Art in the Street by Nelio

Based in Lyon, France, Nelio lights up the streets with his amazing art works. He exhibits his great craft with vibrant colors, precision and details in his works making them pop. When you pass by any of his works, take some time to appreciate it…maybe even a photo of you with it, too! Most of his […]

What’s in a Bag – Fashionable Designs by Stella Derkzen

Netherlands-based designer Stella Derkzen presents a new way of carrying your belongings through her collection of bag designs called “By Mean of Content.” The bags show their personality by showing or giving a hint what’s inside the bag. Through the use of translucent materials, the bags are able to stretch and take the shape of […]

A Taste of Pop Culture – Illustrations by Yuri Shwedroff

Inspired mostly by pop culture and his favorite TV shows and movies, Yuri Shwedoff creates amazing images with great detail. Fans of Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones and Marvel superheroes will be delighted to see Yuri’s works and his interpretation and renderings of these famous TV series and movies. This Russia-based illustrator graduated from the painting […]

Elegant Vision by Lillian Bassman

American painter and photographer Lillian Bassman made a great contribution to fashion photography during the 1940s and 1960s. Most of her works work published in Harper’s Bazaar from 1950-1965. Her signature works contain high contrasts of black and white, graininess details, and perfectly angled views of the models. After her stint as fashion photographer, she […]

Decisive Moments by Henri Cartier-Bresson

French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson is considered to be the Father of  Photojournalism, and is often accredited as being the first to develop the art of taking photos at the right moment in time. This is now known as candid photography. He was also the one coined the idea of Decisive Moment, which has led and inspired […]

Frighteningly Good Works by Anton Semenov

Russian digital artist Anton Semenov is one of those artists that creates haunting, yet beautiful and well-crafted images. Employing dark colors, some morbid references, and terrifying illustrations,  Anton presents works of art that are full of emotion. Anton currently works as an artist for an advertising agency which focuses on vehicle designs and illuminated signs. He started […]

Old and New Converge – Photography by Taylor Jones

Made by former RIM employee Taylor Jones, Dear Photograph lets you unravel the beauty of a picture that captures the essence of the past and present times. Named by TIME Magazine as one of the 10 best sites, Dear Photograph receives about 20,000 hits a day.   The idea was made while Taylor was at […]

Jacub Gagnon Takes Animals to Unfamiliar Territory

Considered one of Toronto’s emerging contemporary artists, Jacub Gagnon presents nature in an unusual habitat and form that creates a beautifully sweet yet disturbing image. Jacub presents a picture of how man manipulates nature and how nature tends to adapt, if it can. Jacub creates his images primarily with animals in the most bizarre way possible […]

Stephen Wilkes Takes You Around the World from Day to Night

New York-based fine art and commercial photographer Stephen Wilkes perfectly renders captured moments in one single shot of popular landmarks around the world in his Day to Night series. While most photos capture a single moment frozen in one click of the shutter, Day to Night captures multiple moments in one stunning photograph. The captured […]

Diego Marmolejo Marries Maximalism and Minimalism

Spanish artist Diego Marmolejo combines the beauty of two opposing concepts: minimalism and maximalism. This self-taught artist and Psychology graduate in Barcelona, playfully sketches his imagination to transform into a work of art. His works translates fine and solid lines combined with vibrant colors to create a seemingly abstract yet conceptual design containing animals, people […]