The Hurwitz Singularity is an anamorphic sculpture created by London-based artist and scientist Jonty Hurwitz about the technological singularity.
Explore some of our favorite visual artists and artworks in this week’s Editor’s Picks featuring Ann Hamilton, Christoph Niemann, and many more.
Mexican photographer and award winning documentary producer Jorge Cervera Hauser takes stunning underwater photography.
Summer is soon is a series of character drawings by graphic designer Ruslan Suleimanov from Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Venezuelan artist Benjamin Garcia creates intense, dark and subtly surreal paintings. He focuses mostly on portraits with an aesthetic language.
Lisbon-based street artist Bordallo II recently completed a new piece titled “Big Racoon” created from painted trash and other found objects affixed to a wall.
Norwegian graphic designer and illustrator Magnus Voll Mathiassen creates portrait illustrations with strong pop art colours and abstract surfaces.
Stephanie K. Clark is a painter who paints with thread. The embroidery floss is her palette and the needle is her paintbrush.
David Foster Nass takes eye-catching photographs mostly showcasing ironically humorous and creative cityscapes and street photography.
Fifty Fifty Selfie Barber Shop project by Adriano Alarcon, featuring his self-portraits, where he has shaved off half his beard and replaced it with objects or food.
Poolside, Mediterranean is a new series of photos by Gray Malin, inspired by the Mediterranean glamour of the 1960’s, featuring colorful inner-tubes.
Los Angeles based artist Joseph Lee creates captivating abstract portrait paintings inspired by street art and graffiti.