2D or not 2D

Alexander Khokhlov is a young Russian photographer who explores the visually strength of paint and makeup in his 2D or not 2D series. Working with makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan and retouching expert Veronica Ershova, Khokhlov manages to capture women and men as pictorial reinterpretations of themselves, inspired by two-dimensional posters, comics, pop art, impressionist paintings, pixelated images, and cartoon characters. (more…)


Category: Art, Photography

Surreal Illustrations by SHOUT

Alessandro Gottardo also goes by the name Shout. He recently released a hardcover book called Shout Mono which you can preview here. I particularly liked this quote from him that was in the product description, (more…)


Category: Art, Illustration
Category: Art, street art

Ceramic Sculptures by Haejin Lee

Ceramicist Haejin Lee designs sculptures that seem to unwind before your eyes, ceramic structures that free and splay outwards to make faces far more impressive. Using minimal color Lee instead concentrates on her shapeshifting sculptures, often including human elements like eyes and mouths that grow from the chaos. (more…)


Category: Art, Sculpture

Urban Mural in São Vicente de Fora

The mural was inaugurated late last year so it’s still pretty low on people’s radars (meaning prime photo posing opps without millions of people swarming in – yay). Saraiva spent two years working on the huge hand-painted mural, which is made up of more than 50,000 tiles. It’s playful brushstrokes and bright colours are certainly eye-catching to say the least. (more…)


Category: Art, street art

Dreamlike miniature scenes by JeeYoung Lee

Within the small confines of her 3 x 6 meter studio in Seoul, JeeYoung Lee‘s imagination is without boundaries. For each of her photographs the artist fills every square inch of space with hand-made props, set pieces, and backdrops and never edits or modifies the image digitally post-shoot. (more…)


Category: Art, Photography

Evil-Looking Buildings

Check out this list of diabolical-looking buildings for some seriously sinister inspiration. They might look like dodgy dens from a James Bond movie, but they’re actually a bunch of awesomely creative, non-nefarious structures from around the world. Compiled by Bored Panda, and greatly inspired by /r/evilbuildings, the list contains everything from a dancing house in Prague and a train station in Lyon to a congress centre in Hangzhou and a research institute in Berlin. You’re sure to find some great design ideas, even if you’re not a scheming supervillain. (more…)


Category: Architecture

Dog collages made from old papers

Peter Clark is an illustrator and designer living in London. At some point in his career, he has fallen in love with collages. The artist makes collages of various forms – from trophies to animals to clothing. Clark uses a collection of various papers which he searches at flea markets, garage sales, and even dumpsters do create his cool dog collages. Nothing is hard or strange for this artist in order to get a paper which is visually interesting and can do well in creating a collage he intended to be done. (more…)


Category: Art, Collage

Everyday objects art

Domenic Bahmann (aka Domfriday) is a Canberra-based Artist, Illustrator, Photographer and Designer always seeking new ways to see the world. He creates visual content for campaigns, websites, apps and magazines. (more…)


Category: Art, Design, Illustration