Titled The Last Dance of the Flowers, it shows a beautiful cascading trail of 1,000 freshly-cut purple flowers that appear to rise from the forest floor and merge into the model’s coat. Kirsty Mitchell, British photographer has created a series of fairytale-inspired photographs called ‘Wonderland’.
A blue sky begins to emerge from early morning clouds and fog as the Simpson Tacoma Kraft Company pulp and paper mill operates along with cargo container cranes at the Port of Tacoma.
Martínez illustration through realistic figuration and psychological portrait, create images that tell a story.
Vladimir Gvozdev’s illustration creatively blend animals and real mechanical components.
Colorful Lights Transform Church Floor Into A Mesmerizing ‘Magic Carpet’. Chevalier projected colorful lights onto the Sacré-Coeur church floors in Casablanca, Morocco, creating this beautiful and vibrant work of art.
“As a child, my father taught me to hunt mushrooms near my home and we would always come across all manner of bugs and creatures. As I got older and my interest in photography grew, I decided I wanted to catch these magical scenes on camera.” - Ukrainian nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko specializes in macro photography, and his favorite things to capture on camera are snails.
The evolving looks of The Beatles, from their debut look to the famous uniforms that graced the album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Combining the systematic designs of urban transit systems with a bit of 1980s video gaming nostalgia, graphic designer Dave Delisle has designed a series of metro maps implanted into the aesthetic of the classic video game Super Mario Brothers 3.
‘The Design Deck’ is a set of 52 useful design information, complete with a visual example, combining to create a well-rounded, thorough examination of the subject. It also explains the history of design movements, and includes information about typography and iconic designers.
Phil jones illustration “Wake” has been used for printing on t-shirt and curtain.
A dreamlike island. Sets a mystic mood of longing to be there. This artwork is called Bonsai Island.
“Like any other artist, I use painting and drawing techniques to create my art. The difference is that the computer is my canvas and the mouse is my brush.” - Doris Wood
Great colour mixture and texture look like real canvas, but actually it was done digitally.
This art is called Spring Delight by Vladimir Kush. Flared up flowers predict happy unions and favorable events.
It’s a typography pot, made by hand using “original orange” pottery clay and small plants.
Brilliant new ‘Have a break, have a Kit Kat’ ads