Frank Kunert uses miniature building and photography to create his “Small Worlds”. He works on each miniature for many months before it is captured on film.
The Parthenon of Books by Marta Minujin – A replica of stunning Greek temple, the Parthenon, has been created in Germany, and it is made of 100,000 banned books.
David Spriggs has created a monumental installation presents eleven inverted yellow-golden human figures painted on layers of transparent sheets that are hung within an inverted pyramid structure.
Australian artist Mike Barr creates amazing rainy-day cityscape paintings. He draws-in viewers and invites them to be a part of the scene.
Belgian filmmaker and illustrator Vincent Bal creates inspiring doodles involving shadows and objects.
Frank Plant created a large scale sculpture titled “Grow” for Wageningen University, including two versions, one using living plants and the other using cut steel plates that have been flocked.
Kirsten Sims is a talented illustrator and painter from Cape Town, South Africa, combining the seemingly ordinary with a curious twist to reveal the whimsy of everyday life.
Lorenzo Sangió is a talented freelance illustrator from Italy who creates beautiful illustrations, featuring surreal and dreamlike portraits.
Boston based artist and painter Andrew Fish created abstractions of his own photographs on canvas with oil paints and a variety of textural tools.
Madrid based Illustrator & Retro game artist Maya Pixelskaya has created series of coloured pencil drawings on paper featuring skulls and skeleton characters.
Sonia Alins has created surreal paper cut illustration series titled Into the Water (Dones d’Aigua) featuring women floating in the water.
Sydney-based paper artist Gunjan Aylawadi created new artworks inspired by Zen Gardens in Japan, made with thousands of paper strips, cuts and curls.