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Brain On Vacation – Illustrations by John Holcroft

Pin It John Holcroft is a prolific illustrator from the UK. His work has a vintage look and feel but with modern undertones. John studied Graphic Design at Sheffield, England. He started working with illustrations in the early 1990s. Unlike most artists who stick with one style, John has reinvented his more than half a […]

Peaceful Dreams – Paintings by Antonio Cazorla

Pin It Antonio Cazorla’s artistic ability manifested itself at an early age. He began painting at ten years of age and by the time he was eleven, he was already exhibiting his work. He studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Seville and was awarded the prestigious Landscape Grant of El Paular (Madrid). After […]

The Weight On One’s Shoulders – Pentateuque by Fabien Merelle

Pin It Fabien Merelle graduated from the Beaux-Arts. He is also a former resident of the prestigious Casa Vélasquez in Madrid. ‘Pentateuque’ is part of the 2013 Art Stage Singapore exhibition at the Marina Bay Sands. It’s a lighthearted attempt to translate the maxim ‘to have the weight on one’s shoulders’ into a sculpture. Fabien […]

Anatomy and Photography – Photographs by Shay Armstrong

Pin It Shay Armstrong describes herself as “an artist working in the photographic arts and the world of body paint and body art”. She used to call herself a “bodypainting photographer” but found out that the label didn’t really cover the multi-faceted  media she works with. Her signature style are nude, body-painted figures photographed in the […]

Lovers in the Moonlight – Illustrations by Thanos Tsilis

Pin It Thanos Tsilis is a Greece based artist who loves to paint dynamic compositions. The subject of his work is rather eclectic and each new one is bound to be a surprise. He somehow manages to fuse realism with a cartoonish style of drawing. Dedicated tourists from the past, lovers, Santa, elves, a Vampire, […]

A Giraffe, A Chopper, and You – Animal Photography by Andre Villeneuve

Pin It Minimalist isn’t very popular with a lot of photographers nowadays. Each shot is crammed with as much detail as it could hold. The result, while not altogether unpleasant, isn’t very relaxing to the eye. Animal photographer Andre Villeneuve has taken a different approach. Often, his shots contain nothing but the animal itself and […]

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 […]

A Sight for Sore Eyes – Street Art by Przemek Blejzyk

Pin It Lodz, a street artist from Poland, has managed to hide his personal information from admirers and authorities extremely well. Except for his name, that is. Przemek Blejzyk’s work is scattered all through out Poland. I’m quite sure the owners of the buildings don’t mind having their walls decorated with this sort of artwork. […]

The Finger – Ditology by Dito Von Tease

Pin It Dito Von Tease is a derivation of Dita Von Teese, the famous icon of “burlesque” style and expert in disguises. Also, “il Dito” means “the Finger” in Italian. His Ditology is a series of index-finger portraits of famous personalities. According to him,the finger is the most apt symbol for our digital age (digitus […]

A Graceful Pause by Anton Surkov

Pin It Movement, grace, sensuality – words that come to mind when looking at Anton Surkov’s yet untitled series featuring dancers perfectly captured while in motion. The liberal use of chalk dust accentuates the outline of the dancers. Well-toned bodies are shown to their best advantage with the contrasting use of light and dark. Judging […]