How many times during your daily walks have you seen a pothole on the road or pavement? In Lyon, France, there are so many of them, to the point that the city has a “pavement surgeon”! The urban artist’s name is Ememem, who loves filling cracks and potholes with colorful tile pieces, creating some beautiful intricate mosaic.
When it comes to weird stuff, there aren’t many brains as messed up as SuckerTom’s.
Some folks think graffiti is the only type of street art out there, and they couldn’t be more wrong.
The attention to detail is just incredible!
Jolanda Stokkermans is a mom from a little town in Belgium that clearly goes the extra mile when it comes to creating meals for her family.
You might think you’ve seen everything at this point and nothing can surprise you anymore, but we’re pretty sure that this embroidery artist will manage to do so.
Demi Lang is a self-taught artist from the UK, specializing in drawing architecture. Thousands of hours, hundreds of pencils, pens, and gallons of ink – all that and 15 years of hard work made Demi the incredible artist she is today.
We present to you the revolutionary Neko Cups!
We often wonder what famous historical figures actually looked like. A photographer from Amsterdam, Bas Uterwijk, has found a way to create the most realistic looking “photographs” of historical figures.
Hyperrealistic pencil drawings, now that’s a skill only a limited few mortals have. Sheila R Giovanni is one of those mortals, and boy does she know how to make a pencil drawing.
If you’re a true fan of Disney you will never get tired of seeing new, reinvented and reimagined versions of your favorite characters. This time, we come to you with a creative idea that Spanish artist Carlos Gromo has come up with.
Disney movies have given moments of pure magic to everyone on this planet. They make you laugh, they make you cry, and they always give you a great story to remember forever. And let’s not forget the amazing visuals of them: whether you’re talking about the old movies or the newer ones, everything just looks amazing. But what if there’s a way to make them look even better?
Visual designer Charis Tsevis came up with a rather unique idea when his friend asked him to create an art piece for a financial institution. He chose to create big art mosaics of animals from banknotes of various countries.
To all of you sitting at home chilling with your pets, wouldn’t you love to make their day even better than it is now?
Inspiration is a mysterious thing that can strike in the strangest ways. Some artists find inspiration in nature, others in the art created by other artists, some people have dreams that inspire and some find it in the matters of the heart. The artist we’re going to tell you about today seems to have found a well of inspiration in the famous rapper 50 Cent.
What Ronald Ong, the artist from Malaysia, does seems simple enough: he photoshops animals into weird, surrealistic works of art.
Believe it or not but art is a powerful thing. Today we’ll tell you the story of how art saved a village in Taiwan.
It’s times like these that make us re-evaluate our views on what’s important. How many of you have been thinking that they really didn’t go on enough walks, picnics in the park and camping trips in the forest or in the mountains? Are you wishing you went to the beach more and enjoyed swimming in the sea or the ocean more often? Year, we’re right there with you.
People all over the world are going crazy inside of their homes during the lockdown. Many of us are just cruising through it having a fun time on the internet; some are catching up on the massive backlog of books and games that were waiting for an occasion like this one. And then there’s Casey Drake, a loving and art-savvy mom from Orlando, Florida.
Hüseyin Sahin, a Turkish photographer and artist who’s got a knack for surreal photography. Unlike most people, he doesn’t just take photos of beautiful things or unique moments, he uses his camera to capture his ideas and then with the help of editing and layering multiple pictures he creates artworks that look incredibly real, even though you know that couldn’t possibly happen in real life.