Self-taught artist Tiffany Bozic has spent most of her life in the middle of the nature, studying and observing wildlife in its beauty and struggle. Her paintings are created on maple panels of wood, using a complex technique the artist developed throughout the years, by masking and staining so the natural grain can collaborate with each...
Inspired by everyday finds, Dutch artist Anne Ten Donkelaar reinvents small, common objects, giving them a new life and meaning, telling a story about their past existence, and creating a newer and better one, altogether. At the base of her art, we find damaged
Dutch artist Suzan Drummen creates these painstaking floor installations, using mirrors, crystals, precious stones, and chromed metal. These fractal like artworks look clean and uncluttered from afar, but at a closer look, their intricate details are unveiled.
Maine based sculptor Jacques Vesery turns plain ol’ wood into luxurious decorative objects, with a carving skill that we rarely see. Each of his artworks has embedded a piece of Jacques’s spirit, connecting see and sky, reality and fantasy, conscious
Bartek Elsner is a Berlin based multi-disciplinary designer, who also creates very interesting cardboard sculptures. From street installations, to indoor decorations, his works are truly intricate and unique. Follow Bartek on Behance, or check-out his blog for more
Children’s Eyes On Earth International Youth Photography Contest is a competition destined for the little photographers all around the world. Children send their works to participate in the photography contest which is held annually. The contest’s
Virgina based sculptor Morgan Herrin hand-carves these outstanding mystical characters, godlike creatures that emerge from the combination of very distinctive forms and evolve into a human mutation. The sculptures are entirely hand-carved and they take hundred of
Basel based artist, Florence Rometsch started her “relationship” with clay in 1997, as she began working independently with this material. In 2001 she opened her workshop in Basel, where she creates these amazing pieces, from figurines and bowls, all
Freelance illustrator Simón Prades creates these nature inspired surreal scenery using watercolor, ink, and pencil. The artist is living and working in Saarbrücken, Germany and teaching Illustration at the university of applied sciences in Trier. For more info