With such an incredible imagination, it’s a good job conceptual artist and illustrator Gediminas Pranckevicius sports the talent to express it. His surreal musings incorporate often lone figures set to mystical backdrops of fantastical architecture that spirals beneath the seas or snakes among the skies, not to mention the dragons, wolves and giant fish too.
New Zealanders Fraser Callaway, Oliver Ward and Matt Innes designed a “flexible, foldable, affordable and 100% recycled” standing desk for the modern worker. With a campaign on Kickstater, this design team is ready to leave their mark on a healthier, mobile worker.
Photographer Gabriele Viertel has incorporated her passion for the performing arts with her passion for photography, producing these ethereal underwater stills. An intriguing blend of the classic and the contemporary, what makes her work even more incredible is that she has only been doing it full time since 2011.
Norway’s Norges Bank held a competition last Spring for design proposals to be submitted for their new banknote series. A panel of six judges – 5 professionals and 1 member of the bank – decided on two winners who best approached the given theme “The Sea.”
Have you ever imagined how creatures might look if they were actually created from scratch, built like a building on a construction site? Mexican artist Ricardo Solis has, and his visions are rather arresting. His musings include workers wrapping ribbons around a zebra to create its stripes and a rhino carved from a block of terracotta.
A mouth-watering series of photos, “Recipe Photography Concept” sees designer Nora Luther team up with photographer Pavel Becker to produce a range of imaginative imagery to tantalize the taste buds. They expertly capture a range of recipes as the ingredients tumble into dishes, pots, plates and pans.
Hilaria Baldwin puts the sexy in yoga with #yogapostureoftheday. The wife of 30 Rock actor Alec Baldwin makes a name for herself by serving up yoga poses in the hottest, albeit unconvential way and documenting it on social media for everyone to see.
Toronto-based art studio Different Design was founded by Ryan McArthur, a life-long lover of all things creative. His skills are put to great use, conjuring up a whole heap of awesomeness in the form of posters, t-shirts and greeting cards. The studio’s aim is to produce art that “creates a connection through emotion and feeling.”
It’s a technique that requires patience and the most delicate of touches and Indiana-based folk artist Jamie Homeister has perfected what she calls “an incredibly humbling media.” She paints animals on feathers, a process that Homeister says is no easier than painting on blades of grass, but it’s a challenge that “is an honorable one.”
Brian M. Viveros’ hyperrealistic portraits of women channel seduction, defiance, and hard knock all rolled into one. The California-based painter’s depiction of females with a ‘come hitherto’ look in their eyes, the ubiquitous cigarette between their lips while sporting bloody knuckles could leave a few people confused.