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Full Moon Story, fashion portraits by Kyung Kim Soo

Full Moon Story, fashion portraits by Kyung Kim Soo

When Vogue Korea asked Kim Kyoung Soo, a renowned fashion photographer to realize a series of fashion portraits that would re-actualize the traditionnal Korean costum (Hanbok), he also decided to realize his series Full Moon Story. His models are elegantly staged, wearing somptuous Hanbok, with their haircuts and make-up done perfectly. There is a serenity,...
Gianni Bellini, paintings

Gianni Bellini, paintings

Gianni Bellini, italian painter, was born in Carmignano, Italy. A self taught and talented painter, at just fifteen years of age, he started to partecipate in important extemporary, personal and collective art exhibitions in several cities always receiving wonderful reviews and many first place awards. Among the most important exhibitions in which he was protagonist...
Doug Alves, illustration

Doug Alves, illustration

Doug Alves started his career in 2000 working in interactive shops and ad agencies in Brazil. 5 years later, he decided to become freelance, so that he could concentrate and further develop his illustration skills. “In 2007 I moved to California, where I’ve lived ever since. I love the weather, everyday is a sunny day,...
The triumph of form, project by Andrey Yakovlev and Lili Aleeva

The triumph of form, project by Andrey Yakovlev and Lili Aleeva

The triumph of form Photographer: Andrey Yakovlev Art director: Lili Aleeva Models: Sofia S, Anastasia V, Alla A (MD models) Make-up: Natalia Bondarchuk Hair style: Oxana Zavarzina, Anton Dimitriev Style: Aidar Sakhapov for boutique leonardo-picasso.ru Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva: behance
Paintings by Ernesto García Pena

Paintings by Ernesto García Pena

Painter, drawer and engraver, Ernesto Garcia Pena has a natural tendency towards fantasy and hedonism, where he ingrains his artworks with a perceptible chromatic gradation of musical notes to express his feelings and emotions towards sensual subjects. The fine drawing, the explosion of greens and blues, the delicate transparencies, all bestow a voluptuous sensuality to...
Sculpture by Angela Mia De la Vega

Sculpture by Angela Mia De la Vega

Since sculpting her first bronze in 1994, Angela Mia De la Vega has been creating figurative bronze sculptures for international collectors, corporations and institutions. She lives and works in Texas. Exalting the human spirit through expressive faces and natural body movement has become Angela’s recognized trademark. Her work’s greatest inspiration is the curious and ever-changing...
Venice diary, photography by Franz Steiner

Venice diary, photography by Franz Steiner

A documentation and interpretation of Venice Beach seen through the eyes of Franz Steiner. Franz Steiner: website / behance / facebook
Big bang theory, explosive dance photography by Alexander Yakovlev

Big bang theory, explosive dance photography by Alexander Yakovlev

Studio-dance photographer Alexander Yakovlev makes his images of professional dancers come alive by adding dynamic elements like exploding flour. Alexander Yakovlev: website / behance / facebook Via: boredpanda.com
The Atlas of Beauty by Mihaela Noroc

The Atlas of Beauty by Mihaela Noroc

Romanian photographer Noroc Mihaela is out to prove that beauty is everywhere and around the world. Her project titled “The Atlas of Beauty” seeks to capture the diverse beauty of women in different countries and cultures. Two years ago, Mihaela left her job and took her camera and backpack to travel from every country with...
Tiny Hamster's latest adventure: Tiny Hamster is a Giant Monster!

Tiny Hamster’s latest adventure: Tiny Hamster is a Giant Monster!

When an adorable tiny hamster is turned into a giant monster and is having fun terrorizing a miniature city playing Godzilla. A funny and quirky video created by Joel Jensen, Joseph Matsushima and Amy Matsushima. Tiny Hamster is the star of a new book!!! Tiny Hamster Is a Giant Monster is available now online and...
Back portrait paintings by Sabine Liebchen

Back portrait paintings by Sabine Liebchen

Sabine Liebchen is a contemporary artist from Germany. Sabine Liebchen’s hyper realistic fugitive paintings are mostly back portraits of figures portrayed from behind. Faces are not the motifs the artist has interest in. She’s experimenting to convey abstract concept from essentials of the anonymous individuals. Sabine Liebchen: website Via: cuded.com
Underwater Tango – dance and aquatic photography by Katerina Bodrunova

Underwater Tango – dance and aquatic photography by Katerina Bodrunova

When the warm sensuality of tango meets the depths’ cold blue… “Sometimes we change the space around us to fit our ideas and sometimes space, place, or time dictates their rules. We can fight or we can embrace, the choice is ours.” Katerina Bodrunova: website Via: ufunk.net

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