Fab Ciraolo is an illustrator that is impossible not to love. His pieces combine re-imagined elements of nostalgic popular culture with fantastical sci-fi standards and beautiful space-like atmospheres.
Peruvian sculptor Emil Alzamora enjoys exaggerating and distorting the human form in the name of his beautiful and unique creations. His eye catching works serve as manifestations of the pleasure and pain of the human experience, and often display unusually exaggerated limbs and contorted flesh, in order to communicate psychic trauma.
These surrealistic portraits by artist Mandy Tsung embody the vulnerability, strength, love, and sexuality that are inherent within human beings. Her work is about capturing the complexity of emotion, and is greatly inspired by editorial fashion photography as well as nature. She draws from her multicultural heritage to blend Ukiyo-e aesthetics with vibrant, pop-culture inspired female characters to create work that is both captivating in its beauty...
Artist Antony Gormley uses his own body as subject, tool and material to create these amazing sculptures.
German collaborative duo Herakut have been very busy lately… After hitting up Los Angeles and New Hampshire with a series of well received shows and walls, they jetted to Jaffa Port, Tel Aviv to participate in the CASTRO Street Project with two decidedly emo-titled murals: If I gave up my arms could you teach...
Celebrating 45 years of public art from around the world at the LA Mart Design Center in Downtown Los Angeles.
Photo Manipulation by Swedish artist Erik Johanson. Erik comes up with a concept from scratch takes the photos and then works his photo-shop magic!
Joe Diamond is a young Romanian digital designer. She is a perfectionist, very careful with details, making sure to create a story in every piece of artwork.