Norwegian Woods

I’m loving the wonderful mixture of animals and nature in Norwegian visual...

Tarot Garden

French artist Niki de Saint Phalle met both her master and her destiny when she first visited Barcelona’s Park Güell in 1955. Impressed by the works of Antonio Gaudi, she knew she, too, was destined…

Un-Gravity Constructions

It’s easy to get lost in Cinta Vidal Agulló‘s acrylic on wood paintings – just look at the many incredible details that make up these surreal, floating domains. Influenced by the different ways we all live in the…

Urban Geodes

Artist Paige Smith, also known as Common Name, has made her mark...

Touch

I can’t stop ogling at these photorealistic oil paintings of cacti by Korean artist...

Potluck 100

Remember Lorraine Loots, the artist who took on a 365 day challenge of creating one miniature painting, on a 10cm x 10cm piece of paper, for every day for an entire year? Well, she’s at it…

Drawn The Road Again

Remember Chandler O’Leary? The globetrotting illustrator is still at it, traveling and drawing the most incredible visual stories that always inspire us to hit the road with Moleskin and paints in hand. Her illustrated portrayals of far out roadside attractions…

Western Realty

By digitally singling out old and neglected building across the western United States, photographer Ed Freeman challenges us to discover these architectural structures with fresh eyes. It’s a series so brilliantly executed. Turns out, beauty was…

Me and A Cup of Hot Chocolate

I recently cleaned my desk out and discovered some note cards illustrated by Me and A Cup of Hot Chocolate while I was in Thailand a couple of years ago.  Her frame worthy prints can be found on a collection of…

Sofia Monsters

Photographer Atanas Kutsev and illustrator Tochka have a lot of love for their hometown...

Surreal Houses

A grassy knoll perched atop a roof, a stained glass window floating like a balloon from above, a building 15 houses high . . . I’d love to live in this surreal world that German artist…

Chad Wys

We’re crushing hard on the way American artist Chad Wys digitally modernizes classic works of art by juxtaposing conflicting colors and styles. It makes us want more . . .  and that is a good thing.

Mark Lovejoy

There is something so mesmerizing and oddly palatable about Texan artist Mark Lovejoy‘s photographs....

Think Tank

Raul Lemesoff is best known for his Weapon of Mass Instruction, a...