This is a really cool piece of artwork by Peter Coffin. It was created by stitching together multiple photos with rainbows in them to create a singular swirling rainbow. It's really cool looking at the individual photos and seeing how they fit into the tapestry of the larger design.
Taken by themselves, the steel wire sculptures of Larry Kagan appear to be abstract creations. Under carefully positioned light, however, a more recognizable image appears. Kagan's shadow art plays upon the contrast between objects and their shadows, between order and disorder, and between the material and immaterial.
Emilie Griottes created these wonderfully colorful, and tasty looking, Pantone tarts for French Culinary Magazine Fricote. She created these beautiful color swatches by placing berries, carrots, lemons, candy other foods on a tart base. The bottom is lined with icing and marked with a Pantone color. I love the look and feel of this project!
If you liked Queen Elizabeth II of England's awesome rainbow color chart by Vogue, you'll definitely enjoy this collaboration by Pantone and Leo Burnett London. The two collaborated on this fantastic limited edition Pantone book of the Queen's outfits in celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, which honors 60 years since her cornation. The guide is numbered with PANTONE colors and has a reference to the date and location of each outfit.
Robert Longo's explosive paintings look like they could be old photographs. His shading and texturing create exceptional details that give his work an organic feel. Don't forget to check out the rest of his spectacular work.