There are so many unexpected images in the photostream of Beijing-based photographer Jeremy O’Sullivan it was impossible to select just a handful to show you. It’s worth flipping through all 700 of his photos to discover treasures like these. (via things caught in michael’s eye)
A fun aerodynamic snowflake from photographer Simon Gardiner (previously). Best viewed really big.
Matt Wisniewski uses images discovered via Tumblr to create these surreal digital collages, blending fashion and beauty with the natural world. Beautiful. (via moufles)
New work by Sweden-based artist and fashion designer Bec Wonders who is experimenting with painting on top of her photography. (via sweet station)
Though I’m enjoying numerous photos by Nicholas Kennedy Sitton, these three twisty architectural shots really jumped out at me. (via fasels suppe)
Just discovered these fun collages and illustrations by Moscow-based artist Philipp Igumnov. He strikes an intriguing balance in his work with many pieces being laugh-out-loud ridiculous while others are filled with a sort of sad, dreamlike melancholy. Whatever he’s doing, it works, and I found myself sad when I reached the end of his gallery so quickly.
Filmmaker James Miller captured the destruction of the British United Shoe Machinery Company in Leicester and decided to throw it in reverse slow motion. The results are totally surreal and wonderful. The music is ‘Moon – Welcome to Lunar Industries’ by Clint Mansell. (via vimeo)
High Wheel is a fun video project by Maider Lopez where he effectively removes the main structure of a ferris wheel by using chroma key (the same concept as using green screen, except in this instance kind of in reverse). Made for the OK Center for Contemporary Art. (via lustik, i heart my art)