Nom Kinnear King comes from Norfolk Countryside and creates oils imaginary female portraits.

This gallery subject is about girls that roam from town to town(like the artist does) in a patchwork old fashioned never world, where accordions and clarinets trail their steps, their joyful and curious

behaviour shadowed by sweet melancholy. Nom's interest in painting and art was first originated from her father who loved France and the Impressionists; being young she was frequently taken to art galleries. (more…)

German artist Patrick Faulwetter initially started designing as an architecture then moved into automotive design and later on he moved into concept design working for the entertainment industry.

On his website you will find lots of his artwork while in his blog you can review his concept sketches…

Being an orphan from a young age 16 years old Tshepo "Tuki" from Makuleke village in rural South Africa were lucky and skilled enough to see his work in the Museum of Modern Art(M.O.M.A.).

This young African boy "Tuki" was invited to N.Y.C. in order to see his "wire car" artwork being a part of the "Century of the Child" exhibition that runs at M.O.M.A. through 5th of November. His "wire car" artwork is made from recycled material and its a common toy in Makuleke village. (more…)

This is the famous Chinese Opera which belongs in the three oldest dramatic art forms in the world(along with Greece tragic comedy and Indian Sanskrit Opera).

Trey Ratcliff shot this beautifil pic where someone can see…

Some toilets are not as ordinary as we thought they would be!

Toilet Signs Gallery Credits http://news.ninemsn.com.au/glanceview/210590/readers-send-in-toilet-instructions.glance http://www.mindwerx.com/mex/creative-photo/1340/his-and-hers-rest-rooms

http://katztimc.wordpress.com/2007/02/22/offbeat-items-in-korea http://www.dannychoo.com/post/en/25763/Japanese+Toilet+Signs.html http://www.nicksfunnypics.co.uk/archives/134 http://ishi-kanekami.deviantart.com/art/Otaku-toilet-sign-187970745 http://www.outie.net/forums/viewthread.php?tid=41086 http://www.worldisround.com/articles/363140/photo30.html