Posts Tagged: Black and white
A great find on Behance today is from Indonesia based artist Elicia Edijanto. These misty nature-inspired paintings are filled with love and tenderness, and the black-grey tones are there to emphasize just that. The paintings depict the unique bond between children and animals, a bond so pure, and sincere, that reminds us all that we,...
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
Fascinated with the human body and its sensual curves, British artist Joseph Loughborough depicts in his works the dark side of human nature, imbued with sin, desire, fear and anxiety. His series of charcoal and graphite etchings, draws the viewer into a dark,
Marie Wengler is a talented young digital artist and photographer, whose unmistakable approach to photography results in expressive portraits, depicting the modern individual and its existence in society today, "where technological change is increasingly affecting
Photographer Arno Rafael Minkkinen was born in 1945 in Helsinki, but grew up and studied in the United States. He is a photographer, writer, professor of art and collector. For over three decades he has made abstract black-and-white photographic works, with
Born in England in the early 70's, Tom Hoops is a self-taught freelance photographer, who splits his time between Europe, Asia and America. He stands out among other artists with his extraordinary subjects, abusing the black and white to create a truly unique style
This beautiful animated short film was directed by Sharon Michaeli with a soundtrack by Yoav Brill, as part of their studies at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. A successful black and white short about the relantionship of a child with his mother. Enjoy!
British photograph Lee Jeffries began his career as a sports photograph, but shortly after he quit. A random meeting with a homeless girl in London made him realize his true calling for artistic photography. This experience changed his perception on this category