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Figure skating, cinemagraph by Andrés Gallardo Albajar

Figure skating, cinemagraph by Andrés Gallardo Albajar

This is my first approach to cinemagraph. Few days ago I got hold of a press pass for the Figure Skating Junior World Championships, and decided it’s a good opportunity to make some gifs. I hope you like them. This girls are the future of ice skating. Andrés Gallardo Albajar: behance / website
Quokka selfie, cutest trend in Australia right now

Quokka selfie, cutest trend in Australia right now

The Quokka, an irresistibly adorable and happy-looking marsupial native to Australia, is now at the epicenter of what is possibly the cutest trend we’ve ever seen – the Quokka selfie. See more at boredpanda.com
Georgia O'Keeffe, paintings

Georgia O’Keeffe, paintings

For several decades Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) was a major figure in American art who, remarkably, maintained her independence from shifting artistic trends. She painted prolifically, and almost exclusively, the flowers, animal bones, and landscapes around her studios in Lake George, New York, and New Mexico, and these subjects became her signature images. She remained true...
Big Eyes, paintings by Margaret Keane

Big Eyes, paintings by Margaret Keane

Born in 1927 in Nashville, Tennessee, Margaret has always loved to paint and draw since an early age. She first made her paintings famous in San Francisco’s North Beach in the 1950s. Margaret’s work drew little accolades from art critics but was loved and admired by the world. Andy Warhol said, “I think what Keane...
3D illustrations incorporating common objects by Victor Nunez

3D illustrations incorporating common objects by Victor Nunez

Illustrator Victor Nunes is seemingly obsessed with creating illustrations from common objects like pencil caps, pieces of popcorn, hair brushes, and rubberbands. Victor Nunez: facebook Via: thisiscolossal.com
Women, digital art by Silvia Brumana

Women, digital art by Silvia Brumana

“I create illustrations where the women are similar to dolls and animals are very strange. My characters have large eyes and heads. I like the strong contrasts between light and shadow.” Silvia Brumana: behance
We hit the road with our one-of-a-kind tiny house on wheels!

We hit the road with our one-of-a-kind tiny house on wheels!

“Two years ago my partner, Guillaume, and I were both burdened by high rent, a multitude of belongings, college debt and careers that allowed us to maintain that lifestyle. I was beginning to believe I’d never be able to pursue my passion for writing and Guillaume felt the same way about his photography. Then we...
When I am Laid in Earth (Dido's Lament)

When I am Laid in Earth (Dido’s Lament)

In an experimental arrangement and art-video, Roxanna Walitzki explores the transitory nature of being, questions what remains when we cease to exist, and reinvents the past by breathing imaginative new life into “When I am Laid in Earth (Dido’s Lament),” from Henry Purcell’s 17th-century opera Dido and Aeneas. Marking the beginning of an innovative new...
Adorable squirrels having some wintertime fun, photography by Vadim Trunov

Adorable squirrels having some wintertime fun, photography by Vadim Trunov

Russian photographer Vadim Trunov recently captured a couple of adorable squirrels having some wintertime fun. Set in a snow-covered forest outside of Voronezh, Russia, the cute and action-packed photos feature the creatures interacting with some human-made things as well as playing catch with a pine cone. Trunov helped facilitate this lively play. He set out...
Women (Private Conversations), paintings by Barbara Monacelli

Women (Private Conversations), paintings by Barbara Monacelli

Women – Private conversations: the secret, dialogue with eyes closed Fashion designer, illustrator, painter. She lives in Italy. Graduated at the Academy of Costume and Fashion in Rome and, then, in Art History at the Perugia’s University, she took part with her creations to many different fashion shows, among which the one on the occasion...
Ellie Davies, photography

Ellie Davies, photography

“I have been working in UK forests for the past seven years, making work which explores the complex interrelationship between the landscape and the individual. Our understanding of landscape can be seen as a construction in which layers of meaning that reflect our own cultural preoccupations and anxieties obscure the reality of the land, veiling...
Street art by Rone

Street art by Rone

Famous for his sumptuous paintings of glamorous women, in particular an often recurring image of his so-called Jane Doe, Rone’s work attempts to locate the friction point between beauty and decay, the lavish and despoiled, creating an iconic form of urban art with a strongly emotional bent. Producing many of his early works either through...

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