We already talked about the amazing surreal photographs by Erik Johansson, this Swedish artist who manipulates Photoshop with an incredible talent for creating optical illusions and fantastic landscapes.
The creations of the British artist Adam Hale, aka The Daily Splice, who uses the free newspapers and magazines from London to create a new collage every day, cutting the photographs and assembling them by hand.
The DOT Smartwatch is a connected watch designed specifically for the visually impaired, displaying Braille characters on its screen.
The Nuigurumi Cafe, which just opened its doors in Tokyo (inevitably), is a cafe reserved only for stuffed animals!
A selection of the street art creations and paintings by American artist James Bullough, now based in Berlin, who uses a subtle blend of hyperrealism and graphic punctuations to create light and airy compositions.
100 years of evolution of the beauty standards in Germany, from 1910 to 2010, explored through the changes of style and hairstyle.
The adorable crocheted superheroes and other geeky characters by Geeky Hooker, an American who is having fun creating small figures inspired by the cult universes of pop culture, then hiding them in the streets of San Diego during the famous Comic-Con, creating some surprise gifts for visitors.
The creations of Nick Pourfard, a 22-year-old young artist, skateboarder, musician and design student, based in San Francisco, who recycles old skateboard decks to create beautiful guitars.
The Remake Project is a project initiated in 2011 by Jeff Hamada, creator of Booooooom, who invited amateur and professional artists to transpose the masterpieces of painting into photographs, from Magritte to Edward Hopper through Dali, Velasquez or Picasso, recreating the characters and stagings with the means at hand.
Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki is a beautiful tribute to Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki and his Studio Ghibli, recreating in 3D the dream worlds and famous scenes of these cult animation movies and inserting the characters, from Spirited Away to My Neighbor Totoro through Castle in the Sky and The Wind Rises.
Roi Airplanes is a beautiful series of photographs by Brandi Mueller, who captured an underwater graveyard populated by planes from World War II, located off the Marshall Islands in Oceania.
George Lucas is often criticized for having modified many times the original Star Wars trilogy, distorting the original masterpiece to adapt it to modern techniques.
SALt, for Sustainable Alternative Lighting, is a lamp that is able to stays illuminated for 8 hours in a row with a simple glass of salt water, providing light during emergency and natural disasters, but also allowing the users to charge their phone through the USB port.
The Global Police series of illustrator Gunduz Agayev, who stages the clichés surrounding the police officers around the world, particularly in countries known to violate human rights, through satirical and sarcastic illustrations… Read the original post Global Police – Satirical illustrations on th
Urban Camping is an innovative project bringing together 14 cabins between art, design and architecture, installed on the Centrumeiland in Amsterdam.
A new selection of the strange culinary mashups by Matija Erceg, who with her Serious Design series is having fun creating bizarre and twisted objects mixing food and everyday items, from sausage to water gun through bone marrow, pacifier or fried chicken and handbag.
With his Home Stage series, the American photographer David Perkins captures professional dancers at home, in their intimacy, through beautiful portraits without artifice.
When the truth comes out of the mouths of pregnant women with the little quotes of Meghna Shah, aka Mommie Poppins, who illustrates in a way as honest as cynical and hilarious the torments of pregnancy and the life of a new mom… Read the original post Mommie Poppins – When the truth comes out of the
After Strokemon, the Pokemon porn parody we mentioned last month, here is Jurassic Porn, which as its name makes clear, is a porn parody of the Jurassic World movie!
With his Desert Ink series, the Australian photographer Jonathan May documents the life of 8 repented tattoo artists from Mexican gangs, capturing in a photographic tale their desire to break free from the daily violence to concentrate on their creations and their art, leaving behind a life forged in the world of gangs, shootings, drug dealing and jail.