Mandarin Duck, real name Aniko Kolesnikova, is an artist that has one goal in life: make clay great again!
Origami is an impressive skill to have, and one that only few people really master in this world. Of course, someone had to take the concept of making art out of folded paper a step further, and that person is Ciro Wai, a Chinese artist. He decided to do it with Ferrero Rocher packaging.
The hard part about sunsets and sunrises is trying to take a picture of one that perfectly captures that feeling. Where everyone else has pretty much failed in doing so, Ben Mulder has succeeded greatly.
Have you ever tried to doodle on photos or illustrations? I know I have, but Rohan Sharad Dahotre has developed a special skill – creating tribal avatars for the wildest of animals, making them look a bit more … human? This series of photos is called “animal doodles” and the artist created them to raise awareness about out furry, feathery, and scaly bothers.
Polina Brzhezinskaya – a Russian self-proclaimed “Instagram-era explorer” – has a passion and talent for modeling and photography. She has combined this on her Instagram page with her passion for travel for a very unique project…
Chinese artist Xuedaixun spends his free time looking up cute pictures of cats and dogs and turns those into anime drawings. While that might sound simple enough, he does choose the more peculiar poses and replicates the mood perfectly in his human counterpart.
Cristian Marianciuc is a Romanian self-proclaimed “origami enthusiast”. Cristian keeps churning his origami birds out like it’s the easiest thing in the world. And then we’re not even talking about the colors he uses, which are also nothing short of gorgeous.
Annie Thomas is a 28-y.o. Instagram starlet from Pennsylvania, whose creative and artistic skills are simply next-level. She can transform her face into pretty much any cartoon character of her choosing, and even go beyond that with her own exclusively designed demons, zombies, and other cute monsters.
While puzzles on their own are usually pretty bland, Tim Klein mixes puzzles from the same manufacturer to create something more than what they were. It’s a genuine art form and it’s very impressive!
Have you ever wondered how the world would look like if you were a tiny bug? Well, you don’t need to wonder anymore! A genius Romanian artist Adrian Borda decided to show us exactly what it’s like to be trapped inside a viola, guitar, contrabass, and saxophone.
Don’t you just love it when artists do something quirky and unique? Seigar, Tenerife-based pop street and travel photographer, tries to tell tales with his camera. One of those tales is his project called “My Plastic People”, where he tries to humanize mannequins found in shops all over the world. Sounds like a cool thing, doesn’t it?
Cats are awesome, guys! You know who else thinks cats are pretty cool? Veselka Velinova, that’s who! A native of Sofia, Bulgaria, this professional artist challenged herself to create a series of cat art inspired by various artists and artistic styles.
Artist Saint Hoax, who is also on Instagram like most people these days, tries to capture the haunting, sad part of fame that seems to be so unavoidable. His method of choice is surrealistic oil paintings.
In pretty much every fairy tale, the princesses are treated as these weak, helpless damsels who can only break their curses if they’re rescued and/or locking lips with a total stranger. Meet Russian artist Artemii Myasnikov, who came up with a pretty nifty idea. He turned Disney princesses into badass warriors who control their own destiny!
It’s a pretty unnatural way to see Disney princesses since they’re usually so neat and tidy. Let’s take a look at some of the best ones.
Filip Hodas, a Czech digital artist who has an amazing Instagram page. In his idea of a post-apocalyptic future, we see nature taking back what’s rightfully hers. And what better way to illustrate it than with pop culture imagery?
Artist Steve Roe shares his fascination for the cyberpunk theme in slightly modified pictures of Asian cities like Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul. It certainly begs the question if society really is heading in the right direction, which adds an entirely new layer to Steve’s work.
Not only can fish be a delicious snack, they’re also great pets. And Thai photographer Visarute Angkatavanich uses his immense photography skills to showcase the aquatic splendor of his pets.
James Trevino, who calls himself a “bookstagrammer” and is also active on Twitter, likes books more than anything else in the world. James’ pictures show us that books aren’t just mentally stimulating, they can also be visually appealing. It’s about time to get that empty shelf properly filled now, isn’t it?
This man’s imagination obviously isn’t lacking.