I'm glad for being invited for the campaign "NEVER GIVE UP" The purpose of the campaign is to give more strength and support to all the young and emerging artists who believe in their talent and follow their dream. “Never Give Up” is a boost, you don’t have to stop because of obstacles, you must build your fate believing in your own.
Artist Jason Mecier is known for his collection of portraits made from diverse objects such as food, pills, junk, and more. Warning: This post may contain images with nudity. Viewer discretion is advised. Top: Taylor Swift’s portrait made from 5000 pieces of candy (Good ‘N Plenty). Notes about Mecier (from bio published at iSpot): A...
Founded by photographer Levi Bettwieser, the Rescued Film Project obtains unclaimed film rolls from the 1930s to the 1990s and develops them for the first time, salvaging hidden memories than might have otherwise been completely lost to time. In late 2014 at an auction in Ohio, Bettwieser discover
Remember Summertime Scrap Tires Sailing Hay Bales Summer Toboggan Run Isar Nuclear Power Plant Stock of Wood River Vils At Schalkham, Bavaria Autumn In The Vineyard Under Snow Poplar Avenue Wave Pattern Surrounded Clones Technical Break Perched at the window of his Cessna 172, photogra
No, you're not on drugs, or maybe you are, in which case you might want to wait a while before watching this. Overstepping Artifacts is the latest fractalized music video from French animator and musician Alexandre Lehmann (aka Ricardo Montalban or Zzzzra) as part of his ongoing Musicia
Artist Laurie Frick describes her work as being a fine line between art and neuroscience. Using aggregate data gathered from nightly EEG activity as a starting point she creates visual patterns and rhythms which are transformed into sprawling grids of cardboard, wood, and paper magazin
A peek inside the sketchbooks of Michigan based artist and illustrator Pat Perry reveals a fascinating world where the natural world seems on a direct collision course with the urban. Silhouettes of people and wildlife are filled with rich, textured stories that seem to be represen
It isn’t common to see tattoos of armadillos, but it is common to see birds, cats, dogs, snakes, bears, foxes… and since we’ve all seen these creatures inked on human skin, it is necessary for tattooers to come up with unique compositions to make it appealing to the eye. In continuation with the popular animal...
Japanese artist Yamamoto Motoi was born in Hiroshima, Japan in 1966 and worked in a dockyard until he was 22 when he decided to focus on art full-time. Six years later in 1994 his younger sister died from complications due to brain cancer and Yamamoto immediately began to memorialize
A recent feature on National Geographic shows us the extraordinary beauty of the Portuguese Man-of-War, pictures taken by Aaron Ansarov. It is a shame to see these colorful marine animals out of water, as they are so attractive and graceful in it. Often confused for jellyfishes, these “Zooids” as retired military photographer now photojournalist Ansarov correctly...
Just discovered the work of San Francisco artist Andy Diaz Hope who transfers photographs onto elaborate grids of gel caplets. Andy Diaz Hope deconstructs his own digital photographs and painstakingly reassembles the original image in a mosaic of gelatin pill capsules, each containing
Collage artist Eugenia Loli uses photography scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create bizarre visual narratives that borrow from aspects of pop art, dada, and traditional surrealism. Loli's background is almost as diverse as the imagery she employs, ha
Animator Ben Ridgway creates abstract animations that explore organic and metaphysical imagery, relating to aspects of life and interconnectedness. His latest film, Cosmic Flower Unfolding, recently won several awards and has been touring film festivals around the world since late last year. He sh
It’s become a fairly common sight: boxes of discarded books, abandoned on the sidewalk. As the onset of digital publishing brings reading material to handheld devices, physical books have become less important. Struck by scenes of shuttered bookstores and books
Violaine & Jeremy is a graphic design and illustration studio based in Paris formed by Violaine Orsoni and Jeremy Schneider. The duo collaborate on a wide range of projects including the design and layout of Influencia magazine, indentity projects, and album covers. Among their
Michigan-based artist Pat Perry (previously) spent most of 2014 living a transient life spread across the U.S. His travels took him backpacking, train hopping, and motorcycling with stops in New England, Arkansas, and Texas, all the while dutifully recording his thoughts and observ
In recent years, it has been noticeable a new wave of tattooers that are connected to fine art enthusiasts and students. It is obvious that drawing on a flat piece of paper is different from inking on someone’s body. These visual artists are fascinated with the challenge of inking on a complex surface such as...
Street artist OakOak (previously) transformed a parking meter shadow into a perfect silhouette of Snoopy's famous dog house this past Valentine's Day in Saint-Etienne, France. You can see more of his recent street interventions here. (via StreetArtNews, Laughing Squid)
While flying south of San Francisco recently, photographer Julieanne Kost managed to capture this beautiful series of photographs that look like something out of a Dr. Seuss book. The color in the photos isn't altered, nor were the images taken with an infrared lens, instead what
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