Artist Pierre Jean-Louis accentuates African hairstyles with a surrealist, nature and space theme.
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.
Interpret them how you'd like, we think these Acid Fruits by artist Jose Berrio are just the right level of trippy.
These pixel stretched images are the work of Texas-based digital artist Joe Cavazos, who uses the motion in a photograph to complete a stretched or wiped impression.
Xander Marritt, a visual artist based in east London has a compelling series called Hidden Life, exploring the historic Nagano prefecture of Japan.
Designer Kyle Bean and photographer Aaron Tilley have a fun and apprehensive series called 'In Anxious Anticipation' that should make you slightly nervous.
There's an enormous wave crashing inside a building in Seoul.
Take a visual escape with these surrealist renderings by a range of creative designers.
Dubbed 'The Door to Hell", the Darvaza gas crater has been burning for fifty years in Turkmenistan
A massive projector is lighting up the Matterhorn with the flags of the world in solidarity with our global pandemic.
Christoffer Relander is an expert at using double exposure photography to tell elegant visual stories.
With the entire state of California on mandated quarantine lockdown due to Coronavirus, the cities are basically empty, something that seems out of a movie set, not real life.
Spanish painter Cinta Vidal has a beautiful and surrealist eye, creating scenes of multi dimension that draw the viewer in.
These free-flowing, bubbly 3D illustrations by artist UV Zhu are delightful in their whimsy and color.