When we talk about wildlife, somehow, we always think about something big like lion, whale, elephant but ignore the daily lives of small animals. However, Julian Rad, a wildlife photographer from Austria, shows more interest in the small wildlife such as squirrels, hamsters or mice and capture some most lovableRead More →

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Visual artist Mikjung Lee’s universe is expressed through sensual, feminine curves unfolds in various landscapes always very colourful and sometimes even surreal. Subtle and oneiric, the drawings of this artist who lives in both Texas and Seoul, play without compromise with the reliefs and the superposition between geometry and abstractRead More →

Webdesign-inspiration.com We are a web design inspiration gallery. All web designs published have been carefully handpicked by a member of our team. We try to publish different styles, feels and looks and also stuffs from various places and not only the designs from the coolest industries. Source: Webdesign: The IRead More →

Motion Design: True Detective 3 Opening Title We are featuring a collaborative work from Mill+ and Antibody with Nic Pizzolato to create the opening title sequence for the long-awaited third season of HBO’s ‘True Detective’. Source: Motion Design: True Detective 3 Opening TitleRead More →

Before we jump into how to make a vodka martini, I have an important question: Who saw A Simple Favor? I love a good mystery, and double-sign-me-up if it features Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick. I won’t say too much about the movie in case you haven’t seen it, butRead More →

This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase, My Modern Met may earn an affiliate commission. Please read our disclosure for more info. Are you familiar with the meme “If it fits, I sits” (which plays on how cats are prone to squeezing into awkward places)? Well, Russian artistRead More →

Manuja Waldia Manuja Waldia’s Website Manuja Waldia on Instagram Manuja Waldia’s vibrant illustrations span a wide range of subjects from Shakespeare to self-love. After graduating from university with a degree in communication design, the Portland-based illustrator has produced impressive work for a number of mega-brands; Manuja created a Google doodleRead More →

The art and design fair brings global galleries to a historic Swiss mansion to display blue-chip from past and present. Design world glitterati, mark your calendars: this year’s edition of NOMAD St. Moritz returning to the alpine village of Samedan, Switzerland, from Feb. 7-11, is not to be missed. Source:Read More →

“Rumours” the 11th Album by Fleetwood Mac was released on this day on February 4th 1977. A great review in the Sydney Morning Herald by Mike Parker. Review SMH (1977) by Mike Parker Nothing is less of a rumour than the current success of Fleetwood Mac in America and here,Read More →

Those times when food was just food are long gone. Now chefs from around the world are trying to turn their masterpieces into art objects. Though some may think that the baked mutton chop looks much prettier and more appetizing these, but that’s a matter of taste. Source: 15 FoodsRead More →

Amanda Driggers is born, raised, and permanently based in the south. See below for more images from her series “J’Ouvert” accompanied with quotes written by Amanda accounting her experiences while photographing. “There’s a slight chill in the air – the nostalgic kind – it brings an excitement that’s masking anxiety”Read More →

The series “Watching, contemplating, meditating” by photographer Joffrey Persia echoes a contemporary need that is often pressing: that of breaking out of time to refocus oneself and live symbiosis with the environment. At 26, he is now completely devoted to his art. Source: The beautiful and peaceful Joffrey Persia’s photographsRead More →

Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring” recreated in masking tape. The piece was part of a recent Vermeer Tribute Exhibition in Japan. The Japanese artist Nasa Funahara’s obsession with masking tape began with the simple hobby of collecting. Source: New Masking Tape Paintings by Nasa FunaharaRead More →

“ Everything is beautiful, even the ugly,” observes Sail, an artist operating under the curious handle, “Useless Arm.” His paintings are as moody as they are playful, depicting solitary figures bedecked in flowers and masks and pierced by arrows. Source: Shadowy Magical Realism in the Artwork of Sail (Useless Arm)Read More →

Chilean architect Felipe Assadi ’s contemporary works make use of the dramatic topography on which they are created. Assadi has completed a number of spectacular remote dwellings along the Chilean coast and nestled into the mountainside. Source: 5 Masterpieces By Chilean Architect Felipe AssadiRead More →

Sunsets have captured our hearts since the dawn of time. Between twilight and complete darkness, for a moment, the world is covered in a burst of gold, orange, purple, maroon, and indigo. Whether you’re watching it from a skyscraper window or at the beach, it will certainly take your breathRead More →

Bertrand Russell saw the history of civilization as being shaped by an unfortunate oscillation between two opposing evils: tyranny and anarchy, each of which contains the seed of the other. Source: Bertrand Russell’s 10 Commandments for Living in a Healthy DemocracyRead More →

With artists like KAWS and Banksy regularly topping lists of the most expensive artists, it’s easy to forget there was a time when street art and graffiti were considered low brow nuisances. The drastic surge of interest in those artists is due in large part to the paths paved byRead More →

If you enjoy browsing the internet a lot then you’re probably already familiar with the fact that there are literally millions of cat photos on it, to the point that the cat has to be the internets un official mascot and most beloved animal, but these photos by photographer FelicityRead More →

Joining this eccentric pair are ten more portraits that span the age of classical portraiture, from the iconic plasticity of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and the exquisite photorealism of Vermeer’s Milkmaid , to the neoclassical austerity of The Princesse de Broglie by Ingres and the haunting impressionism of VincentRead More →