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Rural Landscapes – Aerial Photography by Alex MacLean

Pin It Alex MacLean is a veteran aerial photographer who has been photographing the rural landscape since 1975. He has a Master’s degree in architecture and flying was his way of performing site analysis. He was captivated by what he saw while up in the sky “in part because of its natural response to environmental […]

The Detritus of Our Past – Artwork by Maiko Akiba

Pin It Japanese artist Maiko Akiba gave us a glimpse of the future with her series “100 Years Later”. The series features artificially aged everyday gadgets, clothing, and objects.  Among the aged objects are: a digital camera, shoes, a coat,  jewelry, boots, an accordion, a vending machine, and a calculator. The aging was artfully done […]

Captured in Mid-air – Photos by Bence Bakonyi

Pin It Bakonyi Bence is a Hungarian photographer who is known for his strikingly crisp and realistic images with a surreal twist. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in photography at Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest. In his series “Nameless”, a bunch of objects (plus a rather small dog) is captured […]

Towers on Towels – Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki

Pin It Takahiro Iwasaki is a Japanese srtist whose sculptures are in every danger of being stepped on. His small, colorful, and delicately-made constructs are usually found on floors amidst haphazardly strewn towels. You might need magnifying glass to truly appreciate Takahiro’s work. His topographical maps carved out of electrical tape are my personal favorites. […]

Streetwalkers – Chalk Art by David Zinn

Pin It David Zinn describes himself as an avid whistler, a haphazard ukulele player, a shameless word nerd, and an inveterate doodler. He is a self-taught artist who has a B.A. in Creative Writing and English Language. David has also been known to dabble in theater now and then. He has used ink, pencil, chalk, […]

Birds the Same Feather – Sculptures by Chris Maynard

Pin It Chris Maynard is more than just slightly feather-obsessed. He is a Washington-based artist who carves tiny birds out of different kinds of feathers. He uses the tiny eye surgery scissors, forceps, and magnifying glasses handed down from his family. He said: “My work with feathers gives me a satisfying perch from which to […]

Hung Out To Dry – Realistic Wood Carvings by Mary Leu

Pin It What looks like an unwashed pair of underwear is actually a wood carving by Mary Leu. Her laundry list of carvings also include: a filthy pair of socks, a lacy bra, a brown hand towel, a pair of gardening gloves, and a remarkably detailed handbag complete with wooden zippers. Leu’s attention to the […]

Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Pin It Roeselien Raimond has a passion for nature photography. In her series “Fox in the Snow”, she has has given us small glimpses of the day-to-day life of the most secretive of nature’s creatures. She has captured foxes at play, grooming one another, hunting, swimming, and dozing in the autumn sun. She said: “I’m […]

Untold Horrors – Concept Art by David Paget

Pin It David Paget is a Concept artist who delights in giving the viewer a small and not-so-fleeting glimpse of post-apocalyptic horrors. he is currently working as an artist Double Eleven Limited in England. Prior to this, he taught digital art at Teesside University in the UK. He also freelanced within the Games and Film […]

A Girl and Her Cat – Portraits by Andy Prokh

Pin It In 1963, Andy Prokh was born in the small rural town of Ural in Russia. He is an economist by profession but was always a photographer at heart. He started engaging in professional photography around seven years ago. His favorite subjects are himself, his daughter Katya, and his cat Tom. Katya and Tom […]

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 […]

Seemingly Seamless – Petrykivka Paintings by Olena Skytsiuk

Pin It Petrykivka is a style of painting which originated from the small Ukrainian Petrykivka village. This style of painting utilizes thousands of small brushstrokes, blending together to present a seemingly seamless element within the painting. The brush used for these paintings are in themselves unique, being hand-made from cat hair. Olena Skytsiuk, a renowned […]

The Cuteness Factor – Adorable Critters by Fabo

Pin It There’s cute, and there’s the next level of cute: Fabo’s creations. The generally round shape, and the big, soulful eyes strike your cuteness chord when you look at Fabo’s creations. Not only are his critters undeniably adorable, they convey a wide range of expressions too; from timid, to curious, to sad. His love […]

Photorealistic Minimalism by Nigel Cox

Pin It Nigel Cox grew up on the edge of Dundalk, a small market town in County Louth. He went to the Riversdale College in Liverpool and joined the Transglobe Expedition right after graduation. His exposure to “the staggering beauty of vast and often barren spaces” has affected his art. Nigel’s stye of Photorealistic Minimalism […]

A Closer Look at a World Unseen with Macrophotography

Pin It Simply put, macrophotography is the art of taking a close-up picture of very small objects. Although any object will do, the usual subjects are usually insects, flowers, and water droplets since they give the best results. Photography at this scale has its own difficulties. A steady hand and a great lens aren’t the […]

Delicious Photographs by Alena Nikiforova

Pin It Milk, juice, and water are just some of the liquids that talented photographer Alena Nikiforova uses on her female subjects. These sensually daring photos are just some of many in her impressive portfolio. I love the way she captures the splash of the liquid on her subject’s bodies, as well as the innovative […]

Iconic Pictures in Full Color by Sanna Dullaway

Pin It It may be difficult for today’s generation to imagine a world where all the photographs are in black and white, but until recently, this was so. Freelance artist Sanna Dullaway went out of her way to fix that. She took iconic photos in black and white and with the help of digital technology, […]

Water Droplets by Paul Quinn

Pin It There are thousands, maybe even millions, of images of running waters, steady waters, rivers, oceans, falls and such but only a select few choose to give their time to this one part that makes all those up–water droplets. Paul Quinn is one of them, adding a creative touch to it with different colorful […]

Welcome to the Wonderful World of Willard Wigan

Pin It No, that’s not a giant fly. That’s a really teeny, tiny cat sculpture. Feast your eyes at Willard Wigan’s masterpieces, but don’t forget to bring a microscope. Most of his work are so small that they comfortably fit in the eye of a needle with plenty of room left over to spare. Some […]