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Photorealistic Murals by James Bullough

Photorealistic Murals by James Bullough

Berlin artist James Bullough fuses photorealism, abstract art and graffiti into massive murals depicting people and animals with a strongly fragmented yet cohesive aesthetic. The Washington DC native draws from his...

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Abandoned Spaces by Roman Robroek

Abandoned Spaces by Roman Robroek
Dutch photographer Roman Robroek captures some of the most hauntingly beautiful spaces in pristine detail using only natural light. Roman's fascination with these modern day ruins began along with his career in urban...Continue to Full Article

Wire Sculptures of Fairies by Robin Wight

Wire Sculptures of Fairies by Robin Wight

It wasn't always viral fame and fairies for sculpture sensation Robin Wight. The UK native and former engineer worked his way through several professions, but it was his role as a father that would ultimately steer...

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Double Exposure Tattoos by Andrey Lukovnikov

Tattoos by Andrey Lukovnikov

Ukranian tattoo artist Andrey Lukovnikov brings the indelible essence of double-exposure photography to his craft in this stunning series of photos. Aside from a flawless technique which superimposes two images masked...

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The Space-Defying Illusions of Astro

The Space-Defying Illusions of Astro

The Parisian muralist known as Astro creates epic, dimension-bending wall art at impressive scales and an uncanny level of detail. The winding patterns which are prevalent throughout his work are the vestiges of...

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The Hand Drawn Murals of Timothy Goodman

The Hand Drawn Murals of Timothy Goodman

New York artist Timothy Goodman's wall murals combine modern living with the rustic comfort of hand drawn fonts and a loose illustrative style. For Timothy, whether its the walls of a hotel or the surface of a car,...

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Architectural Homage to Storytellers by Federico Babina

Architectural Art by Federico Babina
Architecture, cinema and literature converge in this series of posters designed by Barcelona illustrator Federico Babina. Dubbed as ArchiWriters and ArchiDirectors, these designs pay tribute to some of the most...Continue to Full Article

The Drywall Sculptures of Bernie Mitchell

The Drywall Sculptures of Bernie Mitchell

When you think of a drywall contractor, creativity is probably not high on the list of desired attributes. That is, unless you've hired sculptor and drywall veteran Bernie Mitchell for the job. Inspired by the raw...

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History of the Starbucks Logo

History of the Starbucks Logo

From a quaint Seattle coffeeshop, to one of the world's most successful franchises, Starbucks has built a global empire with over 23,000 locations. But how did they get here, and what is the story behind the...

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The Twisted Furniture of Michael Beitz

The Twisted Furniture of Michael Beitz

New York sculptor / craftsman Michael Beitz throws furniture design for a loop with these wildly dysfunctional yet dynamic adaptations of the most common items. Park benches, tables and desks seem to spring to a...

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Tiny London Apartment Gets Spacious Makeover by Alexander Fehre

Tiny London Apartment by Alexander Fehre

By far one of the greatest challenges of living in a major city is finding a decent space to live in. Skyrocketing prices have all but guaranteed a boom of creativity in regards to people making the most of a small...

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Creative Footwear Photography by Manuel Mittelpunkt

Creative Photography by Manuel Mittelpunkt
When it comes to industries ripe for creative innovation, shoe photography probably isn't the first to spring to most people's minds. If you've seen one shoe pic, you've seen them all. Or at least, this is the...Continue to Full Article