Young Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi is a bit of a legend when it comes to striking images with a surreal twist. His work captures engaging moments that leave me with so many questions. How did he capture that shot? So, was the dog jumping or falling? Was the black line part of the image, or inserted later? Etcetera. Apart from their undeniable beauty, it’s this sense of ambiguity that I find most intriguing about Bakonyi’s work…
A master of color and geometric composition, Andy Gilmore’s work is often characterized as kaleidoscopic and hypnotic.
Barcelona-born art director, publisher and graphic designer, Omar Sosa, has a very unique vision and a knack for elevating the mundane to extraordinary. I don’t know about you, but I personally never thought everyday objects like kitchen utensils, bread, sticky tape and bricks could be this photogenic. Nor did I imagine it would be possible to turn them into such witty and sculptural works of art…
If geometry and anamorphic compositions float your boat, then I’ve got just the thing to jump start your day. Atlanta-based Christopher Derek Bruno is an industrial designer a maker above all other things. His work explores concepts related to visual perception using primary colors and pure geometry…
This fantastic animated video shows 108 Years of Herman Miller in 108 Seconds, by Amsterdam-based studio Part of a Bigger Plan.
A short animated video that shares simple tips on 29 ways to stay creative. A fantastic reminder for us all!