In an attempt to recapture passed moments in history, Patty Grazini tells a wonderful story of long forgotten events through these sculptural pieces made from paper collected from bookshops or abandoned, paper that holds the fingerprints of people and places over time.
Bahamas based photographer, Elena Kalis, captures a whole new aquatic world in her works. These underwater shots are truly amazing, from the colors and models, to the rippling waters and their surreal glow. Take a look!
Indiana based artist, Sayaka Ganz has an obvious fascination for animals, creating magnificent sculptures that give the feel of motion, but when looked up close, you can really see the many individual objects used in creating them.
The artist Julie Bender uses the ancient craft of wood burning, or pyrography, and creates the most beautiful portraits of nature and animals. In traditional terms, pyrography is the art of drawing with fire, using a heated tip or wire to burn or scorch designs
Using only a pen and a brush, artist Gabriel Moreno creates these beautiful illustrations of flowers, birds and faces that expand from his subjects like a dream escapes the mind of its creator. His illustrations begin in black and white, upon which Moreno builds,
Michael Shapcott (born June 6, 1982 in Hartford, Connecticut) is a Central Connecticut-based painter, known for his daring color palette and emotionally charged portraits. His work deals with highly detailed graphite underdrawings which he then paints with colorful