Photographer and Architect Bernardo Medina was born in El Salvador, Central America but has lived in Houston, Texas most of his life. A source of inspiration for his architectural projects, photography allows Medina to “play with the perception of the outside world…it’s structures, forms, colours, illusions, and clichés.” Medina uses mostly digital photographic equipment from […]
More great work from Fernando Hereñú (AKA Pulpo). Born in 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Pulpo is known for his complex composition and a surrealistic style. Pulpo completed his graphic design studies at the University of Buenos Aires in 2002 and currently works as an illustrator and as the creative director (and partner) of an […]
Paris artist Sebastien Feraut (aka Niark1) began his career in web design, eventually turning to freelance illustration, graphic design, and painting. His work can be seen in the music industry, street wear, print design, advertising, and custom toys. To see more of Feraut’s work, visit Niark1.com or check out his profile on Behance.
English-Canadian concept artist Keith Thompson studied illustration at Sheridan College near Toronto and has worked on films such as Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark and games like Borderlands and Aliens: Colonial Marines. He has illustrated books including Scott Westerfeld’s New York Times bestselling young adult novel Leviathan and Darkwing (Silverwing) by Kenneth Oppel. Thompson […]
Russian photographer Oleg Dou is exhibiting his new series entitled “Cubs” at Senda Gallery) in Barcelona, Spain. The Cubs series features portraits of children with a “grim perfection, pale complexion and lifeless look.” Inspired at first by the tradition of child funeral portraits practiced in the 19th century, Dou confides that the series also stems […]
Curves are so emotional.
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Born on December 22, 1960, in Brooklyn, New York, Jean-Michel Basquiat was a successful graffiti and Neo-Expressionist artist who continues to influence modern artists today. Basquiat showed a passion for art at a young age and was encouraged by his mother who had an interest in fashion design and sketching. Early influences included cartoon drawings, […]
“One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure. But New York City’s garbage, well that’s art.” Justin Gignac’s garbage art began as an experiment in package design. Today, NYC Garbage can be found on desks and bookshelves and mantles around the world. Since around 2002, Gignac has been hand picking trash and arranging it in small […]
Born on October 2, 1949, in Waterbury, Connecticut, Annie Leibovitz has been documenting American popular culture since the 1970s and is one of the most sought-after portrait photographers today. The Leibovitz family moved frequently with her father’s duty assignments in the U.S. Air Force and Annie took her first photos when they were stationed in […]
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