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French artist Bernard Pras is definitely an optical illusion genius! Working with found objects, Pras installs “anamorphic portraits” into a room. Only when viewed from a certain vantage point can the intended picture be seen.

Winner of the TED 2011 Prize street artist, Josh Rubin believes that art can be used to change the world. With the city streets as his canvas, JR uses black and white photographic portraits to relay the untold stories of various people around the world. By pasting these pictures in the city streets, JR has turned hillsides into dramatic Continue Reading

At first glance, these line drawings might resemble something your kid sister scribbled, but upon closer inspection, you realize that the drawings are in fact real furniture!

 Sit ”Haiiro” creates intensely bold and visually striking works of art by intermixing elements of nature, death, degeneration and decay with humanistic characteristics. Each image tells a thought provoking story allowing viewers to get a small glimpse inside the mind of Dutch artist Sit. The result is a “haunting series that is simultaneously sexy and morbid.” Continue Reading

As a strong believer in being able to tell a lot about a person by the shoes they wear (a little superficial, I know), this photo series entitled Famous Shoes immediately caught my eye. Italian Multimedia Designer Federico Mauro has cleanly put together a collection of shoes worn by iconic stars from Michael Jackson to Continue Reading

As a strong believer in being able to tell a lot about a person by the shoes they wear (a little superficial, I know), this photo series entitled Famous Shoes immediately caught my eye. Italian Multimedia Designer Federico Mauro has cleanly put together a collection of shoes worn by iconic stars from Michael Jackson to Continue Reading

Italian fashion design house Moschino, known for its out-of-the-box designs recently presented the Spring/Summer 2014 Men’s collection in Shanghai, China. Vibrant and eccentric patterns graced the runway in the form of sublimated suits, graphic tees, and boy-scout-ish windbreakers.

Bold, geometric sculptures that resemble computerized polygon 3D renderings are popping up all over the world! French artist Xavier Veilhan sculpts vibrant replicas of animals, people and other objects to resemble graphically designed pictures.

  19 year old Hungarian photographer Flóra Borsi’s latest series called Real Life Models explores what models of classic paintings would look like if they were as abstract as the paintings portrayed.

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