Claire Luxton is making waves with her dramatic and daring self portraits.
Am I awake yet? The work of Aaron Elliott is dreamlike and fantastical, where skylines blend with city streets, where up is down, and where cityscapes are mirrored to create surreal surroundings.
Regular Rain, a series by Visual Scientist shows sidewalk puddles captured in rainbow light, reflecting and refracting in a spectrum of hues.
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!
It's amazing what such dedication to a craft can produce, and photographer Andrew McCarthy shows us just how far that talent can take you. The image of our moon, below, was patiently stitched together from 100,000 photos.
Even after a musician dies, their music lives on for generations, sometimes becoming more popular posthumously. Now, with the advent of holographic technology, that artist can perform onstage, long after they've left this world.
Erkin Demir combines natural elements with model portraits, turning what could look silly and laughable into something emotional and dreamlike.
It's been really fun to follow Paolo Pettigiani's journey that he calls "Infraland". He's traveled to many parts of the world to showcase places in a new, infrared photography light.
There's something unexpected and lovely about this series of Gifs by Sydney-based artist Nancy Liang. The charcoal color palette perhaps, but more likely the playful and charming scenes of nighttime, with subtle movements and gentle swaying.
(OO) is the clever title of this short film by Seoro Oh, and man oh man it's a beauty. Never before have we seen a story about the nose and its perils so expressively represented.
Syd Mead was one of the most respected futurists in the field, someone turned to when films wanted to depict a future society or place.
A guesthouse in Guilin, China, has a series of wildly elaborate staircases, straight out of an M.C. Escher drawing
A series of powerful collages that pay respect to the tragedy of dementia.