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Emergent Collection, sculpture by Michael James Talbot

Emergent Collection, sculpture by Michael James Talbot

Figures emerge from the external layers that constrain them. The key to the Emergent Collection is to know that the figures are first fully sculpted in the round to an advanced and complete stage. Michael fixes the pose gesture and anatomy in the knowledge that half the features will be lost with the addition of...
Surreal portals to imaginary new worlds by Nate Hill

Surreal portals to imaginary new worlds by Nate Hill

By manipulating photographs with a mix of different digital editing skills, photographer Nate Hill contorts stunning landscapes into surreal swirls, revealing imaginary portals to alternate worlds. At the center of each of his circling scenes is one tiny silhouette, paused before the center of the spiral, as if contemplating a leap into a distant realm....
Life always finds a way

Life always finds a way

Though grasses or weed like the ones in some of these pictures can seem weak, they can expose cracks and weaknesses in construction materials to their advantage and see the light of day once again. And even deserts, some of the world’s harshest climates, can host thriving plant populations if you know where (or when)...
Digital art by Ganech Joe

Digital art by Ganech Joe

“I am an artist living in Brussels, Belgium. My style is influenced by instructional graphics, surrealism, abstract and the look of vintage movies of the 1970s. I am interested in the combination of a purely functional illustration style with an emotional scene.” Ganech Joe: website / shop / blog
Bonsai trees, photography by Stephen Voss

Bonsai trees, photography by Stephen Voss

“I began making these photos as a form of relaxation, a reason to be near something beautiful and to take it in fully, without the usual time constraints I had grown accustomed to in my professional work. The bonsai, themselves, seemed the very opposite of the subjects I usually photographed—they stood before me fully present,...
Honeycomb jewelry By WingedLion

Honeycomb jewelry By WingedLion

Did you know that bees and honey are symbols of love, family, sweetness, delight, and good luck? Inspired by the small hardworking insects and the rich golden color of honey, WingedLion designs handmade honeycomb jewelry and sells it on Etsy. WingedLion: etsy Via: boredpanda.com
Fruit Dragons, illustration by Alexandra Khitrova

Fruit Dragons, illustration by Alexandra Khitrova

Alexandra Khitrova is a Russian illustrator and concept artist who creates fantasy-like digital paintings. Previously a motion graphics specialist, she now goes by the artist name GaudiBuendia and delights us with ethereal creations portraying mostly mysterious scenes of nature. Strolling through her gallery you can definitely notice her passion for animals and various mythical creatures...
Digital art by Brenda Bremer

Digital art by Brenda Bremer

Brenda Bremer: instagram
Jewelry handmade from polymer clay by Olga Zhukova

Jewelry handmade from polymer clay by Olga Zhukova

Flowers are made of a special polymer modeling clay flowers (modern clay, Flower Clay), a composition close to the cold porcelain. Petals and leaves the finished flower, after drying, are a little flexible. Olga Zhukova: deviantArt / etsy – “Here you can find handmade jewelry mostly made from polymer clay. I put whole my heart...
Steampunk street decoration out of washing machine drums

Steampunk street decoration out of washing machine drums

“We made steampunk street decoration out of washing machine drums for the festival of São Pedro in the town of Câmara de Lobos, Madeira island, Portugal. It took about 6 months to collect 133 washing machines. Many of them were found in the street meant for garbage, some were donated by owners who couldn’t use...
Natural Wild Anatomy, stunning visual compositions by Emilio Jiménez

Natural Wild Anatomy, stunning visual compositions by Emilio Jiménez

Madrid-based Spanish photographer Emilio Jiménez creates stunning visual compositions with his camera. We really love his series “Natural Wild Anatomy” (Anatomía natural, salvaje), where he centers around the nude female body and shadows of nature. With his incredibly artistic eye, Emilio plays with light and shadow, looking for the perfect angle to cover women in...
Portuguese dream in beautiful architectural watercolors by Viktoria Kravchenko

Portuguese dream in beautiful architectural watercolors by Viktoria Kravchenko

Viktoria Kravchenko shares with us her amazing watercolours of Portugal and it’s beautiful architecture. Viktoria brings into life its cityscapes and shows charming details of Portuguese life. Viktoria Kravchenko: facebook Via: boredpanda.com

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