Undersea Tableware – Creative Ceramics by Mary O’Malley

Mary O’Malley makes delicate china cups, pots, and saucers decorated with authentic-looking sea creatures. Her tea things look like they were salvaged from long-forgotten shipwreck. Mary calls the series “Bottom Feeders”. She said: “I’m never exactly sure how anything’s going to turn out… In the end, one type of beauty is enhanced by complementing its […]

A War No One Wins – Touching Photography by Giuliano Camarda

Giuliano Camarda is a 35-year-old freelance photographer based in Rome, Italy. His photographs of war-torn Bosnia has garnered the world-wide attention of the media. Giuliano is currently focused on projects with social and humanitarian aspects. His photos have been published in  prestigious publications such as National Geographic Italia, ABC News, Witness Journal, etc. He has […]

Fascinating Fractals by Joe Maccer

Joe Maccer has created quite a stir on deviantART with his fractal designs. Fractals are basically a mathematical concept wherein a geometric pattern is repeated at ever smaller scales to produce irregular shapes. Joe’s work goes beyond creating simple fractal shapes. His designs utilize a bit of abstract 3D graphics as well. Joe’s creations resemble […]

Think Different – Sassy Street Art by Ladamenrouge

Ladamenrouge is an up-and-coming street artist from Saint Etienne, France. His work can loosely be categorized into three styles: 1) subverted urban environment (which includes “improved” street signs), 2) pavement art, and 3) eye bombing (drawing eyes on distorted images to give them a face). Like most of his kind, Ladamenrouge wanders the streets looking […]

Pop Icon Portraits – Illustrations by Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell is an L.A.-based artist has created dramatic portraits of famous movie characters. His series entitled “The Portrait Show” was recently on display at the Mondo Gallery at Texas. It features icons such as Beatrix Kiddo (Kill Bill), The Joker (Tim Burton’s Batman), Dr. Emmett Brown (Back to the Future), Dorothy (Wizard of Oz), […]

Dramatic Black and White Photography by Felipe Vellasco

Felipe Vellasco was born in Rio de Jeneiro in 1982. He worked at local advertising agencies immediately upon graduation from Mackenzie University. After a few years, he lost his taste for ad-oriented work and shifted to films. As a film director, he is currently being represented by Sentimental Films. Photography is one of his more  […]

Fast Food Nation – Illustrations by Chris Woods

Chris Woods uses his own friends as subjects and paints them against a backdrop rife with belligerent branding, pop-culture, and omnipresent advertising. His work has appeared in Naomi Klein’s book No Logo as well as magazines like Saturday Night , and Adbusters. Chris’ painting ‘McDonald’s Nation’ (1996) has become a popular icon of the anti-corporate movement. It […]

Fantastic Fantasy Art by Saeed Jalabi

  Saeed Jalabi is a gifted, 24-year-old artist who hails from Tehran, Iran. He is entirely self-taught and loves to fiddle with different art styles to create his own. Saeed specializes in creating fascinating creatures from other worlds that surely exist in his imagination. HE said:  “I would never limit myself just to one style […]