These beautiful animated photos by New York photographer Jamie Beck take photos to a new level.
Many of the most famous paintings of Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec or Paul Gauguin were inspired by photographs.
3D Murals Painted on the Sides of Buildings
These scenes of wrecked buildings and unique structures are actually huge three dimensional works of art done on the side of buildings. Since he first started back in 2002, John Pugh has been fooling many for years with his 3D murals.Read More
Mosaic of pop legend Michael Jackson using 250,000 paintbrushes by artist Saimir Strati
Boston.com has put together a collection of more than 30 world records and record attempts around the world.Read More
The converted Hummer H2, which made its debut last week in New York City’s Central Park, was drawn by two horses, Duke and Diesel. Complete with chrome, LED lighting, and a custom audio/video system, the carriage called CEO Stagecoach is a lavish ride for its rich clients.Read More
These creative sculptures are cast in resin and hand painted designs that are available as a trumpet, piano, clarinet, and guitar. Priced at $30.Read More
Frank Buchwald is a German designer who has created an inspiring series of lamps. The idea, he says, was developed over many years of dealing with mechanical artifacts of the industrial age.Read More
America’s Stonehenge located in Maryhill, Washington
Sam Hill’s Stonehenge, built to scale out of reinforced concrete, was dedicated in 1918 — the first World War I monument in America — but it wasn’t finished until twelve years later.Read More
Small black acrylic artwork has an Internet connection to place itself for sale every week
How much would you pay for artwork that you could only own for a week? Well, the current price for artist Caleb Larsen's piece stands at $4,000 and its eBay auction is set to run another 4 days.Read More
Nick Veasey creates X-ray images that reveal the inner workings of familiar objects - from the components of a notebook computer - to the anatomy of a Boeing 747. The 747
X-Ray image took Veasey more than three months to create.Read More