Oxford, England-based Ben Newman works as a character artist on video games, but in his spare time he creates a lot of erotic and often times bizarre illustrations like these here.
A disappearing art of Hindu tradition is the decoration of holy cows in celebration of the Pongal, Wangala, Holi festivals. Italian photographer, Toni Meneguzzo spent five years traveling through several Indian states capturing a total of 92 holy cows adorned with garlands of fresh flowers, with decorations of colourful shiny trinkets, and with painted coats and horns. To further emphasize the artwork, the images were later edited to leave out the surroundings, placing the cows in front of a plain white backdrop.
Japanese artist Yuken Teruya transformed the waste products of consumerism—luxury gift bags—into cut paper trees that rise like fragile silhouettes from inside each bag.
The works are part of Teruya’s ongoing Notice – Forest series and seems like almost a miracle that each piece comes together as it does.
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