Anatomy and Photography – Photographs by Shay Armstrong

By on February 20, 2013, in Concept Art

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Shay Armstrong describes herself as “an artist working in the photographic arts and the world of body paint and body art”. She used to call herself a “bodypainting photographer” but found out that the label didn’t really cover the multi-faceted  media she works with. Her signature style are nude, body-painted figures photographed in the modernist effect. Shay still works with a traditional wet darkroom and uses a 35mm manual camera, which is a refreshing change in this digital age. She is also known by her devientArt handle “Purplesea”.

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A Natural Happening – Art Installations by Julian Jones-Pittman, Tisha Boonyawatana, Satsuki Atsumi and Hai Pham

By on February 18, 2013, in Concept Art

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A “happening” is a performance, event or situation that is intended to be an art piece. Natural Impression is a happening is a project by four promising students of California State University – Long Beach. Satsuki Atsumi, Tisha Boonyawatana, Hai Pham, and Julian Jones-Pittman put their heads together and came up with the novel concept behind Natural Impressions. Unfortunately, ‘happenings’ are fleeting in nature and their carefully wrought experimental typography are preserved only in photographs.

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Leafy Typography by Mei Linn

By on February 2, 2013, in Concept Art

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Mei Linn received her Diploma in Advertising & Graphic Design from The One Academy of Communication Design. She’s completing her final year of Graphic Design at the prestigious Curtin University in Australia. Her recent series, typograpography with leaves are quite fragile and unique. Each letter or number is carefully sliced into the middle of the leaf. The leaf’s natural pattern is then carefully cut out, leaving an intricate pattern behind.

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Freaky Fractals by Songsforever

By on January 26, 2013, in Concept Art

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Songsforever describes herself as a journalist, creative writer, and fractal freak extraordinaire. She loves knitting, science fiction, steampunk. Anything weird, odd, strange, and random are right up her alley. Her gallery of colorful fractals is quite impressive. Fractals are basically detailed patterns that repeats itself. They’re psychedelic, to say the least and a breath of fresh air from the usual photos and paintings.

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Baby Dragons, Violent Veggies, and A Ticklish Foot – Cartoons by Oscar Ramos

By on January 23, 2013, in Concept Art

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Oscar Ramos is no ordinary artist. He graduated from the Universidad de Barcelona with a degree in philosophy. While sailing around the world, he pursued a PhD in art history. His career in design started when a Spanish company challenged him to make a logo for them. It wasn’t long before other companies snapped up his work, he even became the Chief Curator of Behance Creative Network.He currently lives and works in Santiago, Chile.

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A Sight for Sore Eyes – Street Art by Przemek Blejzyk

By on January 21, 2013, in Concept Art

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Lodz, a street artist from Poland, has managed to hide his personal information from admirers and authorities extremely well. Except for his name, that is. Przemek Blejzyk’s work is scattered all through out Poland. I’m quite sure the owners of the buildings don’t mind having their walls decorated with this sort of artwork. Lodz’s art isn’t your garden variety graffiti, its a fine example of the newly emerging species of creative outlet known as street art.

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Tree + House = Pete Nelson, The Treehouse Guy

By on January 14, 2013, in Concept Art

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Treehouses are something you and your kid brother built in your backyard with little help from Dad, maybe. It’s usually made with a few discarded pieces of lumber and plywood. Pete Nelson’s tree houses on the other hand, are neither shoddily built, nor are they made with scraps of wood. These are first-class tree homes. Pete is the founder of Treehouse Workshop, Inc. He has designed and built treehouses in 26 States and 9 countries over the last 15 years.

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Running Out of Time – Digital Images by Peppermill

By on January 11, 2013, in Concept Art

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5 to 12 is an award winning series of images produced by Peppermill for B.U.N.D. eV, one of Germany’s biggest environmental organizations.  They’re aiming to raise awareness of the fact that time is fast running out for endangered species.Peppermill easily gets the point across. The hands of the clock are inexorably squeezing the, silverback gorilla, the Grizzly bear, and the seal to death. Unless we act NOW, Earth will be a few hundred species poorer.

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Pop Pop Bang Bang – Installations by Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

By on January 5, 2013, in Concept Art

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Pop Pop Bang Bang is a collaboration between photographer Thomas Brown and creative director Anna Burns. Thomas  describes it as a mix of “film, photography, and pyro”. Explosions, guns, and girls are all recurring themes on the silver screen. The installation itself is a collage of artfully arranged umbrellas set in three different locations in London.

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Pinnacle of Pleasure – Artwork by Diego Beyro

By on December 30, 2012, in Concept Art

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Diego Beyro studied Art Direction at the School of Creative Advertising (Escuela Superior de Creativos Publicitarios). For two years he worked as creative advertiser in Fabrica, a Research and Communication Center of the Benetton Group (Italy). In his series “Orgasms”, Diego painted remarkably detailed faces of people while in the grip of ecstasy, and he painted it on striped, plain, and floral-printed sheets. He currently lives and works in Spain.

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