David Zinn

Chalk and charcoal characters on the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan created by David Zinn which he improvised each piece on the spot. David creat trompe l’oeil illusions by using found objects, street fixtures and stair steps.

Radek Skrzypczak

Ever wonder how much time you spend on playing games? Here’s an apps concept that counts the time  spent on playing games on Playstation 3/4 design by Radek Skrzypczak. His concept inspired by Xfire platform. 

Steve Simpson

Steve Simpson is one of the 7 illustrators, which were invited to Teneriffe, The Canary Islands. He was given a local illustrator guide, a sketchbook and a hast tag, #onthedraw and the mission is to sketch the island and create 6 illustrations for a group exhibition in Teneriffe


Belgium-based ad agency Soon created this fantastic set of paper insects. This set of insect sculptures was made out from reclaimed paper for paper company IGEPA Benelux as an advertising brochure to a new line of recycled paper.

Linzie Hunter

Humorous collection of uninspiring quote posters createed by scottish illustrator, Linzie Hunter. She called them ‘uninspiring posters’. Actually it’s the complete opposite – they are inspiring, but the message they convey is categorically not inspiring.

Corso Zundert

Corso Zundert, the world’s largest flower parade in Netherlands. The annual parade features 20 giant floats created by various districts within the city. To encourage a wide breadth of creativity the parade never has a theme, leaving teams free to design whatever they want as long as the floats fit the within 20 x 10 meters and are completely adorned with dahlia flowers.


Carrying a motif to extreme can pay in spades, or in this case the beautiful texture and mood setting for a restaurant website. Use of earthy colors and perfect images bring out the mood and looking elegant. 

Holly Spring

Holly Spring, a loving mother, takes inspiring photos of her beautiful one-handed daughter. Her daughter had struggled early on in life with Hirschsprung’s Disease and no left hand but Holly wants to show her daughter that there are no limits to what she can achieve if she just believes in herself. 

My daughter is my muse and my heart that inspires me to follow my passion and share these unique photos and digital art with you,” says Holly.

Her photography won the NZIPP/Epson Iris Portrait Creative Photographer of the Year award in 2014.