By destructing pieces of art and objects Brooklyn based artist Valerie Hegarty creates installations of art in different stages of decomposition, morphing it in to compositions so apparent in their depiction of fleeting nature of all things we consider - "things of beauty".
Installations by Valerie Hegarty [...]
Thomas Subtil's Hakuna Matata - photo series named after phrase made famous by "Lion King" which means "No Problem" in Swahili (spoken mostly in Tanzania). Thomas manipulated animal images and placed them in to funny unusual situations. As if animals in every picture telling us - "Life is good - Hakuna Matata"!
Photos by: Thomas Subtil [...]
Some of Caleb's artwork seem to be inspired by the last years TV guilty pleasure "Sharknado", other paintings just depict bizarre "what if it was possible" situations. Clever and thought provoking. Whether it is flying sharks, giant insects or building size rodents - it might be the future we'll bring upon ourselves if we're not careful.
Paintings by Caleb Brown
With his impeccable sense of human form and attention to detail, for over 10 years Mexican artist Omar Ortiz has been creating series of photo-realistic paintings that celebrates female form and sensuality. Here are just a few samples of his paintings and close-ups. You can see more of his work here as well.
Paintings by Omar Ortiz [...]
Lady Gaga just unveiled artwork for her new single, actually first one from the upcoming album "ARTPOP".
Nude Gaga sits in very "techy" chair made from circuit boards.
Lady Gaga was absent from music spotlight for a few months and took to the Facebook page and her website to give fans some details about upcoming album. "...the album ARTPOP musically mirrors Gaga's creative process as she passes through the mediums of each artist she collaborates with, scoring a blueprint of her journey."
Here is Lady Gaga's tweet
Bugatti has announced that it will offer the Legend, a special-edition run of the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse that pays homage to six heroes of the carmaker's long, storied past. Officially the world's fastest car with its top down (try keeping your toupee on at 254 miles per hour), Bugatti will enhance the special Vitesses visually with design cues from the cars that its heroes drove.
The first Legend honors Jean-Pierre Wimille, who won the 24 Hours of Le Mans twice for Bugatti and was one of the company's longest-serving test drivers. He won in 1937, co-driving a 57G Tank with Robert Benoist, and in 1939, co-driving a 57C Tank with Pierre Veyron. Fittingly, the Veyron Legend dedicated to Wimille is blue, just like the 57G that he drove at Le Mans in 1937. In Bugatti's own words, it "now shines in blue clear-coated carbon fiber and a light Wimille Bleu paintwork." The 57G-based design language continues into the interior, with numerous details, such as materials and colors, tha [...]
Swiss photographer Gus Petro in his series "Merge" combines several US places in to one image. What can be more different than serenity of Grand Canyon and buzzing, rushing, happening metropolis of New York. Two wonders of the world, one man made and the other one awe inspiring masterpiece of nature. Did you ever think how New York would look if it was built in Grand Canyon? Well now you can see it for yourself. Seems "Big Apple" is not so big anymore.
Photography by Gus Petro [...]
Manchester, UK based painter Trystram Menhinick created series of photo-realistic paintings capturing moments from lives of ordinary people. Either a woman sitting on the chair, or nude taking a bath his characters seem to radiate inner peace and solitude.
Images by Trystram Menhinick via Saachi Online [...]