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Mikäel Surget: World Famous, damaged mannequins of Toronto

Mikäel Surget: World Famous, damaged mannequins of Toronto

“World Famous a birthday trip to kensington market sparked a mannequin hunt. i know they are inanimate objects, but i see pain and struggle” “The photos I take capture a moment in time in which I seek to find an element that resonates with the journey I am on. Deconstructing the image, like I have...
Peter Tsai: clouds and fog on skyscrapers in Chicago

Peter Tsai: clouds and fog on skyscrapers in Chicago

For 6 years, photographer Peter Tsai has been documenting the skyline of the city he lives in Chicago. Through his series called Cloud Chicago, he captures skyscrapers drowned by a dense fog and white clouds, at night and day. To get this height and these different perspectives, he accessed to the Hancock Observatory and the...
Hirschgold Extra, illustration

Hirschgold Extra, illustration

Hirschgold Extra is a vector artist from Germany. Hirschgold Extra: behance
Hula, surfboard muralist

Hula, surfboard muralist

Painter Sean Yoro, who goes by the name Hula, is painting murals in a distinctly Hawaiian way—on his surfboard. Hula, who is based in New York City but originally hails from the Aloha State, has grabbed the attention of the street-art world with this novel approach; his subjects, all women who appear to be bathing...
Mirrored Ziggurat by Shirin Abedinirad

Mirrored Ziggurat by Shirin Abedinirad

“In this installation I have been inspired by the pyramidal structure of Ziggurat, a common form of temple in ancient Mesopotamia, attempting to connect earth and sky, so humans could be nearer to god. The Mirrored Ziggurat acts as a staircase, which seeks to connect nature with human beings and to create union of ancient...
Under the Sea, digital photography by Janet Mitchell

Under the Sea, digital photography by Janet Mitchell

Janet Mitchell: website / behance
Piece of mind, digital photography by Josipa M.

Piece of mind, digital photography by Josipa M.

Josipa M.: deviantArt / behance
Martina Stipan: "digital landscapes inspired by my childhood memories"

Martina Stipan: “digital landscapes inspired by my childhood memories”

“I’m young Croatian 17-years-old artist Martina Stipan and I love doing digital landscape artworks. Since I was a child, I loved dreaming and always lived in my world of imagination. All of these are made in digital program Adobe Photoshop and some of them are even 3-years-old. It takes me around 2 hours to create...
Photographer shooting homeless people, discovers her dad among them

Photographer shooting homeless people, discovers her dad among them

Diana Kim grew up on the Island of Maui where her father was a photographer, which is where she first learned her trade. When her parents split, Kim began to live with friends and relatives, and she lost touch with her father who became “absent.” In 2003 Kim began a long-term photo-project about the homeless;...
"Between Light And It's Absence" at the Cultural Conference Center of Heraklion, Crete

“Between Light And It’s Absence” at the Cultural Conference Center of Heraklion, Crete

Teodosio Sectio Aurea, the painter of shadows, will be presenting his first personal exhibition in Crete!     The Athenian self-taught artist, Teodosio Sectio Aurea, creates unique pieces of art, using metal to create shadows. His complicated, almost chaotic metal artwork, seem to be beautiful but confusing to anyone looking at them for the first...
Tatiana Lazaryuk, plasticine pictures

Tatiana Lazaryuk, plasticine pictures

“A year ago I returned to my school hobby and began doing plasticine pictures – actually because I lost my drawing skills long ago and was too lazy to start learning again. And I found it more interesting to realize my creative ideas this way. Working with plasticine you can experiment a lot, try something...

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