Art
Miniature cement skeletons on the streets of Mexico by Isaac Cordal

Miniature cement skeletons on the streets of Mexico by Isaac Cordal

With the simple act of miniaturization and thoughtful placement, Isaac Cordal magically expands the imagination of pedestrians finding his sculptures on the street. Cement Eclipses is a critical definition of our behavior as a social mass. The art work intends to catch the attention on our devalued relation with the nature through a critical look...
Sand paintings by Joe Mangrum

Sand paintings by Joe Mangrum

Joe Mangrum’s sand paintings are spontaneous creations in the streets and act as vibrant catalyst in social interactions. First picking up colored sand as a medium in 2006, Joe utilizes the medium as a 4 dimensional painting, moving through time and transporting the public sphere into a live stage. Joe Mangrum: website / facebook Via:...
4-year-old boy amusingly imitates fashion models

4-year-old boy amusingly imitates fashion models

At just four years old, Ryker Wixom has amassed tens of thousands of followers on Instagram, where his mom Collette posts photos of the preschooler dressed as fashion models… The duo also posts their photos to a blog called Mini Style Hacker, a project Collette started after noting that the clothing that “fashion kids” on...
Sketches by Sunga Park

Sketches by Sunga Park

Sketches on February 2014 itinerary of February (India) Tiruchirappalli – Pondicherry – Mamallapuram – Chennai - (Sri Lanka) Kandy – Haputale – Del Housie – Dambulla – Sigiriya – Anuradhapura – Pollonaruwa – Colombo (India) Madurai – Tiruchirappalli – Tanjore “I’m traveling in India and Sri Lanka. All sketches are sketched, coloured on location, some...
Nomad, fashion styling by Jose Herrera

Nomad, fashion styling by Jose Herrera

Fotografia: Alfonso Bravo Realizacion y estilismo: Jose Herrera Beauty: Juan Castaneda Peluqueria Modelo: Dasha View Management Ayudante de fotografia Noe Yumar Jose Herrera: behance
Polyscapes by James Pike

Polyscapes by James Pike

“The pieces presented are some of many which I have edited to make a polyscapes.” “I am currently studying a bachelor of fine arts in interactive and visual design hoping to one day become famous from either martial arts or my art. the journey is long but lifes about the path not the destination so...
Cities By Night, scarf collection by Celine Semaan Vernon

Cities By Night, scarf collection by Celine Semaan Vernon

After the space photographs, it’s around NASA’s satellite images of cities by night that Slow Factory (Celine Semaan Vernon) has worked for her new silk-scarves collection. Paris, New York and London appear on the scarves. London New York Paris USA A collection realized for the Independance Day, to discover. Slow Factory: website Via: fubiz.net
The story of a seagull and the cat, illustration by Lina Dūdaitė

The story of a seagull and the cat, illustration by Lina Dūdaitė

Lina Dūdaitė: behance
Women, illustration by Takahiro Kimura

Women, illustration by Takahiro Kimura

Takahiro Kimura: behance / facebook
Movie Legend, illustration by Vince Low

Movie Legend, illustration by Vince Low

Movie’s that makes me remember. Vince Low: behance
Contemporary figurative art by Mark Demsteader

Contemporary figurative art by Mark Demsteader

British painter Mark Demsteader is fascinated with the human form and classical themes. His latest work focuses on balanced compositions with rough surface textures. One of the oil paintings within post is of actress Emma Watson, and although painted recently, it definitely has an old era vibe. Mark Demsteader: website Via: illusion.scene360.com
Mars is awesome

Mars is awesome

Mars is one of Earth’s closest neighbors. It’s sort of the like the neighbor you have over for coffee on Sundays, except that Mars is a planet and doesn’t like terrible metaphors. Regardless though, Mars is a fascinating place. NASA has made a concerted effort to explore more of the red planet in recent years,...

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