Fly Art Productions is a Tumblr page that takes classic artworks and puts hip-hop lyrics on top of them. Each lyrics seems to be perfectly paired with it’s corresponding art piece. Online retailer, Rad, also recently started carrying t-shirt versions of the images.
Artist Andrea Minini puts a unique spin on the animal world with her latest series of work entitled Animals in Moiré. Minini’s drawings depict well-known animals, ranging from penguins to grizzly bears, using only lines. The resulting portraits are amazing to say the least. Check out her work below.
Astronauts have undoubtedly one of the coolest jobs in the world, and most of us as kids wanted to be one. Sneakhype friend, Ryan Rittenhouse, sent over a project where he imagined what it would be like if astronauts were sponsored by big brands. I could see Burberry introducing this version of a spacesuit at the their next fashion show.
Cory Staudacher’s is a Seattle based photographer that spends the majority of his time exploring the great outdoors. Cory documents his adventures on Instagram. His page is filled with amazing pictures that will leave you longing for a camping trip. Check out some of our favorite pictures below and make sure you follow Cory on Instagram.
Telmo Pieper is a Dutch muralist who digitally recreates his old drawings into realistic versions. The original drawings were done when Telmo was only 4 years old, and now 20 years later with the help of Photoshop these are the updated versions. Check out his website here.
Reed Space recently held the first exhibition in NYC for artist, Careaux. The show titled “All-Time Favorites” features prints of certain personalities all-time favorite sneakers. It includes the likes of DJ Clark Kent, Eddie Huang, Ben Baller, Jeff Staple, and many others. They currently have all the prints for sale here.
Wow. These are drawings are truly incredible. Paul Stowe is an artist based out of Shanghai that uses a combination of traditional & mechanical pencils to create these masterpieces. He has more work over on his deviantART page.
A mixture of ultrasound, nano cameras, and photo editing produced these incredible in-utero shots of baby animals. Because after all… you can’t stick any ol’ camera up into a pregnant animal’s uterus and snap pictures of some little fuzzy embryos like these.
Obviously, we’re all familiar with carving pumpkins for Halloween. This artist, Clive Cooper, chooses to instead carve pieces of art out of watermelons. Here’s a look at a bunch of his work.
Have you ever wondered how artists create those crazy hyperrealistic drawings? Well, you’re in luck. This time-lapse video shows how artist Marcello Barenghi creates his super detailed works of art. Check out the 3-minute video above and head over to his YouTube page to watch more videos like this.