This is a truly masterful and intricate paper cut-out design by People Too. I love seeing the process people go through in order to create their work, and this one is especially cool. You get to see the amount of work and the intricate details that were put into the design. Check out the Behance post to see some of the other behind the scenes photos.
Caras Ionut collects images and stitches them together to create some stunning work. Many of his pieces incorporate the same elements, but are different enough to create a completely new world. If you visit his portfolio, you can see his immense collection of digital art.
This is a fantastic Batman comic illustration by illustrator Jock. It is composed mostly of simple lines and coloring, but the compilation of them creates a really impressive illustration. I find the "the black mirror" text at the bottom especially effective. It has a shaky handwritten style that further exemplifies the ominous feeling of the piece.
Paul Villinski creates these awesome butterfly works out of crushed beer cans from the streets of New York.
"I am drawn to humble, yet evocative materials; in this case, crushed beer cans from the streets of New York - every one of them once raised to someone’s lips. My process of “recycling” them into images of butterflies is a quiet physical meditation, a yoga of tin snips and files and fingers."
Matt Sartain is a San Francisco based photographer whose work is inspired by his love for storytelling. He concepts, shoots and style his own work, which has appeared in the New York Times Magazine and PDN. You can see how he created the image above on his blog.
Creative artists will use anything as a medium. These great works were all recreated with the help of various food items. There's everything ranging from peanut butter and jelly Mona Lisas to the Creation of Adam on a banana!
Karol Kolodzinski is an extremely talented digital artist, illustrater and art director based out of Warsaw, Poland. She's worked on some very impressive clients such as Avatar the Game, Nike, Bacardi and more. Her work is also wide ranging from ads, to websites, to illustrations and motion capture movies. Check out more of her impressive work on Behance.
Nuno Filipe Miranda created this wonderfully simple set of famous inspirational quotes. From Benjamin Franklin to Steve Jobs, there's a quote here for everyone. Nuno takes photos of the author, fades them into the background, and let's the quote speak for itself. Overall, a great set to keep you inspired. If you like these, you might also like the series by Julian Bialowas.