Some say they’re creepy, eerie, macabre. I say they’re creative, delicate, and sweet. Using a crochet, string, and glue, South Philadelphia based artist Caitlin McCormack creates these amazing tiny sculptures representing animal remains and body
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
With his new series entitled "More Than Human", London-based photographer and wildlife enthusiast, Tim Flach, gives a more human meaning to the word "wild". He captures the animals in a very unique way, giving them a very human like expression. Enjoy this
Moscow based photographer Oleg Dou gives a more modern interpretation to the practice of child funeral portraits. His whimsical series "Cubs" gathers a collection of child portraits, where the subjects are presented with animal features, like antlers, ears, or fur.
Hungarian photographer Bence Máté amazes us with his impressive nature shots, full of life and movement. The much appreciated and awarded artist manages to capture incredibly subtle scenes from the animals' lives, when they are in action or engaged in their
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
Marsha was born in San Francisco, California and grew up in the Bay Area. She has taken art classes at the Academy of Art in San Francisco and many Bay Area colleges, and she has attended art workshops around the country. Struggling with a familial heart condition