George Redhawk

Artist Creates Eerily Beautiful GIFs Even Though He’s Legally Blind

November 29, 2015 in Art, artist, Digital Art, Drawing, People, Photography, Photoshop

Artist George Redhawk has put together a series of stunning GIFs, perfectly looped and beautifully haunting. Even more incredible is that Redhawk is legally blind. “With the use of visual aides and computer softwares that aide the visually impaired, [Redhawk] began to explore the realm of photo manipulation with a desire to show the world as […]


A 1400 Year Old Chinese Gingko Tree Creates a Spectacular Sea of Leaves

November 27, 2015 in Art, artist, Color, Colour, Nature

As the Northern Hemisphere transitions into Winter and the Southern Hemisphere transitions into Summer, we’re left with the beautiful season known as Fall (in some countries) or Autumn (in others). No matter what you call it, this season produces some of the most spectacular flora going around.  Once such example is this amazing ginkgo tree located within the walls […]


Macro Photography of a Little-Known Poodle Moth That Looks Like a Fairy

November 26, 2015 in Animals, Art, artist, Fun, Photography

We all know that nature gives us some of the most weird and wonderful flora and fauna. However this little guy – known as the mysterious Venezuelan Poodle Moth – may take the cake as one of the most unusual. Looking like a Pokemon/Furby/Fairy mix, this creature was first discovered in 2009 by zoologist Arthur Anker of […]


Realistic Goldfish Painted Using Layers of Watercolor and Resin

November 24, 2015 in Animals, Art, artist, Sculpture, Video

Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori never ceases to amaze us with what he can do with layers of resin and watercolor paint. He returns to Joshua Liner Gallery this week for his second solo show, Goldfish Salvation. Since we last featured Riusuke, he has become internationally known for his depiction of aquatic life painted with acrylic within layers of resin, most frequently the […]


Artist Draws an Amazing Blue Octopus Using Discarded Ballpoint Pens

November 23, 2015 in Animals, Art, artist, Drawing

Artist Ray Cincin has created a giant, beautifully illustrated bright blue Octopus from donated ballpoint pens that would have been otherwise discarded. The illustration, per Cincin, is his own “interpretation of an Ernst Von Haeckel octopus lithograph” and took him over a year to complete: “This drawing was in progress for over a year. A week here, a few days there, up […]


Artist Creates Puns So Terrible They’re Pun-ishable

November 23, 2015 in Art, artist, Drawing, Fun

When is a pun is a pun is a pun?  That’s what illustrator Monika asks herself every day, in her ongoing series where she draws cute illustrations to accompany terrible puns that will make your eyes roll. Some of them strictly aren’t puns, but they’re nonetheless fun. See what we did there? You can follow Monika’s funny […]


A chicken lover knits jumpers for her hens

November 23, 2015 in Animals, Art, artist, Craft

Meet Nicola and her mother Ann from Cornwall, England. In one of the more touching stories we’ve encountered recently, these ladies rescue retired battery chickens by giving them a new home. They own around 60 hens and half of them are former battery chickens, who, unfortunately, having spent all their lives in cages, are not able to acclimatize […]


Photographer Imagines What Darth Vader Would Do if He Was Just Like the Rest of Us

November 21, 2015 in Art, artist, Fun, Photography

“We never think of movie characters like they were regular people. And they are. With different life goals, obviously, but they’re just people.” That was photographer Pawel Kadysz‘s initial thoughts when he embarked on his latest photo series called Daily Life of Darth Vader. In it, Kadysz shows that the infamous Sith Lord performs many of […]


An Art Store in Japan Lines the Walls with Every Pigment Imaginable

November 20, 2015 in Art, artist, Color, Colour, Painting

Japanese company Warehouse Terrada has opened an ‘art supply laboratory’ in Tokyo — a scheme that also serves as a hub connecting manufacturers with emerging local artists. Named ‘pigment’, the store has been completed by architect Kengo Kuma, whose design comprises organic curved surfaces that closely resemble bamboo blinds. beneath the undulating ceiling, pigments are displayed along the spacious […]


Artist Folds a New Paper Crane to Describe Each Day of the Year

November 19, 2015 in Animals, Art, artist, Carving, Design

Some people like to have a coffee everyday. Some people like to go for a run everyday.  Well artist Cristian Mariancius is a little different.  Following a bit of a quarter life crisis in 2014, he decided to create an origami paper crane every day as a unique personal journal. According to Cristian, “As a […]


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