Colorful Quilts by Bisa Butler
Colorful Quilts by Bisa Butler

Artist Bisa Butler draws from an array of vibrant patterned fabrics to create portraits of everyday people. She eschews representational colors, favoring layered jewel-toned hues to form the skin of her Black subjects, and often groups figures together into strong silhouettes. “I have always been drawn to portraits,” Butler explains in a statement on her […]

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Seeing Double: Life-size crocheted figures by Liisa Hietanen

Finnish artist Liisa Hietanen crochets and knits one-to-one imitations of her friends and fellow neighbors, accurately representing the subjects from their favorite outfits down to their furry companions. The series, Villagers, is a way for the artist to more deeply engage with those she often passes but might not interact with in her town of […]

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Exquisite Pieces of Jewelry by Gésine Hackenberg
Exquisite Pieces of Jewelry by Gésine Hackenberg

Artist Gésine Hackenberg transforms ceramic plates, bowls, and dishes into exquisite pieces of jewelry. Using dinnerware as her raw material, she extracts small discs from them and strings them together like beads or inlays them among metal for earrings and rings. Hackenberg tends to focus on the decorative part of a plate or bowl, such […]

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Under-Cats project by Andrius Burba
Under-Cats project by Andrius Burba

Under-Cats project was the first project of all. First photoshoot took place at an International Cat show in Vilnius, 2015. Pictures were shared on Bored Panda as a new way of looking at pets – from underneath. It immediately went viral. Under-Cats project was widely shared on the internet, few magazines wrote an article with […]

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Abandoned Portugal, photography by Paulo Carrasqueira

Cinematic abandoned shots by Paulo Carrasqueira, a talented self-taught photographer, and urbex explorer based in Alpiarça, Portugal. Paulo focuses on abandoned, architecture, and travel photography. He travels all over Portugal to capture spectacular photos of lost, abandoned, and decaying ruins or architecture. Paulo Carrasqueira: instagram Via: photogrist.com

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Fashion editorial for UP-TAP inflight magazine

Fashion editorial for UP-TAP inflight magazine Photography: by Jose Ferreira Model: Margarita Pugovka Make-Up: Antonia Rosa Hair: Venâncio Clothes: João Rôlo Filipe Faísca Aves/Gonçalves Alexandra Moura MSGM Ermanno Scervino and Osman Amazing head-pieces by Luis Luís Stoffel Jose Ferreira: website / instagram

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Layla, performing arts photography by Leon Poulton
Layla, performing arts photography by Leon Poulton

“I’m a professional dancer, I trained at Laban Centre in London 2006-2009 and graduated with a 1st class honours degree. I danced with Balletboyz for 7years performing all over the world and also doing film and choreographic works. Now I’m freelancing UK and Internationally in Dance and Photography. I’m a self taught professional photographer specialising […]

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Bird Balloons, sculptures by T James Cook
Bird Balloons, sculptures by T James Cook

“Here are some of the balloon sculptures I’ve been working on this year. I am obsessed with birds (Mostly British and European) and have been since I was a child. Each sculpture takes a couple of hours to make and then more time on top of that to photograph them in a fitting location. I […]

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Digital art by Jinsung Lim
Digital art by Jinsung Lim

“I am a self-employed artist living in Seoul, South Korea. While writing a book about illustration, I began using iPad pro to paint portraits. I enjoy digital painting so much that so far, painted over 170 portraits. While working on my illustration book, I wish to continue draw/paint portraits. However, the reality is that the […]

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