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Cubed – Sculptures by Michael Johansson

Pin It Michael Johansson’s art would appeal to those afflicted with OCD. Luggage of the same hue arranged in a perfect cube appeals to a disorganized traveler like me, but it’s not only luggage that falls prey to Michael’s symmetric prowess. He does kitchenware, electrical gadgets, garden tools, and appliances too. Clearly, he spent a […]

Sea Blooms – Underwater Photographs by Felix Salazar

Pin It Felix Salazar is an LA-based photographer and composer. His underwater macro shots of corals and anemones are breathtakingly detailed. Who would have ever thought flowers that bloomed beneath the waves of the sea were this colorful? Felix cheated a bit though, these weren’t taken ‘neath the waves of an actual sea. These corals […]

Vancouver Lifestyle Photographer

Pin It Emmy Lou Virginia is a Vancouver-based natural light photographer, who specializes in lifestyle photography.  She loves to capture the euphoria of girls caught in a sunset, the joy of a father tossing his child in the air and catching him again, the way people in love look at each other, and how hands […]

Shadow People – Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Pin It Perceptual psychology is a form of evaluation used for psychological patients. An example of this is the Rorschach test (the one with the inkblots). Tim Noble and Sue Webster took this a step further with their shadow sculptures. They’ve always played with the idea of how humans perceive abstract images and give them meaning. […]

Behind the Flimsy Facade – Street Art by Dran

Pin It Dran is one of the most exciting emerging street artists in the UK this century. He sculpts, draws, paints, and has six published art books under his belt. He insists that he he not a street artist but art critics are already dubbing him as “the French Banksy”. His art delivers hard-hitting messages presented […]

My Camera, My Subject, and Me – Photos by Isaac Joel Torres

Pin It Isaac Joel Torres loves working with natural ambient light. Unlike most artists, Isaac has a no-frills approach to photography. Often, his subject, his camera, and ambient light are all he has to work with. He tries to stay away from the super high fashion or studio photography. Isaac wants to achieve a more […]

The Unique Realism of Jason de Graaf’s Acrylic Paintings

Pin It There are many talented painters out there who can easily fool you into thinking their paintings are photos. Jason de Graaf on the other hand, is in a class of his own. His talent is simply Olympian. Jason loves to play with perspective and light. Most, if not all, of his paintings highlight […]

LED Cathedral for 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium

Pin It If you think church is only about the preacher or priest and its attendees, Luminaria De Cagna claimed otherwise in the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. Giving a light feeling, the amazing LED Cathedral lighted up the Belfortstraat city featuring Romanesque crossmatched with bright rainbow colors, anyone would be convinced to visit […]

Realistic Oil Painting by Marta Penter

Pin It Marta Penter was born in Porto Alegre, in Brazil. Her usually large watercolor and oil paintings feature the highlighting of light and shadow effects, thus creating a unique intimate atmosphere.