Thomas Romain, a Tokyo-based French anime artist who worked on series like Space Dandy, Basquash!, and Aria actually doesn’t use his own ideas often. Via Father And Sons Design Workshop, as he calls it, he takes the drawings of his sons and turns them into incredible anime masterpieces.
Looks so beautiful, you can’t possibly eat it! I will… but that’s just me. I have problems.
I’ve heard of pet rocks, but this is ridiculous!
Ilana M Schwartz is a Nickelodeon animator and draws on her coffee cups in her spare time, netting her a mighty large Instagram following.
Long ago in a small Polish village called Zalipie, somene painted a flower on their ceiling in order to cover up a soot mark caused by the stove. Eventually other people started doing the same thing and the trend caught on. Now the entire village is covered in beautiful flower paintings.
If you’ve ever wanted to capture your childhood fears and turn them into works of art, artist and photographer, Joshua Haffine has done it better and creepier than anyone else. It’s okay… I wasn’t going to sleep this week anyway.
Italian artist, Giuseppe Penone, attached this bronze hand – a bronze hand cast from his own hand – to a tree in 1968 and, in the years since, the tree has continued to grow giving the hand a fascinating new look.
What’s that? Walkways are boring? Well, shut up… they are not.
Danish artist, HuskMitNavn, has turned his black and white drawings into something special. With a little tweaking, and a few clever folds, his art transforms into a full 3D world where the characters literally jump off the page.
Don’t knock it. Some of these are pretty good!