Phil Robson (aka FILFURY) transforms Nike and Adidas into digital sculptures.
Travel photographer Federico Winer uses Google Earth to capture the chromatic quirks of planet Earth.
The legendary director opens up about 'Beverly Hills John,' his new art show in NYC.
Here's how Brooklyn-based artist Zach Nader turns movies and ads into gorgeous glitchy forms.
@Belilabelle creates manipulated images that range from framed, floating heads, to water with legs, to women who fly.
Wrap your brain around these architectural illusions from fine art photographer and psychologist Markus Studtmann.
With "Matter," you can beef up your Instagram brunch game with 3D UFOs and galactic prisms. Finally.
Krocky Meshkin fills California street scenes with digitally-manipulated Ichabod Cranes.
By editing image files in sound editing software Audacity, Masuma Ahuja and Denise Lu have turned travel photography into awesome glitch art.
The Discover Wall on 69th Street in Manhattan is the centerpiece for Weill Cornell Medical College's new research center.
Antonio Mora will even turn your image into a dreamy, personalized portrait.
Jiang Pengyi's first US solo exhibition opens today at Klein Sun and showcases the beauty in decay.