Artwork for Affina Hotel Manhattan lobby. Eiko Ojala is a illustrator and graphic designer. He lives in Tallinn, Estonia. He works mostly digitally and draws everything by hand. Within his work process Eiko likes to study the forms of shapes, and to work closely with light and shadow. He likes to keep his illustrations minimal...
Visarute Angkatavanich gets incredibly close up to capture these stunning portraits of Siamese fighting fish in graceful, dancerly poses. The Thai photographer uses perfectly placed lighting to create the dramatic highlights and shadows that give personality to each little finned creature. Visarute Angkatavanich: 500px.com Via: mymodernmet.com
“I make pictures of pretty things and not so pretty things” Jenn Violetta: website / facebook
Antoine Jossé, 39 years old, Normandie (France), making paintings and sculptures. “Art is for me a prolongation of life; artists are the witnesses of their time which they translate through their sensibility and practice.” Antoine Jossé: facebook Find more about Antoine Jossé at schwindt-art.com
Maggie Piu: fashion games / Małgorzata Bieniek-Strączek
German photographer Michael Wesely has spent decades working on techniques for extremely long camera exposures — usually between two to three years. In the mid-1990s, he began using the technique to document urban development over time, capturing years of building projects in single frames. In 1997, he focused his cameras on the rebuilding of Potsdamer...
PEZ is an illustrator, painter and graphic designer from Nantes, France. His sketchbook is composed of portraits, concept characters etc. PEZ: website / behance Via: cuded.com
“Today I have little to say about my life… and maybe a lot of pictures to paint. Pictures that come to my head, to my mind and wait for me to choose, to decide… they await their time. Some of them will never be chosen. And… maybe their time will come. I often ask myself...
Métropolisson is a creative project by Parisian photographer Janol Apin that takes place on the many stations of the Paris Metro. Using the underground metro stops as the inspiration behind each image, Apin creates visual puns and anecdotal scenes that relate to their respective station names. Janol Apin: website Via: mymodernmet.com
Ecuador-based illustrator and art director Javier Pérez has been posting a fun series of photo illustrations over on his Instagram account. Javier Pérez: website / behance Via: thisiscolossal.com