The grass is always greener on the other side. I've got dead straight hair (blame it on the Asian genes!) so when I see someone rocking an afro or an entire head of curls, I stare in amazement. Looks like I'm not the only one though, it seems to also happen vice versa. Hence, Gerrel Saunders aka. Gaks made an illustrated series revolving around the topic titled 'CROWN'. It is described by . . .
Here's one about a fellow Aussie - Elisa Mazzone is a talented art director, illustrator and an avid fan of all things beautiful. Now based in London, she creates gorgeous visual landscapes and keepsakes, weaving mediums together with allegorical needle and thread. She explores the female form through her choice of colours, shapes and flowing lines. Purposely unfinished, the illustrations have an . . .
I just stumbled across Samorost 3 and it's hands-down the most beautiful game I've ever come across. Okay, I don't exactly play many games at all - but every new scene and world provide you with some serious visual eyecandy. Samarost 3 is a puzzle point-and-click adventure game developed by Amanita Design, starring a small, white-clad humanoid with a little cap and brown boots. Each character . . .
"Drawing with a knife" - that's what Hong Kong artist Bovee Lee does with much skill and patience. Instead of channeling her feelings about moving cross-country into nervousness or frustration, she created these intricate hand-cut paper rollercoasters. Talk about a good method of diversion... "In these works, I also draw parallels between one’s romantic relationship and our relationship . . .
My colour explosion on Instagram, showcasing inspiration revolving around a single colour. RED Featuring: Aniella | Natasha Wilson | Adé Hogue | Flyghte | Jean Jullien | Lady Boss Ri | Wild Whimsy Woolies | Present & Correct | Madewell . . .
These caught my eye as it brought me back to the time when I used to collect bottles and place in them little keepsakes - sand, a feather, a note to myself. Now if I could bottle anything, it would be hope, dreams, and the wish that there would be more love and less hate. More happiness and less sorrow. More acceptance and less fingers pointed. Something needs to change in the world that we . . .
Witchoria (aka. Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer) created a series of photographs which blends geometric shapes into natural landscapes to produce fragmented reflections within each image. The lines between reality and fiction are blurred as the elements start to blend into each other. A beauty that is created based on nature and the constructs of photo manipulation . . .
"Guess who's back, back again. Shady's back, tell a friend. Guess who's back, guess who's back, guess who's back, guess who's back, guess who's back, guess who's back..." *music plays in the background* Yes, I'm back from my brief hiatus (with a massive tan) - adventured around Turkey & Greece for the past few weeks, which was more amazing than I could've imagined with each city being so . . .
Talk about captivating. Throughout the years, we've seen countless different mediums and expressions showing the beauty of the human body. 'The Cube' by New York City photographer and artist Natalie de Segonzac really caught my attention and showcases naked human bodies in a completely captivating way. Contorted into various positions within a cube, both female and male bodies are photographed. . . .
Obsession of the day - photographs with a pinch of magic, dreams and surrealism. In a period of time where Photoshop skills run rampant, Ukraine-based photographer Oleg Oprisco's work stands out from the crowd as they are not actually artificial digital manipulations. Say what?! We have no idea how, but Oprisco carefully plans out each of these scenes and shoots them on his old-school film . . .