Art
The Legographer, 365-day project by Andrew Whyte

The Legographer, 365-day project by Andrew Whyte

UK-based photographer Andrew Whyte has documented the adventures of a brave lone LEGO photographer in his “The Legographer” photo series. The process behind Whyte’s photos is so simple that almost anyone could do it. He carries the Legographer with him wherever he goes and, when he finds a good location, snaps a picture of him...
Anna Dittmann, digital art

Anna Dittmann, digital art

“Hi there! I’m a 20-year-old year illustrator who grew up in San Francisco and moved to Georgia to study at the Savannah College of Art and Design. I have an unhealthy obsession with drawing fanciful portraits.” Anna Dittmann: website / behance / deviantArt / facebook
Tea Party, photography by Kat D.

Tea Party, photography by Kat D.

Kat D. Photography: facebook
Felix Mas, paintings

Felix Mas, paintings

Spanish Artist Felix Mas uses his paintbrush to convey emotion. It is his gift. It is our good fortune. He considers himself a traditionalist, obsessed with form and color, creating images that celebrate femininity and luminous beauty of the female form. Born in Barcelona, he trained at both the Artes y Oficios and the Escuela...
Spring-Autumn photo series by Qozop

Spring-Autumn photo series by Qozop

It‘s not surprising anymore that young people’s fashion choices are influenced by their grandparents’ closet, especially for the past few years. But can older people pull off the outfits that youngsters wear these days? Photographer Qozop captured pairs of relatives (parents and kids or grandparents and grandchildren) after they’ve exchanged outfits in his aptly-named “Spring-Autumn”...
The Musician's Hands by Jeff Bartels

The Musician’s Hands by Jeff Bartels

Jeff Bartels was born on April 11, 1973 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He grew up in the Toronto area where he showed an interest and talent for art at an early age. Throughout his schooling he focused his attention on art and in 1992 he continued those studies at the Ontario College of Art and...
Modern celebrities in retro style

Modern celebrities in retro style

Victoria Will did the “Tintypes” series on the occasion of the Sundance Film Festival 2014 which happened on January in Park City (Utah). She uses an old style thanks to the ancient technique of the development on a tin plate. A powerful result with melancholic and touching celebrities. VICTORIA began her career at the New...
Fairytale portraits between reality and fiction

Fairytale portraits between reality and fiction

Inspired by the cinema, French photographer Victoria Audouard takes us on a little adventure in this photo series entitled Mirrors. The portraits are reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland, where every adventure is a confusing whirl of complex ideas. Each fairytale setting features a young girl reflecting the landscape back towards the viewer through a rounded...
Shocking before and after composite portraits of drug abuse

Shocking before and after composite portraits of drug abuse

While you might think that a great deal of Photoshop was used to produce each image, Sakovich says that most of the effects were created in-camera. The transformations were accomplished with skilled costuming and makeup design rather than post splicing and merging. The result is an eye-opening look at the damaging effects of drug abuse,...
Miniature superheroes brought to life through absurd scenarios

Miniature superheroes brought to life through absurd scenarios

Tumblr blogger ‘VSE OK’ introduces us to miniature superheroes in absurd scenarios that accurately reveal their lifestyles and the kinds of relationships they would have with regular people like us. ‘VSE OK’ has been capturing the hilarious adventures of his miniature friends since 2010. This guy revives Superman and Bruce Lee, who wish only good...
Elaborate portraits drawn on vintage maps by Ed Fairburn

Elaborate portraits drawn on vintage maps by Ed Fairburn

Using a wide variety of canvases including railroad blueprints, star charts, geological and street maps, Welsh artist Ed Fairburn (previously here and here) uses additive and subtractive techniques to create portraits that seem pefectly integrated with the topography of streets, mountains and rivers. It’s been almost a year since we last checked in with Fairburn...
The extraordinary life of Germany's Doublefaced girl

The extraordinary life of Germany’s Doublefaced girl

Doublefaced is an intriguing series by Berlin-based German artist Sebastian Bieniek that features portraits of a girl with the illusion of two faces. By simply drawing on each side of his model’s head with common makeup products like eyeliner and lipstick, Bieniek transforms the young woman into a eerie set of twins. He cleverly uses...

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