Amazing Portraits Drawn Using Blue Biro Pens by Enam Bosokah

Ghana-based artist, Enam Bosokah has created an awesome series of portraits using blue biro pins. Each illustration carries the detailed expressions and poses of the subject. You may view more of his works here. [via designtaxi]


Intricate Pablo Picasso-Inspired Paper-Cut Notebook by Odding Wang

‘The Book of Red’ is a hand-crafted, paper-cut notebook created by Beijing-based artist Odding Wang. Its 32 pages were intricately crafted with simple designs inspired by Spanish painter Pablo Picasso. [via designtaxi]


Cute and Clever Illustrations by Jaco Haasbroek

If you are looking for something that could lighten up your somewhat heavy day, here is a treat for you – cute and clever illustrations by Cape Town-based artist and designer Jaco Haasbroek. Check them out and for sure you would end up having bright smiles on your faces.  ♥ [via jacohaasbroek]


Creative Pictogram Posters That Promote Cultures Around the World by Mutabor Design

German design firm Mutabor Design has come up with a clever series of pictogram posters that promote different cultures around the world without words.


Deceiving Ceramic Sculpture That Look Like Paper

Artist Katharine Morling creates intricate ceramic sculptures that deceives your eyes by making them look like paper outlined with black ink. Morling describes her work, ”Each piece, on the surface, an inanimate object, has been given layers of emotion and embedded with stories, which are open for interpretation in the viewer’s mind.”   [via katharinemorling, ceramicsnow]


Church Floor Covered with Magic Carpet of Light by Miguel Chevalier

French artist Miguel Chevalier created the ‘Magic Carpets’ installation that transformed a church floor into an enchanting virtual carpet of colorful light accompanied by soft music. The installation was done inside Sacré Coeur, a former church that now houses art exhibitions.


Colorful Thread Installations by Anne Lindberg

This colorful thread installations by artist Anne Lindberg is wonderfully calming.


Everyday Objects Turned Imaginative Art

Australian artist and photographer Domenic Bahmann has a wonderfully imaginative mind. In his latest series called Conceptual Work, he works with simple everyday objects and turn them into unexpected compositions. See more of his series below… [via fubiz]


Intricate Portraits of Famous Celebrities Carved on Lipstick

When Hong Kong based artist May Sum started working as a make-up artist, she found an unthinkable medium for her sculpting talents, lipstick! See some of her intricate works below…


Humorous Phrases in Paris’ Public Places That Seemingly Talk to Passersby

French designer Benjamin Isidore Juveneton has come up with an interesting project that is part of an urban exhibition titled ‘Enchanté’. The artist has put up witty phrases in the public places of Paris that appear to be talking to passersby and voicing out their thoughts and opinions. Photos by Antoine KIENLEN via designtaxi