If you’ve been reading this blog for a while then you know how much I love aerial photography as seen here, here andddd here. So, naturally I was excited to come across this Botswana series by Zack Seckler. Consisting of a series of stunning aerial photographs taken in the […]
How great/clever/funny/all that jazz is this series of illustrations depicting the distinct bald heads of some of pop culture’s most notorious icons by Brazilian illustrator, Mr. Peruca?
I know this photography project has made it’s way around the internet BUT it was one of my favorites of 2013 and as the year comes to a close it only felt appropriate to give it a little more love. Plus, I’m heading to South America today and feel particularly […]
I just love these neon signs by English artist, Tracey Emin. I first learned of her work when it was showcased in Times Square at precisely 11:57pm every night during the month of February (here) and was smitten with the idea of synchronized love signs in the city. She’s currently […]
How stunning are these macro shots of snowflakes by Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov? His extensive series features a wide range of designs in the form of hexagons, triangles, branches and cylinders capturing nature at it’s best. Kljatov constructed an add-on to his camera in order to obtain the insanely close […]
Are Theo and Beau not the cutest thing you ever did see? Not sure if anyone has ever combined puppies and toddlers in a better way than Jessica Shyba, a dentist, mom of three, and blogger at the site MommasGoneCity.com. Shyba recently went through an extensive adoption process to bring […]
Brooklyn Queens Westside South Bronx Central Park British street artist Banksy is taking over the streets of New York this month with a surprise new painting every day as part of his ‘Better Out Than In’ residency. He even went as far as setting up a stall in central park […]
How creative is the use of color for this installation in Madrid by FOS?
Pop! is a visually exciting series by Texas-based photographer Irby Pace that reinterprets the look of oft-seen open fields, long roads, vast bodies of water, shrouded alleyways, and various desolate landscapes. Pace’s refreshing take on landscape photography incorporates the use of artificial clouds, often seen in surreal, conceptual photography to […]