The works of French photographer Stéphane Anthonioz can tell anyone's story. The ghostly appearances of peoples silhouettes allows the viewers to identify themselves with the photograph, echoing past feelings and emotions, so personal and intimate, and yet so common and frank.
Past and present, flora and fauna, real and imaginary, all come together in the works of French artist Frédérique Morrel. From mural pieces, to life-size sculptures, everything is wrapped up in flower motifs, still life, geometrical patterns, nudes, hunting
Art is a tremendously powerful medium. It is impossible to protect yourself from it. If we close our eyes, it will come in through our pores. Art is beauty, poetry and is something that will always influence humanity. It is an electric shock for our intellect and
It all started with a doodle for the 23-year old Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes, and it ended up being fine art after all. The whimsical drawings, dominated by lines, patterns, characters, and all sorts of tiny elements, are all popping out of the
All the colors of the spectrum swirling and colliding into the most unexpected of shapes and forms, this is the art of American artist Herb Williams. And it’s all made of crayons. An art that appeals to all senses. For more of his works, check Herb’s
Lukas Holas is Graphic Designer & Photographer based in Frydlant, Czech Republic. His series of animal portraits don’t need much introduction. The awesomeness of each shot just speaks for itself. Enjoy! Find more about Lukas on Behance.
With a PhD in chemistry and a passion for art, Conrad Engelhardt combines the best of both worlds in his cork representations. Inspired by Impressionism, Conrad creates his art works using recycled wine corks, in a color palette defined by the chemical
Lost in the gap between space and time, the houses in this short-movie created by Maria Zaikina exude so much stillness and calm in such a simple, minimal way. Still, yet very dynamic, the scenery changes right in front of our eyes, passing from one mood to
Memorina is a classical game of matching cards, but it comes with an unexpected twist: the characters, the objects, the scenes, are completely hand-made, using oil, watercolor, pencil, charcoal, pastel, and threads. Even the animation was done by unconventional