Self taught visual artist Andreas Lie is based in Norway, and has made a name for himself through stunning double exposure photography. We love his work so much, we have prints of it hanging in our home. There’s something magical to see …
Andreas Häggkvist is a Swedish artist who creates wondrous and surreal animal art, bringing attention to endangered species.
A huge and concerning collection of endangered animal illustrations, showcasing the most endangered species in each of the fifty United States.
Lighthearted and mostly absurd in nature, the surrealism by Australia-based artist Phonsay Phothisomphane captures the imagination.
French design group Les Créatonautes have a clever sense of creativity, creating visual mashups that feel both natural and absurd.
These silly and surreal animal mashups by Jonas Loose will add a bit of levity to your day.
A collection of surrealist animal portraits by French artist Julien Tabet.
We all know that climate change is real, is happening, and that we as humans are responsible. What you might not know, however, are the species that are already being severely affected by rising temperatures, melting sea ice, and deforestation and habitat …
So fun and adorable that we immediately had to snag one off of Etsy, Lidiya Marinchuk’s hand-painted creatures are made of cotton, with detailed and precise designs that show great personality. Based in the Ukraine, her items are available for purchase, and …
Detlef Knapp takes breathtaking photos, mostly of animals, focusing intensely on close-ups, macros, and detail. He also takes some liberties with textures, adding subtle filters to make them seem almost dreamlike. Of his vast library of images, here are some choice shots …
Andrew Fox has some clever animals made from calligraphy forms. Via Behance:
Birds, birds, birds, as you have most definitely not seen them before. Tremendously creative and playful animation by Zeitguised. Via Modular4Kc:
Ben Foster is a sculptor from New Zealand, making geometric animals that are larger than life. Via MyModernMet: From Foster: “My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade – a careful balance of form and motion.” Ben Foster website
A very beautiful bobtail squid, photographed by Todd Bretl. Via My Modern Met: Photographer Todd Bretl’s website