Mechanical wolf sculpture by Andrew Chase created from scrap metal - NetDost.com

Mechanical wolf sculpture by Andrew Chase created from scrap metal - NetDost.com

Andrew Chase has created this robotic wolf sculpture from reclaimed materials. He uses discarded steel sheets, car parts and other industrial machinery to create these incredibly elaborate steam punk style sculptures. The best part about Andrew's sculptures is that they are dynamic. The sculpture's body parts can be moved in different angles to form different poses. The creation of these sculptures is a painstaking process and can take upto 120 hours to create.


If social networks were men, this is how they would look - NetDost.com

If social networks were men, this is how they would look - NetDost.com

Fashion photographer Victorija Pashuta reimagines social networks as guys. In her latest photo series called 'If guys were social Networks' Victorija shows guys attired in colors and style similar to popular social media sites like facebook, twitter, instagram, pintrest, tumblr, google, linkedin and flickr. The representation seems accurate but why the twitter guy has to look like Tintin.

Half woman half trash sculptures by Sit Haiiro - NetDost.com

Half woman half trash sculptures by Sit Haiiro - NetDost.com

Artist Sit Hairro tries to make powerful commentary with his sculpture series titled 'Trash' which was made in collaboration with Rob & Erik Hillenbrink. Trash is a set of 3 sculptures which shows women with their head inside trash. 

Composite photographs by Andrea Costantini mixes head shots with cityscapes - NetDost.com

Composite photographs by Andrea Costantini mixes head shots with cityscapes - NetDost.com

Washington based Italian artist Andrea Costantini creates composite images by adding cityscape and architectural images to portraits. The cityscapes are added over the head to make it appear like an artistic thought bubble. The series 'Where is my Mind' conveys the importance of places in our lives and thought space they command. 


Minimalistic illustrations highlighting the feminine beauty by Nadiia Cherkasova - NetDost.com

Minimalistic illustrations highlighting the feminine beauty by Nadiia Cherkasova - NetDost.com

Nadiia Cherkasova is an architect based in Ukraine. She creates beautiful illustrations featuring women in her spare time. The illustrations by Naddia are simplistic and use minimal light toned colors. 

Figurative wood sculptures inhabiting architectural spaces by Peter Demetz - NetDost.com

Figurative wood sculptures inhabiting architectural spaces by Peter Demetz - NetDost.com

Sculptures by Peter Demetz comes with their own surrounding, this small setup is like a 3D sculptural scene in itself. The approach is very modern in spite of using a very traditional medium of wood. The sculptures are small which can be hung on walls. Its extremely different to sculpt small figurines in wood with the amount of detail and perfection that Peter Demetz demonstrates in his works. Peter lives and works in the small town of Ortisei in Italy.


Whimsical and erotic illustrations by Keith P. Rein - NetDost.com

Whimsical and erotic illustrations by Keith P. Rein - NetDost.com

Athens based artist Keith P Rein creates illustrations that are erotic and playful. The pose and expressions are almost pornographics but yet have a jolly element to it. Keith uses a Wacom tablet and photoshop to create his illustrations. 


Beautiful water themed realistic paintings by Eric Zener - NetDost.com

Beautiful water themed realistic paintings by Eric Zener - NetDost.com

California based artist Eric Zener has been painting for the last 25 years. Water is a central element in most of his works, from underwater paintings to paintings of beaches. Eric spent his childhood in a sea side community which could be the reason why water plays a central role in his paintings.  Zener's work has been exhibited internationally at major galleries and museums. 


Intricate architecture of Iranian Mosques captured in Kalaedosopic photographs by Mohammad Ganji - NetDost.com

Intricate architecture of Iranian Mosques captured in Kalaedosopic photographs by Mohammad Ganji - NetDost.com

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji is an physics student from Iran who takes breathtaking architectural photographs of Mosques. He tries to capture wide angle pictures of whole architecture in a single frame. He uses fish eye and panoramic lenses for his symmetry highlighting photographs. Sometimes he joins 3 or more photographs to provide a composite view of the whole architecture.  He is a self taught photographer and has learned mostly by talking to other photographers and watching tutorials on Internet. 

The treacherously beautiful Beachy Head chalk cliffs of England - NetDost.com

The treacherously beautiful Beachy Head chalk cliffs of England - NetDost.com

At the height of 530 feet Beachy head is the highest chalk cliff in UK. This beautiful place also features among the most notorious suicide spots in the world. The place witnesses around 20 suicides every year in spite of heavy patrolling. Since the cliff is formed of chalk, the edges frequently erode and fall off into the sea making it a very dangerous place.