I am Anshuman and I am a visual artist based in South Africa. I post quirky illustrations which revolve around my iPhone and create the illusion that my phone is something that it is not.
Ever since I was a little...
This is not your everyday paper art. Russian artist Asya Kozina has been turning paper into high-art for years, and won renown for her impressive Mongolian wedding costumes. Kozina explains her motivation on Behance:
London based designers Ryan and Andy are pioneering a range of unique, lightweight and rather unconventional frames. They are made out of high quality card, an antidote to the bland, standardised frames which can be found in any homeware department store....
My name is Milica and I am from Serbia. I am an architect by profession and beside projects I like to draw animals. I use 8B graphite pencil and mechanical pencil on bristol paper.
The project is a series of paper sculptures of brides in various ethnic wedding gear. The artist lays emphasis in specific characteristics of wedding dresses in different countries. Each sculpture expresses the variety and richness of wedding gear and how embodies...
The Assistants is a sketchbook that I gift to art director and designer friends and clients every year. The theme is “The Assistants” because the book contains images of light tests with assistants from various commercial and editorial shoots, paired with...
Since surprisingly few people seem to know what they're supposed to flush down a toilet and what they aren't, this tongue-in-cheek little interactive quiz will let you know how toilet-savvy you are.
It's called Fact or Flush, made by a UK drainage...
Lanes for Drains
Love is where the work comes from. Expansion of the universe is embedded in my work! I paint everyday - draw constantly and design at night. I love this stuff.
My name is Ekaterina (Kate) Lukasheva. I am a modular origami artist.
Origami is the art of paper folding.
The medium I use is something most people encounter as an everyday object - paper. I try to turn that ordinary object into something extraordinary. Something that asks the viewer to stop, to take a second look, and to...