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Disparity – Unedited Images by Oscar Ruíz

Pin It Originally created as an ad campaign for a bank, Oscar Ruíz’s “Erase the Difference” series has opened up a can of worms. Who would have ever thought that there really was a line separating the rich from the poor? Aerial shots of Mexico clearly show this line where opulent apartments and villas sit […]

Realistic Iceberg Paintings by Zaria Forman

Pin It As a child, Zaria Forman traveled with her mother, a renowned professional photographer, to some of the world’s most remote landscapes. The beauty and majesty of these places hasn’t left her and on 2012, she led an epic expedition which aimed to trace the 1869 journey made by painter William Bradford up the […]

Spilled Portraits by Vivi Mac

Pin It Vivi Mac is an astoundingly creative portrait artist who loves capturing her subjects with whatever foodstuff happens to be handy. She has done President Barack Obama in brown sugar, Martin Luther King in coffee, Michael Jackson in milk, and Yoda in green chewing gum. She has also used caramel sauce, barbecue sauce, crushed […]

Serene Aquascapes by Takashi Amano

Pin It Takashi Amano was born in Niigata, Japan in 1954. He is an internationally known landscape photographer who visited pristine forests in Japan as well as the untouched tropical rainforests of Borneo, Amazon, and West Africa. He introduced the Japanese nature style into aquascaping in the 1980s and the hobby hasn’t been the same […]

Awesome 3D Digital Paintings by Cynthia Decker

Pin It Cynthia Decker began drawing on a computer when she was just 13 years old. She studied drawing and design all throughout high school. When the technology became available to her, she started digital painting while continuing to work on more traditional media like acrylics, oils, and pastels. In 1998, Cynthia began using 3D […]

Precision Cuts – Sculptures by Florent Tanet

Pin It Florent Tanet was hoping to give people a reprieve from the dreariness of winter with his series “A Colorful Winter”. His series features precision-cut fruits and vegetables cleverly arranged to give the viewer a startling contrast.  What’s amazing and amusing about his work is the painstaking care he took to make sure that the pieces of fruit […]

The Green Question – Installations by Edina Tokodi

Pin It Edina Tokodi is the founder of Mossitka, a collective of eco-minded street artists dedicated to green guerilla tactics and inspired public art. Their mossy and/or grassy installations have a habit of sprouting all over the urban landscape. These Zen-inspired installations produce a stark contrast with the steel and concrete surroundings. It forces the […]

Waiting Under the Blacklight

Pin It Bathing in Ultraviolet light Typically, when I pick up my camera I’m shooting in natural or available light. Additionally, many shoots lead me into my studio, under the bright lights of the strobes. Last year I began looking for alternative ways to paint with light. I started reading about ultraviolet, or black light. […]