German photographer Boris Leist has spent the past four years documenting some of the world’s most dedicated LARPers. He first learned about the activity while shooting a Renaissance Fair in Norway, where he met a man dressed as a Tolkien-esque dwarf, complete with body
Steven Rhodes is an Australian artist, illustrator, and graphic designer. His original illustrative style is spiced up by a dark sense of humor. Featured below are some of his best works.
A French photographer Dani Olivier uses the female body as a projection surface that displays intricate light patterns and images. Olivier’s pictures stand out because he refuses to edit the original photos. Thus, he creates his pictures at the time of the shoots with
Dink Siegel is a legendary illustrator known for his alluring and funny illustrations that were often published by Playboy throughout his career. Siegel was an American visual artist who was born in 1910. His work was lauded for capturing the zeitgeist of the 60’s,
At the young age of 23, Jacob Riglin, known simply as @Jacob on Instagram, has quickly become one of the world’s most renowned photographers on social media. His work, which spans the realms of travel and lifestyle, has encouraged an audience of nearly 500,000
Hakan Keleş, an architect and illustrator from Turkey, started to draw giant characters on pictures of streets that he took with his smartphone. He named it “Lilliput series”, based on the novel Gulliver’s Travels: A Voyage to Lilliput. Some of his drawings are influenced
What if you could take the best parts of your favourite cities and create one glorious hybrid city? That’s just what expedia has done in this illustrated series of ‘city mash-ups’.
Iris Scott was born in 1984 near Seattle, WA. Iris now lives in Brooklyn New York where she is a full time artist. In 2010 Iris changed finger-painting forever when she began to treat the technique with the seriousness it deserved. The young artist’s
Inti Castro is a graffiti artist and muralist born in the port city of Valparaíso, Chile. His name, translated into Incan means ‘Sun’. He began painting walls at around the age of thirteen and has not stopped since. Today he is one of the
Photographer, Haris Nukem`s, artistic vulnerability and authenticity is downright enrapturing. The UK based deeply unguarded savage behind the camera pours his heart, mind, and soul into capturing deep feelings of intimacy and affection that may inspire an individual to question the notions of what
The first issue of the Person of the Year was published in 1927. The magazine chose Charles Lindbergh because he was the fist person to fly a plane on his own on a direct course from New York to Paris with no stops in