Eleonora Gadducci is an Italian young photographer, living and working in Pisa. She draws inspiration in literature, music and nature, while her works have a eerie, magical feel, creating a surreal dimension parallel to daily life.
These wonderful pieces of art are the work of UK based sculptor Barbara Franc, who draws inspiration from the shapes and sculptural forms of animals. Using wire, metal, and other recycled and discarded materials, she creates these unique pieces, capturing the
Composition of mammals is a series of posters created by Japanese illustrator Wataru Yoshida as a mock-up exhibition for the National Museum of Nature and Science in Tokyo which studies the anatomy of mammals with displays of taxidermy and skulls. The posters were
Şakir Gökçebağ doesn't think that toilet paper belongs only in the toilet. There is also an artistic side to it, and the artist exploited it to its fullest. He turns these oh so ordinary objects into whimsical pieces of art. Check out these amazing toilet paper
Ellen Jewett creates these amazing and painstakingly intricate animal sculptures. Each piece is entirely handmade, beginning with a handmade metal armature over which light weight clay is sculpted. The painting is done with acrylic pigments and the embedded eyes
Italian artist Valerio D'Ospina creates these beautiful oil paintings of urban scenes, capturing the essence and mood of the busy city today. The grey palette, the one point perspective, and the long brush strokes that create the sense of continuous movement, all
Passion for fashion goes hand in hand with the love for food, or at least this is how award winning Italian photographer Fulvio Bonavia sees things. Know for his creative and unique imagery, Bonavia crafted a collection of jewelry, accessories, handbags, and shoes