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Fat and Furious Burger

A brilliant series entitled “Fat & Furious Burger” by French graphic designer duo Thomas and Quentin who transformed your typical hamburgers into works of art.  ”We were so bored of random food at lunch, (…)

Underground Art Inside The Stockholm Metro

Lights on the Stockholm metro in Sweden which has become the world’s longest art gallery over the years. Started back in the 50′s, it houses an incredible amount of underground artworks in 90 of its (…)

FILMography by Christopher Moloney

New York-based journalist created this nice series entitled “FILMography” (film + photography) which blends black and white printed pictures of famous movies with their exact locations in the real world, matching angles and (…)

Paintings by Kevin Paterson

Lights on the stunning paintings of Houston-based artist Kevin Peterson whose works revolve a lot around graffiti as a symbol of run-down areas to create a contrast with the innocence of his subjects. “My work is (…)

Light Studies by Kim Pimmel

A stunning series of long exposure photographs entitled “Light Studies” by San Francisco-based artist Kim Pimmel (see also Compressed 02). “I’ve always been fascinated by lights in the darkness, the ephemeral glow that hovers (…)

Animal Camouflage by Art Wolfe

An amazing series by Art Wolfe that were taken as part of his “Vanishing Act” in which the Seattle-based photographer shows the talent of animals in disguising themselves from predators. “This collection has been a long (…)

Nude Dancers in Motion

A very nice series of photographs entitled “Nude” by New-York based artist Shinichi Maruyama who created these abstract images of nude dancers in motion. “I tried to capture the beauty of both the human body’s (…)

Paper Cut Rolls by Anastassia Elias

A sweet series entitled “Paper Cuts – Rolls” by Paris-based artist Anastassia Elias who inserted tiny paper cuts into paper rolls to create micro scenes. By using the same color of materials, she created the (…)

I’m Not There by Pol Ubeda

A nice series of illusions entitled “I’m not there” by Spanish art director Pol Ubeda. “How can we accept that we are changing? How can we accept we hardly recognize ourselves in certain situations? I am changing (…)

Most Popular Posts of 2012

Happy new year to all our readers! Let’s begin 2013 by looking back at the most popular posts of 2012. Here is the top 10. Enjoy! (…)