Melissa McCracken is a woman that can be considered both blessed and cursed. She grew up with a peculiar neurological condition called synesthesia that allowed her see colors where other people heard sounds.
Here are 11 artworks inspired by various world famous songs. Can you guess the name just by looking at the picture?
It’s the best time of the year for people that are fans of Sony, photography or awards…
Here are 10 banned books you should definitely read today. And who knows, maybe they were banned for a reason?
What is it like to have an anxiety disorder? How can you describe it to someone that has never had an experience like that? Psychologist Douglas Amorim came up with an idea to create a photo essay that will tell the stories of his own patients and their suffering.
All skepticism aside, Geoffroy Mottart’s work is truly remarkable and will instantly change the average walk through Brussels into something magnificent and quirky.
Art and movement are two things that go together really well and Eric Sauve has understood that from the very beginning of his art career. His latest work, though, is something entirely new. The Affranchir la Ligne art project is an inspiring mix of solid material and carefully executed twists and curves that evoke feelings of wonder and excitement.
Here are 15 of the most fascinating sculptures ever created.
Let’s take a look at the final paintings of some of the greatest artists to ever walk this Earth.
Peter Menzel had one of the coolest ideas ever – traveling the world to see what ordinary people eat and take lots of pictures! That’s how many of his photographs ended up in a book titled “What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets”
Here you can see those pinups side-by-side with the original photographs that inspired them.
It’s not the first time Julien Nonnon has decorated the walls of Parisian buildings with art. He’s known for his projections of smartly-dressed safari animals that could be seen all over the city in September, 2015, and now he’s back with yet another project – Le Baiser – that involves lots of kissing people projected onto the walls of Paris.
All in all there 100 kissing couples projected onto the walls of Parisian buildings. Juliene wants to inspire everyone to kiss!
Bike couriers are pretty lame in western countries. It’s usually like a guy in a very professional and sturdy outfit driving around, well, my midnight pizza. Asia however, turns it up a notch or three.
Now the real question is: which country has the best bike couriers/vendors? Is it China, known for having way too many people? Or is it Vietnam, known for beating the United States at warfare? Sounds like two tough opponents! Let’s take a look at our entries.