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Digital art by Aykut Aydoğdu

Digital art by Aykut Aydoğdu

Aykut Aydoğdu: behance / instagram
Topo Maps, illustration by Arian Azima

Topo Maps, illustration by Arian Azima

In This Project I Created Faces With Drawing Lines Of Different Topography Locations Of The Earth “Born In Iran, educated in mechanic engineer, but having more interest in arts specially drawing My work can be described as surreal and unique in its own way, using mostly pencil, uni pins and ink. I create faces or...
Dream Portraits by Antonio Mora

Dream Portraits by Antonio Mora

Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designer and art director, ends finally in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs. He describes himself as someone who makes cocktails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works...
Transparent Bubble Tent lets you sleep underneath the stars

Transparent Bubble Tent lets you sleep underneath the stars

The wizards at Holleyweb have invented an inflatable, PVC, transparent, bubble tent that lets you live outside, but with all the comforts of home. All you need is 2000 USD, the tent, and somewhere to plug in the tent’s blower, which is necessary to keep the tent inflated. The four meter tent can house two...
Illustrations by Natalia Akimova

Illustrations by Natalia Akimova

Natalia Akimova: behance
Amazing traditional Japanese wooden sculptures by Yosuke Yamamoto

Amazing traditional Japanese wooden sculptures by Yosuke Yamamoto

Yosuke Yamamoto, is a Japanese sculptor born in Osaka and the author of several wooden statuettes that represent characters of his mother country such as warriors and monks, but also dragons and traditional temples. After he was introduced to this art form during his childhood, he then pursued studies in this area before launching the...
Origami designed and folded by Mindaugas Cesnavicius

Origami designed and folded by Mindaugas Cesnavicius

Mindaugas Cesnavicius: deviantArt / flickr
Robinson Crusoe, illustrations by Ivan Kravets

Robinson Crusoe, illustrations by Ivan Kravets

Since graduated the Ukrainian Academy of printing in 1986 acts as book illustrator (mainly for children), graphic and art designer. Ivan Kravets: website
Kids that look exactly like their dolls

Kids that look exactly like their dolls

Kids aren’t toys, however there are occasions when the resemblance between them and their favourite toys is uncanny. Moreover, parents also notice this and make things even better by dressing the kids up in similar attires, making them absolutely identical. Via: brightside.me
Futurista (Andes), digital art by Juanco

Futurista (Andes), digital art by Juanco

Designs of characters and creatures based on Andean culture Juanco: behance
PostCups by Ink Julep x Jenn Perng

PostCups by Ink Julep x Jenn Perng

Perfect for those who love writing postcards in cafés. “We illustrated postcards with simple drawings that are completed by coffee stain rings. You don’t have to stain your desk or documents any more. Just start having fun while enjoying your cup of coffee. Then send the PostCup off and give someone you care about a...
Startrails, photography by Lincoln Harrison

Startrails, photography by Lincoln Harrison

Australian photographer, Lincoln Harrison, photographs stars by leaving his camera shutter open for up to 15 hours in remote locations. Lincoln Harrison: website / 500px Via: 9bytz.com

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