Chicago-based artist Bruce Riley is a true magician of psychedelic art who experiments with paint and resin to create mind-boggling wonders.
Spanish artist José Manuel Ballester has created a rather poetic exploration of the role that people play in classical paintings - by removing them.
Philippines-based artist Kerby Rosanes has created even more painstakingly massive compositions with thousands of tiny and funny details.
Ivan Hoo is a Singaporean artist with a talent for breathing life into anything he draws. His impressive attention to detail makes it hard to believe that the artist is self-taught.
This giant owl sculpture, nestled against a city wall in Covilhã, Portugal, was created by Portuguese street artist Artur Bordalo (aka Bordalo II). The sculpture is called “Owl Eyes” and is composed out of various metal scraps, tractor tires, corrugated sheet metal, and other bits of urban junk.
“Light is Time” is a fantastic installation of 65,000 suspended watch base plates created by Paris-based architect Tsuyoshi Tane in collaboration with Japanese watch-maker CITIZEN.
These 3d optical illusion tattoos will definitely turn heads and drop people's jaws. These 25 of the best 3D tattoos out there might even inspire you to get one of these yourself!
Because we know you guys love to see inspiring food art news and trends, we decided to share this list of 25 of the most incredible pieces of sushi art we’ve ever seen.
Lady Gaga’s lead keyboardist Brockett Parsons and his team of “mad scientists” created their spectacular circular Piano Arc keyboard by joining three 88-note keyboards into one.
Pejac is a talented Spanish street artist whose works are widely recognized and appreciated all over Europe. The artist stands out for his light-hearted humor and poetic themes that make refined insights abut our world.
Cosmic print fashion will probably never grow old, and it‘s always fun to stumble across a new interstellar piece of clothing or accessory. This time, men get to highlight their wardrobe with this fabulous navy cosmic-print shirt by Nottingham-born designer Paul Smith.
“What if Superman was born in the sixteenth century?” asks French photographer Sacha Goldberger, “And what if the Hulk was a Duke? How might Van Eyck have portrayed Snow White?”