Doing It All – Photographs by Olga Valeska

Olga Valeska is artist and subject all rolled into one. She uses a self-timer to take portraits of herself. She actually majors in literature but you wouldn’t know that based on her work. Olga started fiddling with a camera just over a year ago. Photography allows her to combine the things she loves, such as […]

Pinnacle of Pleasure – Artwork by Diego Beyro

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 […]

The Printed Word by Shin-Young An

Shin-Young An describes herself as an artist in transition. While reading the newspaper one day, articles began affecting her to the extent that she realized she is just a powerless artist. She wanted this to somehow be reflected in her work. Against the backdrop of current events, Shin-Young An has drawn silhouettes of her reactions. […]

Man and Superman – Artwork by Zerj19

Edmar Cisneros is the man behind Zerj19. He is a  23-year-old artist from Mexico and one of the artists in Slashthree. Slashthree was founded in 2007. It is a non-profit international art collective representing artists in over 40 countries world wide. They provide a platform for artists to collaborate, extend their networks, give and receive […]

Faceless – Illustrations by Juliano Lopes

Juliano Lopes is a visual artist currently based in Porto Alegre, Brazil. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts at the local Federal University in California. His work toes the fine line between contemporary graphics and painting. The human form, while superbly depicted, are all incomplete. His subjects are faceless, sometimes lacking an upper […]

A Trick of Memory – Artwork by Makoto Saito

Makoto Saitoused to be a graphic designer, and a very good one at that. Five years ago, he became a full-fledged artist when he held a solo exhibition at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. Saito’s subjects are all dramatically distorted. The distortion depicts the imprecise way that images are stored […]

Delicious Divisions by Sakir Gokcebag

As much as you want to scream “Photoshop!”, you can’t. Those images are in no way digitally altered. They’re the work of Sakir Gokcebag. Each one teases the eye with the geometric improbability of his precision cutting. Sakir was born in Turkey, educated in the prestigious Marmara University in Istanbul, and currently lives and work in Hamburg.

Eclectis Art by Abbey Watkins

Abbey Watkins graduated from the Manchester Metropolitan University with first class honors in Textile Design for Fashion. Abbey’s work is . . . eclectic, to say the least. She does a lot of digitally colored illustrations with pencil. Her inspiration comes from anywhere. A lot of her work is fashion-oriented but she loves to create […]