The beautiful Xiying rainbow bridge in Taiwan - NetDost.com

The beautiful Xiying rainbow bridge in Taiwan - NetDost.com

The Xiying rainbow bridge is located in Magong, Penghu County in Taiwan. The pedestrian bridge looks normal during the day but as the night falls it turns into something truly out of the world. The Rainbow bridge is lined with a thin strip of neon lights that not only illuminates the bridge but also casts a beautiful rainbow into the water below. 

Scenic landscape photography of Iceland by Kilian Schonberger - NetDost.com

Scenic landscape photography of Iceland by Kilian Schonberger - NetDost.com

Beautiful photographs of Iceland captured by cologne based photographe r 

Kilian Schonberger.  He was also lucky enough to capture northern lights. The mesmerizing beauty of Iceland's natural beauty is truly breathtaking. 


The beauty of female form captured in sculptural nudes by Guido Argentini - NetDost.com

The beauty of female form captured in sculptural nudes by Guido Argentini - NetDost.com

Photographer Guido Argentini's silver painted models looks as if they have formed out of molten metal. The photoseries titled Argentum is available in a book published by teNeus which consists of 100s of images of women in silver paint shot since 1995. Argentini in this series creates a contrast between the dance poses of the models and geometrical shapes. The use of silver paint adds more abstractness to the images, the replacement of the skin color itself makes the viewer think of the subject as an object of art.


Extreme stone balancing by Michael Grab is simply out of the world - NetDost.com

Extreme stone balancing by Michael Grab is simply out of the world - NetDost.com

Artist Michael Grab creates impossible structures by placing stones on top of each other. There is no artistic trick involved in this, it all works on balance and gravity. These stone sculptures require utmost amount of patience and skill. A slight shake of hand could derail the whole work, Grab's movement has to be extremely calculated to create something so delicate, even the movement created by the process of breathing has to be controlled. These stone towers look oblivious to the laws of physics.

Mallory Morrison captures the poetic beauty of women underwater - NetDost.com

Mallory Morrison captures the poetic beauty of women underwater - NetDost.com


Mallory morrison's underwater photoseries titled fog shows feminine figures underwater in lifeless yet gracious form. The hues are mild and the ambiance is misty which adds to a surreal an dreamlike effect. 

Mind bending 3d sketches by Mohammad Shkour - NetDost.com

Mind bending 3d sketches by Mohammad Shkour - NetDost.com

Iranian artist Mohammad Shkour creates 3D anamorphic sketches that seem to jump out of pages. Mohammad's subjects are often simple everyday objects created with astounding realism. 


Elephant sculpture carved out of huge 400 KG pumpkin - NetDost.com

Elephant sculpture carved out of huge 400 KG pumpkin - NetDost.com



Huge 400kg pumpkin was carved to create a playful sculpture of an elephant by Pumpkin Sculpt USA. The sculpture was created at Bronx Zoo to create awareness about the African Elephant poaching. Everyday 96 elephants are killed for their ivory in Africa. The Ephemeral nature of Pumpkin carving also makes a point about how elephants could become extinct if not taken care.

Demonized paintings of famous personalities by Kim Byungkwan - NetDost.com

Demonized paintings of famous personalities by Kim Byungkwan - NetDost.com

Korean artist Kim Byungkwan paints a popular image that is instantaneously recognizable then he deconstructs them to break what he calls as the visual habit. According to the artist he tries to replace familiar visions with strangeness, he wants the viewer to break away from visual familiarity and step into a world that is strange. 

Sea of red poppies at tower of London created using 888246 ceramic poppies by Paul Cummins - NetDost.com

Sea of red poppies at tower of London created using 888246 ceramic poppies by Paul Cummins - NetDost.com

The art installation titled 'Blood swept land and seas of Red' is created in remembrance of soldiers of the common wealth who lost their lives in World War I. The art installation created at tower of London features 888246 red ceramic poppies - one for each soldier killed during the war. 8000 volunteers have contributed in planing these huge number of ceramic flowers. This stupendous art installation is the brain child of artist Paul Cummins.


Hyperrealistic human sculptures by Marc Sijan - NetDost.com

Hyperrealistic human sculptures by Marc Sijan - NetDost.com

Marc Sijan is known among the world's top most hyperrealistic artist. Marc creates extremely real life size sculptures of common people whom we encounter on a daily basis like the security guard or an obese guy. Attention is given to every detail like a mild blemish, veins and even the pores on the skin. Marc Sijan  is based out of Milwaukee and has an advanced degree in Arts from UW Milwaukee.