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Aqueous Roses and Liquid Blooms, photography by Mark Mawson

Aqueous Roses and Liquid Blooms, photography by Mark Mawson

In his latest photographic series, London-based photographer Mark Mawson takes us underwater to the epicenter of swirling vortexes and explosions of colorful dye. Each image captures a brief split-second moment requiring extreme precision and choreography to create a perfect swirl or bloom. Mark Mawson: website / instagram Via: thisiscolossal.com
Spring, photography by Cláudia Miranda

Spring, photography by Cláudia Miranda

Modelo: Telma Barros Assistente: Francisco Gaspar Cláudia Miranda: 500px / instagram
Jonna Lamminaho: "I paint the beauty I see in animals"

Jonna Lamminaho: “I paint the beauty I see in animals”

“Art has been my passion ever since I was a child and I remember telling everyone that I’ll be an artist when I grow up! With art, I escaped the bad things happening around me. I never had many friends when I was a child and I mostly felt lonely. So I used to spend...
Bella Umbrella, photography by Tim Tadder

Bella Umbrella, photography by Tim Tadder

‘Bella Umbrella’ by Tim Tadder features a stunning collection of fashion photography with a twist. The combination of fashion, vintage umbrellas, and military smoke is unlike anything I have seen before. Tim is a photographer and director currently based in Encinitas, CA, USA. Just a few of his clients include; Coca Cola, Reebok and Sony....
Floral illustrations by Grace Ciao

Floral illustrations by Grace Ciao

A fresh take on the floral trend. Grace Ciao is a fashion illustrator from Singapore who uses flowers in her artwork. Ciao’s drawings are bright, sweet and often romantic. She started using flower petals by accident, when she wanted to preserve the beauty of a dying rose that was given to her by a boy....
Zarema Abdullaieva, illustration

Zarema Abdullaieva, illustration

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Minimalistic wire mesh sculptures by Lene Kilde

Minimalistic wire mesh sculptures by Lene Kilde

Lene Kilde creates sculptures inspired by children and their emotions. She finds that children’s body language is their purest form of communication. This is visualized by showing very few body parts, usually only hands and feet, which then are placed in proportion to each other with the use of metal mesh. Her intention is to...
You should call, photography by Cláudia Miranda

You should call, photography by Cláudia Miranda

Cláudia Miranda: 500px / instagram
Anatoly Suhan, digital art

Anatoly Suhan, digital art

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Haunting driftwood sculptures by Nagato Iwasaki

Haunting driftwood sculptures by Nagato Iwasaki

Nagato Iwasaki is one of those artists you don’t know much about. But his art talks for itself. The Japan-based artist creates incredible driftwood sculptures. Each of his human-shaped figures can both mesmerize and scare you. The artist manages to create an uneasy feeling using nothing but wood and you can be sure, that if...
Amanda Lear, paintings

Amanda Lear, paintings

Amanda Lear was born in Vietnam in 1950 from an English marine officer and an Asian mother. When her parents divorced, Amanda shared her life between her English family and France where her mother had settled. Already bilingual, she followed classical studies and became polyglot having learnt German, Spanish and Italian. By the age of...
Batman posters by Vincent Roché

Batman posters by Vincent Roché

Vincent Roché is a freelance French art director & illustrator based in Paris. Born in the 80s, Vincent, surrounded by images and pixels, grew up drawing his favourites heroes, cutting, modifying, editing, observing, exploring and creating the image, a passion that now nourishes his works. Vincent Roché: website / instagram

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