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Mirror Image – Portraits by François Brunelle

Pin It Have you ever said ‘hi’ to a person on the street and realized to your horror that they only look like someone you know? Canadian photographer François Brunelle is fascinated by this worldwide phenomena of look-alike that he created an entire series of portraits featuring strangers with uncanny resemblance to each other. He […]

Alphabetical Anatomy – Sculptures by Andreas Scheiger

Pin It Andreas Scheiger’s “Graphic Laboratory” was inspired the book “The Alphabet and Elements of Lettering”. His careful craftsmaship is clearly shown in his surreal vivisection of individual letters. Andreas is also a graphic artist but most of his work involve etching, letter design, and engraving with a nod to both science and the graphic […]

Folded Critters – Origami by Brian Chan

Pin It Brian Chan fell in love with origami as a child. He spent most of his childhood folding complex designs with paper. Origami appeals to him because it incorporates a lot of geometry, which is his favorite sector of mathematics. He also has a lot of fun from the extra challenge of folding from […]

Faceless – Illustrations by Juliano Lopes

Pin It 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 […]

Skin Deep – Photographs by Julien Palast

Pin It Julien Palast is a photographer based in Paris, France. In his series “Skin Deep”, beautifully proportioned people appear to be engulfed by brightly colored rubber-like substance. It’s a tight fit as the people appear to be completely naked.

Cool Photography – Sintesis Aditiva Photography Project

Pin It Space is space on it´s own, human is human on it´s own, and the sum of this two elements gives us a manipulated environment in which functionality steps away from meaning and where besides of motion you can still perceive life, because far from and anthropocentric view, a being is the essence of […]

Type City – Sculpture from Scrap by Hong Seon Jang

Pin It One man’s trash is another man’s pearl. In a digital world, typewriters belong to the museum or the scrap heap. Some of these instruments from a bygone era were resurrected by Korean artist Hong Seon Jang. He works mainly with found objects and common products. Type city is made entirely with parts scavenged […]

Human Metamorphosis by Jonathan Ducruix

Pin It Jonathan Ducruix is a Lyon-based digital artist who goes by the pseudonym Me&Edward. For him, photography is not an end but merely a source, a potential for creation. He is fascinated by people’s existence and of their emotions captured in a snapshot. In his “Metamorphosis” series, people are grotesquely altered in such a […]

Realistic Graphite Art by Ileana Hunter

Pin It Ileana Hunter is a Norwich-based graphite artist whose realistic drawings are inspired by the hidden lyricism of mundane objects and the fluidity of the human body. What’s amazing is that she has had no formal training whatsoever. She’s completely self-taught and yet her art speak volumes about her talent. She started whimsically, while she was studying […]

Female Digital Paintings by Marta Nael

Pin It Illustrator and matte painter Marta Nael creates fictional characters with a surreal touch and painting feel, complemented with the expression perfect for a template of an art exhibit of a fantasy game or movie. The women in her artworks show her passion in matte painting and concept art, beautiful and captivating as it […]

Skin Collages by David Adey

Pin It No, this isn’t some macabre collage made of human skin. Using a collection of craft punches, budding new graphic artist and designer David Adey put together this breath-taking work of art entitled “Swarm”. The individual pieces are attached to a foam panel using pins. It took him around 250 hours to complete it. […]

Pixel People by Various Artists

Pin It Using people as medium to portray a larger image is nothing new. In the latter part of the 1900s, photographers Arthur S. Mole and John D. Thomas took photographs of meaningful symbols and insignia made up of meticulously arranged military personnel. It was their contribution to the war effort during the first world […]

Creative Lip Photography by Nikos Vasilakis

Pin It Lips can actually have that enticing character apart from any other part of the face, which can offer either a paragraph of a story or a thousand words in each shot. This is probably being the reason Nikos Vasilakis chose it as a subject in one of his portfolios. With these models getting […]