There is something absolutely wonderful about this mixed media art by Jose Romussi. He weaves colorful threads into beautiful vintage photos of dancers to create some awesome pieces of art. You can check out some more cool and different styles of art by Jose on his Flickr page.
Erik Schumacher (kire1987 on Deviant Art) is a German student studying physics, but in my opinion, he should stick to art. He definitely has some impressive work and is part of the distinguished Depthcore art collective. There is a distinct style to his work, but his techniques don't feel overused. Check out some more of his work on Deviant Art.
Yong Ho Ji is a Korean artist who creates wonderful and unique sculptures out of recycled tires. You can see the meticulous details of the muscles, flesh, and curved bodies of his beasts.
Guerra de la Paz is the creative team of Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz. They are based in Miami,FL. This clothing explosion art is not the only interesting and creative piece by the team. They feature some very interesting and unique art that you can catch a glimspe of here. Their specialty is creating unique art out of ordinary everyday items.
This art is definitely reminiscent of the Licorne Nuclear Explosion
I absolutely love this idea and am surprised no one has come up with it before. The Squidarella umbrella by SquidLondon turns your boring black and white umbrella to color when it comes in contact with water. I would totally get one if I could justify a $38 umbrella on URBANtrim. You can also get it at SquidLondon's shop.
You should also check out the SquidLondon color changing rainwear:
What's not to love about these character alphabets by Mike BaBoon? One thing I did realize while looking at these is I don't know nearly as many characters' names as I thought I did. The shows/movies in order are: Sesame Street, Harry Potter, Dr. Seuss, The Muppets, The Simpsons, Pixar and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Not to be confused with Michael Bay's Ninja Turtles).
If you like these, you can buy prints on Society6.
Nicholas Scarpinato likes to take pictures that tell a story. Each piece begins with a single capture, but he uses the creative process to expand upon it and create these beautifully surreal scenes. Scarpinato describes his photos as "a secret that is waiting to be unearthed". If these are any clue, I hope he will uncover a lot more secrets for us.