This elegant, vintage-inspired illustration by French artist 'Monsieur Tadef' harkens back to travel posters of yesteryear, and brings to mind artists like Joseph Binder and Stan Galli.
To commemorate 100 years of the Bauhaus movement, artists have turned famous logos into Bauhaus-style versions.
Russian artist Dudnikova Eugeniya has an outdoor series where she fills natural knot scars in trees with miniature works of art.
Paper art comes in all forms and styles, as flexible as your imagination is. Estonian artist Eiko Ojala helps to push the medium further, thanks to his dynamic, intricate, and impactful cut paper artwork.
Utilizing his own super-vibrant, futuristic illustration style, digital artist Maxim Shkret has created an entire kingdom of animals, from polar bears to hummingbirds to five-pointed unicorns.
We're big corgi fans, (we have one), and they are undeniably cute and goofy. Fellow corgi owner Bryan Reisberg decided to Photoshop movie posters to star his dog Maxine, and the results are hilarious. And cute.
Cleverly using the shadow and negative space of random items, Vincent Bal has created some adorable scenes that show the beauty of subtle simplicity.
We like these dynamic paintings, using a sharp-edged, palette knife style.
Shared without further explanation, we like to think of these forms as futuristic iconography or signage, like way-finding designs from 2035 or so.
For music and Star Wars lovers, this exhaustive series of hilarious album cover mash-ups will be a huge hit.
Artist Effy Zhang has a vivid yet minimal illustrative journey through a dreamlike world.
Portland-based designer Luke Choice takes us on a cosmic vision of kaleidoscopic wonder, exploring "the essence behind some of the most amazing creatures from the Animal Kingdom."