting, illustration, sculpture, printmaking and more.
Based in Czech Republic, artist and designer Pavel Novák has a great series of low-poly (low number of polygons) renderings that encapsulate entire scenes in neat little squares.
This beautiful bird is the Eurasian Eagle-Owl, a large species of owl with a 6-foot wingspan, and a habitat that reaches across much of Eurasia.
Regular Rain, a series by Visual Scientist shows sidewalk puddles captured in rainbow light, reflecting and refracting in a spectrum of hues.
Buddy Buddy is a new brand of nut butters and almond milk from Belgium. Their branding was done by firm Futura, and shows a great sense of playfulness and fun, while remaining deeply modern and established looking.
Artist Andrea Antoni takes us on a journey through myriad landscapes, but with a corresponding color swatch strip to match the scenery to an official color.
Thanks to the magic of Landsat satellites that are whizzing around overhead, we can see snapshots of our fragile planet from above, showcasing a range of dazzling landscapes.
Striking city street scenes, colorful architectural gems, and lively animated GIFs make up the work of Bangalore-based Muhammed Sajid.
This 1988 Plymouth Caravelle has been "glitched", and made into a fascinating sculpture pushes the boundaries of physical surrealism.
Well, isn't this a delightful little short film? This unorthodox popcorn-popping method is the work of Zita Bernet and Rafael Sommerhalder. Eat it up!
Using gel on a simple CD, Ruslan Khasanov has created a fun and vibrant typeface full of personality.
Things are not alway what they seem, especially for this fluffy white pillow, which is actually masterfully sculpted out of white marble by Norwegian artist Håkon Anton Fagerås.
Extinction Rebellion launched a Sinking House down the River Thames in London to drive home the point about climate change, and sea level rise.
Instead of entire paintings, how about exploring a singular stroke of paint? Iranian artist Golsa Golchini has a fascinating take on an age-old medium.
Manhattan's Garment District has been transformed with a fun seesaw installation open to the public.