The project 'A Place To Go, Please' visually communicates the relationship between various drink cultures and their associated personalities with the use of creative editorial photography and intricate photo editing techniques.
I digitally draw on dollar bills any ideas that come to my mind from comic heroes to film characters. From the shading of the nose to the shining streaks on medal, each detail of each drawing tells it's own story.
Ikea Man is a character design template that was inspired from Ikea’s Instructions, a symbol that has appeared around me since I moved to Sweden.
Dreams and Nightmares are two surrealist works where I attempt to blend reality with imagination. The collection reflects man’s escape from violence, oneself, or society.
Would it change your opinion of tattoos if you found out that your favorite movie star or actor was covered in them? Seattle-based artist Cheyenne Randall (whom we wrote about before here) explores this questions with his digitally-altered photos, which portray...
There's no doubt that Disney's classic stories can sometimes promote outdated or even unhealthy gender images, especially for women. Emmy Award-winning illustrator Loryn Brantz decided that she'd challenge the unhealthy body types promoted by Disney's princesses by giving them waist-lines that...
Digital music distribution is making music less expensive and more widely available, but it is also slowly killing the album cover as an art form. To pay homage to this vanishing art form, Aptitude, a web design company, created a fun...
Vegetarians be warned. We're about to ruin your favorite foods, including avocados.
I made 24 different portraits from 4 close-ups of real models. Each face is divided into four parts: the shape of the face, eyes, nose and mouth. Then, by permutation, the parts are re-combined to create new faces.
My 4-year-old daughter Amelia loves to draw since she was just a toddler. Her creative expression is free and pure, so I decided to turn her drawings into unique surface patterns.