István Orosz is a Hungarian artist who specializes in complex images. The ones you see here are called anamorphoses which require the viewer to use specialized devices at certain angles to see an image. It is hard to make a simple anamorphic image, but he makes creating complex anamorphoses seem effortless.
First we saw miniature food sculptures, then we saw landscapes made out of food, and now, we bring to you knitted food. Ed Bing Lee has clearly mastered the art of knitting amazing food items. Everything from a hamburger, to a pumpkin pie, to an ice cream sundae. Don't forget to check out some more of his great work on Fubiz.
Raise your hand if you ever found folding origami to be incredibly difficult. Now lower your hand, and drop your jaw because these paper origami by Anja Markiewicz will blow your mind. Each piece uses paper smaller than an inch and width. If you thought you were getting good at origami, think again.
Who needs those boring motivational posters when you have these inspiring and uplifting designs by Julian Bialowas. This series combines some great advice with beautiful landscapes that Julian shot himself. The minimalist typography helps to accentuate the message and it brings powerful images together. Check out more on his Flickr page.
Love these illustrations by Claire Hummel (shoomlah on Deviant Art). Claire redrew Disney princesses to have more historically accurate attire. To see some of the resources she used for the dress designs, read her resource page. You can also read an FAQ about this series.
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.