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Endless summer, project by Charis Tsevis

Endless summer, project by Charis Tsevis

Could we still dreaming of a problem-less summer in times like these? Do we have the right to forget the issues and still want to lay down at a pool? Can we still flirt, play with a ball or spoil ourselves with drinks and leisure? Can we feel the nostalgia of these far away summers...
Giles Clement uses 160-year-old camera equipment to create beautifully haunting portraits

Giles Clement uses 160-year-old camera equipment to create beautifully haunting portraits

Giles Clement is a contemporary photographer who likes to do things the old-fashioned way, because the Nashville-based creative makes eerily beautiful portraits uses camera equipment made in the 1800s. “My tintype images are created using equipment made more than 160 years ago,” writes the photographer on his website. “from an era when cameras were made...
Adam Saaks transforms ordinary clothing into high fashion using only a pair of scissors

Adam Saaks transforms ordinary clothing into high fashion using only a pair of scissors

Fashion designer Adam Saaks demonstrates the incredible power that a pair of scissors can wield. For over 14 years, he has refined a design technique that involves nothing more than shiny, razor-sharp blades and strategically-placed snips. With his tool and an eye for style, he cuts intricate motifs into ordinary bodysuits, dresses, and jumpsuits, transforming...
Nicobar pigeon, the closest living relative of the Dodo bird

Nicobar pigeon, the closest living relative of the Dodo bird

Ever heard of the Nicobar pigeon? It’s the closest living relative to the extinct flightless Dodo bird, and it’s absolutely stunning. Even though they’re relatives, The Nicobar pigeon looks nothing like the Dodo. One of their differences is the Nicobar’s luminous colors. It has reddish legs, a white tail, and is covered in blue, copper,...
Jardine and Gospel, quilled paper artworks by Lisa Nilsson

Jardine and Gospel, quilled paper artworks by Lisa Nilsson

Working with compact rolls of Japanese mulberry paper in a myriad of colors, artist Lisa Nilsson painstakingly creates anatomical figures and textile patterns using a centuries-old technique called quilling. In her latest artworks Jardine and Gospel, Nilsson was inspired by the patterns of an Islamic carpet and an 8th century gospel cover. The carpet piece...
Rain, sculpture by Nazar Bilyk

Rain, sculpture by Nazar Bilyk

Ukrainian artist Nazar Bilyk created this stunning 6-foot tall sculpture called “Rain” using bronze and glass. A huge raindrop stands suspended on the figure’s face as he looks up toward the sky. The work has several meanings including representing man’s delicate relationship with nature. The raindrop is a symbol of the dialogue which connects a...
Dark Velvet, fashion photography by Alice Berg

Dark Velvet, fashion photography by Alice Berg

DARK VELVET for The Forest Magazine Team: Model: Anetta@ WM, Paris Photography: Alice Berg Post-production: Sofia Zasheva Style: Sophie Ostrowska Makeup: Camille Lutz Hair: Yumiko Hikage Photography assistant: Clem Zucchetti It’s a story about little girl in a world of Tim Burton. At least, that’s how I see his “Alice in Wonderland”. Black color here...
UCAL - Maestros, illustration by Cristhian Avila

UCAL – Maestros, illustration by Cristhian Avila

Trained in Fine Arts I develop as Art Director in advertising agencies. At the same time, I realize projects of industrial design, illustration and artistic engraving. Cristhian Avila: behance
Stylised photo portraits of Australian women of colour

Stylised photo portraits of Australian women of colour

As part of FLAIR Melbourne – a Flinders Lane art festival – Melbourne’s Lisa Minogue presents stylised photographic portraits of Australian women of colour, their faces painted vibrantly to accentuate their individuality and encourage the viewer to study each face more closely. Minogue asked each woman the same question: “What do the words ‘coloured girl’...
Homeless people as they dreamed to become, photo project by Horia Manolache

Homeless people as they dreamed to become, photo project by Horia Manolache

Tammy is a star on Height Street in San Francisco. If she can’t bring a smile on your face, then nobody will. Her biggest pain is that her grandmother and her first husband took the kids away from her.   I met Frank in Hunterspoint, San Francisco. He lived in a self-made trailer along with...
Kaleidoscopic street art By Douglas Hoekzema aka Hoxxoh

Kaleidoscopic street art By Douglas Hoekzema aka Hoxxoh

Miami-based artist Douglas Hoekzema, also known as Hoxxoh, creates incredibly beautiful kaleidoscopic murals. By layering different colored continuous rings, he can turn a plain wall into a hypnotizing portal-looking mural that looks like you could be sucked in if you stand too close! With his art, Hoxxoh wants to show people a different way of...
Alexander Leybovich, illustration

Alexander Leybovich, illustration

“For my book ‘Zoonoses’, I did portraits of scientists who are considered to be fathers of different fields of biology, like microbiology, immunology or bacteriology.” Alexander Leybovich: behance

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