Gravity: Nature's Glue

Michael Grab meditative art of “gluing” rocks, with nothing else but gravity to hold it together, has received positive responses from spectators. Most probably because that’s what he wanted to transmit to his audience, a sense of positivity and peace in his artworks. “Gravity Glue is a name derived from the nature of balance crossed with the common suspicion many have for the mechanics of the expressive form. More importantly, Gravity […]


Graphic designer's challege: say more in less space (8 cool typography ads)

Using creative typography, these advertisements are able to send powerful messages in less use of words. The effectivity of using this strategy is doubled as it captures the imagination of its spectators. Just shows you don’t have say much to spread the word. [via graphicdesignblog]


17 things no one probably have told you yet (comics by alex noriega)

Mozambique based illustrator Alex Noriega loves drawing, reading and drawing even more. Alex was born and raised in Barcelona, went to Llotja, an art and illustration school also in Barcelona. After finishing school, he worked odd jobs and eventually landed a job as an illustrator in a fashion company. Finally, the call to blog got to him. He says, At some point in 2010 I was going through a crisis due to some issues at work, so […]


Nostalgic Paintings That Will Make You Want To Cry

The “Memories Collection” by Charles Peterson.   [via]


Edible Art Project: Eszter Burghardt takes us to 'Iceland'

Meet Eszter Burghardt, a Canadian-Hungarian artist based in Vancouver BC, Canada. Her current mouthwatering edible art project is reminiscent of the Icelandic landscape. In re-creating the ‘sceneries’, she uses food, wool and random objects from her studio. After she constructs a miniature diorama, it’s captured by a macro lens to get the illusion that the photos were actually taken on site. For starters, pictured above called the ‘Milk Dip’, here’s the rest of the […]


Can't Believe These Are Now Called The 'New' Vintage

Not too long ago, these were the gadget. If you had it, then you’re in. Changing times, sometimes we can not keep up enough. Back to Basics is a project by Zim & Zou, a french designers duo based in Nancy, France. In this project, they made famous ‘new’ vintage objects of the recent past out of colored paper. [via]


The Lost Gardens of Heligan's amazing grass scuplture



When you're out of paint and paintbrushes, but happen to have a typewriter..

British artist Keira Rathbone uses a typewriter to create her artworks.   [via]


Delicious Pretty Things

Found these literally delicious items at, yes they are made of food. How about a crispy boot? Al dente accessories? Eggplant shoe? Or a Berry bag? 


Light Drawing by Picasso

   [via todayandtomorrow]