Dana K Archive

The Poetry of Waste by Mandy Barker

Pin It UK photographer Mandy Barker developed a series of suggestive images entitled ”Soup”, which is a generic name given to the waste debris suspended in the sea. The discarded pieces of plastic are photographed by the artist one by one, on black background and then mixed in these worrying but beautiful tides of refuse, […]

Jim Sanborns Reveals the Secrets of Science Through Art

Pin It Artist Jim Sanborn (born 1945) creates his art around science and hidden information. His cryptographic sculptures, pieces on atomic energy and large-scale projections are fascinating throughout the mystery they evoke, combining scientific discovery with an artistic quest. His works have been exhibited all over the world, from Japan to the United States, including […]

Decadent Flowers by David Lachapelle

Pin It Star photographer David Lachapelle is showing for the first time in New York his ”Earth Laughs in Flowers” series depicting dark, baroque compositions in deep color. Sex, consumerism and the  ferocious power of putrefaction make-up haunting pictures of vice and vanity. The title is inspired by a poem of Waldo Emerson and each […]

The Bone Yard Project by Eric Firestone

Pin It More than 30 talented graffiti artists hooked up at a bone yard – a large space hosting several non-functioning WWII american military airplanes – and embellished the fiecfeull war machines with extraordinary art.  The Bone Yard Project is curated by Eric Firestone, Carlo McCormick, Leslie Oliver and Med Sobio and this is the […]

Vibrant Landscapes by Phan Thu Trang

Pin It Phan Thu Trang is an emerging young artist from who paints under the impression of the cities and Northern villages from Vietnam. Her thick textural impasto is so vibrant in red, orange, yellow, and blue, it makes a whole new landscape genre. One that is full of color, emotion, simplicity and joy of […]

Cinema 4D Photography by Ayaka Ito & Randy Church

Pin It She likes photography and he likes programming. Students Ayaka Ito and Randy Church combined their talents and came up with these breathtaking photographs distorted and reconstructed in 3D. The themes of their  “Cinema Flash Showdown” project are The Influence of Occupations, and Man vs. Nature brought to life by ingeniously using scribble lines inserted into photography.