This post is dedicated to the magnificent tree roots that beautifully resist the boundaries set for them by our civilization.
In her series "Stop Watch" Dutch artist Tineke Meirink shows us that “it’s just more fun to take a closer look.” The artist takes photos of everyday objects found on the streets that are mostly dull or even invisible to a regular person, but not to her. On the contrary, she recognizes the beautiful potential...
The Lyon Festival of Lights is an annual event famous for bringing millions of citizens and city visitors together to celebrate beauty, art, and the honor of the Virgin Mary. Every year Lyon, the second largest city in France, becomes a miraculous haven of charming light installations and projections situated in various places among the...
Artists Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock created 6 gorgeous chandeliers by recycling old bike parts, and used them to turn an underpass in San Antonio, Texas, into a public art space.
French artist Thomas Lamadieu, also known as Roofs Art, finds canvases for his artworks where most of us would never think of looking: he takes pictures of the sky where it's framed by rooftops, and fills the sky space with whimsical line drawings.
With seven million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. While the plain numbers may not sound too intriguing, the pictures look absolutely mind-blowing.
German photographer Matthias Heiderich is one of those artists who can make simple look stunning. His minimalist photos of Berlin show his hometown in completely new light - full of color, perfect lines and patterns.
The attitude that art should be seen only in galleries is on its way out. This huge collection of creative street art will show you that city is probably the best canvas!
Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz travels around various cities in his homeland to find abandoned structures and bring them back to life. By adding eyes and facial features he makes old buildings laugh, smile, scream or just look at the passersby with their big window eyes.