The internet loves cats. We all know that. So it doesn't surprise anyone when artists use these adorable furballs in their art.
The young Portuguese photographer Luisa Azevedo, only 18 years old, unveils a soft and poetic universe on her Instagram account, creating surreal and captivating compositions inspired by nature!
The photoshoot was done in 1 hour, I just made pictures of myself with the matching hairstyle and makeup, and then matched with the photos of each animal. The manipulation took me up to 20 hours for each.
Depression is not easy thing to deal with, but sometimes you can take your weakness and turn it into something beautiful.
Freelance illustrator Isabelle Staub spending from 8 to 12 hours recreate each image. Almost the whole process is done in the Corel Painter, with only a few last touches done with Photoshop.
Scottish graphic designer Reilly is making fashion fans a little uncomfortable with Fakenews, his latest project. He took haute couture names, from Gucci to Yeezy, and turned them into likenesses of the regular old brands we deal with every day. The logos are so convincing that one might be fooled into thinking Marc Jacobs was always a pizza shop.
Donald Trump has ties. Lots of ties. The hugest ties. And no, we're not talking about his ties to Russia. We're talking about his hilarious collection of super-long neck ties that you can find on Twitter via @TrumpsTies!
Like many people, I always imagine weird things when I walk in the street, when I work or when I’m home. But I never found a good way to tell what goes through my head.
The creative director of the BBDO advertising agency in Atlanta, Stephen McMennamy, is the creator of pictures he affectionately calls "Combos". These are two photos that are combined into one using skilful framing.
An elephant is killed every 25 minutes. A herd of digitally-generated 3D elephants is preparing to march across the world, crossing three continents in a spectacular first for digital out-of-home campaign – aiming to end the slaughter of endangered animals in Africa.
This being a digital age, our lives are suffused with fonts. Just about every word we read is set in a font crafted by an artist, a team of them, or even multiple generations of designers. But for the non-graphic designers among us, who mostly interact with font without a second thought, the medium’s possibilities may not seem particularly exciting.
Too much photography takes itself too seriously. My work is about anything other than work, it's about the play.