I never really became interested in photography all at once. Over the years, I've had several little pocket-sized cameras, and I'd take pictures of lots of things - snow outside, things in my room, pets, or random things out of the...
Photography is my main hobby, which blends in well with my studies. Living in such a spectacularly beautiful county as North Yorkshire gives me brilliant opportunities to continually adapt and improve my photographic techniques.
Yumi Okita, a talented North Carolina-based artist, creates beautiful embroidered art depicting large moths, the less popular but no less beautiful cousin of the ubiquitous butterfly. Okita's creations, replete with fur, eyes, legs, antennae, and finely-embroidered wing patterns, strike a fine...
The grandson of a railroad man and the son of a gearhead, artist Justin Gershenson-Gates has been surrounded by mechanical things from his early childhood. Now, all grown up, he is still passionate about tearing mechanical gadgets apart and making something...
I remember playing with caterpillars as a kid and if memory serves me correct, they were cute and cuddly.. like something right out of a Pixar movie. These larval creatures are a pure horror show and most pack a destructive punch...
There's a lot of amazing recycled/upcycled art out there, but French artist Edouard Martinet stands out with his unique, recognizable style and pain-staking perfectionism and attention to detail. The insects and other critters that he crafts from spare parts look like...
The caddisfly larvae usually build their protective cases from sand, gravel, snail shells and other debris. However, French artist Dupart decided to give them something a bit shinier like 18-karat gold pieces, pearls, turquoise, beads and opals.
If it weren't for macro photography, an unthinkable amount of beauty around us would go unnoticed. An amateur Polish photographer Magdalena Wasiczek unveils how much of the nature's beauty we actually overlook.
Indonesian photographer Tustel Ico captured an amazing shot of praying mantis riding two sprouting ferns which look like a bike.
They say you are what you eat, and it's especially true with the translucent ants. Scientist Mohamed Babu from Mysore, India, placed specially colored sugar drops in his garden to attract the weird insects his wife found near the house sipping...