Monthly Archives: March 2013

Photography by Stephanie Jung

Berlin-based photographer Stephanie Jung finished her studies in Visual Communications, where she discovered her passion for experimental photography. She captures the vibrant and chaotic mood of the places she visits.

Dran – art pack 1

“My name is Dran, born in Toulouse in 1979, my father wanted me to work with him in construction, but since my arms are too thin to hold a hammer, I dedicated myself to drawing.” Dran is a street artist…

The Holy Beauty Project Vol. 3

Rossina Bossio‘s third and final installment in the trilogy of videos from The Holy Beauty Project is finally online, one year after its production and official presentation at Saint Claire’s Church Museum in Bogotá, Colombia. “The Holy Beauty Project is a…

Gerard Schlosser’s Paintings

French painter Gerard Schlosser is known for using photographs to frame a specific part of a scene. His paintings are hyperrealist fragments of fictional stories.

Daisy By Ben Torode

Ben Torode is not a professional photographer, but a translator born in Australia and currently based in Tokyo. His series “Daisy  in Japan” features the loveliest kitten, these photos were taken when daisy was between 8 and 16 weeks old.

Mioke – Intriguing and Surreal Illustrations

Inspired by Hayo Miyazaki (Spirited Away), German artist Mioke creates wonderfully dark, intriguing and surreal illustrations. “Her images are unsettling and charming, strange yet familiar. They feature lonely northern landscapes: isolated Scandinavian and Icelandic terrain, a subarctic frozen lake continent, untouched caves and moss meadows, and mountains…

Food Paintings by Joel Penkman

New Zealand born artist Joel Penkman, currently living in the UK, captures our food favourites by using egg tempera and gesso to grinding and mixing his own paint. You can shop the prints on Etsy.

Oleg Oprisco

Kiev, Ukraine based photographer Oleg Oprisco creates very emotive portraits with great tones and composition. You can follow his work more closely on 500px or Flickr.

Beautiful Chaos: Lora Zombie

Self-taught Russian illustrator Lora Zombie creates chaotic, vibrant and colourful paintings by using ink and watercolours. Zombie is a rising star, with her exhibitions quickly selling out galleries worldwide.   [vimeo http://vimeo.com/28553129 w=580&h=281]