Artist Red Hong Yi pays tribute to actor Jackie Chan by creating a silhouette of him using chopsticks.
New York based sculptor Andy Yoder gives us his rendition of the our planet Earth. In this piece, Andy uses whole lot of hand-painted matchsticks resulting in a remarkable piece of work.
Mexican artist Jose Rodlfo Loaiza Ontiveros is best known for his controversial art mixing fairy tale characters with other entertainment icons from cinema. Check it!
Here we share tiny figures against culinary backdrops by Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle.
Here’s some tattoo art from New Zealand tattoo artist Victor J. Webster.
Enjoy these seductive photos by Italian photographer Emanuele Ferrari.
Photographer Dimitri Daniloff gives a glimpse of Parkour athletes propelling in mid-air.
Nastya Ptichek shares with us some clever mash-ups using emojicons and computer pop-up messages.
Well, it’s Monday. Check out this depressing version of Pharrell’s – “Happy” all “Saddy”. Done up by Woodkid. Happy Monday.
Having released his EP not too long ago, singer/song-writer Sam Smith is back again with a new song ‘Stay With Me’. Although Smith has been known to sing over more electronically driven music, it’s great to see the young artist branch out and do something different and fitting with his voice. Listen to the new single below and be sure to on the look out for his new album In The Lonely Hour which you can preorder on iTunes now!
Peep out Street Eraser as he erases the streets of London with Photoshop.
Jeremy Lloyd and Samantha Gongol make up the Philly electronic duo, Marian Hill. Their music is a fusion of R&B with a little bit of blues and jazz. Take a listen to one of their latest tracks dubbed “One Time.”
Belgian artist Annette Thas creates a 9 foot wave using 3,000 Barbies.
Thought we’d spice things up with these borderline porn illustrations by Spanish artist Luis Quiles.
Peep out the latest street art from French street artist, Oak Oak.
Here we share some bloody sculptures from Scottish sculptor Jessica Harrison.
Photos from Vape Castle: One Year Anniversary – Vape Meet
“Invisible Bath” is an art installation designed by Santiago Morilla. The pair of floating legs and the male genital is made up of polystyrene foam tubes similar to those used in backyard pools. The installation looks like a gigantic man in a bathtub from up above.
Enjoy these pop-art paintings by artist Tom Wesselmann.
French creatives Zim and Zou create a sculpture of a Phoenix using recycled paper. The project is part of a campaign to help promote recycling. According to Zim and Zou, the Phoenix symbolizes that paper can have up to 5 lives thanks to recycling.