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The Dissolving Sculptures of Tomohiro Inaba


Tomohiro Inaba is attracted to iron as a material among other reasons because it begins to rust and decay upon contact with air, practically the moment it is created.

Flowers that look like something else – Plants pareidolia


There are plenty examples of plants that look like something else and undoubtedly orchids are the masters of plants pareidolia.

The Whimsical Furniture of Lila Jang


Korean sculptor Lila Jang has created surreal versions of 18th-century French furniture. Tables, chairs, desks, and stools are transformed from ordinary to extraordinary.

Bottled Smoke Drawings by Jim Dingilian


Artist Jim Dingilian has an unconventional way of creating art. Instead of crafting images with paint or graphite, he uses smoke as his medium.

Fingal’s Cave


photo by Jim Richardson Fingal’s Cave, a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa off the west coast of Scotland, is formed entirely from hexagonally jointed basalt columns within a Paleocene lava flow.

Beneath Cold Seas – Photography by David Hall


With Beneath Cold Seas, David Hall highlights his work in the frigid waters of the Pacific Northwest, home of the diverse and visually spectacular marine life of this cold-water ecosystem.

Surreal Wet Plate Photography by Alex Timmermans


Alex Timmermans never imagined that a photographic process, which have been invented by Archer more than 160 years ago,was going to have such an influence on his passion for photography.

The Deep Blue Lakes of Afghanistan


Photo credit Band-e Amir National Park located in Afghanistan is a series of six turquoise lakes separated by natural dams made of travertine, a mineral deposit.

Creatures of the Night – Photography by Traer Scott


In Nocturne: Creatures of the Night Traer Scott features 42 intimate portraits of nocturnal animals. Scott sets her subjects against dark backgrounds.

Painted models blend in with NYC architecture


Trina Merry body paints people to blend with their surroudings. Her models have been photographed near famous landmarks around New York City, including the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, Central Park, the Guggenheim Museum and the iconic towers of downtown Manhattan.

Genesis – Photography by Sebastião Salgado


Sebastião Salgado is a Brazilian social documentary photographer and photojournalist who has been awarded numerous major photographic prizes in recognition of his accomplishments.

Animals Creation… Illustrated


Fun and creative  illustrations by Ricardo Solis, a Mexican artist based in Guadalajara. From a young age Solis attracted to art and nature, now as a professional artist tries to express in his work the beauty and perfection of both.

Life-like Wood Sculptures by Bruno Walpoth


Italian artist Bruno Walpoth creates haunting,  lifelike sculptures out of wood. Walpoth uses semi-translucent paint to coat his works, to ensure that the wood grains are visible.

Aurland Viewing Bridge


Aurland Viewing Bridge above Aurland, a small town in Sogn og Fjordane, one of the larger fjords on the West Coast of Norway, offers fantastic view of the fjord scenery .

The living illusions of John Pugh


Trompe l’oeil artist John Pugh creates large scale murals giving the illusion of a three-dimensional scene behind the wall.

World’s biggest bird nests


Photo: Jofie Lamprecht The nests of social weaver birds are believed to be the largest birds’ nests in the world.

Lenticular Clouds photography


Photo by Arco Images/Alamy Lenticular clouds are stationary lens-shaped clouds, normally aligned at right-angles to the wind direction.

Taxidermy Fairies by Cedric Laquieze


Amsterdam-based artist Cedric Laquieze has created a fantastical series of taxidermy fairies. Composed of bones, plants, feathers, and insect parts Laquieze’s otherworldly creatures may not look like the typical fairies but they are technically brilliant and visually intriguing.

Blue Iceland by Andy Lee


UK-based photographer Andy Lee on his first visit to Iceland returned home with a photo series titled “Blue Iceland”.

Surreal Juxtapositions


London-bases artist Nancy Fouts produces weird objects, a strange fusion of opposite components which brings a whole new look in the compounded material.


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