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Paintings by Alexander Sheversky

Paintings by Alexander Sheversky

Born in 1961, Alexander Sheversky grew up in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, helping his father draw on walls. Literally. His father was an artist who created many murals in their home and accepted commissions from Soviet officials, which lined their hallway with canvases. From the time he was 12-years-old until he was 16-years-old, Sheversky helped...
I'll be your mirror, oil paintings by Tamar Kasparian

I’ll be your mirror, oil paintings by Tamar Kasparian

I’LL BE YOUR MIRROR oil paintings Se refléter dans le dessin… s’observer n’etre plus tout a fait la meme… Et toujours le lien entre soi, la racine, la branche… Se poser sur une branche, prendre racine Creating, not to know who one is, but may be what or who one is becoming. Tamar’s drawings are...
Alfamas, painting by Josefina Ribeiro

Alfamas, painting by Josefina Ribeiro

Lisbon perpetuated a piece of a tile. these are the streets that lead to the heart of a typical, unique and historic city. Josefina Ribeiro was born in 1962. She attended the School Antonio Arroyo in the Course of Arts and Techniques of Fire. Her painting technics respect the past centuries tradition, drawing new lines...
Magical illustrations by Little Oil

Magical illustrations by Little Oil

Little Oil Art from Taiwan Taipei is an illustrator, designer, and director. Little Oil: tumblr / instagram Via: boredpanda.com
Repose, painting by Maggie Chiang

Repose, painting by Maggie Chiang

Maggie Chiang is a Taiwanese American full time artist and part time dreamer. Inspired by both places real and fictitious Maggie’s illustrations evoke a longing for adventure and the pursuit of the unknown, exploring impossible landscapes and places unseen. A central theme of her art is the relationship between humanity and nature, oftentimes the underlying...
The black and white art of Jeff Klena

The black and white art of Jeff Klena

“I briefly attended the Cleveland Institute of Art (1992-1993) but found hanging out at the Euclid Tavern and the Cleveland Museum of Art much more educational. Music And Art have been a constant force in moving my life forward. Although the past is a constant reminder of promises forgotten. I now make good on the...
Heidi Williams has found serenity through her yoga practice

Heidi Williams has found serenity through her yoga practice

Heidi Williams has found serenity through her yoga practice. As a survivor of PTSD, anxiety, depression, and rape, she began the activity to rejuvenate her mind, body, and spirit. “Yoga brought me to a safe place again,” she told Mantra Yoga + Health. “A place of peace and self-acceptance.” William’s recovery was the start of...
Colorful expressions, digital art by Enrico Camerra

Colorful expressions, digital art by Enrico Camerra

“I’m always experimenting with new styles, and also trying to avoid perfectionism which, for me, it’s like a cage that limits my expression.” Enrico Camerra: website / instagram
MEY London’s collection, "Game of Thrones" inspired jewelry

MEY London’s collection, “Game of Thrones” inspired jewelry

If HBO’s Game of Thrones makes you wish you were the Mother of Dragons, you can now be a step closer to your dream. Michele Clapton, costume designer for the show, along with jewelry designers Yunus Ascott and Eliza Higginbottom, recently launched MEY London, an endeavor that produces pieces seen on and inspired by the...
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...

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