Unique kids animal hand tattoos. Has your child has ever asked you to make a puppet from an old smelly sock? Have you created some other kind of weird creature of of paper and sticky tape? If so, these may be for you—Animal Hand Tattoos and Monster Hand Tattoos.
Starwars of the Victorian Era. Who doesn’t like Starwars? Well, to satisfy most of us, here are some amazing digital paintings of four infamous characters. They have been spruced up in Victorian attire by talented illustrator and animator, Greg Peltz (Illustration above: Victorian Starwars Jabba the Hut).
Go Away / Come In household door mat. I think this is great, with some unique typographic treatment that makes the design work. When someone enters a house, the doormat reads ‘Come in’, yet it appears to say ‘Go away’ when the visitor leaves.
Berlin, Moscow and Normandy / Past War and Present Peace. These montage photos incredibly show what was captured way back in the war — compared to near present day. The image above shows the fight at U-Bahn Station Frankfurter Allee, Berlin. It is a black and white photo portion from 1945; with the colour part from 2010. The images range from 1942 to 2011. Here are some more:
Above: Fractal Labs Organism Fractal Image
The Fractals of Strange Fruit, Flemish Lace and Red Ant. These images are created with an application named Fractal Lab, a shader based real time 3D fractal generator (I’ve included more details on Fractal Lab at the end of this post). Below you’ll see some fantastic renderings of various source textures:
Goodnight Hong Kong, London, New York and Sydney; these stunning birds-eye view photographs do these great cities justice (above shot is of Hong Kong). At night, the appearance of megacities really comes alive when lit-up by their fluorescent counterparts:
The Stockholm County Metro Subway in Sweden is quite an architectural marvel; I think you’ll agree. The subway system has 100 uniquely-designed stations, with 47 underground and 53 above ground level. After occasionally traveling on the boring, non-decorated London Tube, I can attest to how much I admire this stunning architecture. From painted tunnels, rainbows, red walls and mood-lit spaces, this “subway art” is simply astonishing…