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.
An artist called Mr. Super A digitally slices the Disney characters up and uses them as some sort of tape prison for their real-life counterparts. Let’s take a look!
To remind everyone of why Kanye is a thing and how he became a thing in the first place, let’s take a look at some of the best songs he’s created over the years.
And what could be easier than robbing a museum?
Have you ever gone to a museum featuring art from the 18th and 19th century and thought to yourself, “That aristocrat totally looks like (insert name of celebrity).” Yes? – Then you will definitely like this gallery!
There’s a website called FatCatArt. And it combines fat cats and art. What can be better than that? Enjoy!
It’s safe to say Instagram is rapidly taking over as the main social media network of choice. Especially when it comes to determining what is cool and what isn’t. And because we’re all cool people, it seems only fair that we inform you about some cool Instagram accounts you should follow right now if you’re into art.
We all realize the world is filled both with happiness and misery, but at the end of the day what truly matters is your own attitude and perspective. Positive thinking can get you far and, who knows, it may even change the reality around you! Pharmacist and artist Mokhallad Habib from Iraq decided not to wait till his positive attitude will change the world and started making minor changes himself by taking actual episodes of his country’s life and transforming them into cute works of art.
“The Notebook”, “Titanic”, “Wolf of Wall Street” – imagine these movies (and many more) with Disney heroes and villains instead of the real actors. It’s so bizarre to see these two worlds collide, but the results are quite astonishing!
If you think that Doctor Strange, Thor, Iron Man, and Eleven are good enough in real life, wait till you see their cartoon versions.
Japanese culture is known for its unusual pastimes and weird hobbies, but ‘dorodango’ must be among the most unexpected things you’d see a kid doing for hours.
Spanish artist Nacho Diaz illustrates these extremely relatable feelings and it’s no wonder his account is so popular right now.
Just stop for a minute and look around you – there’s so much beauty it’s impossible to fathom it all at once!
If you were to cosplay any painting or a sculpture who would it be and why?
Meet Ballpoint Papi. This genius artist has made a name for himself, and his Twitter handle Tw1tterPicasso fits him like a glove. Corey is not only an avid caricaturist, he’s also a major troll. For most of the people his art may seen rough and very childish, as if a 3-year-old drew it, but the truth is – it’s all intentional.
Meet Philip Henry Christopher Jackson, who’s apparently quite a famous sculptor with a heck of an imagination. He’s mostly known for his uncanny skill to convey the different human conditions using body language, but he’s also known to do commissions for famous people.
Have you ever wondered what a certain country would look like if it was a person?