Magnificence like this does not need introduction, what it does need is sunlight. These giant living glass portraits have been made by Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey. They exposed patches of grass to custom made negatives, finally molding the grass seed into these green grass portraits.
It turns out not all days are equal and people apparently have some sort of preference for days to be born on. Also, a lot of people are born in September. This image shows the most “popular birthdays.” Quite intriguing.
Gravity is over-rated anyway, especially when you have the means and the technology to turn a house upside down. Polish architects Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozansk built this upside down house in Terfens, Austria; complete with a garage and an upside down Beetle. Unreliable sources tell us that’s how living in the Southern Hemisphere feels like.
YouTube user PromisePham has been active for only a short time, and already boasts of a large number of subscribers and more than 100 million views. The secret of her success is very easy to see. Working with a few props and her ingenuity in makeup, Pham often transforms into some of the best known celebrities and characters we love. See some of her transformations here, and don’t forget to checkout her YouTube channel.
Light painting photographs by Dennis Calvert are the most intense we’ve seen till now. Dennis sets his camera for the desired exposure and swings around glow sticks to create the desired effect. We’re so totally floored by the flame effects.
Superheroes just don’t come along, they have it in their genes. While all may not parade ancestry like the nearly forgotten Phantom, it is quite obvious that their great grandparents, aunts and uncles were superheroes. Carlo Marvellini and Andrea Marvellini set up the Foto Marvellini and went around creating portraits of the ancestry of well known pop culture characters and super heroes. It is pretty interesting to see and imagine our superheroes in a different era.
It is difficult to not be impressed by the car art of Scott Wade, especially when the artist continues to churn out pieces with his intriguing style. Here’s some more of the masterpieces that Wade draws on rear windows of cars.
Artist Matt Crane imagined what characters would be like if Sesame Street invaded the world of Street Fighter. The illustrations are quite well done. The idea of Street Fighter in a mashup with Sesame Street can be quite revolting if not done right.