New York, New York. The city has given flight to some of the biggest and most exciting artists and movements that the world has ever known. They say if you can make it there, then you can make it anywhere. Well, the visionary artists selected here have certainly done that. Full Article.

Nowadays it may be challenging for some of us to let go of our cellphones, tablets or desktop computers, even for brief moments. But if we were in the presence of a scenic view like the one shown here, we’d probably enjoy a moment without Wi-Fi connection. [Photos © Nicholas Roemmelt] View More.

Turin-based street art collective Truly Design have done it again. One of their new projects is a collaboration with the Polytechnic Federal School of Lausanne, as part of a “Art on Science” public exhibition, focused primarily on optical illusions. View More.

American artist Tony Mancia sometimes spends 10 hours custom designing a tattoo for a client. It takes some thought to come up with interesting compositions such as fusing late Gothic and Renaissance cathedrals with portraits of women. View More.

The delicate interplay of light and shadow is at work in the quietly provocative watercolours of artist Keinyo White. View More.

The desire to bring out the strangeness in the everyday is what drives South Korean painter Kim Byungkwan to make art. View More.

Living and working out of Oakland, California, visual artist Brendan Monroe weaves a magical spell in his work. View More.

The new Moxy Milan is seeking visual artists skilled in illustration, painting, or graffiti art to create an exclusive art piece that will be the cornerstone of the art collection at the hotel. Three finalists will then be selected to travel to Moxy Milan for the grand opening (round-trip flight and three-night stay), and there is more… you can win $3,000! The Deadline is September 22, 2014. Find out More | Enter the Competition

Barcelona-based artist Giselle Vitali has perfected a great style of anatomical illustrations. View More.

Chinese illustrator Yukai Du is finalizing a short animated movie titled, “Way Out,” based on Sherry Turkle’s book “Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other.” View Illustrations