Brooke DiDonato

I’m happy to have stumbled across New York Based photographer Brooke DiDonato‘s...

Accidentally Wes Anderson

Perfect symmetry, precise coloration, surreal backdrops . . . these are all qualities that make Wes Anderson’s films so recognizably Wes Anderson. His aesthetic is so magical, I know I’m not the only one who wishes…

Unskilled Worker x Gucci

Since taking the creative reins at Gucci, Alessandro Michele has collaborated with numerous creatives like Coco Captain, Angela Hicks and Petra Collins. While most luxury brands team up with celebrated and well known artists, Alessandro…

Ayumi Takahashi

Illustrator Ayumi Takahashi has lived a life well traveled. After growing up in China,...

Synchronized

Inspired by the sterile swimming pools, built during the Socialist Era of...

Ian Davenport’s Puddle Paintings

I’ve had a few of Ian Davenport‘s Puddle Paintings hiding in an inspiration folder on my desktop since 2011. Fortunately, I was able to rediscover his amazing polychromatic work after reading about his most recent…

Ohkii Studio

Clearly, I’m not yet ready to let go of summer as I’m just relishing these works from illustrator Angela Mckay, of Ohkii Studio! As a surface pattern designer and illustrator based in Brooklyn, Angela uses…

The Invisble Man

Do you remember the Invisible Man? We featured Liu Bolin back in 2011, after he had become known for perfecting the art of blending into various backgrounds by using his body as a canvas. I…

Kenesha Sneed

After spending years as a motion graphics designer and art director, Kenesha Sneed discovered her true passion after taking a local ceramics class in Los Angeles. Her desire to create functional ceramic pieces that reflected her…

Figuratively Speaking

Even after all these years, I’m still completely blown away by the creativity of miniature diorama artists. So you imagine how delighted I was to recently discover photographer Derrick Lin‘s miniature series. Using only his iPhone, a desk lamp,…

Tom Bob’s Urban Transformations

There isn’t a storm drain, street sign, drainpipe, barred window, manhole cover, bike rack, or electric meter in New York City that is safe from Tom Bob‘s imagination. Seeing the “before” photos on the street…