“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?”
This magical series of magical flip books published by Mou Hitotsu no Kenkyujo tells magical stories as you flip through its pages with your thumb. But they're not like any old flipbook - they use cut-outs to reveal images in the negative spaces left behind.
Chad and Jennifer Rouch are a peculiar couple in Florida who are completely mad about everything Disney-related. It comes as no surprise that they've inspired a passion for all things Disney in their 3-year-old daughter Lane as well.
Ernst Berlin commissioned 23 artists that he found on Reddit Gets Drawn to create their own interpretations of his family‘s photos. He decided to make this project as a birthday present for his wife Agnes and to celebrate the addition of a new member to their family - an 8-month-old baby.
Nuenen, the Netherlands, has a new extraordinary attraction – a dreamy solar-powered bicycle path that glows in the dark. The path, created by Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde, looks just like a river of stars, fallen down from the Van Gogh’s "Starry Night."
This loving mother has been drawing on her two kids' brown paper lunch bags every single day for the past year. The woman uses her after-dinner free time to concentrate on her works, which she creates using prismacolor colored pencils, sharpies, and regular Crayola markers.
David Allen is an artist who leaves his natural sculptures out in public natural spaces to be found by passers-by thirsty for inspiration. “Nothing makes me happier than sharing these works with others," writes David.
We previously focused on Shanghai Tango's clever animal illustrations, so this time, we'd like to focus on his newest works, which range from refined social critique to silly illusions and playful visual puns.
Artist João Carvalho, also known as J Desenhos, bends, stretches, twists, dents, and curves his trademark blue lines in his notebook to create these fun-to-look at 3D illusions. With a bit of nice shading work, the artist makes us believe that these drawings are far more than flat paper sketches.
Anne Widya is a Hong Kong-based mother of four who doesn’t mind spending some extra time preparing breakfast for her little ones. She specializes in sunny-side-up egg creations where she turns fried eggs into funny elements of larger food illustrations.
These 22 beautiful artworks look just like sculptures, but they are all almost entirely edible delicious cakes, created for the annual Threadcakes competition.