We have known for quite a while that if you look at them close, alcoholic drinks are colorful and psychedelic. They may not have the same brightness of colors when dried up, but they don’t fail to make a solid impression. For the project Vanishing Spirits photographer Ernie Button captured images of the bottom of […]
Artist Nicholas Hyde imagined what some ancient art might have looked like if superheroes of the day made an appearance in Greek mythology. The best way to go about that is of course in the style of Greek pottery art. Prints available on Etsy.
Tree spirits have quite a history to rely on, and the work of sculptor Keith Jennings gives them a face suitable for the legend. Jennings began his project way back in 1982 with a tree in his backyard. Soon, commissions for the Tree Spirits came his way and he showed his sculpting skills on trees […]
Artist Hong Yi, who is currently making a delicious Breakfast Food Series, has this story to tell as a part of the same series. It is the story of Three Little Pigs fighting the evil charcoal bread wolf.
Soap bubbles are generally cute but in the photography of Thomas Jane they transform into something that is very lovely, with a generous helping of psychedelic appearance. Never thought I’d say this, but soap bubbles, I’m impressed.
Gif images are back with a bang that many thought they wouldn’t really have anymore. They’re alive and well, and now that we see the work of Mr. Div, they’re also mesmerizing and trippy. Motion graphics designer Matthew DiVito uses a number of softwares to create these trippy images that have a distinct flavor of […]
Connecticut-based artist Amy Eisenfeld Genser recreates coral reefs using bits of paper and acrylic paint. The artist uses paper “almost as a pigment” using layers of color one on top of the other to achieve different colors. We love how colorful the result is. Her works will be on exhibition at Architectural Digest Home Show.
DeviantArt user Timbone made this amazing sculpture of the gadget filled G.I.Z.M.O Duck, who would be totally worth seeing in his Steampunk avatar captured with Victorian gadgets. Timbone sculpted this nine inch tall Gizmo Duck out of super sculpey firm, and plastic rod and tube, and finished with acrylic paint.
Brazilian photographer Vanessa Dualib makes a few additions to regular food items to give them a life and personality. Add to that a talent for photography, and we have vegetables hanging out, doing things that are weird, funny or just what their representations are supposed to do. The set is called “Brincando Com a Comida” […]
The flexibility and the stickiness of chewing gums has been translated very effectively into these elaborate sculptures. Thankfully, artist Jérémy Laffon is using chewing gums right out the packaging rather than having a go at them before using them. Usually built as architectural structures, the sculptures are often geometric.