The beard trend is lasting longer than imagined. How about “Treebeards”? Cal Redback has given a new spin to the beard fashion in his latest portrait series that has a similar aesthetic to Alberto Seveso’s famous digital art. Some of his weird hybrid plant-people look a bit ghastly (see pic #4) resembling the scary Michael Myers....
Master of the miniature Jon Almeda creates tiny hand thrown ceramics at 1" scale that are every bit as detailed and perfect as their much larger counterparts. The Washington-based artist makes vases, bowls, and even tea kettles tiny enough to sit atop a coin or toothbrush. Despite their fra
Last year around this time, Zuzia Kozerska of Valek Rolling Pins (previously) practically set the internet on fire with lasers, more specifically her laser engraved rolling pins that imprint different patterns in cookie dough. Kozerska has been hard at work creating increasingly more complex desig
I was pretty much born with paint on my hands! Over the years I have pursued my passion for the fine arts through many avenues, but it was around three years ago that I discovered the joy of working with ceramics and porcelain.
As the Resident Artist of the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Toronto, my hand-painted plates made their original debut at TOCA, the Ritz’s signature eatery. Here they continue to serve the purpose of both function and intrigue; a plate at every setting of the 120-seat restaurant sparks both conversation and inspiration for future design.
Over the past few months, London-based designer and illustrator Seb Lester (previously) shared a number of hand-lettered logos on Instagram. Using only calligraphy pens, some minor preparation coupled with years of experience, the identities for brands like Coca Cola, Converse, and the New York Ti
Designer Joseph Walsh believes that the quality of life can be improved by surrounding ourselves with work that is valued beyond both its form and function, an idea manifested through his functional art and sculptures embedded with calculated chaos. Walsh designs and produces pieces that st
Moving to Australia wasn't something really planed, so I didn't know much about it. But once there, what an incredible country! Nature is so different from France, colors are vivid and bright, trees and flowers are lush and..
Street artists began painting on the walls of the Long Beach Museum of Art on June 26th of this year. The project, titled “Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape,” will feature a select group of artists that are either exploring urban art outside of the studio, or are thinking about taking up the studio instead of the street.
Over the last year, Belgian painter and sculpturor Stefaan De Croock aka Strook (previously) began working with repurposed wood panels, doors, and furniture to construct giant faces on the side of buildings. The recycled wood surfaces are cut into precise geometric shapes and pieced together like
Tennessee-based photographer Emily Blincoe (previously) continues to create some of the most meticulously arranged collections of objects we've seen. From leaves and flowers to cereal and trash, the photographer is capable of making visually soothing layouts of almost any object. One of Blinc
Artist Joe Mangrum (previously) was just in Zuidlaren, Netherlands, where he was commissioned by the Doe Museum to create 8 temporary sand paintings over a period of 11 days. All of Mangrum's paintings are spontaneous and evolve as he works, a grueling physical process that involves dozens
Lost In Infinity Split is a collaboration between myself and artist Magnus Sodamin. The body painted women, covered in fluorescent paint, blend with the environment under the black lights. In some images the women appear to melt into the illusion of space. The images challenge your perspective and delight with color.
“All of my books are folded, never cut or glued, into my own designs. I try to find books that have been cast off, have lost their value as readable material and give them a second life as a small work of art,”  states this artist from the Exploded Library. And rest assured, she...
Edu Monteiro is a photographer and visual artist whose work is focused on researching the relationship between photography and performance. His portraits possess an air of theatricality and feel like a performance art piece. Intended to shock and invoke strong reactions in the viewer, they work because Monteiro doesn’t hold anything back. Disgusting and marvellous at...
Ah yes, the majestic pigeon. An unlikely source of inspiration for such dominating murals, but at the hands of Dutch street artist Stefan Thelen aka Super A (previously) these ubiquitous urban dwellers are turned into something surprisingly beautiful. His latest piece at top was just compl
JULES ANTOINE (1863-1948) ATTR. - Vincent Van Gogh in conversation with friends, Paris, 96 rue Blanche, December 1887 Melanotype, direct positive and reversed image on blackboard (carton photographique), 86x112 mm, “Gautier Martin” stamp, recto. Vincent Van Gogh in conversation with Paul Gauguin
I am Ramin Nasibov, a multidimensional graphic designer specializing in Branding, Packaging Design and related Visual Communication. Apart from my principal activity, I am also enthusiastic about photography and architecture.
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