How many of you have an expensive camera collecting dust instead of making photos? If you have the same problem like me, then you need some inspiration! That’s why I want to show you a breathtaking collection of landscape photography. Hopefully, these pictures will be enough to get you moving. But before you go out to take pictures, don’t forget that an important element of landscape photography is the light to the scenery. It’s best to take photos at dusk or dawn with low angle light.
Do you remember the amazing 3D Pencil Drawings by 17 Year Old Fredo we’ve shown you last year? Well, don’t be deceived, this is not another collection of his work. The sketches below are all drawn by the 21-year-old Nagai Hideyuki from Japan. Inspired by British 3D street artist Julian Beever, Hide uses the same projection technique called anamorphosis which allows to create 3D illusion when viewed from the correct angle.
We have already shown you some amazing Camouflage Art by Liu Bolin, and now we want to introduce you to another real-life Invisible Man – the Dutch artist Desiree Palmen. The difference between these two camouflage masters is that Bolin uses his own body as a canvas, whereas Palmen makes other people dissolve or disappear into their surroundings.
Pumpkin carving is so yesterday! With stores full of various fruits and vegetables, there is no excuse not to use them for carving. Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov uses apples, eggplants, watermelons and even cabbages to create his creepy skull carvings. Interestingly, the artist lets some of the pieces rot then incorporates them into photos together with the fresher pieces.
The Freshboodhunt art competition has now finished. Thank you for the the entries and votes! The winning design was created by Emily Jane Neal from a small rural village in North Devon. Besides winning a 17” Mac Book Pro, she had her design painted on one of the biggest walls in London by talented muralist Jim Rockwell.
Unless you are living in a cave (and no offense if you are), you’ve probably already seen some incredibly funny electronic greeting cards with “someecards” watermark floating around internet. Their website is full of humorous e-cards for just about any occasion, be it birthdays, weddings or even breakup. The best part is that you can create your own funny greeting cards using their e-card generator. But before you start, be sure to check out these 35 funniest someecards chosen from their most popular list with a couple of our picks from pinterest!
Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita creates amazing shadow art by using various seemingly ordinary items and some light. A giant steel exclamation point, lit from right angle becomes a question mark, paper sheets cast shadows that look like faces, aluminum numbers add up to create a silhouette of a woman – these are just a few examples of what can be done with shadows.
Milwaukee-based photographer Jack Long creates gorgeous water splash flowers that last only a fraction of a second and you won’t find them in any flower store! The artist shapes and colors the liquid flowers by using a mixture of water, thickener, pigment and dye. Unbelievably, every shot from the “Vessels and Blooms” series is captured in one high speed exposure, without any Photoshop.
Canadian artist Guy Laramee has recently published a new series of his amazing book landscapes which are made by carving old books, dictionaries and encyclopedias. He calls his new project “Guan Yin” and dedicates it “to the mysterious forces thanks to which we can traverse ordeals”.
We all have many old and unused items lying around in our homes or garages waiting to be thrown away. However, before you start cleaning your home, we want to show you 20 incredibly creative Do It Yourself projects that may change your mind. You’ll learn that a lot of useless items can be transformed into wonderful creations. You can turn an old glove into a cute chipmunk toy, toilet paper rolls into a beautiful floral wall art, plastic bottle into a broom and many more.
London-based designer Percy Lau creates tiny lifelike human body parts that can be worn as jewelry. Her weirdly awesome accessories include little third ear, mouth, nose and even a tiny male genitalia. You can wear them as earrings, necklaces, and rings. All of them are fun, but I’d pick the Little Third Ear earrings as they look incredibly cool when put in our big ears. What about you? Would you wear them?