Beautiful photos of Antelope Canyon in Arizona with no photo manipulation involved.
Computational portraits by Andre Wee entitled “Forming and Fragmenting”.
Amazing sculptures using wire frame and paperclips by Italian artist Pietro D’Angelo.
Daffy having writer’s block. Gareth Long’s Work in Progress was made as part of a suite of works foregrounding the mechanisms of artistic production.
Microscopic images of alcoholic beverages by Michael Davidson. These high-quality photographs of beers, wines, cocktails, liquors, and mixers were taken after they have been crystallized on a slide and shot under a polarized light microscope.
Intricate cut paper art by Eric Standley. Really astounding how he creates these.
Beautiful x-rays of flowers by Brendan Fitzpatrick.
In order to appreciate this, you’ll need 3D glasses. Photography by Kfir Ziv.
Artist Berni Valenta found a use for some 12-inch record sleeves by creating alphabet illustrations on them.
Something got lost in translation at the Jima Architects website.
These fractal art series by Croatian artist Drazen Jerkovic are simply amazing.
Here’s a hilarious and very necessary X-Men/Peanuts mashup by Cynthia Sousa.
Check out these awesome lemon and orange sculptures from the Fete du Citron festival in Menton, France. The event runs from February through March every year.
Entitled “Un Petit Monde”, this playful series of photographs by Kurt and Edwige Moses is delightful.
These food paintings by Mary Ellen Johnson will have your stomachs growling.
German artist Martin Klimas uses splatters of paint positioned on a scrim over a speaker. By turning up the volume, the vibration of the speaker sends the paint dancing as he shoots it through the lens of his Hasselblad camera.
These lowbrow sculptures, as artist Carl Turner refers to them, look more like Dr. Seuss characters.
Lovely video just in time for Valentine’s Day and beyond by Coudal Partners titled “Field Notes: Red Blooded.”
A beautiful interactive art installation composed of 144 vertical lines illuminated by a video projector.
Bizarre yet beautiful photos of dead birds by Nicola Bellomo.