Professional photographer duo Davide Luciano and Claudia Ficca, the married couple, created new photographic series named “My Potholes” against annoying cracks and holes in the surface of big city streets. The artists took pictures in the streets of New York City, Los Angeles, Toronto and Montreal and turned them into imaginative and witty scenes that remind us concern about everyday environment.
Ingenious and surreal photograph series against city potholes
Human skull and bones made of sugar - Great for reducing weight!
Artistic sculptures and furniture made out of driftwood
Dying is Forever - Memorial diamonds made of cremated human remains
Optical illusion murals by anonymous street artist
Street art creatures by David Zinn
Unique book kind of cool
Funny photo manipulations of animals
Street artist paints intimate portraits on wall of abandoned buildings that look like they're tellin...
Creative library building
Street art in nooks and crannies by French artist Cal
Han Solo in Carbonite decal sticker for Star Wars fan
Humorous and creative flies art
Creative floating movie theater
Creative outdoor advertising by IBM and Ogilvy & Mather France
When food meets fashion - Impressive photo series of food clothing
Amazing street art on the sidewalks of different cities
Tranform a school gym into art by a black marker
Eye-catching three-dimensional street illusion
Cool rings made from old coins
Animal sketches based on the dirty cars