Here are some very interesting and surreal works from Bulgarian artist Lyubomir Serge Sofia (I'm sorry if I am mis-representing this artist's name, but I'm getting the information from a translation of Serbian.) He creates some very stylized imagery which force you to come up with a story to match the picture. Any piece that can do that is well worth noting.
Big Bang, Big Boom is an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life ... and how it could probably end. Blu is one of the most talented stop motion animation artists around. Check out more of his videos if you like this one. You won't be disappointed.
These creative signs were create by Axel Peemoeller for the Eureka Tower Carpark in Melbourne, Australia. The letters are distorted but can be read perfectly when read at the right position. This work won several international design awards. To see some more cool signs/symbols, visit Notcot.
Here's a quote from Christine,"I enjoy creating images that contain a lot of detail. In terms of subject matter, cameras are a current favourite, with a plethora of little buttons, switches, levers and dials. As cameras in the digital age become increasingly sleek, streamlined and monochrome in design, here is a visual celebration of vintage models from days gone by, created using graphite and colour pencil."
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