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This giant kaleidoscope was built inside of a shipping container by Japanese designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki.
In many countries around the world, decorating the entrance to one’s home is thought to bring luck, happiness and wealth.
This magical-looking vine, which rains down pink and purple blooms, is called the wisteria (also spelled wistaria and wysteria), and this specimen is the largest of its kind in Japan.
Renowned 83-year-old photographer Ken Heyman was taken by surprise when he found a box full of black and white photos of mothers and their children around the world that he took 50 years ago.
These alluring textile creatures are the products of artist Yumi Okita’s beautiful imagination and skilled fingers.
Urban environments and nature are usually held to be polar opposites, but even in the concrete jungle, street artists can find a way to incorporate nature into their street art.
German artist Gesine Marwedel specializes in creating beautiful and elegant body paintings that transforms people into plants, animals, or even abstract works of art.
Robin Wight, a talented photographer based in the U.K., creates enchanting fairy sculptures out of stainless steel wires.
In his stunning “Dream Collector” series, American photographer Arthur Tress tapped into the immense emotional power present in our childhood dreams and turned it into a gripping series of photographs.
The creator of Texts From Dog and these silly commuter illustrations is back with more great commuter art antics.
Megumi Kajiwara and Tatuhiko Nijima, two Japanese illustrators and designers, have created a beautiful book called Motion Silhouette that uses light and shadows to animate its beautifully illustrated pages.
Telmo Pieper, a Dutch street and mural artist (and one half of the Telmo Miel duo), revisited his childhood by creating awesome digital paintings called “Kiddie Arts” that reinterpret his childhood drawings and try to make sense of them from an adult perspective by filling them in with details, texture and color.
Anatol Knotek, a talented artist and poet based in Vienna, creates brilliant and minimalistic pieces of concrete poetry that communicates messages in a way that words alone never could.
There is probably no city or town in the world that doesn’t have a statue or sculpture – they commemorate important events, help us remember our greatest people, or simply put smiles on our faces.
Some time ago DeMilked wrote about a photographer Pierce Thiot who puts all kinds of things in his beard.
Companies invest a lot of money to make their brands look flawless to their customers. However, even the best brands have qualities, which are not considered so great by customers.
Beddings are probably the last thing that you’d expect to see such a variety of different creative designs on.
If you’re sick and tired of those banal greeting cards you see in your local convenience stores and book shops, you’ll just love these ones!
We all know that we produce a lot of garbage, but throwing them out nearly daily prevents us from noticing just how much is “a lot.” In this project, aptly named “7 Days of Garbage,” photographer Gregg Segal took bizarrely artistic photos of families and individuals laying in 7 days-worth pool of their garbage, escalating the inconvenient truth about one of the deepest environmental issues of today.
Mirrorsme, a young Norwegian instagramer, has certainly altered our perception of mirror selfies. A new Internet starlet has been drawing funny interactive illustration with posca, acrylic and chalk markers on her bathroom mirror for over a year.