These hyper-realistic paintings are the works of Rome based Spanish artist Rubén Belloso. His paintings represent both real and fictional characters and they are so detailed and expressive that one might think they are photographs.
Carol Golemboski uses antiquated objects and black and white film to create deep and complex photographs. Her haunting still life images are inspired by past eras, overflowing with human emotions and anxiety, mostly relating to the experiences of women.
Julie de Waroquier is a self-taught French photographer who started photography in 2008. Her works are very subtle, undefined, almost invisible, like a magical world that only Julie can reveal for us. With slight modifications of light and color, her photographs
The man behind the Art Mob is Los Angeles based artist Dennis Bredow. His retro-modern work is a celebration of the ever-optimistic 1950's, an era of exuberance and remarkable craftsmanship in graphic design. He works with birch panels and acrylic paint, sanding
Delicate, yet so remarkably strong. This is how Italian photographer Valentina sees these beautiful flowers. Her series of macro-photography brings out the complexity of a simple flower, evoking its natural curves and bold colors in contrast with a pure black background.
These psychedelic illustrations are the work of Michigan based artist Pat Perry. His art is profoundly inspired by the artist's everyday life, people and places, experiences and encounters that he meets in his travels. Enjoy!
In his series Millefiori, Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner creates these spectacular shapes by mixing ferrofluid with watercolor and putting them into a magnetic field. The magnetic field puts the iron particles into motion, and black channels are formed,
Choros is an experimental art film that presents the body movement of a female dancer. The director, Michael Langan, an American experimental filmmaker, layered 32 sequential instances of a single movement and stretched them out over time, creating a wave-like
A wonderful new project has been launched recently on Kickstarter. It's called Lumio and it's a book. Or a lamp. A book-lamp actually, that turns on when open and turns off when you close it. But it's not just a table lamp, it's also a wall scone, ceiling pendant,