Despite the evolution of typography, with the advent of technology and various software, UK-based graphic designer Seb Lester proves that the art of hand-lettering is not dead. The artist’s experience
Busan is the second largest metropolis after Seoul with a population of about 3.6 million. It’s also the largest port city in South Korea and it has Korea’s largest beach and longest river. High-rise and
Illustrator Ben Chen’s dark sense of humor and love of pop culture result in incredibly imaginative and clever illustrations. Chen, whose work we’ve previously shared, creates digital artworks that are
What happens when you take one of the most feared creatures from the beloved "Harry Potter" series of books and films and put it out on the streets of Los Angeles to prank a series of unsuspecting muggles?
“Two's company, three's a crowd” may be a proverb for those scared of groups, but it's also a handy way of remembering your Chinese. The character for person looks a bit like someone walking in profile:
These stunning portraits show Siamese fighting fish seemingly floating in mid air, displaying their long, flowing fins and brilliant colours. Thai photographer Visarute Angkatavanich uses specialist lighting
For the December 2012 issue of National Geographic, photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols journeyed to the Sequoia National Park in California in order to capture this image of the President, a giant sequoia
Many photographers share a fascination with discontinued film stock–shooting on film that’s in danger of extinction seems to lend their work a rare, enchanted flavor. New York–based photographer Daniel