Making Sick Childrens' Dreams Come True. Drawing Hope by Shawn Van Daele

In one of the most inspiring series I've ever seen, artist Shawn Van Daele takes the drawings of sick children and turns them into magical fantasy worlds where that child's dream comes true. Daele has turned these drawing into books which encourages donors to contribute to the cause. Through his drawings, he hopes to show "anything is possible".

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Hidden Landscape Photography by Sam Alive

This wonderful series by Sam Alive features blurry backgrounds and an iPhone with an image perfectly in focus. It's a great and unique way to draw your attention.

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The Empire State Building Made From Bicycle Tracks by Thomas Yang

Thomas Yang's Empire State Building prints are made from seven different types of bike tracks and is limited to only 100 copies. The series is a celebration of the rising bicycle culture in NYC.

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Cardboard Cities by Andy Rudak

Andy Rudak and his team took almost a year to research, plan, design and build amazing city shots made out of cardboard!

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Jules Verne Book Cover Illustrations by Jim Tierney

Beautiful illustrations of Jules Verne books From the Earth to the Moon, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Journey to the Center of the Earth, and Around the World in 80 Days. You can find more beautiful book cover illustrations from Jim Tierney.

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