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Ballerina XV, photography by Lazaro Casas

Ballerina XV, photography by Lazaro Casas

Portratis for a fifteen years old ballerina Lazaro Casas: website
Spirit of Onna-bugeisha, photography by Lee Howell

Spirit of Onna-bugeisha, photography by Lee Howell

Spirit of Onna-bugeisha A series of dynamic feminine portraits inspired by my recent visit to Japan, for the World Photographic Cup in Yokohama. For this series I wanted to produce a set of dynamic images, which also embody a sense of strength, honour and femininity within a contemporary fashion context. We wanted our fashion model...
Giorgio Cravero - Colors - Hasselblad Masters Winner!

Giorgio Cravero – Colors – Hasselblad Masters Winner!

“Men are poison for the earth. Behind this work there’s the story of what we are and of our arrogance when we think that we really count. Nature will outlive us: in the fruit and toxic vegetables, where color slides away, there’s the upper part which firmly holds the color of life. Do we really...
Intricate Afro Hairstyles, photography by J.D. 'Okhai Ojeikere

Intricate Afro Hairstyles, photography by J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere

Widely regarded as one of the greatest 20th century African photographers, J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere earned international acclaim through his Hairstyle series; a personal project begun in 1968, which grew to encompass 1,000 photographs spanning 40 years. The hairstyles Ojeikere presents range from being purely decorative to symbols with precise meanings. Some designs are paraded on...
Harmony and her Inner Voice, illustration by Typhaine Le Gallo

Harmony and her Inner Voice, illustration by Typhaine Le Gallo

Children’s book, Author Andrée Gendron, Carte Blanche publisher, 2015. “Young girl Harmony has a hard time to deal with her newly discovered inner voice. This voice poorly advises Harmony and tries to manipulate her. I chose to visually represent her inside voice with animals.” You can find art prints of this series on Society6 shop...
Pixel-Pusha's 20 Day Binge, digital art by Brian Pollett

Pixel-Pusha’s 20 Day Binge, digital art by Brian Pollett

A painting from scratch every day for 20 consecutive days, influenced by different psychoactive chemicals. Brian Pollett: website / instagram
Derek Gores recycles magazines portraits

Derek Gores recycles magazines portraits

In his collage portraits, Derek Gores recycles magazines, labels, data, and assorted found analog and digital materials to create the works on canvas. “I like my pictures to barely come together with teasing little details. Sort of like how the mind can’t help but wander, even when trying to focus on one thing. In the...
"I like my doll, I hate it...", photography by Anastasia Rybakova

“I like my doll, I hate it…”, photography by Anastasia Rybakova

(My twin sister) Anastasia Rybakova: instagram / tumblr
Night Terrors Series, illustration by Adam S Doyle

Night Terrors Series, illustration by Adam S Doyle

Series of eerie, dream-like demons “I’m an artist & illustrator, exhibiting in New York City, Utah, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Europe. My love of literature has me regularly illustrating book covers for publishers in the States and abroad. I also enjoy contributing to game cards, magazines, album covers, show posters, and new media. I’ve...
Lorenzo Quinn's Support sculpture braces Ca' Sagredo Hotel at the Venice Art Biennale 2017

Lorenzo Quinn’s Support sculpture braces Ca’ Sagredo Hotel at the Venice Art Biennale 2017

On display until november 26th outside the Ca’ Sagredo Hotel in Venice, Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn‘s Support sculpture features two large hands emerging from the grand canal for the Venice Art Biennale 2017. Represented by the Halcyon Gallery, the massive sculpture aims to make a statement on the effects of global warming. Quinn, known to...
Vicky Drachmann Retouch for ph. Henrik Adamsen

Vicky Drachmann Retouch for ph. Henrik Adamsen

Retouch for ph. Henrik Adamsen for No.3 Magazine Vicky Drachmann Retouch: website
Giant lion carved from single tree by 20 people

Giant lion carved from single tree by 20 people

A giant wooden sculpture of a roaring lion now stands proudly in a Central Chinese city square, and the journey it took to get there makes it all the more spectacular. The Oriental Lion, as it has been dubbed, was carved from a single redwood tree trunk over the span of 3 years. Established Chinese...

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