Dan Newbie is trending after putting on an impressive performance covering the classic Super Mario Bros. theme music using 48 wine glasses filled with varying amounts of water, two pencils, and a frying pan.
French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu recently made stops in locations around Germany, Canada, Belgium and France where he shot several aerial views from inside claustrophobic courtyards which he then turned into quirky illustrations. We first shared Lamadieu’s work a year ago to the day, and I really like the progression he’s made since.
Photographer Paul Nathan attended Intergroom in N.J., March 2014. Intergroom is one of the largest cats and dogs grooming conferences in America. Nathan saw a variety of manicured and primped Poodles and photographed a range of dogs in the “creative” category. Pictured is Franchesca, a standard poodle.
Fashion pop group i-D take viewers on a trip through the dancing alphabet. From A to Z, they demonstrate 26 epic forms of dance, from Arabesque to OMG to TurF FeinZ.
Malaysian artist Red Hongyi has gone viral in the past with her eccentric art, such as her portrait of Mark Zuckerberg made from books and her portrait of Yao Ming made using a basketball as a brush.
chinese artist Ai Weiwei is presenting ‘evidence’ his largest one-man exhibition to date, taking over 3,000 square meters in 18 rooms of berlin’s martin-gropius-bau. displaying new installations designed specifically for the german show, the catalog of politically driven works features monumental pieces emblematic of his artistic oeuvre.
What he can do with a deck of cards will blow your mind, just like it blew Ellen’s!
The creative spirits in food stylist Charlotte Omnès and photographer Beth Galton collaborated to create a wonderful exploration of food as art. Using the same method as an artist using paints, they took select foods, mashed them up, and used the result as their medium. Whether it was an onion, pomegranate or caviar, it made no difference.
It would be quite shocking to come across these giant creatures emerging from the surface of a lake. In reality, though, it wouldn’t be possible considering Milwaukee-based photographer Jack Long captures the beautiful liquid formations at extremely high speeds.