The Swimmers

It’s amazing how heavy brushstrokes can bring so much realism and life into...

The New World

After visiting California, Nevada, and Florida and photographing what they deem as some of the best Mid-century modern architecture, artistic duo Geebird & Bamby returned to their studio in Wiesbaden, Germany to create the perfect new world. “The New…

Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore‘s ability to turn something as mundane as a highway billboard or a motel room puzzle into captivating scene, leaving the viewer staring and yearning for more, makes him one of the most legendary…

No Man’s Land

This personal project, by Montreal-based artist Aaron Kaufman, explores composition, color, form and distortion with digitally...

Everything Is Coming To You

Inspired by finding the novelty and adventure in everyday life, rituals, symbols, nature, dreams, and travel, artist Laura Berger has created the most whimsical series of paintings using gouache and acrylic. I love her uses of color…

Colorful Roads

When Grant Haffner drives, he feels alive. The Long Island based artist paints prismatic landscapes inspired by long drives on the open highways in his home on East Hampton – we can’t help but be inspired to…

The Original Surf Art

Even before he founded Surfer Magazine in 1960, John Severson was a professional surfer, talented filmmaker and well respected artist. In fact, his paintings and sketches of Hawaii-California surf culture are regarded as the original surf art. After launching…

Yuliya

Canadian artist Yuliya‘s watercolors evoke such a feeling of familiarity and warmness, that I can’t help but get lost in each one. I love the somewhat distorted perspective and the complexity in an otherwise simple subject…

Abandoned Love

Artist Peyton Fulford started her photographic project by asking people from all over the...

Pencil Tips

Jasenko Đorđević is another artist who is using the tips of graphite pencils as his canvas. With just an X-acto knife and a tiny chisel, the Bosnian sculptor works his fine talents on the smallest surface area.…

Miniature Calendar 2015

It’s nearly been a year since we first introduced you to miniature diorama master Tanaka Tatsuya. The Japanese artist has continued to create impressive miniature scenes using life’s most mundane objects and the tiniest of people and…

Troy Moth

Troy Moth left his career in fashion and commercial photography to return...