The Stockholm subway system is said to be the world's longest art exhibit - 110 kilometers long. Traveling by subway is like traveling through an exciting story that extends from the artistic pioneers of the 1950s to the art experiments of today.
By using only cosmetics, Russian make up artist Vadim Andreev transforms ordinary women into fabulous cover girls and everyday joes into hot studs. The skillful artist manages to take away several years, any signs of fatigue, and just anything that you always wanted to hide. Impressive, isn’t it?
The Sony World Photography Awards season is well on its way. The competition, famously open to amateur and professional photographers alike, prompts anyone with a camera and an eye for the world's natural and artificial wonders to submit the best and brightest in contemporary image making.
The Holsteiner Stairs in the town of Wuppertal, Germany, got a rainbow makeover by artist Horst Gläsker, who painted them and then stencilled words related to human relationships on the 112 steps, such as terror, love, prosecution, trust, despair, hope, revenge, kiss, etc.
What would some of a favorite Disney fairytales and Western stories demeanour like if they had been recognised in Eastern Asia? Korean illustrator Na Young Wu has an thought – her illustrations underline Disney characters new and aged reinterpreted by a prism of complicated Korean animation illustration, also famous as “manhwa.”
London-based Brazilian illustrator Lucas Levitan has created an on-going project “Photo Invasion” in which he takes photos from the interesting people he follows and invades them with his own artwork.