Another incredible optical illusion is taking the internet by storm. Twitter user Jagarikin created the illusion, which appears to show a set of figures running up and then jumping off a set of stairs. Dubbed the Super Illusion Brothers, the image is actually static. If you're asking yourself how that's possible, it's actually quite simple. Jagarikin's work is a reverse-phi illusion. That means it uses light and dark colors to create a sense of movement.
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French street artist Saype is known for his spectacular artwork which sprawls onto grass instead of vertically onto walls.
For many people, one of the best parts of Christmas is the delicious, traditional home-cooked meals that signify the season.
If you're one of those people who makes New Year's resolutions but winds up backpedaling on your promises, you're not alone. Almost 70% of Americans make at least one New Year's resolution, but far fewer actually follow through. So how can we keep on track with going after our goals? Part of the trick is preparation and fully immersing yourself in meeting your target.
Since gaining widespread popularity in the 18th century, watercolor painting has been a favorite of amateur and professional artists alike.
Undoubtedly, the Taj Mahal is one of the most recognizable monuments in the world.
Using photos taken at the Pic du Midi Observatory, astrophotographer Jean-Luc Dauvergne has published what he calls the most detailed map of Mars from the ground. The photographs were taken at the mountaintop observatory, which is located in the French Pyrenees, over the course of six nights in October and November using a 1-meter telescope. The team then sewed together hundreds of photos to put together this incredible map.
Since 1972, UNESCO has been working to preserve monuments around the world by assigning destinations the status of World Heritage...
Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc is known for traveling the globe as she photographs women for her Atlas of Beauty. And as she took time to capture the portraits of women around the world, she also explored another theme—motherhood. The result is a thoughtful collection of portraits that show the bond between mothers and their children. From Vietnam and Indonesia to Iceland and the Netherlands, Noroc's series highlights the universal nature of motherhood.
Photographer Craig Varjabedian is known for his stunning portrait series celebrating the lives and cultures of Native Americans.
Are you stuck in a creative rut? Or simply looking to expand your artistic skills?