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From BBC Earth, the team behind Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II , a 10-hour video of soothing oceanscapes: whales swimming, jellyfish pulsing, fish swarming, sharks circling, and rays swooping. This is super chill, but if I were an EDM DJ, I’d put this up on the screen behindRead More →

Move the World Mural Drawings by Deck Two AoiroStudio Jun 08, 2018 Very cool project title for a mural drawing by Deck two who is an artist from Paris, France. Entitled: Move the World , we follow him on this absolute beautiful drawing showcasing the important landmarks of the World.Read More →

Tan lines, tulle tutus and sequins is what you can expect from photographer Jonnie Chambers’ latest series, Txatxarramendi. Inspired by the small Spanish island of the same name, Jonnie has incorporated a number of holiday-references — wet hair, sun kissed skin and a general carefree demeanour — in his dreamyRead More →

South African artist Gerhard Human has just released some screen prints via our buddy Zach’s Supersonic Art Shop. Gerhard has been sharing progress shots in the art feedback channel in our Slack community so it’s really cool to see these finished works. Source: “All we ever wanted was everything” by GerhardRead More →

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Editorial Illustrations by Iza Dudzik Gorgeous selection of work by Polish artist Iza Dudzik . More illustrations via Behance Art Illustration Posted on June 6, 2018 Source: Editorial Illustrations by Iza Dudzik  Read More →

With «Venice from Above», Bulgarian photographer and seasoned traveller Dimitar Karanikolov invites us to discover the Italian city from a different perspective. After Formentera and Myanmar’s temples, among others, it is the city symbol of romanticism he immortalized with the help of his drone. Leaving us enjoying the old architecture’s beauty and theRead More →

Within 15 Minutes – The average time between twins when they are born Alma Haser has always found identical twins fascinating, as do most people. It is the incredible realisation that there are two versions of the exact same person, hard to tell apart, unless they wear different clothes orRead More →

Don’t be afraid, we are not to talk about eat dogs as food. “ Dogs in Food ” is an interesting photo series created by Russian artist Ksenia who mixes precious pups with mouthwatering bites to create cream-of-the-crop composites. Source: “Dogs in Food” Photo Series by KseniaRead More →

Second to last Monday of May… we’re not really sure why time is going by so fast lately, but let’s go with it. Here are our heroes: ‘Wet’ by Steve McKenzie on Tumblr and Twitter & ‘Ako castle, Japan’ by S. Ken on Facebook and Google+. https://www.flickr.Read More →

A selection of work by UK-based photographer Rosie Matheson. Source: Photographer Spotlight: Rosie MathesonRead More →

Artist Rogan Brown plays with the architecture of nature and organic growth. By identifying patterns and motifs that occur in the natural world in different contexts and at different scales, both macroscopic and microscopic, he has developed a formal, aesthetic vocabulary that he uses to construct hybrid sculptural forms, bothRead More →

The comics of London-based illustrator Liam Cobb have had us falling head over heals countless times on It’s Nice That. Whether it’s a series, a book or a prize he’s won, Liam’s name crops up often as a measure of a great work with an instant narrative that makes youRead More →

Pin It   Pin It   Pin It   Pin It   Pin It   Pin It   Pin It   Pin It   Pin It   Pin It Spectacular aerial urban shots by SĂ©bastien Nagy, talented self-taught photographer who was born in Nagyvázsony, Hungary and currently lives and worksRead More →

Simon Kerola a.k.a Johnny Keethon is a self-taught Swedish photographer working in Stockholm. His pictures can be read like cinematic creations, where memories from childhood and inspiring portraits blend together. More: Simon Kerola, Instagram Source: Dark, Surreal And Moody Photo Works By Simon KerolaRead More →

Oak Tree and Beech, Lullingstone Park, Samuel Palmer Pen and brown ink, with gouache an watercolor on toned paper, roughly 12 x 18 inches (30 x 47 cm); in the collection of the Morgan Library and Museum, NY. Use the “Zoom Image” or “Download Image” links on their page toRead More →

Swiss visual artist based in Zug Maja Egli offers us delicate artworks totally matching with the spring season! She collects flowers and plants’ pictures and gathers them to unstructured portraits for an elegant and romantic result. «My inspirations always relate to nature, she says. And I hope we are all aware of theRead More →

Polish artist Marta Klonowska (previously) continues her unique sculptural technique of using thousands of shards of glass to form colorful animals. Many works are based on animals found in paintings from the past, and the artist often situates her sculptures in proximity to the inspiring artworks. Source: Not a Petting Zoo:Read More →

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