Valencia based duo Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís, loves to travel the world in search of interesting perspective and geometry related to architecture. On their instagram, they have been crafting photographs that use both each other and architecture as characters.
The Hollander hotel in Chicago is a new design and social space, where visitors are encouraged to connect with each other before arrival via Instagram. The interior, conceived by French studio Delordinaire, allows guests to cross their paths and interact. Laundromat is located right next to the reception where one can enjoy a coffee while…
Thanks to his very accurate photoshop skills, Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov allows Caravaggio and Bouguereau’s muses and angels – (just to name a few) to be seamlessly integrated with daily life surroundings in Kiev and Naples.
Singapore based art director Danny NG, recently launch his Instagram to show off his photography skills. His minimal self-portraits and pictures obliterated by objects, textiles or those simply hidden from the viewers were made into introspective series to draw attention of the surrounding beauty and details.
Adam Hale’s ‘The Daily Splice’ project proves the best of art doesn’t necessarily require big funds. The mixed-media collages British artist has been sharing regularly since 2015 via his Instagram are created using London’s free magazines.
Sculpture-like geometric cakes by an Ukrainian pastry chef and Kharkov University Architecture School graduate Dinara Kasko are made using highly-advanced techniques such as mathematical Voronoi method or 3D mapping.
Helene, a French dreamer girl living in London who is fond of art and fashion thought it could be great to share her passion and created ‘As a Muse’ a blog and Instagram to create a link between art and fashion and to show you how art can inspire fashion designers.