Christopher Maloney is a “Filmographer” hailing from Canada. What Christopher does is take pictures from classic movies, and recreate them with contemporary shots from present time to produce some pretty dope pictures (of pictures in pictures woah).
Satirical artist Nastya Nadnik combines classic pieces of art with emoticons and pop-up windows. Now try looking at fine works of art without seeing any emoji’s.
Jay Shells continues his ongoing “Rap Quotes” project by hanging up around 20 new signs all over New York City. If you’re unfamiliar with the project, Jay Shells is an artist and hip-hop enthusiast who creates street signs featuring notable rap lyrics and then places them at the exact locations mentioned in each song. He’s already hung up over 60 signs in NYC, 45 in L.A., and he just added 20 more to the streets of the Big Apple. Jay also has plans to travel to Houston, Chicago, New Orleans and the Bay Area to hang signs as well. Check out some of the new signs below.
When it comes to using ink and water to create art, it doesn’t get much better than the work of Albert Seveso. In his latest series, “Blackground”, Seveso photographed colorful plumes of ink against a contrasting black background. The results are beautiful.
This is what some of the world’s most beautiful locations look like from above. If these don’t make you want to travel there is something wrong with you.
LEGO enthusiast Malte Dorowski is behind this beautiful Martini Porsche Racing Set. If you grew up playing with LEGOs you can appreciate how difficult and time consuming this type of project would be. The set features the full Martini International Racing Team including the Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.1 Turbo, 935/76 Turbo, 935/78 Moby Dick, 936/77, Volkswagen T1 and Ford C-Type. The detail on the cars is crazy impressive. Check out the set below.
Sarah Rosado is a self-taught artist based out of New York City who will change your perception of the ground you walk on. She has has been using dirt as a medium for creating her works of art. Rosado sculpts the soil into playful design before photographing it for the world to see. She also adds in food and other household items to give her designs a bit more life. Check out her some pieces for her “Dirty Little Secrets” series below.