Danish illustrator Martin Schwartz created a bunch of postcard illustrations of iconic Copenhagen buildings.
Italian artist Francesca Pasquali uses a common household item as a point of departure: straws.
Here are all of Mike Mitchell’s portraits from his solo show at Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas.
Ashley Mackenzie tackles complex questions about the relationship between mind and body, creating conceptual, illustrative works that stand at the cross-section of the philosophy of the mind and neuroscience. “As our knowledge of the brain becomes more comprehensive, it seems like the idea of the soul exists only in the gaps of our understanding,”
illustrator and graphic designer Lim Heng Swee
Christopher Taggart - those are tiny mirrors
Bilbao-based Spanish graphic designer Txaber has created a beautiful custom typeface for sportswear brand Nike that is built with wooden strips.
The project, called Eyes as Big as Plates, started off as a play on characters and protagonists from Norwegian folklore, but for Norwegian photographers Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen the series has become something more about, as they put it, “exploring the mental landscape of their neighborly and pragmatic Finns.”
Venice-based street artist Manuel Di Rita—also known as Peeta—has made a name for himself with his stunning and distinctive 3D graffiti style.
In his on-going street art project called ‘Rap Quotes’, artist Jay Shells turns selected rap lyrics into NYC site-specific street signs.
Unfolded Boxes Made Into Art, Simply With Paint ESTHER STEWART IMAGINES COMPLEX CARDBOARD CONTAINERS, THEN DISASSEMBLES THEM.
Cristina De Middel brings a striking beauty to space travel in her series The Afronauts.
Origami giraffe made from speckled paper
Finger drawings by Judith Braun submitted by @Terri Davis for #WallPinWednesday #art #mural
All These Garlands Prove Nothing - Ballpoint pen & marker Portraits by Toyin Odutola | Art Sponge
Hannah Waldron’s Lively Geometric Weavings
The Tiebele house decorations of Burkina Faso, Africa
Works by J. Powers Bowman Title: Charles Perrault
Cuban posters from the 60s and 70s Title: Backhouse in A Voyage to Arcturus