Grab your magnifying glasses and put your thinking hats on, because boy, do we have a mystery for you! Just hours ago, a drawing went viral online, which at first glance seems like a depiction of an ordinary diner in the 40s or 50s.
How many times have you heard the old expression, this is a man's job? We're pretty tired of it, and fortunately, so is California photographer Chris Crisman. With his latest portfolio, Women's Work, he's documenting the women who do those 'men's jobs' with pride, and he's breaking down gender stereotypes in the process.
Sometimes you come across a sign that states something so obvious, you wonder why the heck somebody decided to put it up in the first place. But then you wonder if maybe, just maybe, somebody did something so stupid once that someone else put a sign up to dissuade other people from doing something equally ridiculous.
Hi, I'm 39 years old somethinglikeanartist from Czech republic. In my work I'm constantly occupying myself with the dead. Recently I got the idea to buy human skeleton model - and I succeeded! I wanted to use it just for one photo but then I decided to make whole serial with it.
If you spend your days surfing the never-ending Instagram feed, you might've already heard of a freelance illustrator called Isabelle Staub, who rocked the platform with her fresh reimaginings of classic Disney Princesses. What you might not know, though, is that this series also helped the artist to get out of a serious creative block.
Street art is there to surprise and inspire us, to shake up the often dull urban environments in which it can usually be found in order to give us a fresh perspective on our otherwise familiar neighborhoods and streets. But sometimes street art goes one step further than that by not only altering the world around it, but actually interacting with it.
Brian Kesinger is a visual artist who has worked for Walt Disney Studios for over 16 years, but his work outside of the movie business gets fans going just as much as his animation. This time he has created a magical mashup universe, putting a Calvin And Hobbes twist on everybody's favorite Star Wars: The Force Awakens characters, and it works perfectly.
ou might not be the best photographer in the world, but sometimes everything in the universe aligns so precisely, all you have to do is press the shutter-release button in the right place at the right time. Every now and then, perfect timing can make or break a photo, turning it into a hilarious coincidence or a beautiful illusion.