Rebeca Saray is a photographer who focuses her artworks on dark themes with a hint of fantasy and surrealism. She creates a character through the picturesque view of her models, with a fine line between ethereal play and worldly reality. The emotions in each image seize a relative catch to the viewer itself, consciously or […]
Andre Kohn is one of today’s most prominent leader of figurative impressionism. The only child of artistically gifted parents, his talent was nurtured in the halls of the University of Moscow where he studied with the last generation of Russian Impressionist. In his first year of college, Kohn’s burgeoning gift earned him a prestigious invitation […]
Simen Johan is a photographer who captures majestic photos of animals usually not found elsewhere, with the superimposition of a background that perfects the image itself, making it too vivid to be true. His photos are remarkably striking as they express a new feeling of detail and harmony.
Mexican-born painter Ana Teresa Fernandez displays the reflective and transformative powers of water in her paintings. Using oil on canvas, Fernandez manages to make her subjects look as if they’re in motion.
At first glance, the incongruity of the subjects in Lyubomir Sergeev’s work will elicit a smile. The thing is, the longer you look at his work, the more you understand the actual depth and meaning behind it. Each detail of this Bulgarian artist’s work is carefully thought out, making the digitally enhanced images pop out […]
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 second edition […]
Author of bestselling books Shelter Dogs (2006) and Street Dogs (2007) and photographer from Rhode Island Traer Scott shows us emotive portraits of what is generally known as man’s best friend.
Born and raised in Lebanon, Rania Matar moved to the U.S. in 1984. Her work has won several awards, has been featured in numerous publications, and exhibited widely internationally. “A Girl and her Room”, photographing teenage girls from different backgrounds, is her latest project.
Montage is a technique wherein a series of shots sequenced to condense space and time. Photographer Pep Ventosa takes this technique to a whole new level with his passion for capturing a series of photos of landmarks from his travel, depicting them almost as the way they would seem to a person with a fuzzy […]
Neytiri by James Cameron As a tribute to the fiftieth anniversary of the feminine fashion icon Barbara Millicent Roberts, French artist Jocelyn Grivaud created this one-of-a-kind doll collection. She recreates famous artwork using Barbie dolls as subjects. A lot of effort is taken to recreate the details of the original artwork without making Barbie unrecognizable. […]