Archive for 'October,2012'

Chain

Chain

The human body and its formation lie at the core of the Korean artist Seo Young Deok‘s work who is preoccupied with the stories told through the human figure. His nude sculptures made meticulously in welded metal [...]

Gilbert

Gilbert

After the Water & Mother Love, today we go on for Christophe Gilbert‘s incredible works. Still small details, huge difference. We’re speechless. [...]

The Best Dad in the World

The Best Dad in the World

The father absent-mindedly using the baby’s bottle of milk for his own coffee while holding the baby like a football. The father is Americans Dave Engledow. His humorous series named “the best dad in the world“. Another image features [...]

Dystopian Worlds

Dystopian Worlds

Trying to categorize or summarize the genre of Alex Andreev’s digital paintings is nearly impossible. Part science fiction, part dystopian future, the scenes are equally disturbing and beautiful, his characters inhabiting a world. Andreev tells us is [...]

Blind

Blind

Israeli visual artist and painter Roy Nachum believes that art should be accessible to everybody, even those who are visually impaired. The moment which made him to think of new ways in which the blind could possibly experience [...]

Found

Found

Mixed media and installation artist Peter McFarlane has spent his life turning found objects, computer waste and other discarded materials into sculptures, installations, and even the backdrops of paintings. He says:”waste is just lack of imagination. This [...]

Floppy Portraits

Floppy Portraits

We grew up in an era when floppy disks, tapes, radios. Now they seem to be only a slight flashback of our past. What is it to do with this media, that is our past taste [...]

Markeringer

Markeringer

Artist Asbjørn Skou lives and works in Copenhagen. The images above are from a 2010 series called Markeringer where the artist projected a collection etchings at the Sjaeloer railway station. To me it looks almost as is the [...]

Dark

Dark

Sarah is a fine art photographer from New Hampshire, who specializes in self-portraiture and conceptual portraiture. In her work she tries to covey a quiet stillness of emotion with a connection to her natural surroundings. From [...]

New Murals

New Murals

New works today from artists David de la Mano and Pablo S. Herrero who collaborated on the streets of Stavanger and Sandnes in Norway to create these lovely figures made of trees and people. [...]