Sunset over Mobile Bay and Fairhope Pier. Fairhope, Alabama Stanley Nations: behance
ah black egg white photographie by Kenny Beele | more pictures: www.spofo.de egg on black and white Kenny Beele: behance
“Hi I’m Ai Natori, drawing illustration and more, based Tokyo. Small flowers are blooming properly in Tokyo. It is a diary of Tokyo small world. Continue to be selected in the future, to live with nature, continue with this picture diary.” Ai Natori: website
The Coral Reef Project Born, whit the preservation of the coral reef’s in the Peninsula de Yucatan, photography is an essential part of this project, to show the visitors the importance and complexity of this ecosystems and why we have to preserve the Reef’s. Life underwater is just fantastic Gerardo Aizpuru: behance
CPAPHARNAÜM is an artistic performance realized by the french street artist GRAFFMATT. His work fills the entire space of an apartment in a soon-to-be destroyed building. This ephemeral art project was made possible with Art’dep Association and La Maise Collective. CAPHARNAÜM Tour de la Misaine – Appartement A Aix-Les-Bains 2015 GRAFFMATT: website
Stroller company Quinny invented a different kind of baby carriage, called the Longboardstroller, that allows both parents and children to have fun on-the-go. As the name suggests, it’s part longboard and part stroller. The back part of the product features a longboard where parents can stand and kick to propel themselves forward, while the front...
“I’m an painter who works with acrylic paint on several backgrounds, I find my inspiration in popart, stencil art and graffiti. besides of that i’ll make portraits and do some sketching with charcoal.” Denny Stoekenbroek: behance
Erin Hanson is a life-long painter, beginning her study of oil painting at eight years old. As a teenager, she worked in a mural studio creating paintings for restaurants and casinos around the world. A graduate of UC Berkeley, Hanson studied Bioengineering while continuing to pursue her artistic passion. Inspired by rock climbing Red Rock...
“A personal development works, exploring identity on my ink and black style with colors.” Celine Wong: “An illustrator fascinated by women’s curves, beautiful features and human gestures. I use mixed media, traditional Chinese ink and digital. Applying calligraphy in my work helps to capture the natural flow of the female form.” – behance
Nomi Chi’s tattoos look like mostly finished pencil drawings. The Vancouver artist-student achieves this through her sketch-like style; the guiding lines and shapes used to compose the image are left in, giving the impression that you’re looking at an open sketchbook. “My interest in visual art was spurred by animation, so capturing movement is important...
Amandine Comte: website / instagram