The Cornershop

How is this for crazy cool: everything, I mean everything, in Lucy...

Sophie Rae

Sophie Rae was inspired by her time in India where she was...

Bedelgeuese Studies

Artist Travis Bedel has been quite busy since we first discovered his work earlier this spring. We just love the scores of new collages, where bold botanical species, colorful insects and the makings of the human body harmoniously…

Dream Series

We all love Gray Malin‘s work, but his latest series, Dream Series, is a refreshing departure from his signature aerial photography. Inspired by a Scottish sheep farmer who dyed his sheep, Gray shot this series to inspire…

The Collecteur

Ok guys, get ready to bookmark this newly discovered gem. The Collecteur is a series of eye catching fashion still lifes created by photographer and master manipulator Giulia Scalese. What started out as simply a visual…

Parisian Rooftops

After moving to Paris from Hong Kong, photographer Michael Wolf was concerned about photographing the street life, confining himself to any typical clichés. So he took his camera lens to higher ground and was able to…

Shaping Clouds

Since he was a child, Martín Feijoó has been fascinated with clouds. On a recent trip to Mexico, he began taking photos of clouds in the sky and let his imagination inspire him to draw the creatures…

HippopoThames

If you happen to be in London this month, you must visit Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman‘s giant hippopotamus sculpture floating in the Thames River. The 70 foot wooden hippo is Hofman’s contribution to Totally Thames, a new annual event…

Sleepy Chick

If you’ve wandered through Le Jardin des Plantes recently, you may have stumbled upon...

Mineral Admiration

Vienna-based artist and illustrator Karina Eibatova‘s study of minerals through watercolor paintings demands admiration....

Fly Art

What if Q-Tip teamed up with Rousseau? Or Kanye with Vermeer? Or J. Lo with Manet? Gisella Velasco and Toni Potenciano, the duo behind Fly Art, are bringing fine art and hip hop together into a series…

Miniature Calendar

For every day of the year, for the past four years, Japanese artist Tanaka Tatsuya has created miniature dioramas using everyday objects and tiny figures. In his imaginative world, almonds are surfboards, a cantaloupe is…

Flying Houses

I recently spotted a piece from photographer Laurent Chehere’s Flying Houses series and was instantly inspired...

@copylab

Some of our favorite art series are when pop culture collides with historical...