Sculpture Dreams by antonis

– Welcome to the first World Psychotherapy Art Museum. Here we instill emotions into a pot full of solid materials creating solutions for a balanced life! – “If you have been searching for many years to discover the “Meaning of Life”, forget it. It doesn’t exist! Start trying to invent your own” Sculpture Dreams by […]

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Cinematic scenes painted by Wilhelm Sasnal

Multi-disciplinary artist Wilhelm Sasnal explores contemporary visual culture by working with found images sourced from newspapers, magazines, and the internet. Sasnal’s paintings juxtapose broad swirling brush strokes with precise, flatly rendered details. Abstracted landscapes surround small human and animal figures in limited color palettes. Although the artist frequently works in oil on canvas, his work […]

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Ceramics by Heesoo Lee

Artist Heesoo Lee uses multi-layered techniques to form intricate trees, complete with leaves and branches, that seem to grow out of her functional ceramic vessels. Lee’s careful use of color establishes a seasonal mood in each of her works, some evoking the warm tones and fallen leaves of autumn, while others capture the barren beauty […]

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Geometric animals come to life in DIY lamp kits by OWL
Geometric animals come to life in DIY lamp kits by OWL

OWLpaperlamps Original DIY papercraft lamps made in Portugal OWL, a Lisbon-based lamp brand founded by two architects in 2016, offers a wide range of friendly wild animals that can be turned into volumetric lamps using simple folding techniques. As you might guess, OWL offers a few different owl designs, as well as roaring hippos, curious […]

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Portraits of wild animals by Melissa Groo

Melissa Groo is a wildlife photographer, writer, and conservationist with a passion for educating people about the marvels of the natural world. She believes that photography can be both fine art and a powerful vehicle for storytelling, and considers herself a “wildlife biographer” as much as a wildlife photographer. It is her mission to raise […]

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Watercolor studies by Stephanie Tan

“My study on values using muter colors. A good way to sharpen perception on form.” Stephanie Victoria Tan is a Filipino graphic designer and illustrator from the humble city of Davao. Designer in profession, yet artist at heart, she knows the fine line between art and design. Her aim is to make good designs with […]

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London after dark, street photography by Luke Holbrook
London after dark, street photography by Luke Holbrook

Stunning street shots at night by Luke Holbrook, a talented self-taught photographer, retoucher, and urban explorer currently based in London, England. Luke focuses on urban and street photography. He is a master of night photography. Holbrook captures fantastic long-exposure photos, complete with light trails from moving cars. He uses Sony a7III camera. Luke Holbrook: instagram […]

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Digital art by Romain Bonnet
Digital art by Romain Bonnet

“A former professional flamenco guitarist, I took my musical retreat in the South of France to dedicate myself to another form of art that allows me to associate several forms of artistic expressions, such as painting or manipulated photography. Even if the technique is important, I focus mainly on the image so that it makes […]

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Dope poppies, photography by Tatiana Korchemkina

Bright photos of red poppies on flowering fields. Photo for interior design. The fields of red poppies make an indelible impression. Red expanses stretch for many kilometers. As red banners of victory or as a silk train of Carmen. You can arrange your room or just make a gift for your beloved. Tatiana Korchemkina: website […]

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