British photographer Tony Hammond fills his Instagram account with stark photos that he’s shot with his iPhone that feature minimalist compositions and stark contrasts. For more of his work check out his Instagram. 

(Source: instagram.com)

Reflection Field

American artist Phillip K Smith III (Previously) for this year’s Coachella festival, created an installation of shiny cuboids that by day provided a series of mirrors, but by night were transformed into neon towers of light

  • Posted 1 week ago
  • August 19th, 2014

988 Likes & Reblogs

Aquatic Wildlife

Singapore-based artist Keng Lye renders beautiful scenes of fish, turtles and other aquatic animals on to repurposed containers using acrylic paint.

(Source: thisiscolossal.com)

  • Posted 2 weeks ago
  • August 15th, 2014

1411 Likes & Reblogs

Paper cuts

Paper artist Maude White cuts meticulous depictions of birds, people, leaves and other compositions embedded with hidden scenes and stories. Each piece can involve thousands of minute cuts giving the works an extreme feel of density and texture. 

(Source: thisiscolossal.com)

  • Posted 2 weeks ago
  • August 14th, 2014

561 Likes & Reblogs

Tornadoes of Light

Martin Kimbell is a photographer from England who utilizes LEDs and long exposure techniques to create airborne light forms that seem like trails of otherworldy spacecraft. 

(Source: thisiscolossal.com)

  • Posted 3 weeks ago
  • August 11th, 2014

1567 Likes & Reblogs

The Great Traveling Art Exhibit

UK artist Ben Long has created a series of elaborate drawings on dirty rear shutters of trucks.

(Source: benlong.co.uk)

  • Posted 3 weeks ago
  • August 11th, 2014

229 Likes & Reblogs

Stained Glass Paper

Virginia-based artist Eric Standley creates stained glass windows created entirely from laser-cut paper. Standley stacks well over 100 sheets for many of his pieces which involve months of planning, drawing, and assembly.

(Source: thisiscolossal.com)

  • Posted 3 weeks ago
  • August 7th, 2014

462 Likes & Reblogs

Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red,

To commemorate the centennial of Britain’s involvement in the First World War, ceramic artist Paul Cummins and stage designer Tom Piper conceived of a staggering installation of ceramic poppies planted in the famous dry moat around the Tower of London. 

(Source: thisiscolossal.com)


Canadian artist Joel Brochu, a fine art student, meticulously created the piece using 221,184 coloured sugary balls usually used on cakes and ice cream. Using double-sided sticky tape to attach the myriad sprinkles to a board using a customised template.

(Source: artstormer.com)

  • Posted 3 weeks ago
  • August 5th, 2014

415 Likes & Reblogs