The Kingdom by Seb Janiak

French graphic designer and photographer Seb Janiak has created this series by layering numerous photos and editing them with a method he calls “digital matte painting”. “The Kingdom takes its inspiration from the Tibetan Book of the Dead, the Bardo Thodol. Its…

The Haunting Hill of Crosses, Lithuania

The Haunting Hill of Crosses is an area located in Šiauliai, Lithuania, covered with an estimated 55,000 crosses. Crosses of every shape and size, including rosaries, are crowded together in huge piles across the entire hillside. They are memorials to Lithuanian patriots who…

Oil Paintings by Linnea Strid

Swedish artist Linnea Strid creates hyper-realistic oil paintings inspired by the insignificant actions involving water that we repeat daily. Strid says “I get inspired by all sorts of events, many trivialities can become fascinating subjects to me. Sometimes I get obsessed with trying to…

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Realistic Paintings By Diego Gravinese

Argentinian artist Diego Gravinese creates  highly detailed hyperreal oil on canvas and acrylic paintings. “I started showing my paintings in the early 90’s, (even though I painted all my life), and my work changed quite a lot since those first years. It…

Ashley Edwards Collage

London based graphic designer and collage artist Ashley Joseph Edwards blends vintage images and blocks of colour, asymmetrical borders, conical shapes and other geometric shapes. Edwards says “I’ve been seriously collaging for the past couple of years now. I discovered…

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Retro Electronics – Paper Sculptures by Zim and Zou

Nancy, France based designers Zim & Zou, a.k.a. Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann created this handmade paper sculptures collection called  “Back to Basics” inspired by classic technologies that emerged in the 1980s. Back to Basics – Behind the scene from Zim and Zou on…

Todd McLellan: Deconstructed

Canadian photographer Todd Mclellan captures old relics of our past and modern daily items in its dismantled form. His work delineates the astounding intricacies and craft of these mechanical objects. Disassembly behind the scenes from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.