A good one for all you Photoshop nerds! If I Could Use Photoshop in Real Life… by Sad and UselessSad and Useless takes a humorous look at what it would be like if you could use Photoshop in real life. There's everything from easily painting walls, to removing stains, to moving furniture. Visit their article to read the accompanying captions.
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.
Richard Estes is an American artist best known for his photo-realist paintings. They often consist of clean inatimate scenes of cities. He is widely regarded as one of the founders of the photorealist movement of the 1960's. His paintings make you realize how even the mundane things in life can be quite beautiful.
Guy Laramee creates these amazing mountain carvings from old books.
"The erosion of cultures – and of “culture” as a whole - is the theme that runs through the last 25 years of my artistic practice. Cultures emerge, become obsolete, and are replaced by new ones. With the vanishing of cultures, some people are displaced and destroyed. We are currently told that the paper book is bound to die. The library, as a place, is finished. One might ask so what? Do we really believe that “new technologies” will change anything concerning our existential dilemma, our human condition? And even if we could change the content of all the books on earth, would this change anything in relation to the domination of analytical knowledge over intuitive knowledge? What is it in ourselves that insists on grabbing, on casting the flow of experience into concepts?"
If you want to learn more, read his full artist statement.
An absolutely stunning set of night photos of a cherry blossoms along the Meguro River in Nakameguro Tokyo, Japan. Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion.