Roman artist Stefano Bolcato has a series of paintings featuring LEGO minifigs going about their daily routines. The carefully arranged LEGO minifigs would first be photographed, and then subsequently painted based on the captured shots.
The designer first hand-draws the entire alphabet to get an idea of how every letter is folded and form—he then makes the typeface with generous amounts of confetti and party streamers, the two essential items used in every carnival celebration.
Photographer Henning Rogge explored the quiet forests in Germany to look for old craters that were created by World War II bombs. The craters, or scars as Rogge calls them, were created by bombs dropping from planes.
Japanese artist Daisuke Ichiba has a series of disturbing illustrations that depict female characters in chaotic scenarios. Drawn in dire states, the female characters often have missing features like an eye or limbs.
Illustrator Takako Handa gives cardboard boxes of Japanese brands a new lease of life by creating whimsical characters out of them. From a jolly cowboy to a pair of miniature brown bears, check out more of her creative handicraft here.