Art can be done anytime and anywhere. Take, for example, @Sleevebucks, an Instagram (and tumbr) about movie and pop-culture characters drawn on the sleeves that come with cups of Starbucks coffee.
When Japanese designer Oki Sato was nominated for Designer Of The Year by Maison et Objet, a French design show, he was asked to rethink the concept of chocolate and to create something new. He decided to explore how different textures of chocolate help us perceive its taste.
Rob Gonsalves is a famous Canadian artist whose works are recognizable for their magic realism and well-planned optical illusions. One image melts into another and comes back again full circle, playing with our minds by creating irrational dream worlds.
These wooden light switch plates seem to be almost impossible to use, but they are completely functional and could be small, stylish details in any home.
Roni Baranga is an Israeli artist who has a unique and grotesque sense of aesthetics and created works that, despite their repulsiveness, you can't pull your eyes away from. In this particular series, he has created creepy plates, cups, bowls, and other tableware with almost too-realistic mouths and fingers.
USA-based digital artist Damon Hellandbrand has created a wonderful series depicting Zodiac characters as menacing, nightmarish monsters - the way they might have looked when strolling an Earth inhabited by ancient gods.
For the past 4 winters, the Bartz brothers have been creating a new giant sculpture of a sea animal on their family’s front lawn. This year it’s a 12-feet-tall and 31-feet-wode sea turtle, named Snappy that appeared on their front yard, inviting all of the curious passersby to come closer.
Vienna-based artist Bogi Fabian paints exceptional murals that look different under three different lighting conditions: in the daylight, in the dark, and under UV light.
Mothmeister is the Belgium-based couple behind these brilliantly creepy portraits of grotesque characters and their little companions – real mounted animals. They pose for their photos in extraordinary monster costumes and terrifying masks with all sorts of ghoulish details.
The annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in Heilongjiang province, China is a true winter wonderland for kids and adults, who can stroll around and through the magnificent ice and snow creations.
29 Powerful Reactions From Cartoonists Around The World Honor The Victims Of The Charlie Hebdo Shooting
In order to pay their respects and honor the courage of the cartoonists and others lost at the Charlie Hebdo shooting, many other cartoonists created their own illustrations dedicated to the tragic event.
Illustrator Geoffrey Hewer-Candee has a cute ongoing illustration series called “Animal Problems.”