Visceral Real World Photoshopping…

Artist Titus Kaphar offers an entirely new perspective on how we view art through the additional of texture, cutouts and silhouette. Like a real world photoshopper, this beautiful vandalism of classical artworks serves… Continue reading

Movie Circles by @NickBDesigns

Minimalist Movie posters using only circles by @NickBDesigns. http://www.nickbarclaydesigns.com/

Biro Drawing

Artist Mark Powell sees no need for a blank canvas when it comes to his art, with old magazines and documents offering the perfect medium for his work. Pen in hand, Powell brings… Continue reading

Roses are red, Violets are Blue; a Valentine’s Day Stunt involving Waterloo

Every man, his dog and their PR agency are looking for a bit of page space when it comes to Valentine’s Day – so when someone does it such a refreshingly simple and… Continue reading

Flying Houses by @laurentchehere

French Photographer Laurent Chéhère has a penchant for a flying house. This bloke, can’t get enough of surreal photos of buildings in mid-air. Trippy, beautiful and rich with detail, if you look a… Continue reading

A5 Minimalist Movie Posters

These ultra minimalist A5 film posters are a thing of true beauty. Created by Spanish design firm Atipo, an entire iconic movie is expressed through a fold, a crumple or a cut. http://t.co/xeGaRb2PPo… Continue reading

Stop. Motion.

This wire and paper based stop motion by @ProfessorKliq is a rather incredible effort of intensely boring work – resulting in something quite beautiful… http://t.co/YM1k0JBH4R

Artist turns global greats into Hoxton Hipsters

Israeli artist Amit Shimoni has been mostly turning iconic world leaders into hipsters. Very cool images and rather brilliantly done (I think you’d agree). Check them out in their entirety here.

2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 15,000… Continue reading

If Tarantino made Disney films…

…they would probably be something like these