San Francisco-based artist Rebecca Szeto uses the unconventional media of paintbrushes for her elegant sculptures. The brushes, with their tops carved out and their bristles matted and soaked in paint, look just like aristocratic dames in historic paintings with ornate and puffed dresses.
Kiev-based fashion designer Konstantin Kofta creates amazing, though rather disturbing, wearable accessories that are inspired by human anatomy.
Chicago-based illustrator and web designer Alex Solis has come up with a great idea of how to make American sign language more appealing for those who want to learn it.
Two coworkers - Francesco Fragomeni and Chris Limbrick at Squarespace’s office in NYC - decided to fight boredom by recreating famous classical paintings using only office supplies and photo manipulations done on their smart phones.
From hairdos, beards, and moustaches to clothes, shoes, and accessories – Amit Shimoni didn’t miss any of today’s biggest trends when he reimagined the world’s leaders as hipsters.
British artist Ptolemy Elrington collects thousands of old abandoned hubcaps from all across Britain to make these beautiful animal sculptures.
American glass artist Shayna Leib creates impressive works that look like sea creatures' tentacles and cilia rather than glass. And it is no coincidence that her works are so inspired by the sea, as Leib is also a passionate diver.
Do you remember the impressively successful San Francisco-based beardo named Mr. Incredibeard? Check out more of his new wacky beard styles here.
From medieval knight's helms and animalistic hoods to warm hats with beard and caps with tentacles, this list of 27 playful and inspiring winter hats has them all!
If you still don’t have your Christmas decorations up and you want them to be something special and original that you can make yourself, here's a project for you. The sparkleball is basically made out of transparent plastic cups and Christmas lights.
Photographer Kenji Shibata works with the incredibly poetic media of ice cubes and vivid flowers that he freezes into them. The photographer's visually arresting work captures the everlasting beauty of flowers stuck in time.
San Francisco-based artist Mona Caron is fascinated with the beauty and resilience of urban weeds, which inspired her to create these gorgeous weed murals.
For her Bachelor’s degree project, Hungarian art student Kincső Nagy showed her deep affection to J. K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series with her simply magical glow-in-the-dark book cover designs.