Art
Cinzia Bolognezi, illustrations

Cinzia Bolognezi, illustrations

“One morning, some time ago, I was having breakfast on a black sheet that I normally use for work. Looking at that sheet with cookies on it, I started drawing some stories unconsciously. I just loved it, so since then it has become a wonderful morning ritual with my cup of coffee when I’m not...
Migration, digital art by Mark Fleming

Migration, digital art by Mark Fleming

The urban wildlife has always been an omnipresent element for Londoners, from which stressed-out city dwellers draw therapeutic benefit. The natural evolutionary progression of humans has led to disturbances in the darwinistic law and order; foxes now hunt trash, falcons have learned to benefit from artificial lights and squirrels have stopped to using their voices...
Mind-boggling art endeavour - 2015 ICEHOTEL opens doors for winter season

Mind-boggling art endeavour – 2015 ICEHOTEL opens doors for winter season

The iconic ICEHOTEL of Jukkasjärvi, Sweden recently opened its snowy doors for a 26th winter season. This year, 19 individually designed ice suites carved from over 1,000 tonnes of ice are being showcased, some of which we have featured here. The “mind-boggling art endeavour” founded in 1988 serves as both an art exhibition and a...
Charismatic Labrador Lisa wishes for every stray dog to find a home too

Charismatic Labrador Lisa wishes for every stray dog to find a home too

Lisa is a beautiful and charismatic Labrador. She spent the beginning of her life caged in a dog shelter in Athens, until she met Elpida (Elpida means hope in Greek). Elpida Ismael is a professional pet photographer based in Athens, Greece. She fell in love with Lisa from the first sight and adopted her. Since...
Underwater creatures look like mini Christmas trees

Underwater creatures look like mini Christmas trees

Christmas isn’t only being celebrated on dry land, thanks to some fascinating little creatures who provide a festive touch to the underwater world. This species, scientifically known as Spirobranchus giganteus, most often goes by its colloquial name—the Christmas tree worm. Located in tropical regions across the globe, these creatures build calcium carbonate-based structures that protect...
Tanks swallowed by nature

Tanks swallowed by nature

Tanks rolled out onto the battlefields of World War I nearly a hundred years ago. Not all of them survived the war to to become museum pieces; many of these lumbering steel behemoths remain stuck where they were rendered immobile. Each was home to three or more fighting men, and not all of them survived...
Marwah Al_bahnassi, Water coloring

Marwah Al_bahnassi, Water coloring

Marwah Al_bahnassi: behance
In a cold silent night... some snowflakes, digital art by Marco Raimondo

In a cold silent night… some snowflakes, digital art by Marco Raimondo

Digilal blend of handmade sketches, kaleidoscope effect applied Marco Raimondo: behance
The zodiac, drawing by Xuan Loc Xuan

The zodiac, drawing by Xuan Loc Xuan

Xuan Loc Xuan: deviantArt / behance
Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, Zodiac series

Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, Zodiac series

Zodiac series for Llewellyn’s 2011 Astrological Calendar The full set is available as prints here The most important thing about creating art is to create. If you want to be at ease with creativity, you have to immerse yourself in it, and do a little bit every day. Even if that little bit is only...
Motion Graphics - Chess Leader Broadcast by Deepu Chandran

Motion Graphics – Chess Leader Broadcast by Deepu Chandran

Chess leader a teaser / reel related to a broadcast Channel Rebranding 2015     Deepu Chandran: behance
Colors of the soul, photography by Allan Jabbar

Colors of the soul, photography by Allan Jabbar

Colors of the soul, Photography by allan Jabbar, Makeup by Xuncha Allan Jabbar: behance

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