Aya Kato is a 25 year old artist from Japan whose love for life and nature transcends into these whimsical art pieces. Inspired by the Manga culture, with a touch of Art Nouveau, Aya's works tell a story about love and passion in an uncanny, dark sort of way, making surreal look more real than ever before.
For this year's Interni Hybrid Architecture and Design exhibition at the University of Milan, French architect Jean Nouvel teamed up with Italian shoe brand Ruco Line an designed a pair of leather and rubber boots. The creative footwear come in white, black,
This hypnotizing animated short is the work of Montreal-based team Possible Metrics, a studio that creates music-centered short films and interactive projects. We take a plunge into a figurative-abstract world, where dozens of tiny acrobats leap through revolving
As plastic junk becomes an increasingly important part of the natural landscape, Denver based artist Regan Rosburg draws awareness to this nature debilitating process with her mixed-media artworks. Using found objects like plastic bags, metal, and other
Australian illustrator Loui Jover creates these delicate ink drawing on sheets of vintage paper randomly bound together in a collage, rendering a “strange fusion and depth that seems to give the images a kind of ‘meaning’ and back story”.
Jennifer LaRue Huget teams up with Chris Sickels, the creative force behind Red Nose Studio, for a delightfully subversive tale, The Beginner's Guide To Running Away From Home.
New York Times Best Illustrated artist Chris Sickels spent 15 months creating the art
Tokushige Hideki is a Tokyo-based sculptor whose material of choice is just a tad out of the ordinary, to say the least. His works are 100% organic. So organic in fact that they used to be alive. These beautiful flowers are made of mouse bones. The deceased rodents
Some say that the best art is the one that deceives you. Beijing artist, designer and book editor, Li Hongbo, creates these mind blowing paper sculptures that might be mistaken for porcelain works. His technique is inspired by the Chinese paper gourds, decorative
We've seen lots of artists lately who work their magic with paper. Folding it, cuting it, burning it, you name it. But these works are different. Eiko Ojala is an Estonian artist based in Tallinn. His works are entirely drawn by hand in such a manner that they loos