Using a thick daub, paint stroke style, self-taught artist Joseph Lee has carved out a unique look all his own. After leaving his sushi restaurant job, Lee decided to pursue a career in painting. The style he adapted explores the 'parallel between …
Of the surrealist artists working today, we think Julien Pacaud may have carved out the most distinct and replicated style.
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.
Photographer Paolo Pettigiani's series Infraland continues, utilizing infrared film to show us places we've seen before, like we've never seen them.
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.
The perfect-tech-startup-named Cangaroo was launched in Sweden, and will feature by-the-hour rental pogo sticks. Yes, pogo sticks.
Sweet Little Cloud is the name of this magical drink from Mellower Coffee. An americano with a cotton candy 'cloud' attached, the steam from the coffee causes the cloud to gently rain sugar into your cup. We love the clever beauty of …
French digital artist Mathieu L.B is prolific, creating dozens of fun, illustrative explorations using a very distinctive color palette, and 3D rendering.
This striking series by Mikael Owunna was shot entirely in the dark using a UV filter, of models covered in fluorescent pigments. The result looks like people made of stars, their interstellar points of light shining bright against the inky blackness.
Japanese artist Natsumi Hayashi is a self-proclaimed "levitator", taking photos of herself floating all over her city of Tokyo. The clever compositions show her on the subway, vacuuming, and going about her daily tasks, all while hovering elegantly above the ground. It makes …
In a poetic, half-a-lifetime effort, Polish conceptual artist Roman Opalka tried to count to infinity, using his paintbrush. From 1965 until his death in 2011, he patiently and diligently painted consecutive numbers.
Photographer and stylist Maria Svarbova has an enchanting series that showcases elegantly dressed ladies and synchronized swimmers in the desert, a juxtaposition that is as visually pleasing as it is anachronistic.
Some strange and wonderful marketing for Ovnew, a conceptual restaurant that explores the idea of "chromatic eatsploration".