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Paintings for Ants by Lorraine Loots

Paintings for Ants by Lorraine Loots

Paintings for Ants by Lorraine Loots Paintings for Ants is a project by Cape Town-based miniaturist painter Lorraine Loots. The project follows on 2013’s 365 Paintings for Ants and 2014’s 365 Postcards for Ants. A collection of 100 miniatures are to be painted throughout 2015. These will be painted over 25 weeks, on themed days,...
Post It art on the wall by Ben Brucker in San Francisco

Post It art on the wall by Ben Brucker in San Francisco

Post It art on the wall by Ben Brucker in San Fransisco A San Francisco designer came up with a novel way to give his office a makeover – Post-it notes. Ben Brucker used more than 8,000 of the sticky message notes to create a superhero-themed office and liven up the drab walls of his...
Unique Seascape Photography by Ray Collins

Unique Seascape Photography by Ray Collins

Unique Seascape Photography by Ray Collins Ray Collins is photographer known for his unique signature seascape photography. In this post we selected a series of amazing photos from the sea that I would like to call mountains of the sea.
Lifestyle Photography by Michael O’Neill

Lifestyle Photography by Michael O’Neill

Lifestyle Photography by Michael O’Neill Photographer Michael O’Neill was born and raised in New York. After studying at the Fashion Institute of Technology, he worked as a graphic designer at Apple. This travel enthusiast now lives in San Francisco and between two pieces of piano, he documents his life and the one of his friends...
The Colorful Groninger Museum by Bas Meelker

The Colorful Groninger Museum by Bas Meelker

Street Art and Pop Culture by Martin Watson Dutch photographer Bas Meelker was commissioned to take pictures of the amazing interior of the Groninger Museum, located in Groningen. The decoration was thought by famous Italian interior designer Alessandro Mendini. Find out more images in the gallery.
Street Art and Pop Culture by Martin Watson

Street Art and Pop Culture by Martin Watson

Street Art and Pop Culture by Martin Watson Martin Watson is a young Norwegian artist. Born in 1984, he graduated from the Oslo School of Communication. The man invests, with his paintings, as well the street as canvas. Inspired by artists like José Parla and Cy Twombly, the artist’s expression is a subtle mix of...