French artist Aude Bourgine has a beautifully crafted series of textile art pieces that resemble coral, set within glass containers, like specimens plucked from the ocean floor
A captivating and vibrant series of photographs entitled "The Witch" show us a model dressed elegantly, in dramatic, blurred and obscured images.
Trüf Creative is a studio based out of Santa Monica. Their series called FAÜNA is an exploration of minimalist animals, in the style of Alexander Calder.
Do you know that moment when you first put cream in your coffee? The moment the swirls form, almost like the storms on Jupiter? Thomas Blanchard knows that moment, and has captured it in a love letter video called "Oooh !! My …
Check out these brain-bending images from photographer Peter Li who has traveled the world finding beautiful churches, and given us an entirely new perspective.
Philippine-based designer John Ed De Vera has a great series of layered, cut-paper art that explores concepts of space travel, music, art, and creativity. The rich colors and fun characters are expertly shaped and cut, bringing depth and shadow into the work.
Utilizing the square picture format and platform of Instagram, artist/photographer Jati Putra Pratama takes filtered-looking photos, and warps them to create surrealist worlds.
21-year old, self taught photographer and artist Diego Hernandez has an eye-melting collection of colorful, almost surrealistic scenes, featuring incredible landscapes and settings.
Great photo series of the Atacama desert in South America by photographer Jesse Echevarria.
The artist known as Local Preacher loves to explore the way wild, colorful light can transform the mundane into something otherworldly.
Muokkaa Studio from Spain have a vibrant series of rendered numbers that give a real visual pop.
Sneaker design has entered a new, hyper-stylized period, where artists, musicians, and others have begun collaborating with athletic companies. The results have been strange, interesting and awesome, making footwear a much more expressive experience.
In the style reminiscent of Charley Harper, British illustrator Neil Stevens channels a mid-century design spirit in this series of postage stamps. The colors are bright and bold, and the animal shapes simplified to make geometric forms.
Artist Marco Oggian has a series that explores individuality and commonality at the same time, called One Hundred Stories, One Face.