Fine art content from around the world, featuring painting, illustration, sculpture, printmaking and more.
Some strange and wonderful marketing for Ovnew, a conceptual restaurant that explores the idea of "chromatic eatsploration".
A striking series of photography entitled SHPORT, we see a tennis player and a soccer player, their dark complexion and backdrop contrasted with a pop of yellow color.
Brooklyn-based illustrator Abbey Lossing has a distinctive style and colors palette, feeling both nostalgic and very modern at the same time.
Skillfully using Photoshop to create digital collages that blend disparate scenes together, Justin Peters shows us entirely new realities. Horizons cleanly fade into foregrounds, human elements seamlessly become natural ones.
In a series of fun type lettering, we see ingredients elegantly spelled out using the actual product itself. "Honey" is glisteningly gold, while "Anchovies" is scrawled from the salty fish.
Touring musical acts and theater have been enthralling audiences with lights and sound for decades. The technology has slowly gotten more and more immersive, and we see the results of those advances, thanks to lighting artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray.
Advertising firm Wieden + Kennedy has released a short that features ocean plastic, and its detrimental effect on wildlife.
A collection of wildly surreal illustrations by Antonio Segura Donat.
In a series that features rare and endangered butterfly species, glass artist Laura Hart creates stunning facsimiles that bring a whole new meaning to 'fragile species'.
Presented as a concept at the Milan Furniture Fair, Panasonic collaborated with famed Swiss design company Vitra to design the Vitrine, a shadow-box that is transparent when off, and a television when on.
Guitarist Kaki King takes her already impressive playing to the next level with a projection-mapped guitar show.
Happy Earth Day! Or should it be, Happy Earth Day? We feel conflicted on this Earth Day, in the year 2019.
Capturing the beautiful spherical shapes of dewdrops and oil droplets, Heidi Westum gives us a vibrant collection that respects the way light works so elegantly with liquid. We respect the work that goes into this technical photography.
Dichroic glass is special because it displays two different colors, depending on how the light hits it. Artist and sculptor Chris Woods takes advantage of this property, with some beautiful geometric sculptures made up of glass squares.