Sports balls replaced with cats

The internet has done amazing things for our feline friends, making cats more famous than they could have ever imagined. We love cats. We love sports. We love this photo series of Sports Balls Replaced With Cats. Really no introduction needed for this one here. A new Tumblr account has opened up that takes many of the best athletes across all sports, and replaces the ball with cats. Soccer balls, footballs, basketballs, you name it, they have a cat for it. Check out some of the photos from this awesome photo manipulation series below, and be sure to check out […]

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Follow me to

PHOTOGRAPHER FOLLOWS GIRLFRIEND AROUND THE WORLD Russia based photographer Murad Osmann had the pleasure of following his beautiful girlfriend all around the world, and was kind enough to document it for us in a series he aptly titled “Follow Me To.” We don’t get to travel as much as we’d like, so it’s always nice to live vicariously through people like Osmann, and that’s exactly what he created this amazing series for. “For me photography is about capturing things other people might miss. It’s a way to communicate.” The collection of photos sees his girlfriend pulling him along, although we’re sure it’s […]

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Minjae Lee

Minjae Lee is a young South Korean artist whose work expresses a semi-disturbing inner tension that is tough to ignore, even if you feel that you’d like to. It draws you in with its powerful colours, halting imagery and clever juxtaposition of beauty, innocence and fragility with brash, loud and aggressive.

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Branded Art Installations

Brands are tapping into the art space and we are, perhaps surprisingly, noticing some pretty awesome art installations as a result. It is a precarious feat for a brand to attempt because it can easily go wrong and have the exact opposite of the desired effect.

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Byoungho Kim – Sculptured Art

Is it visual art, audio art, a sculpture, a product, a machine? Byoungho Kim’s works could be described as all of these. They are visually stunning, make sounds, have a sculptural quality and they are manufactured just like any other highly-engineered industrial products.

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Disappearing man

THE DISAPPEARING CHINESE ARTIST THAT ADVERTISERS CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF An artist known for disappearing into the background has an exhibition at Galerie Paris-Beijing and appears at TED today. Liu Bolin’s work has also inspired a lot of… tributes…in the ad world. Liu Bolin is neither a magician nor a mafia hitman, but one of his great talents is making people disappear. LIU BOLIN “THE INVISIBLE MAN” Over the years, with his ongoing “Hiding in the City” series, Bolin has blended himself seamlessly into the background of places as unlikely as a supermarket aisle, a graffiti’d wall, and a chain-link fence, […]

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Cate Parr – Fashion Illustrator

Anyone who has ever attempted to master various forms of visual art will attest that watercolour painting usually turns out to be one of the most challenging. This has not discouraged Cate Parr, a UK-born fashion illustrator, who has managed to capture the ethereal, fleeting and vulnerable qualities of fashion imagery in her watercolours.

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