Category Archives: Art

Kaleidoscopic Modern Origami by Ekaterina Lukasheva

These kaleidoscopic modular origami and Kusudama are by Moscow-based paper artist and designer Ekaterina Lukasheva. Both the traditional paper sphere technique and the more complicated designs like modular tessellations, require an highly understanding of math and geometry to guarantee a perfect final result. Graduate with honors from Moscow … Continue reading

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New Whimsical Artworks of Jon Juarez

Jon Juarez (previously) is an illustrator and animator from Spain. In his new colorful artworks Juarez represents natural landscapes, modern cities and dreamy surrealistic scenes. “I wasn’t raised by wolfs… but it would have been nice. The pens and pencils brought … Continue reading

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Museum of the Moon by Luke Jerram

Museum of the Moon is a touring installation by UK artist Luke Jerram. This lunar project is a 23-foot replicas (7 metres in diameter) of the moon and it features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. This installation has travelled in public … Continue reading

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Sp!n: the Spinning Top Koma with a Surprise Effect

This is Sp!n, the new spinning top from Japanese brand +d. Designed by Jordi Lopez Aguilo and made in Japan, the ‘KOMA’ spinning top creates an optical illusion of levitation and reveals an exclamation point when you spin it. Inspired by the atomic molecules … Continue reading

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Greek Mythology by Stephanie Son

These eye-catching artistic interpretations of greek myths are by Stephanie Son, illustrator and designer based in Seoul. Discover her incredible world: Webiste / Tumblr / @eaumohtz

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Cosmic Hues and Incredible Details in Pencil Drawings by Georgina Kreutzer

These vibrant, hyperrealistic pencil drawings are by Australian artist Georgina Kreutzer. Kreutzer uses a combination of watercolor paints and colored pencils to create a series of drawings with cosmic hues and incredible details. Website / Facebook / Instagram / Pinterest / YouTube via [MyModMet]

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Famous Historical Paintings of Flowers Recreated in Real Life by Makoto Azuma

“Drop Time” is an exhibition by Japanese flower artist Makoto Azuma in collaboration with the Pola Museum of Art in Hakone. For the past 3 years Makoto Azuma has been creating these duplicates of famous flower paintings using real flowers. Azuma has chosen 3 bouquets from paintings … Continue reading

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Beauty, Fashion and Darkness by Mahyar Kalantari

Mahyar Kalantari is a fashion illustrator based in Ankara, Turkey, and these are his mesmerizing digital artworks. Instagram / Behance / Facebook

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Enchanting Paintings of South Korea’s Small Convenience Stores by Me Kyeoung Lee

South Korean artist Me Kyeoung Lee created these enchanting paintings of tiny bodegas discovered on her travels around her home country. She’s spent the past 20 years depicting these mini-corner shops, many of which are now disappearing. “There were not many things … Continue reading

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Blink. And They’re Gone: The World’s Last Tribes Captured by Jimmy Nelson

Mask Dancers, Paro, Bhutan Blink. And They’re Gone is a campaign to preserve cultural diversity and to fight for the preservation of cultural heritage. This incredible short film features a mesmering montage of 1500+ of Jimmy Nelson’s photographs, which capture 36 of the last indigenous communities (including the … Continue reading

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