The studio of Korean artist Jee Young Lee is a wonderland of colors and settings. The artist transforms her studio into different settings that have a great variety, ranging from picturesque landscapes, fairy tale settings, to places that could be considered weird and scary.
The photographs show some of the best known cars in the world disintegrating and exploding into their component pieces. Yet, there has been no explosion and the cars did not undergo a violence of any sort. What they did go through was the meticulousness and ingenuity of Fabien Oefner. Exploding cars would perhaps yield this […]
Papercraft builder Taras Lesko (previously) has cooked up a detailed Ferrari F1 racecar papercraft build. The 3 feet long racecar includes a wearable team hat, plus the added detail of a papercraft driver happily seated in the racecar.
Moments of proximity of couples, that would generally appear quite warm and love-filled take an entirely different tone in portraits by Ayako Kanda and Mayuka Hayashi. The X-Ray portraits might not show the same love and warmth, but they are undeniably intriguing, to say the least. For the photographs, the artists used four couples as […]
California based illustrator Sasha Vinogradova created this project as a way to illustrate the different styles in Russian folk painting. Skulls were added apparently just to spice up things a bit. In any case, the style and execution look wonderful. The styles represented are called Gorodets, Gzhel, North-Dvina, Zhostovo, Mezen and Khokhloma. Prints available on […]
Since it’s time for Santa to shine, the old dude’s taking the glory and scenic route of classical art. American artist Ed Wheeler created a series of humorous self-portraits where the dude dresses up like Santa and places himself in classic art paintings. Called “Santa Classics” the series shows of classical paintings that, according to […]
A warehouse on the demolition list in Brisbane gets its blaze of glory before it goes down, in the video titled Limitless. Filmmaker Selina Miles worked with street artists Sofles, Fintan Magee, Treas and Quench, who were given an unlimited amount of Ironlak paint and asked to unleash their talents on the warehouse. Via Core77
An imaginatively named project by Alexander Khokhlov (previously), 2D or not 2D shows facial photographs with patterns painted on them that give these three dimensional surfaces an appearance of being two dimensional. Aided by make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan, the artist painted patterns inspired by modern art and graphic design on the face of models.
A series of illustrations by South Korean illustrator Onasup, Beast Portraits show animals with the image carrying characteristics of the passing seasons and time. For example, the illustrations are warm and bright for a summer day, take a darker tone for night, and perhaps the touches of white present the winter. Well, that’s just how […]
Wonderland by Kirsty Mitchell is a series of visual extravagance that is a tribute, concept photography and an exploration of costume and set design. The series started off in 2009 in memory of Mitchell’s mother who had passed away in 2008. Ideas for the photographs came from the fairy tales Kirsty’s mother told her, which […]