Category Archives: Creative


Big Cat-Small Cat: Whiskas Campaign by George Logan

Whiskas cat food has launched a new marketing campaign called ‘Big Cat, Small Cat’ showing the life of your little cat friend as big cat in the wild. This campaign created by photographer George Logan and retoucher Tony Swinney brings to life the idea that


24 Creative Ideas for Kid-Friendly Breakfasts

Here’s one thing your mom wasn’t wrong about: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Are you looking for some new options to spice up your kids’ breakfast routine? It’s so easy to fall into a cereal rut, which certainly isn’t bad… but


Realistic Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia

Cayce Zavaglia is an American born painter raised in Sydney, bravely owns up to having used puff paint—that favorite of crafters—in her early work, and is an unabashed fan of Martha Stewart. Done in a hyper-realistic for with incredible layered detail, Cayce uses crewel embroidery


Simple and Witty Illustrated Comics by Tango

Tango Unlimited / Tango Comics is a collaborative team of comic book writers and artists dedicated to providing the highest caliber Independent Science-Fiction/Horror Graphic Novels. The comics turn simple, seemingly everyday situations on their heads.


The World’s First Underwater Sculpture Park

Not far from the Grenada coast at the bottom of Caribbean sea is located the World’s first and only Underwater Sculpture Park. This park was created by Jason de Caires Taylor with the help of The Grenada Underwater Sculpture Management Inc (GUSMI). It is a


Surreal Photography by Hugh Kretschmer

Curious, imaginative, unusual, conceptual, a little dark, but dark in a good way… that’s how Hugh Kretschmer’s photographies have been described. Hugh Kretschmer is an American photographer, based in Los-Angeles and specialized in advertising and editorial. My ideas are conjured-up by my dreams and desires


Incredible Shadow Art by Fabrizio Cornelli

Creations of Italian artist Fabrizio Cornelli are the result not only of lamps, metal plates, prisms but also carefully projected projections of light. Cornelli gives life to his seemingly simple, geometric wall extensions with light. When the lights are turned off, the Florence-based artist’s work


Miniature Worlds by Kendal Murray

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature sculptures using glass teapots, grass-covered purses, mirrored makeup compacts and open books for each scenario. The idea of creating these miniatures, as she told, came from dream states. Miniature works serve as a metaphor for intuitive thoughts and show us


Handmade 3D Objects by Kyle Bean

Kyle Bean is a young London based artist, designer and illustrator. He creates playful, concept-driven work for editorial and commercial projects as well as installations for fashion brands and events. He created Amazing handmade pieces using materials like paper and cardboard. Be sure to check


Creative Short Scenes From Everyday Objects and Drawings

It’s amazing how artists can turn everyday objects into playful illustrations. Artist Victor Nunes combines every-day objects with simple illustrations to turn them into pictures of faces, animals and other playful scenes. Popcorn turns into faces, lettuce into hair and dresses, scissors into animals and