Fallout (Patryk Kuleta)

It is not often an artist dubs his style ‘eerie fashion’. With muses such as Egon Schiele, Josef Fenneker, Franc Marc, Francis Bacon, Lyonel Feininger, the final product is anything but eerie. Patryk Kuleta is also influenced by elements of theater and film posters. There is a post-apocalyptic feel in some his works, especially so in the maimed but still captivating work of a radiation exposed Marilyn Monroe in “Princess Motel”. The spotlight is on you Pat.


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Greg Lamarche

Record Makers Promo video 10th anniversary

Watch the video by Mrzyk and Moriceau for the 10th anniversary of Record Makers

What if Google buys Famous brands – Logos in Google style!!

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Photography by Andriete Le Secq

Creative and amazing fashion/glamour/beauty photography by Andriete Le Secq, talented female photographer, who working with fashion, music, advertising, fine art / glamour.
Photography by Andriete Le Secq

Photography by Phil McDarby

Phil McDarby is a freelance digital artist, photographer & composer. He has been drawing and painting fantasy and sci-fi characters and environments for most of his life, and made the jump from traditional to digital around 1998
Photography by Phil McDarby

25 Amazing 3D Realistic Characters

34 amazing fire illustration

Photography by George Holz

George Holz is an American photographer whose work spans 30 years and includes nudes, fashion, and celebrity portraits. He is a native of Oak Ridge Tennessee, and graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California in 1980.
Photography by George Holz



Felipe Rocha has some nice work. He’s just 19 from Brazil.

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Vasili Zorin

Rankin “Eat Me Naked”

Pete Doherty par Rankin

Learn more about the Rankin’s exhibition on Le Blog de Yoland.

T-shirts by Ethcs Clothing

A couple of tees from Ethcs Clothing. Designed by New Zealand native Shane G. The Ethcs label has been around for a couple of years but has been pretty exclusive to New Zealand until recently.

design walk 2010 by Indyvisuals & Charis Tsevis

Indyvisuals had to deal with the digital vs analog contradiction and the truth is that we were delighted as almost everything we do combines both technologies and creative processes. So what we finally ended up to, was to invite a really good friend of ours, famous for his work making digital mosaics and invert the whole process. Charis Tsevis was given the symbols as well as the final photo we wanted to use, did his magic and gave us the final piece which consisted of 3 different sized square pieces and 58 varieties of color and size combinations. All this on a 6×2,5m canvas made of 120 columns and 50 rows of a 5×5 pixel grid.
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