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Lyosha Silaev, Stage design for opera The Flood by Igor Stravinsky

Lyosha Silaev, Stage design for opera The Flood by Igor Stravinsky

Stage Design for Opera The Flood by Igor Stravinsky Lyosha Silaev: behance
Illustration hand drawn by Henn Kim

Illustration hand drawn by Henn Kim

All illustrations are hand drawn by Henn Kim e-mail: hennkim@naver.com get prints: society6.com/hennkim get images: offset.com/artist/Henn+Kim Henn Kim: website / instagram © hennkim all rights reserved
Nothing to See, photography by Tim Tadder

Nothing to See, photography by Tim Tadder

Model: Jeana Turner @jeanaturner Body Paint: @lana_chromium on Instagram Post Production: Pratik Naik @solsticeretouch “As an American artist I am tired. I am tired of the acceptance of ignorance. I am tired of listening to a clown day after day tell me that what I see and what I hear is fake news. I am...
IRONic Feathers, photography by Cristina Venedict

IRONic Feathers, photography by Cristina Venedict

Designer: Laura Smarandache Model: Şteff Chelaru “I’ve always been fascinated by people, I like looking at them, studying their characteristics and their reactions to certain things.” Cristina Venedict: website
Some graphic improvisations by Nata Li

Some graphic improvisations by Nata Li

Nata Li: behance
Computer-generated jigsaw puzzles based on geological forms

Computer-generated jigsaw puzzles based on geological forms

Massachusetts-based design studio Nervous System writes unique computer programs that aim to imitate processes found in nature. These systems produce housewares and jewelry based on organic forms, creating pieces such as algae-inspired necklaces and 3D printed leaf-shaped lamps. The company recently designed a geode jigsaw puzzle modeled after slices of agate, a type of rock...
Milan in watercolour, paintings by Viktoria Kravchenko

Milan in watercolour, paintings by Viktoria Kravchenko

“I believe that art is about sincerity. Art should speak to your emotions, feelings, but not address to the intellect. In my watercolors, I want to tell you, how I feel good in this city, how cozy it’s here. To show you the way I find inspiration in Milan’s architecture and how this city is...
Who's that girl? photography by Elizaveta Porodina

Who’s that girl? photography by Elizaveta Porodina

In her experimental fashion and fine art photography, Elizaveta Porodina travels through time and space, extracting the underlying emotions in her entrancing productions. The Moscow born studied clinical psychologist plays with melancholic symbolism, sets connotations, sometimes ambiguous, sometimes honest and obvious – her range widely varying between cinematic, fashion and almost documentary imagery. Whether in...
Underwater portraits series, created by Staudinger + Franke

Underwater portraits series, created by Staudinger + Franke

This portraits series created by Staudinger + Franke staged men and women faces hidden in clear water. The variance of colors and elements offer an aesthetic diversity, where fishes, anemones or water vibrations blend with spread hairs. Staudinger + Franke: website Via: fubiz.net
NO, project by Melania Brescia

NO, project by Melania Brescia

NO forgive to forget final project for school E.A. San Telmo. 2013 Melania Brescia PRINTS FOR SALE: info@melaniabrescia.es Melania Brescia: website / flickr
Keep Unwrapping, illustrations sculpted using only Babybel wax

Keep Unwrapping, illustrations sculpted using only Babybel wax

A series of illustrations sculpted using only Babybel wax for the campaign ‘Keep Unwrapping’ – Agency: Leo Burnett Beirut, Lebanon – Chief Creative Officer: Bechara Mouzannar – Regional Executive Creative Directors: Andrè Nassar, Malek Ghorayeb – Creative Director: Bruno Bomediano – Senior Art Director: Valerio Mangiafico – Senior Copywriter: Matteo Maggiore – Illustrator Artist: Gianluca...
Sculptures of gentle monsters from polymer clay by Michelle Petersen

Sculptures of gentle monsters from polymer clay by Michelle Petersen

“I’ve always had a soft spot for the idea of “gentle monsters”. These little creature sculptures are meant to take things in nature that have always been considered “scary” and unwanted and present them as innocent and natural. Each sculpture is made primarily with polymer clay, combined with other materials including wire, glass, moss and...

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