‘Surreal Homes’ by Matthias Jung.

On the way to Kamtchatka “As a child, I made a collage that looked quite similar. I love sheep. Having sheep on the roof symbolises reconciliation with nature.” German graphic designer Matthias Jung first constructed “surreal homes” as a boy, using scissors and glue in his father’s photo lab. Land of evening “The ‘balloon’ in […]

Underwater Scenes of Giordano.

by Laura Collinson Neko Dream is a series of acrylic paintings on wood board by illustration artist Philip Giordano. The surreal scenes feature dreamlike characters in the setting of an underwater forest, enjoying a cup of tea and one another’s company. The images were exhibited at the Pinpoint Gallery in Omotensando, Tokyo. You can see […]

Wood Panel Art by Audrey Kawasaki.

Audrey Kawasaki, one of our favorite artists, is back with her latest series titled Hirari Hirari, which translates from Japanese as “the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling.” Using her signature medium of oil, graphite, and ink on wood panels, the Los Angeles-based painter creates gorgeous depictions of dreamy and […]

Wonderful Art by Pranckevicius.

Conceptual artist and illustrator Gediminas Pranckevicius posesses an imagination to covet. While most of his digital painting is centered around character design, his larger landscapes seen here are rich in detail, creating impossible but ingenious juxtapositions of water, land, and haphazard architecture. You can see more of his work over on Facebook, and all of […]

‘Pixelmania’ Digital Artworks.

Walking on sunshine. Photograph: Atmanvictor Jose Mendez/GuardianWitness Dalí-esque lampposts, digital scrapheaps, awesome days and Alan Turing’s face recreated from an old optical rotary encoder wheel. Here are Guardian readers’ best digital artworks. AWESOME DAY. Photograph: Lushmontana Lushmontanas/GuardianWitness A brighter scrapyard. Photograph: texavery/GuardianWitness See more via Pixelmania: your best digital artworks – in pictures | Art […]

Humans versus Nature.

Fine art photographer Tina Schultz makes worlds on camera which skillfully combine the raw power of nature with the beauty of the female form. Gaze in awe as her models and their dresses are distorted into a variety of fabulous shapes: wisps of black smoke caught in the wind and silver-blue rivers stretching off into […]

The Pop Culture Art of Serge Gay Jnr.

We shared Serge Gay Jr.’s work (previously featured in March 2014), but he’s been busy pumping out more of his grizzly graphic art which brings him back to our humble little site so soon. Based out of San Francisco, California, Serge draws his inspiration from his surroundings, his Haitian background, and the coastal cities he […]

Surreal Inspired Images by Johansson.

We’ve always enjoyed Erik Johansson’s surreal photo-manipulations. Here is a collection of his Escheresque “paradoxical geometry” optical illusions… via petapixel via Juxtapoz Magazine – Erik Johansson’s Escher-Inspired Photomanipulations.

‘The Towers of Babel’.

Pieter Bruegel the Elder – The Tower of Babel (Vienna) – 1563. From the Book of Genesis (KJV). “Metropolis is a 1927 German film in the science-fiction genre directed by Fritz Lang. Produced in Germany during the Weimar Republic, Metropolis is set in a futuristic urban dystopia . The Tower pictured in  Lang’s film bears […]

The Iconic ‘Candy Cigarette’ 1989.

Sally Mann’s Candy Cigarette is one of the most iconic photographs of the 20th century. Featuring a young pre-teen girl gazing directly into the camera, cigarette in hand, the image is striking and resonates with the viewer in its drastic colour contrasts. Through her clever use of background images and subtle body language, Mann is […]