Australian hyperrealist Ron Mueck, currently based in London, continues creating gigantic human sculptures and is now back with three new ones that will be on exposition in Paris at the Fondation Cartier through September 29.
Creating her 'Real Life Models' series, 19-year-old artist cleverly used her photo manipulation skills to bring some pretty exaggerated and distorted features to life. As a result, you get some pretty funny speculations of what the people from Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, Rudolf Hausner and Kees van Dongen's paintings would look like.
Every once in a while we get this urge to get creative in the kitchen, however, if noodles is all you can find in your pantry and your best cooking skill is ordering take-outs, it might get complicated. Not to worry - here's a selection of 15 creative food art ideas to get you inspired!...
Munich-based photographer Nich Frank, also known as ISO 72, captures beautiful geometric patterns around the city, which captivate with their colors when taken out of the context, or left with a minimal hint of the settings around them.
Canadian artist, known by his Roadsworth nickname, creates witty street art around Montreal as his manifesto in support for more bicycle lanes.
Comedians Casey Grim and Adam McLaughlin, better known as a Couple of N3rds, published hilarious engagement pictures, mocking the lovey-dovey style that is usually chosen for the occasion.
Where Children Sleep reveal shocking differences across countries, going from girls with thousand dollar dresses in their private mansions to shepherd boys sleeping with goats.
What may look like a beautiful photoshop effect was actually created by throwing some high powered glow sticks into the waterfalls of California.
With seven million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. While the plain numbers may not sound too intriguing, the pictures look absolutely mind-blowing.
What may look like a series of unearthly photo-manipulations, is more real than it looks! Moscow-based physician Leonid Tishkov is actually traveling the world with his own personal moon.
Human body has got to be one of the most challenging canvases for an artist - it breathes, sweats and moves. However, a 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel has no problem with that. Her paint brush turns models into amazing swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it's all drawn on real people.