And this year too, the judges at the National Geographic Traveler magazine have had the very hard task of choosing the winners from the 18,000 entries received from all around the globe. Here are a few of the winning photographs of this year. You can check out all the entries here.
Yulia Brodskaya's works (previously here) are well known all around the world, being famous for their delicate intricacy, and also for the renowned brands that have chosen her technique to promote themselves. If you think things couldn't get more complicated, take
Patty Grazini (previously here) has completed a new body of work, and we couldn't be more excited about it. The show is called "Eccentric Misfits and Uncommon Characters", and each character is inspired by the women in the late 19th century.
João Carvalho is a 15 year old Brazilian artist, that goes by the name of Jdesenhos. His mind blowing 3D drawings appear as popping out of the notebook pages. His technique is truly one of a kind, and has caught the attention of art lovers and art magazines
A great find on Behance today is from Muraleedharan t, an India-based digital artist and animator. His works are both in the digital field, as well as in the traditional painting, but these digital drawings are really something else. So candid and surreal, they
These beautiful paper sculptures appeal to the DIY-maniac inside each of us. Either it’s a single animal, or a trophy head, these ingenious paper ornaments are easy to assembly, and the result is more than rewarding, as the designer Wolfram Kampffmeyer
It took 14 mobile phones, tablets, and laptops to bring this song into moving images. This clever music video is called “Knock Knock”, played by Ukrainian band Brunettes Shoot Blondes. All I can say is hats off and looking forward to more.
Portuguese artist David Oliveira has an unique approach when it comes to sculpting. Instead of classic materials, he uses wire to create stunning art works. From human silhouettes , to large scale installations, his impressive sculptures caught the attention of the
New York-based fashion designer and illustrator, Karrem Iliya, proves that fashion can be more than glitzy-glossy pictures in a high-class fashion magazin. Simple shapes, beautiful silhouettes, and pastel watercolor can be all you need when promoting an already