The Most Special Trees In The World Captured By One Photographer On a Mission

Everyone has a bucket list and photographer Beth Moon can now cross one item off of hers. The San Francisco-based photographer set out to capture some of the world’s most famous, unique, gigantic, and oldest trees. Her goal took her all over the globe to private homes, protected lands, rural locations in the middle of nowhere, and some more frequently trafficked areas. Through photographs and words, Moon shares with the world the magnificence of nature through these stunning trees in her book Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time.

New Age Psychedelic Rock Poster-Style Paintings by Ryan Kerrigan

I first came across the amazing works of Ryan Kerrigan at Joshua Tree Music Festival. Before I even spent a moment in his little art shop at the fest, I had already admired his work earlier, as he designed the poster for the event. With a unique style that was inspired by the psychedelic rock posters of the 60s and 70s, the Berkeley-based aritst brings a colorful, trippy, unique element to all that he paints. From nature to mandalas to band flyers and music posters, everything Kerrigan creates appears to be dissected apart, yet seamlessly flowing together.

Art That Makes Your Heart Purr: Whimsical Paintings To Honor Your Kitty Companions

If you’re a cat lover, then there is definitely a feline or two in your life that has captured your heart. Why not honor that precious pussycat with the perfect portrait to capture its essence and bring you smiles for a lifetime? This world doesn’t need another photo-realistic oil painting of a cat- that’s what cameras are for. We need creative, playful, colorful, fun art that adds style to your wall and that’s just what Nicole Piar delivers when you commission her to paint your cat. To fashion these adorable kitty creations, Piar wants more than just a photo. She wants to know what makes your cat special and all of those qualities come alive once her paintbrush hits the canvas.

The Most Detailed Airbrush Paintings You’ve Ever Seen

When an artist wants to incorporate loads of detail into his work, airbrush is not normally the preferred medium, but Chris Elliman doesn’t like to be typical. The Venice Beach artist, who goes by the name Daftpixel, likes to go beyond just 3D, inviting viewers into the 4th dimension with his hyper-detailed works. Each piece takes weeks to finish and even probably even longer for a viewer to notice all of the fine details. Although the internet can do no justice for what a full size version of his art is like, you can catch a tiny glimpse below.

Red Ink Meets Pencil As Teacher Adds More Than Just Marks To Student’s Tests

While many teachers look down upon doodling on tests and quizzes, this eighth and ninth grade science teacher in Bangkok fully encourages it. Aside from grading his student’s test answers, he also added on to their illustrations, often taking them in a completely different direction. This brought the class doodling up to an all time high as it was a great way to connect with their teacher and test his creativity!

Hilarious Things Said To and By a 3- Year Old Illustrated By Her Father

From the mouths of babes come some of the most hilarious utterances. And this awesome dad not only writes them all down, but also immortalizes the best ones by turning them into clever illustrations. When Martin Bruckner and his wife became parents to little Harper Grace, they heard themselves saying some silly things that they would never have said pre-parenthood. Once at dinner his wife told Harper, “Please don’t put spaghetti between your toes” and they both couldn’t believe that their lives had actually led them to utter those words in that order. Alas, Bruckner’s tumblr Spaghetti Toes was born. Here he turns Harper Grace’s sayings, as well as his own and his wife’s to Harper, into beautiful illustrations that are sure to make you smile.

Atsushi Koyama’s Oil Paintings Combine Mechanical Drawings With Human Anatomy

With oil paint on a black canvas, Japanese artist Atsushi Koyama grants us access into a parallel world. The human form interacts with the machine aspects in a beautiful duality. In some pieces it looks as if the colorful machine parts are a blueprint for the human reality. Koyama often creates his work while listening to electronic music and it’s almost as if his paintings are also deconstructing that music.

Watch The Kaleidoscopic Patterns In Motion As Bruce Riley Creates His Colorful Resin Paintings

As Chicago based artist, Bruce Riley creates his unique resin paintings, it seems more like the paintings create themselves. The way that he layers the paints causes them to move in shocking ways as if they have a mind of their own. Some parts look like psychedelic fractal patterns, while others are like watching cells dividing under a microscope. It’s interesting to see that the paint takes on patterns often found in nature. Some of them even look like complex diatoms or MRI scans.

This Stunning Geometric TetraBox Lamp Was Made Out of Juice Boxes

Remember what an awesome day it was when you had a Hi-C juice box in your lunch box? Now think how many of these little boxes have ended up in land fills. In Malaysia, juice boxes are known as packet drinks and they are quite popular. Architect Ed Chew has found an awesome way to repurpose these little boxes, turning them into unique, geometric light fixtures. With just a pair of scissors and a lot of patience, he created this amazing TetraBox Lamp.

Mosaic Faces Accompany A Spread For Psychology Today

For a magazine spread about love, fear, and change, Antonio Rodrigues Jr. re-edited some of his early illustration work. The unique portraits have mosaic features in swirls of nature. Birds, butterflies, and flowers swarm the portraits and text in a special style. The article asks three questions. Who do we love? Why do we change? What do we fear?