Floral artist Azuma Makoto launches a 50 year old bonsai and an extravagant flower arrangement into space for his Exobiotanica project.
Portuguese artist Odeith pioneers 3D typography graffiti to create a mind-bending optical illusion effect with his street art.
Brazilian design firm Moma Propaganda unveiled a series of retro-style posters featuring social media sites that harkens back to the golden age of propaganda advertising.
This darkly humorous series of images entitled “In Extremis (Bodies With No Regret)” is the work of photographer Sandro Giordano who explains that each shot is a crashed character, too emotionally fatigued to save themselves following a black-out of mind and body.
Hilariously embracing their mediocrity and wearing their one star with chest-beating pride, this campaign is akin to anti-advertising. “We use our one star for what counts” runs the tagline above the Road Lodge hotel posters. If these images don’t tempt you to book a room, nothing will.
Check out these moving optical illusions and prepare to have your mind blown – and perhaps become a little dizzy too. David Whyte has used his extensive maths and physics knowledge to manipulate the open source programming language, “Processing,” to create dancing geometrical interactions.
What makes these incredible images even more, well, incredible, is the fact that they were taken not on premium digital SLRs, but on cell phones and tablets. Just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, these pictures prove that the same can be said of a great photo.
Sculptor Robin Wight creates breathtakingly well-crafted and amazingly life-like fairies currently adorning the Fairy Trail at Trentham Gardens UK.
As part of his new Invisible Light Series, photographer Brian Fitzpatrick gives us an ethereal glimpse into toys, creatures, and flowers using X-rays.
Food is for more than just eating in Japan, it’s an art-form; and now so too is the cutlery. Mogu Mogu Wooden Forks are handmade by local craftsman, their tree-shaped design stand up on a board meaning you can create your very own forest of edible delights.