Yunwoo Choi creates his impressive works using pages of magazines, gluing them together to make forms inspired by the dimensions we cannot see.
Taiwanese artist Chen Chun-Hao is reinventing a millennia-old tradition of art using rather a modern medium.
What if the most scary 80s horror characters were still alive today? These imaginative photographs by Federico Chiesa answer that question.
New Zealand-based artist James Reid plays with polygonal shapes to replicate the superheroes we know and love in his abstract pieces titled Polygon Heroes.
Foto Marvellini’s creators Carlo Marvellini and Andrea Marvellini produced this series of altered antique portraits of what could possibly be the ancestors of the superheroes and iconic people we know today. From Batman to Star Wars characters, these images are sure to make you smile.
Because this is what we really want to see at the 2012 Olympics.
Spring is here, which means it’s time to look spectacular!
Artist Andrew Myers uses colored screws to create depth and motion in his stunning portraits.
Thank you, Photoshop, for ruining everything.