I follow so many tattoo artists that I could probably have a site about that subcategory of creativity alone! My current favorite is Astrid Elisabeth, a true creative whirlwind who moves between tattooing, illustrating, and creating music with ease. Most of her art depicts the human body, some of it on the X-rated side, through line drawings and a subtle use of color.
1/Edward Hopper’s paintings are brought to life by film director Gustav Deutsch. 2/Ralph Graf documents the emptiness of abandoned houses and military bases. 3/In Pizza Hunt friends travel the world taking photos of old Pizza Huts. 4/Laura Zalenga creates dreamscapes inspired by the Brothers Grimm. 5/Lee Stewart‘s minimal tattoo style mimics brushstrokes. 6/Haruka Misawa‘s 3D printed waterscape aquariums. 7/Molekule, the molecular air purifier. 8/A wheelchair that might actually change lives. 9/Truck-A-Float, a hotel in Rockaway. 10/Vivid Sydney cloaks the city is a display of vibrant lights.
1/Jidouhanbaiki is a photo series that explores Japan’s obsession with vending machines 2/Chihiro Ogura creates cookie masterpieces inspired by cultural Japanese motifs 3/Inks, a modernist art app disguised as a pinball puzzler 4/Rippling liquid marble mimics a flowing river in Petit Loire5/Serpentine tattoos by Mirko Sata weave black and white ink together 6/A model painted with glowing makeup lights up beautifully under UV light in Neon Dream7/Paper flowers by Haruka Misawa8/Hair stenciling in the new trend everyone will be trying 9/France has a wine theme park, La Cité du Vin10/The Beach Vault will keep your stuff from getting stolen at the beach