Unlike most big-shot photographers out there, Alexandre Deschaumes is self-taught. It’s not enough for him to just climb a mountain, set up his equipment and take the shot. A true artist, he tries to get a ‘feel’ of the landscape he’s capturing on film before actually taking aim with the lens. The results as you can see, are nothing short of breathtaking.
Kristiina Wilson is one of the more prolific New York based photographers. She works in both film and advertising, specifically in fashion and beauty. Photography isn’t her only vice, according to her website she’s into cats and books too. Her series ‘Los Fridos” is a hybrid of photography and painting featuring the portraits of Mexican artist Frida Khalo.
Remember when you were a kid and used to draw faces in your fingers to amuse yourself while the teacher drones on? Well, Tien Min Liao took that concept not just a step, but a leap farther. Her series Handmade type illustrates the transformation of lowercase letters into capital letters with ink-stained hands. Even the italicized form of the letters can be formed. Tien Min Liao was born in Taiwan and obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Advertising at National Chengchi University.
Tattoos may be a sign of creativity, rebellion, or self-expression, depending on your culture. Some people simply let it be but Shawn Barber, on the other hand, has a bit of an obsession with tattoos. All of his work involve tattoos in one way or another. He has published and illustrated at least two books on the subject. His distinctive style of rendering tattooed people in the most colorfully vivid way has made his work stand out from other artists. Unsurprisingly, Shawn is also a tattoo artist.
Angelo Musco is an Italian artist who is now based in New York. His photography is quite distinctive, it will take you a long unnerving moment to sort out all the human bodies in his photos. What appears to be a school of fish from a distance turns out to be a school of naked, swimming humans up close. His projects are known for being intense, thought-provoking, and almost always including nakedness.
Famous french band “Le Peuple de l’Herbe” release his new political involved wacky video for the song “Parler le fracas” (“talking the crash”). Directed by Wasaru, discover this animated music video, melting of photography and drawings in the video below:
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Looking at her paintings is like drinking genius from a glass of harmony.
Her works of art and the features of their characters diffuse vibrations of eternity. An eternity that grasps beauty with its arms, but not typical beauty, but rather an indescribable beauty that is disguised as death and radiates the most intense emotions, emotions that make your bones tremble and leave you breathless in a world without time, returning to a world begotten of pure white.
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Letter To Our World is a global #happiness project created to connect strangers from all over the world, to help us touch each other’s lives in a positive way. A map of the world made out of stamps will travel around the globe, to create a Letter To Our World with advice for a happier life. Click here for more »
Christian Guémy a.k.a. C215 is a French graphic artist whose stencil work has been pooping up all over Barcelona and Berlin. His work is notable for being colorful, astonishingly detailed, and ubiquitous. He has been in love with graffiti since he was a child. While Christian can paint with brushes and cans, he feels that stencils are the best way to quickly place something beautiful anywhere in the streets. According to him: “I paint in the streets people really belonging to the streets: tramps, but also beggars, street orphans from the poorest countries. This is a stencil tradition.”
Don’t worry, your eyes are fine. Ho Ryon Lee’s paintings are intentionally making you look twice at something any hot-blooded male would take a second look. Lee’s unique technique of painting an image as if it was a badly taken photograph is quite distinctive.The popularity his work is not, in any way, hurt by the act tat his subjects are women wearing short, flimsy skirts.