Posts Tagged: Abstract
The beautiful thing about art is that everyone sees it in a different way. That goes for life as well. It’s all a matter of perspective, of being in the right place, at the right time. Here are a few creative examples of simple comics created by illustrator Tango.
Unusual and surreal, the latest series from Fabienne Rivory entitled “Miroir” explores the unique interaction between painting and photography, revealing the fine line that links reality and imagination. The photographs are from the artists personal
This hypnotizing animated short is the work of Montreal-based team Possible Metrics, a studio that creates music-centered short films and interactive projects. We take a plunge into a figurative-abstract world, where dozens of tiny acrobats leap through revolving
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1977, Fernando Hereñú, aka Pulpo is a latin american artist long recognized for his complex composition and surrealistic style. His dark style draws its inspiration from earlier generations of cartoon artists, 1970's comicbook
Amsterdam based artist Danny van Ryswyk creates these dark and surreal artworks, where the traditional 19 century photography and computer manipulation are mixed together in an out-worldly sense of obscure absurdity.
American artist Jo Lynn Alcorn is the designer behind Perrier-Jouët's newest advertising campaign. Her beautiful paper flowers recreate so faithfully the entire essence of the brand.
Paper Donut is a french collective founded in September 2009. Directed by Alexis Facca it’s results from work of many hands: Justine RICAUD, Fanette GUILLOUD, Benoît BRULBAULT have already given their time to the collective.
Here is a collection of beautiful work by the german photographer Alexander Heinrichs.
Sarolta Bán - 27-year-old self-taught photographer from Budapest. Sarolta usually produces various manipulations with the works for several hours to several days, while using up to 100 different layers to one image.