embroidered ny times stories.
you so genius, laura di cioccio
kate jenkins wizardry (that also gives me the munchies)
forget sweet dreams…qwerty dreams to you, care of this sofa bed
almost kinda getting to maybe thinking…has spring sprung?
exploded flowers series by fong qi wei
which came first - chicken or egg? the streets of montreal are confused.
(the work of street artist roadsworth)
pill box style
part russian doll, part all-round awesome.
“waiter, i’ve got a fly in my soup”
not quite, but lifelike 3D animals painted in layers of resin are the genius of keng lye
switch off: sometimes an important reminder
painted by valencia-based escif for poland’s katowice street art festival
wild man: wolves and the man that lives among them, werner freund
“you can’t domesticate a wolf…i had to become a wolf”
abe come to life; historic photos, colourized.
the work of mads madsen.
swan song: one of my favourites of all time.
polish photographer marcin ryczek working his magic on the snowy river banks of krakow.
everyone can be spiderman thanks to buenos aires-based leandro erlich. ”batiment”, exhibited in paris.
blossoming sea: frost flowers - “ice sculptures that grow on the border between the sea and air”.
nature is amazing.