Children are probably the most active and excited Halloween enthusiasts, so we decided to share 28 of the creepiest, funniest, weirdest, and prettiest children’s Halloween costume ideas for this year’s fiesta of horror and fun!
This hypnotizing glass sculpture is “Emulsifier” by artist Thomas Medicus. As it rotates, it reveals four beautiful animal paintings.
For the past 16 years Chubby was photographer Maria Sharp's best friend. Unfortunately, the dog‘s health recently started to decline rapidly, so Sharp decided to dig up old photos of the two of them and organize one last photoshoot, documenting their beautiful friendship before Chubby passed away.
Seoul-based illustrator Soo Min Kim turns the classic Starbucks mermaid into various other fantastic characters by redrawing her on original Starbucks paper cups.
The ever-changing and iconic New York City skyline can probably be called a celebrity all its own. 432 Park Avenue is the address of a new 1,396-foot skyscraper that brings yet another extraordinary change not only to the city, but to the whole Western hemisphere, as it is now the tallest condo building in this...
A French creative going by the name of Blick has created a series of inspiring collages that juxtapose black and white photos of men at war with vivid flower drawings and cartoonish details. In the series, the soldiers' guns have been replaced with flowers, making them look friendly and harmless.
These incredibly elaborate tree sculptures by UK-based sculptor and author Clive Maddison are each from a single wire strand.
An innovative Swiss company called Algordanza created a unique way for us to remember and honor those who have passed. They use cremated human remains to create a diamond that will last forever.
150 street artists from 30 countries created an open-air mural museum in Erriadh, a village on the Tunisian island of Djerba and one of the oldest in the country. The project was called “Djerbahood” and was organized by Medhi Ben Cheikh and the Galerie Itinerrance to decorate the village, revive it with new life, and...
One guy teamed up with his artist wife to transform their Nissan Skyline GTR sports car into a one-of-a-kind work of art. What was at first a casual car became something that might be worth an auction. Take a look!
Most actors are chosen for biographical roles because of their close resemblance to the historical figure that's being portrayed, but there's so much more to these pictures than that. From the casting director to the makeup team, many people work together to create biopic roles that are as true-to-life as can be.
For “The Signs of Life,” Zakharov collected dozens of curious scenes seen in peoples' windows, including sculptures, skeletons, toys, and even real pets.