Artist Chris Panda is responsible for these creepy, but interesting, illustrations of famous cartoon characters. The drawings reveal the anatomy Bambie, Popeye, Donald Duck and more. Check all of them out below.
The title is not an exaggeration. This is literally (and quite easily) the greatest graffiti timelapse video ever produced.
Artist Dylan Shields recreated several of the world’s most well-known sculptures using only recycled cardboard and packing tape. The cardboard sculptures include Sisyphus, Tityus, David and Goliath and more. There is a deeper meaning behind this work, but I just think it looks cool.
These snowflakes look amazing, but I’ll always hate the little boogers. Alexey Kljatov is the photographer behind the camera snapping these incredible images. Check out his Flickr page here.
Bring the graffiti on the streets into your home/office with these street art prints from SUUMO. The graffiti murals are printed on matte fabric with a reusable adhesive on the back. They range in size from 2×3 to 10×7. Prices start at $65 and go all the way up to $575.
What we have for you here today are some truly amazing hyperrealistic paintings done by Jason De Graaf.
Artist Phil Robson – aka Filfury – created this series of sneaker artwork using a combination of photography and graphic design. He used classic shoes adidas, Reebok, and Nike to create objects such as insects and skulls. Take a look.