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...
Mindaugas Cesnavicius: deviantArt / flickr
Since graduated the Ukrainian Academy of printing in 1986 acts as book illustrator (mainly for children), graphic and art designer. Ivan Kravets: website
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
Designs of characters and creatures based on Andean culture Juanco: behance
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...
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
photography: Mateusz Sitek make up artist: Tabby Casto using Mac Cosmetics hair: Patrick Forini retouch: Stefka Pavlova model: Chloe @ PROFILE Models London Stefka Pavlova: website / behance
Five posters for BAFTA’s Best Film category in 2016 • Carol • Spotlight • The Revenant • Big Short • Bridge of Spies Art direction: Paul Willoughby / Human After All Levente Szabó: website / behance
Viktor Egyed – Landscape, nature and fine art amateur photographer – 500px / behance