Self-taught American artist Seth Tara created a series for The History Channel called "Know Where You Stand" for The History Channel. He is a winner of Luerzer’s Archive’s 200 Best Photographers Worldwide and winner of numerous international awards including a Cannes Lion for his brand campaign for The History Channel, “Know Where You Stand,” which has been translated into 30 languages and published in 130 countries.
He was born into a lineage of artists and artisans, including bronze and Macramé sculptors, golden-age cartoonists, interior designers, vacuum repairmen, celebrity stylists (and a tailor to the Czar of Russia). Nearly all of his pictures are direct prints from original film negatives with no digital alteration and taken largely hand-held. His pictures hang in collections around the world
Modern or retro, between the aesthetics of pin-up 50s and that of manga, tinged with pop and resolutely "hip-hop".
The series by Sebastian Errazuriz is a documentation of love, relationships, and personal vulnerability.
Bring colors to life
“Life Can Be a Fairytale, If You Break the Silence.”
Introducing Sipho Mabona, the cool paper-crafter pushing the boundaries.
Because the earth without Art is just "eh"
Artist who takes photos with cutouts (and sometimes without)
Moto Waganari's Wireframe Sculptures Cast Spectacular Shadows.
The world is eating itself to a core according to surreal artist Tony Futura.
Every designer takes you on a different journey, It's great when they let you into their fantasy.