These photographs of disembodied humans struggle to get a breath of air.
Artist Mark Bradley-Shoup flattens the American landscape with a few slashes of an x-acto blade.
Painter Ricky Allman envisions architecturally-sound superstructures set in a rose-colored future.
These aerial photographs reveal the English capital's kooky architectural past.
Pastel-coloured deserts and field full of sunflowers.
When photographer Trent Davis Bailey came back to the North Fork Valley, he realized he had found his home.
Tokyo-based illustrator Karan Singh uses patterns to explore how viewers perceive colors, objects, and shapes.
Capturing the dark majesty of Nordic and European landscapes, Øyestein Aspelund creates pitch-black magic.
Photographer ponders silents moments with his lens.
Science’s objective nature meets art’s subjective nature in Oliver Jeffers’ paintings of measurement.
Art can now serenade you with a melody.
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