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.
Ordinarily, if we saw some bird with the face of a dog, we would run like there is no tomorrow. We would still recommend doing that, even if they look as adorable as they do in these image manipulations.
Being an evil genius requires great attention to your lair and appearance. Sure you could be sitting in a Skull mountain like Skeletor, but then you sit in a regular chair with a couple of skulls and shenanigans randomly thrown in, ruining the effect. You could get yourself a scary chair, but that usually kills […]
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 […]
Russian Photographer Alexey Kljatov‘s DIY camera rig doesn’t quite look impressive at first glance. Then you take a look at the images he captures, and suddenly the camera rig appears pretty darn sweet. At the basics, Alexey made use of a board, screws, glass, some tape and the lens of an old camera to create […]
Prince Armory made this super badass medieval armor for Loki that follows both form and function. Plus, he’s probably the best known and loved villain from the Marvel universe at the moment, so he has that going for him.
Russia’s multipurpose fighter Sukhoi 35 is a generation 4++ fighter jet designed to tackle air, ground and sea targets. A massive improvement of the Sukhoi 27 (Su-27), the Su-35 would be far better geared in terms of modern technology and capability. The images here show a procedure trainer/simulator for the aircraft that was apparently available […]
Illustrations from artist Christina Hess show animals playing the roles of important characters of human history. These illustrations are part of her e-book Animals From History. The illustrations are also available as prints and a calendar on the artist’s Etsy shop.
A wonderful set of images by artist ratscape puts Game of Thrones characters in a deck of cards. Seeing that Game of Thrones has no dearth of kings and queens, the idea seems actually well worth exploring. If you dug deep enough, you could probably have an entire deck of cards based off Game of […]
Japanese artist Isamu Sasagawa is proficient in the art of folding towels into a variety of shapes that range from simple to fairly complex. Towels take a variety of shapes, from slippers, to baby bottles to shapes of human figures, all that a single piece of towel can render best.