Gorgeous pixelated depictions of nature in urban settings by Theresa Himmer created out of thousands of sequins.
Magnificient drawings on paper, in books, and even on walls can be found in the portfolio site of Ivonne Dippmann.
Alexandra Bellissimo’s body of work strongly revolves around the theory of “making” pictures instead of simply, “taking” pictures. She often incorporates collaging techniques, as well as digital manipulation to create each surreal photograph. The subjects of Alexandra’s photographs are influenced through her observations of social, gender and psychological issues in our culture .
This is the unbelievable survival story of a young skateboarder named Ross Capicchioni from Detroit. I don’t want to ruin the story but if you only do one thing today watch this video. I promise that you’ll forever be changed. Watch the 2 part video after the jump.
A nice array of styles and subject matter can be found on the portfolio of photographer Marc Alain.
By now you know I have a soft spot for illustrators that delve into the dark side so it should be of no surprise that I’m posting the blood covered, head splitting, and eye popping drawings of turkish illustrator Elif Varol Ergen. Not only are these works delightfully grotesque but they are beautifully drawn with an iconic color palette of red, black, and baby blue for good measure.
Following David Patterson, a personal trainer and competitive regional bodybuilder, this documentary delves into the sport of bodybuilding. We are guided into the world where only the strongest survive and the only the committed make it. With many, many wins under his belt over 34 years David discusses how building a body with weight training is both an art and a sport. Watch the full documentary after the jump.