Australian photographer Jeremy Blincoe’s Fleeting Embrace series places children in phenomenal settings and situations.
Check out Sam Green’s fantastic poster created to raise money for Japan’s relief efforts as well as the rest of his portfolio.
Calvin Whitehurst’s analog collages take you to a surreal world where the world twists and turns in every which way. I especially like the politically themed collages.
When I close my eyes and dream of outdoor furniture, I see visions of Loll’s cheery Vang Chairs, or whiling away the hours in their rocking Racer Chair , or napping in the shade on a 405 Chaise. Loll’s furniture has a strong architectural presence while remaining friendly and homey. See more after the jump.
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Laura Laine turns traditional fashion illustration on its head with her uncanny figures and exquisitely detailed rendering.
John Vincent Aranda updates his website with a new series about immigration, sourcing imagery from comics from the Philippines and visually influenced by Pop artists like Roy Litchenstein.
An old train travels through magical landscapes to discover an unknown ancient city. Watch the full video after the jump.