Mexican photographer, digital artist, and graphic designer Felix Hernandez Rodriguez is still in touch with his inner-child. He is a master at creating magical photographs using miniature toys, but you have to look very closely to see what he is actually doing. Thanks to his behind-the-scenes photos we get to see some of the tricks he uses to create his pictures.
Artist Jessica Wohl has created a series of manipulated portraits that is equally funny and disturbing. Some remind me of Chewbacca , others seem more sinister. Who are these people with their faces stitched into anonymity, what are they hiding behind their masks?
The Busy Road: I am so used to it by now that when the traffic falls silent, I think a storm is coming.
Summer time and it is hot outside, so iI find myself day dreaming of ice cream. I don't care what kind, as long as it's cold. Lucky for me that freelance designer and illustrator Courtney Wotherspoon created a series of very tasty looking ice cream illustrations.
Animated GIF by Anna Taberko
Illustrator Helen Green created this awesome David Bowie animated GIF showing different hair styles
Photographer Steve Axford spends a lot of time photographing mushrooms in New South West, Australia. Not your run-of-the-mill garden variety, but the funky, psychedelic ones with crazy colors and shapes. Many of them are very rare and may have never been seen before.“My photography has been my avenue into this world as it slows me down and allows me to look at things more closely. I try to combine the beauty I see with some […]
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Ascending and Descending (1960) is a lithograph by Dutch artist M. C. Escher (1898-1972) that shows an impossible object; a type of optical illusion that suggests three-dimensionality. It is a visual paradox. © M.C. Escher / Fair Use