Castle girl, photography by Jovana Rikalo
Castle girl, photography by Jovana Rikalo

“Photography has become my greatest love. Capturing emotions and milestones is now a big part of who I am, and the whole idea of perfectly freezing special moments & feelings pushes me to take risks, get creative and learn as much as I can about the art of photo editing. When it comes to style […]

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The observatory, digital art by Anxo Vizcaíno

‘The Observatory’ is a place between dimensions that escapes the laws of scale and physical limitations. An ethereal hall made of stars and space dust, a transit area before arriving at the place where we came from. This is a collection of personal illustrations that I wanted to create about the cosmic order, the spiritual […]

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Pixelated cubes, figurative wooden sculptures by Han Hsu-Tung

Taiwanese artist Han Hsu-Tung skillfully carves figures from blocks of wood, adding and eliminating cubed segments that make each bird, hand, and human look as if they are morphing into a monochromatic array of pixels. The works hint to our relationship with the screen, presenting the increasingly distracted way in which we view the world. […]

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MUSE: Simulation Theory – Album Art by Kyle Lambert

MUSE: SIMULATION THEORY ALBUM COVER ART DESIGN & ILLUSTRATION: KYLE LAMBERT ART DIRECTION: MUSE & JESSE LEE STOUT GRAPHIC DESIGN: JESSE LEE STOUT & ALEX TENTA “I was contacted by Muse to create an illustrated album cover for their new studio album, Simulation Theory, released on 9 November 2018. The art combines Matt, Dom and […]

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Food for Thoughts [Hunger], painting by Nicolas Skorupka
Food for Thoughts [Hunger], painting by Nicolas Skorupka

White dry watercolor on black paper Sketches inspired by Kafka’s short story “The Hunger Artist” Abstract: A man makes his living by exhibiting himself in a cage at local fairs, the whole interest for the audience being to see him fasting to the utmost point of physical decay, thus becoming an object of horrible fascination. […]

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Surrealist sculptures by Ellen Jewett
Surrealist sculptures by Ellen Jewett

Ellen Jewett effortlessly blends animals with elements from their environments, creating ceramic pieces that often balance unexpected species together in a singular piece. Each work is highly detailed—flowers, leaves, and vines wrapping themselves around animals from coyotes to chameleons. By focusing on negative spaces within the animals’ bodies, Jewett strips away the weight of her […]

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Stunning drone photos of roads by Fabian Frost
Stunning drone photos of roads by Fabian Frost

Adorable aerial shots by Fabian Frost, a talented photographer, and drone pilot from Berlin, Germany who’s been snapping up amazing photos of the country’s landscapes and roads. Fabian explores different types of landscapes with a drone, including urban, agricultural, and forest landscapes. Fabian Frost: instagram Via: photogrist.com

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Hand-sewn portraits by Sheena Liam

Malaysian-born artist and model Sheena Liam creates self-portraiture through dark green thread and embroidery hoops. The hand-sewn images imitate her own subtle gestures from her day-to-day life, focusing on rituals of self care. “In a strange way modeling parallels my art in the sense I often have to use body language as means of expressing […]

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Studies for Vincent, illustration by Stephen Stone

Initial studies for Vincent van Gogh. Ink/Pencil on A4 Moleskine sketchbook Stephen illustrates for both commercial and contemporary markets. During the past 5 years, he has been successful in generating over 30 published picture-books: working with many high profile publishers such as Oxford University Press, Harper Collins, Franklin Watts, Five Mile Press, Parragon, and Pearson. […]

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