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Aslan, sculpture by Selçuk Yilmaz

Aslan, sculpture by Selçuk Yilmaz

Selçuk Yilmaz, Istanbul-based artist, has created an incredible sculpture of lion by using 4000 pieces of metal scraps. This beautiful sculpture is titled “Aslan”, which means “Lion” in Turkish, and it took a year to build with the weight of nearly 250kg. Selçuk Yilmaz: behance Via: fubiz.net
Jubenal Rodriguez, illustrations

Jubenal Rodriguez, illustrations

My name is Jubenal Rodriguez and I was born and raised in Chicago Illinois. When I was a kid my dad passed away and memories of him remain my main source of inspiration. I enjoy new technology and most of my work is created digitally. As an artist I make surreal and fun illustrations for...
Tomislav Šilipetar, digital art

Tomislav Šilipetar, digital art

Tomislav Šilipetar: facebook
Creepy yet adorable fantasy dolls by Santani

Creepy yet adorable fantasy dolls by Santani

Made by a 23-year-old artist from Moscow, these colourful creatures look like they could be the cuter cousins of the gremlins in Speilberg’s 1984 movies of the same name. Whether you think they’re cute or creepy, these little gremlins have been selling like hot cakes. Santani, which is the girl’s nickname on deviantart and vkontakte,...
Stunning pastel drawings of Greenland by Zaria Forman

Stunning pastel drawings of Greenland by Zaria Forman

“The inspiration for my drawings began in early childhood when I traveled with my family throughout several of the world’s most remote landscapes, which were the subject of my mother’s fine art photography. After my formal training at Skidmore college I now exhibit extensively in galleries and venues throughout the United States and overseas.” “In...
Rone, Berlin – Project M

Rone, Berlin – Project M

“It’s still hard to believe I somehow pulled this off… As part of project ‘M’, curated by Strychinin Gallery, I have painted three images of Teresa Oman on the top 3 stories of the 5 story building. This was a huge challenge working around the windows and balconies. Over 5 days painting in the freezing...
Naturally by Bertil Nilsson

Naturally by Bertil Nilsson

“Born in Sweden. Living and working in London, UK In my work, which takes inspiration from movement and the human form, I collaborate extensively with dancers and circus artists. Photography is my primary medium of expression, but I also use moving image.” Bertil Nilsson: website / facebook Via: fubiz.net
Terry Runyan, illustration

Terry Runyan, illustration

“Illustrator and cat lover. I live in Kansas City with my two kitty friends, Rylee and Tucker, and manfriend, Larry. I work full time as an Illustrator at Hallmark Cards.” Terry Runyan: website / facebook
Craig Kosak, paintings

Craig Kosak, paintings

“Inspired by the wildlife and landscapes I encounter while travelling I return to my studio with insights about the natural world and about the human condition. Rather than faithfully documenting the flora and fauna, I strive to capture the feeling and emotions these trips provide. Each trip consists of both a journey through the outer...
Frozen Bubbles Photography by Angela Kelly

Frozen Bubbles Photography by Angela Kelly

American photographer Angela Kelly based in Washington took freezing temperatures early this year to make this series “Frozen Bubble”, offering to capture the transformation of soap bubbles in fragile ice spheres. Angela Kelly: website / flickr Via: fubiz.net
Traffic lights, photography by Lucas Zimmermann

Traffic lights, photography by Lucas Zimmermann

Traffic lights if the fog near Weimar, Germany. Lucas Zimmermann – behance – 20 year old student who loves to take pictures. Living in Landau, Weimar and Würzburg in Germany.
Unbelievable and probably unsolvable maze

Unbelievable and probably unsolvable maze

Over 30 years ago, a man spent 7 years hand-drawing the most complex, unbelievable and probably unsolvable maze I’ve ever seen. His daughter recently posted the following photos on Twitter and, needless to say, the entire Internet is exploding with questions about her dad. So who is the man behind it? A professor? A mathematician?...

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