Rome-based artist Mr. Thoms has worn just about every creative hat imaginable from writer, painter and sculptor, to graphic designer, cartoonist, set designer, filmmaker and illustrator. His breadth of expertise really shines though in his street art, where he often incorporates elements of his canvas or backdrop into the artwork itself. [Read more...]
Visual artist and graphic designer Laurent Seroussi must be prone to some seriously creepy and creative dreams. How else could you explain the following series of remarkable images, which feature high-fashion perfectly poised models, fused into the exoskeletons of bugs, critters and insects. [Read more...]
Megx is a very creative German artist, who came up with the idea of building this wonderful bridge that you see above. It was said that Megx spent 4 weeks transforming a train overpass located in Wuppertal, Germany into this color LEGO bridge.
Moist Production is back with another dissected masterpiece. Jason Freeny from Moist is the mastermind behind this piece of art.
World renowned band Sigur Ros has decided to collaborate with filmmaker Alma Har’el for the latest installment of it’s Mystery Film Experiment in support of the band’s newest studio LP, Valtari. Starring a not so usual looking Shia LeBeouf, the very artistic video for the beautiful piano track “Fjogur Piano” addresses the cyclical imprisonment of addiction and sees the actor in a dream like state.
This is one of my favorite videos of Tupac Shakur, and I think it’s one of his greatest interviews of all time. So for Tupac’s born-day I decided to show him a little love. Happy Born-day Tupac Shakur.
London based artist Whatshisname has created two lamps that resemble mans best friends in a pretty hilarious way. These lamps are actual life size, and are designed to make the person uncomfortable every time they look or interact with the lamp. The on/off switch is the poop, which is to be stepped on to operate.
Australian artist Konstantin Dimopoulos is painting trees around the world to raise awareness about defoestation. Konstantin has this to say about his painting:
In nature color is used both as a defensive mechanism, a means of protection, and as a mechanism to attract. The Blue Trees attempts to waken a similar response from viewers. Trees are largely invisible in our daily lives, and it’s not until it’s too late that we realize how important they are to us both aesthetically and environmentally.
It really seems like art is everywhere today and art can be made from basically anything. Well sand sculpting is a fine example of developing art from something most people probably had no idea could make such a beautiful specimen. Every year in Pera, Algarve, Portugal the Fiesa International Sand Sculpture Festival is held, which attracts the worlds best sand sculpture artist to build their most creative art. To check out the rest of the sculptures just hit the link.
Toronto based free lance graphic designer Ron Guyatt is combining movies & video games. He has created some pretty cool and interesting posters in his recent collection. To check out the rest of his art hit the link above.
With Christopher Nolan’s final installment of the Batman Saga approaching, it isn’t a surprise to see all things Batman related being created. Even though this nice piece of art isn’t for sale, it’s nice to acknowledge some cool art.
Photographer Corey Poole captures the solar eclipse that happened on May 20th.
60 second time-lapse video made from 700 individual frames through a Coronado Solar Max 60 Double Stacked Hydrogen Alpha Solar Telescope. The pictures were shot in Redding California which was directly in the annular eclipse path. The filter on the telescope allows you to see the chromosphere which is a layer that contains solar prominences. The filter only allows light that is created when hydrogen atoms go from the 2nd excited state to the 1st excited state.
Took around three months to complete start to finish.
Rendered in Vray
Done with Maya, After Effects, Pftrack.
The footages were shot with Cannon T2i
Soundtrack by Chairlift – Bruises
Process : mike-ko.com
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9 year old Caine has to have one of the best imagination a kid can possess. He is so fascinated with arcades and how things work he actually built an elaborate cardboard arcade inside of his dad’s used auto parts store. Just inspirational!!!