La dualidad del mundo actual reflejada en 21 ilustraciones audaces
Every year, the Smithsonian.com Annual Photo Contest wows us with incredible images from around the world. For its 15th year, the competition received 48,000 submissions from photographers in 155 and territories in six categories. See 15 of the awe-inspiring images here!
Artist Carl Lavia has taken on an ambitious project to draw all 69 UK cities in extreme detail. And photographer Lorna Le Bredonchel is right there with him, documenting every step of the way.
In this brief video, London-based illustrator Guy Larsen finds inspiration in the shadow lines cast by a crumpled up ball of paper which he uses to draw a variety of distorted portraits. Being a talented artist makes this look easy, but it’s probably a fun exercise for anyone who wants to practice s
Short Trip is an interactive illustration by Australian artist Alexander Perrin. The meditative simulation places the player in the conductor’s seat of a cross-country train, allowing the user to use their arrow keys to go forwards or backwards through the game’s peaceful black and white countryside
No, las olas de frío polar no desmienten el calentamiento global
El presidente Donald Trump fue el primero en sembrar la polémica, pero otros muchos han cuestionado el cambio climático tras las heladas en EEUU y la nieve en el Sáhara. Confundir tiempo con clima es el principal error en estos casos.
Architecture student Adelina Gareeva drafts her work by hand, creating extremely detailed architectural portraits by putting pencil to paper rather than stylus to tablet. Gareeva has created an Instagram account for her laborious sketches, publishing drawings she’s completed of the Panthéon in Paris
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