Alice Macarovais a budding young artist from St. Petersburg, Germany.She specializes in elaborate ink and watercolour art which usually features animals. One of her most recent work is a pack of playful fox cubs framed in stylized vegetation. She was first brought to the attention of the online community by a friend of hers who admired her illustrations. A few years down the road and we’ll probably be seeing her work for sale in galleries.
Idrus Arsyad is a very talented amateur photographer from Indonesia whose expertise is in nature, landscape, and wildlife photography. According to him, he taught himself to process his work to enhance his subjects and make his work more interesting. The way I look at it, his work is interesting enough even without extensive post-processing. He loves to capture birds sparring in mid-flight – not an easy feat. You’ll need a great sense of timing and a whole lot of patience is definitely needed.
Paula Duță is an exceptional illustrator who specializes in insect etymology.Her passion for drawing is obvious in the pains she took to highlight each detail of her subject. Wings, antennae, compound eyes, legs, thorax, – none escaped her scrutiny. Paula is actually an interior designer who describes herself as an ‘altogether happy person, dedicated to her work and enjoying life’. I’m looking forwards to seeing more of her awesome insect illustrations in the future. Paula currently lives and works in Romania.
Robert Brown is the artist responsible for these awesome illustrations featuring the best of both worlds. On one hand, he does superb renditions of technologically advance utopias, on the other hand, his renditions of derelict dystopias are eerily accurate. Robert is currently based in California USA where he owns his own studio, Robert D. Brown Inc. He specializes in matte paintings, concept art, and set extensions. His list of clients include big industry names like Disney, Sony Pictures, Riot Games, Electronic Arts, Asylum, and The Mission. He also has numerous other independent projects. His passion is bringing his client’s vision to life.
Djanii is a hilarious artist who specializes in creating work incorporating “trompe l’oeil” (French for trick of the eye). He was inspired by street artists and the cartoons created by Ian Stevenson. Djanii recreated Steve’s work in an anamorphic style. He did it to remind himself that “art shouldn’t be so damn serious all the time”. He also did a fantastic 3D image of Ramon Bruin’s skull and butterflies.
Tim Korbmacher has been a professional freelance photographer since 2012. He is also an avid skater, snowboarder, and biker – and it shows in his work. Most, if not all, of his work is focused on action photography, capturing athletes in mid-air as they perform their daredevil stunts. Tim has been part of a couple of sports publications such as BMX rider magazine and Place Skateboarding Magazine. He is currently a member of the Pro Team at f-stop, a photography blog. Tim currently lives and works in Germany.
Vladimir Stankovic is the Serbian illustrator responsible for these weird and fantastic creatures. These extremely detailed pseudo-animals are nothing but creations of his wild imagination.He said: “In my work I try to combine my love and passion towards illustration and graphic design, with the use of both traditional and digital mediums. My inspiration comes from science and nature on one hand, and fantasy, fairy tales andall sorts of mysteries on the other.” Vladimir is originally from Serbia but is currently basedin Rovaniemi, Finland where he works as a graphic designer and illustrator.
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Andrew Newey startedtraveling when he was in his 20s and the places he saw ignited a burning passion for photography. He began his illustrious career as a freelance photographer, parceling out stock images of travel imagery and landscapes. Now that his talent is well-known, he focuses on personal projects, photo expeditions, and commissions. His work has been published by prestigious publications like The Sunday Times, BBC, The Guardian, Lonely Planet, and National Geographic.
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Laura Williams is an 18-year-old photographer from Cambridge, England. She is currently dabbling with fine art and surreal photography. Her work might be a little unsettling, but her blossoming talent is evident in every shot. She loves posting her work online to get feedback and treats them all as constructive criticism. She said: “Don’t be afraid to try new things all the time, if you find yourself going round in circles go out and do something unexpected! Most importantly, if photography is what you love, just keep at it!”
Brick sculptures are nothing new. They date back to ancient Babylon. Even so, they remain relevant in these modern times since they’re fairly durable, low maintenance, and can be incorporated into any brick building. Brad Spencer is a North Carolina-based sculptor who specializes in carving children into freestanding brick walls. His work takes a little getting used to, but once you realize that the children growing out of the brick wall isn’t about to detach themselves and chase after you, you can really start appreciating Brad’s work.