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.
Welcome to the sixty-first Facebook inspiration roundup. Here we'll post just a few of the things you are missing if you aren't following Who Designed It? on Facebook. Click on the images to see credits. Enjoy!
If you haven't seen the Avengers movie, stop what you are doing right now and go see it. If you have seen it, then go ahead and enjoy these tributes to The Avengers that were showcased at Gallery 1988. If you are lucky you might find a piece that you like for sale.
You know you are an icon when people everywhere know you by your first name. That is most definitely the case with Madonna. I wasn't old enough to appreciate Madonna when she was in her prime as the Queen of Pop, but most definitely am now. Here are some beautiful photos to celebrate.
Just when you thought you've seen every method for creating paintings, another Amy Shackleton comes along. Amy creates these psychodelic paintings without a paintbrush.The great lines and forms of her paintings are created by applying paint with squeeze bottles, and allowing gravity to do the work. Check out the video below for a cool demonstration.
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.
Photographer Markus Reugels creates these amazing water drop shots using a handmade custom wood rig. Everything from the viscosity to the temperature of the water can affect the shot. He often spends hundreds of hours trying to capture the perfect image. In my opinion, they are worth the effort!
Appuru Pai has taken some fantastic long exposure photos of the Yurikamome transit line that travels between the Japanese cities of Shimbashi and Toyosu. I love the dynamic lines created by the train's movement and the variety of colors you would never notice when just riding a train. You can check out some other photos from Pai on his Flickr.