Watch artist/designer Jonathan Harris sketch an anamorphic optical illusion that makes it appear as if there's a 3-dimensonal hole in a simple sheet of paper.
As part of an annual tradition, British photographer Peter Thorpe dresses his dog Raggle up in various costumes for his Christmas cards.
Each photo is created using elaborate props as opposed to Photoshop, and for 2014, they went with a mouse theme.
This year will be her last, however, as she will be retiring from modeling due to her old age, according to his blog.
Here are a few of the photos from previous years, and you can view more on his website.
In her new series "Thanksgiving Special," Hannah Rothstein imagines what turkey dinner might look like through the eyes of some famous artists. She's also selling limited edition prints of the photos, with a portion of the proceeds going to a local food bank.
Basically yes kids, play with your food. Because art.
With just a pencil and some paper, 15-year-old João A. Carvalho can create cool, 3D effects that make his drawings pop out of the page through a combination of line manipulation and shading.
Here is some of his amazing work, and you can view more on his Facebook page.
Before there were iPhones, there were paint brushes.
Now, Olivia Muus, a designer and marketer from Denmark, has merged the two types of media into something new entirely: the portrait selfie.
Surely, this was the original artist's intent.
Master pumpkin carver ceemdee has been carving pumpkins for Halloween for years. Focusing primarily on video games, she has over 100 carvings in her deviantART gallery, and hopefully she keeps carving for years to come. Ladies and gentlemen, the bar has been set.