Just came across these images of Edith Zimmerman’s food art and they are absolutely hilarious! Why is it that people tell you not to play with your food when the results can be this amazing? 😉 Enjoy!
When I was still a kid I really hated having to go back to school, after spending a summer doing only nice things, having no responsibilities and generally just being downright lazy. But I guess every kid feels that way! 😉 Flavorwire has compiled some photographs of abandoned schools, as a means to ‘ease your re-entry into the school year (but definitely not to give you any ideas)’! There are some very interesting/ beautiful/ creepy shots among them, so it’s well worth your time! 😉 Enjoy!
I have had the pleasure of visiting Versailles once, and let me tell you it is a rather stunning place. Jean-Francois Rauzier’s photo series Versailles Ville enhances Versaille’s ‘magic’ by showing ‘a beautiful element of the city folded in on itself in multitudes, creating complex wonderlands that seem perfectly encapsulated and infinite all at once’. Enjoy! 🙂
Usually photos of fireworks all pretty much look the same, but David Johnson’s work is a pleasant exception! By manipulating the long exposure, starting out of focus and then refocusing very quickly as he was shooting, Johnson creates beautiful images that look more like flowers than fireworks! Enjoy! 🙂
I have previously posted on the incredibly stunning work by underwater photographer Alexander Semenov. Check out some of his new jellyfish shots; they are just amazing!Enjoy! 🙂
I’ve only now come across the work of Samuel Silva, who creates incredibly realistic paintings based of photographs. The Portugal-based attorney uses standard ballpoint pens for many of his drawings, sometimes working on a piece for over 45 hours. The results are simply stunning, and to think that he describes his art ‘as a hobby’! 😉 Enjoy!
As some of you might have noticed, I am a huge fan of ‘book art’! 😉 So whenever I find a new example of the wonderful things you can do with books (apart from reading them 🙂 ) I just have to share it with you! This time it is the work of artist Kelly Campbell Berry, who takes children’s books and crafts intricate one-of-a-kind sculptures within their pages. They are just stunning! 🙂 Being a big Tolkien geek her Hobbit sculpture (above) is of course my favourite! 😉 Enjoy!