Japanese artist Jun Kitagawa installs zippers in buildings, on walls, and even in public ponds, around Japan.
Fine art photographer Kylli Sparre, (aka Sparrek), spent years training to become a professional ballet dancer.
Light pillars form when a bright light (from the sun, the moon or man-made light sources) reflects off the surfaces of millions of falling ice crystals associated with thin, high-level clouds.
Dutch illustrator Tineke Meirink with her series Stop:Watch hopes to make people realize that “everything has its beauty and that it is just more fun to take a closer look.” Stop:watch is about taking a closer look.
Ben Goossens worked for 35 years in his native Belgium as an ad agency art director. After retiring, Goossen’s turned to creating photo montages with a distinctive Surrealism style reminiscent of his fellow countryman, René Magritte.
Myeongbeom Kim was born in Busan but currently lives and works in Seoul and Chicago. With his installations he creates surreal experiences through unexpected encounters between man-made objects and items from nature: a light bulb filled with water in which goldfish perform for the audience, a tree that floats in the air, suspended by colored balloons used both as a reference to a weakness waiting to explode and a falsely cheerful element… His exhibits can be seen around the world, as his work is constantly growing and breaking free of the regular.
Unkai Terrace is located atop a mountain peak on the island of Hokkaido in Japan, offering tourists breathtaking views of clouds floating below.
Winter landscape fine art drawings by Thomas Lamb. Lamb’s paintings reflect the physical perception and memory of a subject experienced directly.
Photo by Yosuke Kashiwakura The crows that live in Tokyo build their nests out of metal clothes-hangers.
Photo credit Joal-Fadiouth is a village at the end of the Petite Côte of Senegal. Joal lies on the mainland, while Fadiouth, linked by a bridge, lies on an island of clam shells, which are also used in local architecture and crafts.
People often say don’t judge a book by its cover, but in sales the first impression created by the packaging of a product, sometimes it’s all it takes for us to want it.
ITO Hirotoshi‘s (aka Jiyuseki) stone sculptures are not only amusing, but also so alive that it is hard to believe they are made of hard impenetrable stone.
The Big Choir Amazing photo-manipulations from conceptual photographer Yves Lecoq combining antique style, noir humor and surrealism.
A canvas shaped chair with a drawing of a chair by YOY Design Studio. The two-dimensional furniture can be used by leaning against a wall.
French artist Benoit Jammes breathes new life into vintage audio cassettes turning them into colorful pieces of art.
Inhabiting the border between photography, performance and sculpture, Scarlett Hooft Graafland’s photographs are records of her choreographed live performances.
Radiation physicist Arie van`t Riet discovered his artistic drive through the use of his x-ray machine, helping him reveal the beauty inside of nature.
In this collection Italian photographer Massimo Margagnoni guides the spectator in far and hidden places in Norway and Iceland.
JAW Cooper “Feral Creatures” explores connections between the human spirit and the animal kingdom. This exhibition presents 10 contemporary artists whose inherent aesthetic employs beasts both fierce and docile as allegorical vehicles for life’s struggles and bliss.
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