Storybook Illustrations by Varya Kolesnikova

Varya Kolesnikova creates fanciful illustrations for Children’s storybooks. She has a simple, yet cinematographic way of presenting the characters in her illustrations. Her work makes favorite childhood characters come alive. The compositions leave a deep impression with youngsters. She lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Towers on Towels – Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki

Takahiro Iwasaki is a Japanese srtist whose sculptures are in every danger of being stepped on. His small, colorful, and delicately-made constructs are usually found on floors amidst haphazardly strewn towels. You might need magnifying glass to truly appreciate Takahiro’s work. His topographical maps carved out of electrical tape are my personal favorites. They’re accurate […]

Peaceful Dreams – Paintings by Antonio Cazorla

Antonio Cazorla’s artistic ability manifested itself at an early age. He began painting at ten years of age and by the time he was eleven, he was already exhibiting his work. He studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Seville and was awarded the prestigious Landscape Grant of El Paular (Madrid). After successfully completing a doctorate, […]

Eclectic – Pencil Portraits by Eajna

Eajna belongs to the growing roster of talented, yet mysterious artists who populate the realm of deviantART. She is known only by her handle “Eajna”. The only other thing we know about her is that she  hails from Hungary. Regardless of her lack of personal information, her talent clearly shows through her excellent graphite and […]

The Golden Project – Graphic Design by Antoni Tudisco

Antoni Tudisco was born and raised in Germany. He is of Filipino-Italian descent. As a child, he would barely pay attention during lessons, preferring to scribble instead. Antoni taught himself how to use Adobe Palette. Having mastered the intricacies of image manipulation, he proceeded to develop his skills in 3D design and videos. It wasn’t […]

Precision Cuts – Sculptures by Florent Tanet

Florent Tanet was hoping to give people a reprieve from the dreariness of winter with his series “A Colorful Winter”. His series features precision-cut fruits and vegetables cleverly arranged to give the viewer a startling contrast.  What’s amazing and amusing about his work is the painstaking care he took to make sure that the pieces of fruit or vegetable […]

Colorful Tin Bird Sculptures by Barbara Franc

Barbara Franc’s latest collection of sculptures is all about colorful tropical birds whose haitat are slowly dwindling due to deforestation. As tribute to them, her sculpturea are made antirely of reclaimed materials like old food tins. She said: “I have always been fascinated by the shapes and sculptural forms of animals, they present a never-ending […]

Incredible Aerial Photography by Cameron Davidson

Cameron Davidson is a multi-award winning aerial photographer. His work has been featured in multiple prestigious publications such as National Geographic, Vanity Fair, Smithsonian Magazine, Audobon Magazine, and Ducks Unlimited. He has taken aerial shots from all over the world.  It helps that Cameron is a pilot himself and doesn’t have to rely on commercial […]

Remembering the Past – Photos by Alessandro Venier

Alessandro Venier grew up in Pordenone, Italy. This 26-year old photographer has extensive experience in digital post-production, photojournalism, and still-lifes. He has recently started collecting images for a book. The idea is to capture the fast vanishing traditional crafts and the people who still engage in them. Those ‘women and men, witnesses and architects of […]