Drawing in the customers in Mogadishu
Somalian mural artist Muawiye Hussein Sidow, also known as 'Shik Shik', is the man responsible for the art that features on more than 100 shops, including barbers, tea shops and supermarkets across Mogadishu.Open this photogallery >
South Korean barista Lee Kang-bin is taking coffee art to the next level, creating miniature imitations of famous paintings on foamy cups of java at his central Seoul cafe.Open this photogallery >
Sculptures In Sand
Creations from the Sand Sculpture Festival "Disney Sand Magic" in Ostend, Belgium.Open this photogallery >
Art on the move in Pakistan
They pollute the roads and chug along at a snail's pace, but to their Pakistani owners the rickety trucks are moving pieces of art, commanding attention with garish portraits of flowers, Islamic art, and snow-capped Himalayan peaks.Open this photogallery >
The Sydney Vivid Light Festival
Visitors take in the Sydney Vivid Festival of light and sound.
It looks amazing.
The Walled Off Hotel by Banksy
The Walled Off hotel by Banksy opened it's door for visitors in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. The views are great.Open this photogallery >
Behind the scenes at the Harbin Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival
Every year we post a set of images from the Harbin International Snow & Ice Sculpture Festival and every year they look amazing.
To create it takes a lot of work.
Check out the 2016, 2015 and 2014 sets.
Burning Man 2016
The Burning Man festival in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada is the world's most creative festival.
You need to be creative to get there and you need to be creative to survive there. Being of open mind also helps to soak i all that you will see, feel and experience.
Etanis Gonzalez has a Wall Of Dolls in Venezuela
Etanis Gonzalez is an artist and a collector of dolls. He has combined the two by making this wall of dolls in his home town. Pretty creepy if you ask me.Open this photogallery >
Sydney’s Festival Of Light Looks Vivid
The annual Vivid Sydney light festival is underway with installations and projections illuminating the city. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.Open this photogallery >
The Post-It Note Art War Of New York City
A conversation conducted using sticky Post-it notes on the windows of two offices in Lower Manhattan has delighted passersby and drawn a number of neighboring advertising agencies to join what is now a highly contested art battle.
It all began when employees at one firm, Havas Media, replied to an anonymous "HI" message that was left across from its office building on Canal Street. There are now hundreds of colorful notes decorating windows in the area.
Made from millions of matchsticks
For the last 40 years, Janusz Urbanski, a former Polish miner and ironworker, has harbored a passion to build replicas of objects, buildings and famous sites with just matchsticks and glue.Open this photogallery >