Brynn Metheny is the undisputed master of mashing up cats and sharks into delightful creatures. Her original series was so popular, she created a sequel this year.
In 2013, I scribbled a terrible little creature into my sketchbook: The Shark Cat. I illustrated a series of Shark Cats for a 2014Read More
San Francisco-based artist Lina West creates these beautiful hand-painted mandala stones covered in gorgeous fractal patterns.
I’ve taught myself how to paint these 3D mandala stones in one week. Each one has around 2000 dots on the top of each other. Sometimes it takes as much asRead More
Czech designer Michal Sobel couldn’t deal with the ad world any more, so he left to make art celebrating his favorite thing: space exploration.
When I turned 23, the bullshittery of advertising industry (at least here, where I live, Czech Republic) caught up with me. Day by day the fun faded aRead More
Sara Barnes at My Modern Met profiles photographer Wiebke Haas, whose stunning art photographs of horses have won her global acclaim.
One of Haas’ favorite subjects is a horse named Mozart, pictured above). Barnes asked, “When did you realize that horses can be so funny? What was the inspiration for youRead More
My daughter erupted in smiles when I told her I’d gotten her a few latch hook kits for our upcoming roadtrip.
While I’m sure a Smartphone isn’t enough to help my kid stay sane for hours, I’d have given my brother for one. While Angry Birds and Plants vs Zombies won’t be enoughRead More
Faye Halliday recently started making variants of her intricate animal drawings with cut-out sections. She then held them up in beautiful locales to create a delightful effect.
Check out more of her stuff on her Haathi site.
Johnny FPV is a drone racer on the pro circuit. He tookRead More
For those who can’t get enough balloon art (previously), here are some classic comic book covers reimagined with balloon art by Phileas Flash. Some impressive detail!
Wonder Woman looks a little too imposing, though:
• Flash Balloons (via Bored Panda) A majority of the Rhode Island school districts with “1-1” programsRead More