Marina Cano is a Spanish landscape and wildlife photographer who spent three years in Cabarceno Natural Park capturing the breathtaking beauty of an impressive variety of wild animals.
Belgian street artist Bart Smeets, aka Smates, recently finished his latest work – a giant mural depicting a hyper-realistic dog under water. If you’re in Belgium, don’t miss the chance to see Smates’s mural, which is located on De Langhestraat in Mechelen.
The way we say “I love you” changes as our relationships develop, but one thing is certain – humor often helps! Most of these love cards are best applicable for couples in long-term relationships, when love is felt and conveyed through little joyful every-day details.
In 1995, at the age of 61, UK-based painter William Utermohlen was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. The artist's artist’s self-portraits grimly illustrates the merciless progression of the disease, which he had been exploring through visual self-reflection with paint and brushes during the last 5 years of his artistically active life.
French artist Marc Giai-Miniet's works may look like doll houses at first, but they'll give you the chills. He creates miniature boxes with gloomy old-school sci-fi laboratories, attics, libraries, storage and interrogation cells, and houses full of dusty, rusty rooms.
This post is dedicated to the magnificent tree roots that beautifully resist the boundaries set for them by our civilization.
Here is just a handful of the many great ideas out there for how to recycle those plastic bottles and their caps. Get inspired and get started!
If you want to have a baby photoshoot, but don’t yet have a baby, you can do what Jamie Clauss, a professional photographer of parents and their newborns, did. She took adorably ridiculous photos of a couple and their lovely dog instead of a baby.
With his mind-bending perspective art, renowned artist Georges Rousse has proved that he is both an artist and a magician. His amazing paintings create order out of what, from any angle but the right one, seems like total chaos.
5,000 ice figurines besieged the steps in Birmingham’s Chamberlain Square only to grimly melt in the hot sunshine. This surreal scene was set up to commemorate the men and women (not only soldiers) who lost their lives in World War I.
These sparkling little fellows are called mirror, or sequined, spiders. Like all of the spider species of the thwaitesia genus, their abdomens are covered with reflective silvery patches that look just like tiny stained-glass sculptures or even pieces of jewelry.