This is Jazmina Daniel, an Australian makeup artist, who creates colorful, bright, unusual and very creative designs using her lips as a canvas and shares them via Instagram.
Meet Fab Ciraolo, Chilean illustrator with a very interesting vision of the world who want to share it with you. In his works the guy reprises the most popular nostalgic elements like our favorite fairy tale characters, popular historical personalities, artists etc. incorporating them into marvelous motifs some surreal, sci-fi atmospheres.
“For me, it’s not just about taking a pretty picture. Photography is my voice; the goal is to speak eloquently.” – Rog Walker Rog Walker is a photographer who lives and works in New York City. The majority of his unique works are classic style portraits. Rog’s portraits are realistic and intimate. His photos do…
We’re used to seeing life happen from our naked eye, but what if we got a chance to escape that typical view and start perceiving it from a whole different level? The true beauty behind macro photography is simple, it provides an experience that becomes otherworldly. Everything you thought you knew is completely changed.
Everyone makes a lot of purchases at different food markets and often people throw away their shopping lists. Photographer Thomas Lakeman decided to create a project that’s based on the ingredients from shopping lists. That’s something really weird and beautiful at the same time.
Traditionally, decorative ceramic figurines represent kitsch beauty and serenity. Upon first glance, they are appropriate only for decorating your granny’s cabinet. British artist Jessica Harrison took an interest in these ceramic sculptures and reinvented the medium. She covered refined young women who resemble Jane Austen’s characters in neck-to-wrist sailor tattoos. As a result, her modified porcelain ladies appear slightly humorous, grotesque but undeniably fascinating.
Five years ago, Katie Johnson, a University of North Texas Communication Design senior at that time, decided to help kids maintain their sparkling imagination and show them many ways in which they could apply it in art. She started The Monster Project, a collaborative program aimed at giving kids more opportunities to use their creativity at school.
Seung-Hwan Oh, an experimental photographer and a microbiologist based in Seoul, once got fascinated by the fact that mold destroys film, badly stored in archives. This inspired him to deliver the idea of impermanence of matter in a disturbingly metaphorical way. The artist cultivated fungus and applied it to film before he put it into his camera and took portraits of his friends.