Inventor Robert “Rocketman” Maddox is full of vigor and wild energy, and he shares his infectious lust for life through his custom creations. Having grown up “watching rockets blast off to the Moon and Wile E. Coyote chasing the Roadrunner on his rocket/jet powered machines on TV,” his love of thrust-powered machines blossomed with time. Now, he creates his own thrilling vehicles propelled by pulse-jet engines. They’re like mini rockets you can drive.
In Paris, Barcelona, and New York City, a red statue of Vladimir Putin has quietly made an appearance.
Since the James Webb Space Telescope has started releasing images, the world has been on edge, waiting to see what...
Sweden-based artist Cecilia Levy fashions old book pages into delicate sculptures you can hold in your hand. Using wheat starch paste and a paper maché technique, she layers pieces of paper together, creating carefully modeled objects like teacups, plates, and spoons. Originally a graphic designer and bookbinder, Levy brings her knowledge and love of books into her sculptural projects.
Beautiful birds come to life in Sally Edmonds‘ pastel portraits.
Rug design used to be something that seemed unachievable for many artists.
California-based photographer Doris Mitsch captures otherworldly images that question the notions of time, space, and our own linear reality. In her recent series titled Locked Down Looking Up, the artist turned to the sky for inspiration and found it in the flight patterns of traveling flocks of birds. Her composite photos combine images of those intricate flight trails and showcase the elaborately choreographed dance of interwoven paths that exist right above our heads.
From lounging cats to running hares, Nichola Theakston uses her art to transform different corners of the animal kingdom into...
While some photographers find inspiration in the world around them, others like Marcella Pace look to the sky.
Since its emergence over 100 years ago, Cubism has been regarded as one of modern art‘s most famous and fascinating art movements. Cubism is closely associated with iconic artists like Pablo Picasso, whose avant-garde approach to everyday subject matter turned art history on its head. Featuring fractured forms and topsy-turvy compositions, Cubism abandoned the figurative portrayals found in genres of art and moved toward total abstraction.
UK-based artist Ed Fairburn commemorates the connection between people and places in his unconventional illustrations.
Estonian artist Laivi Põder creates portals to bucolic destinations in vibrant illustrations.