Nicanor García is a sought-after travel and architecture photographer based in Barcelona. Take a look at some of this photographer’s astounding work.
I’ve reacently become a fan of North Carolina native Luke Pelletier. I was reading about his work in Juxtapoz magazine and got inspired to see and learn more.
Nastaran Farjadpezeshk is an Iranian photographer. I really like how she depicts the people of Iran in the shots that she takes.
I love it when Star Wars fans come up with their own original works of concept art. Below are some of my favorites that have been posted online during the last few months.
Imperial Storm Troopers on break. I just saw this and laughed.
Caves. Often they’re dark, damp and even a bit scary. Though many of them do provide a warm home and protection against the elements, after a while, they can be downright boring. Think about it. When it rains or snows outside, most modern humans can [Read more…]
Back at the turn of the century, India was perceived by many as a strange and mysterious land that few knew about and even fewer from the West could have ever dreamed of visiting.
In honor of the resilient French people and to remember them in their hour of need, below are some vintage Air France travel posters from over the years. Despite the tragedies that have occurred in Paris, the French people will always remain dear to our [Read more…]
This is a very interesting video and tells the story of two Kurdish musicians in the new Kurdistan of post-Saddam Iraq. One is Helly Luv, a pop star living in Finland the other a humble bazaar merchant with an amazing voice. Both represent Kurdistan in [Read more…]
On 28 January, 1846, a 12,000-strong British-Indian force led by General Sir Harry Smith faced off against approximately 20,000 Sikh troops under the command of Ranjodh Singh Majithia between the villages of Aliwal and Bhundri in the Punjab, northern India. Smith and his infantry drove [Read more…]
Argadol, or the person who goes by this nom de guerre, is a French pop and street artist. He is best known for his work that exhibits some sort of social commentary, examples of which can be found below.
If you’re wondering just what the term naïve art means, you’re not alone. It’s a term used to describe art that is supposedly simplistic or even childlike and popular during the 1960s and 70s. However, there’s nothing childlike about the Croatian Museum of Naïve Art. [Read more…]
This is just because I’m huge Star Wars fan and I love infographics. Artist Marc Morera has created an infographic for all six films of the Star Wars franchise. These provide a great refresher before Episode VII is released at the end of this year.
American artist Ralph McQuarrie is one of the best-known science fiction concept designers and illustrators of the last 40 years. His work includes such favorites Battlestar Galactica, E.T., Cocoon and or course, Star Wars. The following are from Star Wars: The Art of Ralph McQuarrie.
I don’t know from which old book this is from but these drawings of ancient Persian Achaemenian era soldiers are really awesome.