Graphic designer and illustrator Alex Solis is known for his creative and witty illustrations turning ordinary things into humorous artworks. His crazy yet creative illustrations were featured in the past on this site and in this post we are going to see his series “Inkeraction” in which he created a character going one-on-one with himself.
Simon Steer, a businessman, could not believe it when he cracked open an egg into a frying pan and it formed the perfect shape of a chicken. The yolk formed the hen’s head and feathered chest, while the white formed the rest of the bird’s body – including a tail, a leg and claw.
These charming porcelain animal figurines decorated with complex patterns and illustrations are created by Ukrainian artists Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev. Given the tiny size of these creatures (most measure anywhere from 4 to 40cm), it was all the more surprising that Stasenko and Leontyev weren’t actually trained to work with ceramics. One is a graphic artist and the other is a painting teacher.
A baby turtle hitches a ride on a bullfrog in one of a series of stunning shots captured by photographer Shi Khei Goh in the forests of Batam, Indonesia.