John Brooker, a 75-year-old man living in the UK, transformed his straight boring 150-foot hedge into a wonderfully shaped green dragon. The fantastic creature extends on one side of his rented farm cottage and is up to 10 ft (3 m).
Seattle-based modern glass master Jason Gamrath creates gorgeous large-scale glass flowers, bringing the details of their micro world to our macro scale. The artist mainly focuses on orchids and carnivorous plants, which shine with vivid colours and dazzle us with their remarkably realistic features and details.
These clever site-specific arrangements take these pieces of street art above and beyond. Rather than just painting a preconceived painting on a public canvas, these artists found locations that work together with their artwork.
This is a collection of her most eye-catching make-up and face-painting character designs by Elsa Rhae Pageler. They'll make you wonder - where did her real facial features go?
Marty Cooper is a great storyboard artist and even a greater scribbler, which he proves in these funny transparency sheet doodles. The transparent media helps him work on the spot and create expressive cartoon characters that can be transported into real-life situations in an instant. Some of the characters are creepy, some of them are...
Visual experiments with Disney characters have become quite a popular way to explore alternative fictional realities and to make social statements. The author of the Let There be Doodles Tumblr, for example, reimagined how the most iconic and beloved Disney princesses would look if they had different ethnicities.
Fordite, also known as Detroit agate, is a beautiful stone and a wonderful relic of urban history. The extraordinary gem looks very much like a natural agate, rippling with layers upon layers of the most vibrant colours there are. The stones were produced by car painting techniques that are no longer practiced - layered spray-painting...
Japanese artist Hirotoshi Ito breathes life into stone by transforming it into practically anything but stone itself. His whimsical and unique stone sculptures create surreal optical illusions that can make us forget that they are actually made of solid stone.
Scottish artist Jessica Harrison is known for her daring and often macabre sculpting experiments in which she explores the relationship between the inner and outer body in explicit and provoking sculptures. In her recent work “Flash,” she juxtaposes delicate traditional feminine porcelain figures with mosaics of ornate sailor tattoos that cover their snow-white bodies at...
When he's not doing his day job, Peter Brown is a talented woodworker who managed to create a beautiful and original ring from coloured pencils.