Riikka Sormunen’s paintings are stylised depictions of fantasy worlds. She also paints novelty figurines to immerse in these beautiful environments. I spoke to Riikka to find out about her career, inspirations and the darkness that seeps into her pieces, lending them unusual and thought-provoking qualities.
Notes about this project from the artist:
This project was generated by an idea that the image of humanity united as one could be built by creating a figure combining “Nation,” “Cooperation,” and “Peace” with all the continents ands islands of the world.
Link via Scene 360 Illusion
Pretty cool product and concept. They make chairs out of corrugated cardboard, which is good for the environment. There’s more at. Check it out, what do you think?
American fashion photographer Steven Meisel stirred up some controversy for this awesome photoshoot he did for Italian Vogue awhile back. His “Make Love Not War” series depicts sweaty, dirty soldiers in the middle of a war-zone interacting with models in a very “heated fashion.”
More pics at My Modern Metropolis.
Based out of Montreal, Canada, photographer Pierre Choiniere has the rare ability to create a seductive chemistry with his models…
More pics at My Modern Metropolis!
El Tiburon (spanish for the shark) is the title of Blu one of the most exciting artists working the streets today..
For more, visit Colectiva >> Blog >> Street Art >> Blu.
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