Nothing There – Minimalist Photography by Christopher Domakis

Christopher Domakis is a German photographer with a deep and abiding passion for minimalistic photography. His shots are known for their almost perfect geometric precision with emphasis on wide open spaces and outstanding architecture. He said: “Minimalistic architectural experiences. The combination of clean shapes and the choice of color makes a building or an interior […]

Prison Break – Hilarious Street by OaKoAk

OaKoAk is a French street artist who sees the humorous potential in the most inconsequential everyday objects. His imagination turns cracks, peeling wall paint, railings, and other random objects on the street into hilarious works of art. His work is not only brilliant, it also brings a smile to our face. He said: “I saw […]

Sea Blooms – Underwater Photographs by Felix Salazar

Felix Salazar is an LA-based photographer and composer. His underwater macro shots of corals and anemones are breathtakingly detailed. Who would have ever thought flowers that bloomed beneath the waves of the sea were this colorful? Felix cheated a bit though, these weren’t taken ‘neath the waves of an actual sea. These corals are residents […]

Paper Thin – Sculptures by Eric Standley

Paper has long been a favorite medium of artists. Eric Standley, an aspiring modernist, created extremely detailed, three-dimensional, miniature stained glass windows using multiple layers of laser cut paper.  His works are inspired by Gothic and Islamic architecture. Eric received his B.F.A. from the Massachusetts College of Art and his M.F.A. from Savannah College of […]

Steampunk Hybrids by Michihiro Matsuoka

Michihiro Matsuoka’s sculptures are made primarily of industrial resin and resin clay. The springs, nuts, bolts, and other bits and pieces of worn-out machinery give his hybrid animals their signature steampunk look. They’re given an acrylic finish which mimics a chipped and battered look. Some of Michihiro’s steampunk animals have movable parts. His work has […]

Vancouver Lifestyle Photographer

Emmy Lou Virginia is a Vancouver-based natural light photographer, who specializes in lifestyle photography.  She loves to capture the euphoria of girls caught in a sunset, the joy of a father tossing his child in the air and catching him again, the way people in love look at each other, and how hands fit together. […]

Points of Contention – Installation by Jonathan Latiano

Jonathan Latiano’s installation “Points of Contention” is an explosion of what appears to be crystalline growth from the wooden floorboards of  a gallery in the School 33 Art Center in Baltimore. It’s actually made from plastic, PVC pipes, and styrofoam. Its his way of calling into question the continued production of synthetic polymers, resins, and […]

Extraordinary Anamorphic Sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz

Anamorphic sculpture itself resembles abstract art, but when reflected against a cylindrical surface, it reveals a remarkably detailed image. Creating this effect is by no means a mean feat. Jonty first scans the object, distorts it using 3d software, and created a mold out of steel, copper, resin, or perspex. But even with the help […]

Captured Moments – Sculptures by Eyal Gever

Eyal Gever uses his very own 3D physical simulation technology ti create stunning installations, digital prints, and sculptures. He has more than 18 years’ worth of experience with 3D software technologies and server/web-based products. He is a visionary in the hi-tech industry and has garnered numerous awards for his innovation in multimedia design and technology. […]