Autism can cripple an individual's ability to socially interact and express themselves in ways that most of us can understand. However, this poorly-understood neurological disorder can also bestow extraordinary talents. Take, for example, 5-year-old Iris Grace, who creates beautifully expressive paintings in spite of – and perhaps because of –...
Even though these photographs look like pieces from a surreal art series, they are real photo portraits of the marvelous Siamese fighting fish, taken by passionate Bankok-based photographer and fish enthusiast Visarute Angkatavanich.
Welcome to the wackiest festival we’ve ever seen – The International Highline Meeting on Monte Piana, a slackline festival held high up in the Italian Alps.
Eva Senín Pernas, a multi-talented artist and photographer from Galicia in Spain, isn't your average makeup artist. She creates stunning works of Halloween-themed art on women's lips that are at once frightening, mysterious, and irresistible.
The National Geographic Photo Contest – one of the greatest annual photography competitions in the world – has already begun accepting photos for all three of its major categories - Nature, Places, and People. Let’s take a look at a few of our favorite entries from around the world so far!
“I’ve created over 40 photo-manipulations using Rowan Atkinson for the main subject over the course of 3 or 4 years and he is by far my most popular subject,” writes artist Rodney Pike. "I make no statements with my work. It’s simply for fun. It’s just a really cool bonus that I get paid for...
Welcome to some of the familiar and yet silent and cold locations of our most beloved fictional town – The Simpsons' Springfield!
In their new series “Oh, The Places You Will Go,“ artist couple Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panickeer, aka Hari & Deepti, depict curious mythology- and sci-fi-inspired scenes in their captivating hand-cut paper art boxes.
Meredith Woolnough is Australian visual artist who creates intricate embroidered tracings resembling the original art of nature. By using a domestic sewing machine and a fabric base that dissolves in water, the artist repeatedly stitches threads into dense structures that ultimately become embroidery sculptures.
James Chapman is a young Manchester-based physicist and designer who makes witty posters and cartoons that show how common words and expressions sound in different languages.