The visually stunning field of tilt-shift photography became a fairly big thing in the Web a couple of years ago. It uses a special lens that gives a real-world scene the illusion of being a miniature model.
"A snorkeler swims over life-size statues near Cancún, Mexico.
These haunting, frightening images are the work of Isaac Cordal, who creates and poses tiny cement sculptures to reveal a dystopian vision of a sinking world. When he's done photographing them, Cordal leaves the figures in place:
A beautiful video clip that shows tiny origami creations being unfolded on water.
"Flotilla is a video of micro-origamis (2 ou 3 centimeters long) which are opening slowly onto the surface of the water by capillarity."
"Louis Wain was often held up as THE classic example of a schizophrenic artist. In the final years of his life, Wain's cats became more abstract and less whimsical. His once playful cats began to resemble fearsome, almost kaleidoscopic, Hindu deities. Many psychological textbooks feature drawings from various stages in the artist's career to show the progression of Wain's schizophrenia. It has been suggested more recently that he had Asperger's syndrome and visual agnosia as well"