The series by Sebastian Errazuriz is a documentation of love, relationships, and personal vulnerability.Read More
Bring colors to lifeRead More
This Iranian born artists is giving an Art a beautiful new side. Solmaz Tohidloo was born in Iran and studied painting at the Fine Arts at Tehran University and has had group and solo Exhibitions in several gallery and museum , including at the Seyhoun Art Gallery in Tehran,Iran.
Each of these sculptures gathered from around the world possess a slightly dark feeling. Take a look.
Text: Alice Yoo
“Life Can Be a Fairytale, If You Break the Silence.”Read More
Introducing Sipho Mabona, the cool paper-crafter pushing the boundaries.Read More
Because the earth without Art is just "eh"Read More
Surreal worldRead More
Built in the mid 1700's, Chateau de Gudanes still stands proudly in the south of France in the small village of Chateau-Verdun.
The Class 1 Historic Monument was designed by Parisian architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel, famous for his neoclassical, architectural symmetry, including the Le Petit Trianon and Place de la Concorde.
In 2013 it was purchased by an Australian family who have taken on the responsibility to awaken this sleeping beauty after years of neglect.
Karina and Craig say their “aim is to tread lightly and gently – to preserve the atmosphere and authenticity of the Château and region as much as possible”.
Through digital interventions , Daniel violent original images to give them a new discourse . His art is inspired by personal experiences, subjective criticism and ” human themes ” . Through alienation series , Daniel questions the stories that have been told over time. Daniel Montiel takes the popular iconography in order to do some research of cultural environments and aesthetic contribution to experience image between them and thus present new images accompanied by these results .
Artist who takes photos with cutouts (and sometimes without)Read More
Pejac is a Spanish street artist who has been making a name for himself around the world with his work. His work is an illusion pieces that play with the environment of which they are made but also provide a unique perspective for the viewer.
Moto Waganari's Wireframe Sculptures Cast Spectacular Shadows.Read More
"I just do things that I love. I am very bad at doing things that I don't love," shared Garance Doré The charismatic, deathly stylish and surprisingly down-to-earth blogger, photographer and illustrator shared her latest work with us. We love!
The world is eating itself to a core according to surreal artist Tony Futura.Read More
London-based artist Slinkachu may not be the only miniature installations artist, but his work brings street art to the micro level and very fun to observe. Stuart Pantoll is the artist behind Slinkachu. Name Slinkachuderives from his old nickname, Slinky he believes was given to him because of his curly hair.
He creates tiny street-based installations, photographs them: from far away and up-close and leaves them behind in neighborhoodsall over London, Berlin, Beijing, and Doha. People sometime pass by and not notice it.
His photos are extremely good and bring the attention to tiniest details, makingyou pause and think for a moment.
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Making eye contact is history today. It is an impossible mission as people around are sucked into their phone's screens most of the time like digital monsters. That worked as inspiration to artist Antoine Geiger's series SUR-FAKE, a group of digitally altered photographs depicting random people being sucked into the screens of their phones. Emotionless, faces lacking personality, lost deep in the glare of tiny square device. No interaction...
All images courtesy Antoine Geiger