Charlotte Bories is a french artist from Paris, now based in Bali (Indonesia). In 2008, she graduated with a master’s degree in Art at College of Fine Arts. Ten years later, she fell in love with underwater model photography. Continue reading »
Veronika Gilková is a conceptual photographer who creates unusual photography, as if born in dreams or dreams. She graduated from UKF Nitra, Slovakia (2013), where she studied psychology. Continue reading »
Photographer Richard Silver (previously featured) has published a new series of vertical church panoramas. Despite only becoming a full-time photographer in 2011, his work has already been featured by companies such as Tiffany and Co., UNITED Airlines, TimeOut New York, and others. Continue reading »
Saudi Arabia will build one of the world’s largest structures spanning 121 kilometers in width and up to 488 meters in height, in the desert city of NEOM. Dubbed the “The Line”, the mega project is expected to cost $1 trillion and will be mostly made of reflective glass. Continue reading »
These vintage photographs of Snow King chairlifts taken between the 1950s and 1970s show people riding in a very unsafe way without deploying any safety bars or other protections. Continue reading »
The Female in Focus international award from the British Journal of Photography and its publisher 1854 Media, was established to champion the work of exceptional female photographers and combat gender inequality in the industry.
2006 – Persia Campbell
‘When the war against the cartel began in Ciudad Juárez in 2006, many of us took refuge in our private spaces (in our homes and in our bedrooms). In view of the public spaces being taken over by terrorism and violence, we made our homes a safe haven. This image represents duality and contrast. The interior is fully decorated in pastels in representation of our border aesthetic. The violence, public spaces, and the war on drugs are displayed on the television placed in the room’ Continue reading »
Olga Fedorova is an artist from Moscow, based in Brussels, Belgium. Olga studied at Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute and La Cambre National School of Visual Arts (Brussels). She has exhibited her art in England, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Continue reading »
Pazza Pennello is a Ukrainian painter, she participated in many domestic and international exhibitions. Her works are featured in the Saatchi gallery and French, Swiss, and US private collections. Continue reading »
Made by Sarah and sold on her Etsy store, these weird artworks really makes you think about the strange nature of human beings, as it seems lots of them are actually buying these crimes against good taste. And the artist is happy to oblige. Probably, NSFW. Continue reading »
From late 1955 to 1966, an aerial tram ran from the Cliff House to Point Lobos. Continue reading »
Probably, we all agree that one should treat a cat like a queen or king or dire consequences might follow. These graceful creatures have been highly appreciated since ancient Egyptian times (if not earlier), not without a reason, and Galina Bugaevskaya, a talented digital creator, is well aware of that. Continue reading »
In 2001 the Sony company started works on “Project David”. The goal was to develop and test of robot and his ability to integrate to the humane society. Continue reading »
These amazing images, which were discovered by TopFoto in their extensive archives, have revealed the post-World War Two invention of inflatable bras as women strived to look like Marilyn Monroe in 1952. Continue reading »
Minimalist Photography Awards is a nonprofit association, powered by black & white Minimalism magazine and founded by Milad Safabakhsh, which aims to recognize, reward, and expose talented photographers all around the world and introduce them to the professional photography industry. Continue reading »
Jonathan Latiano creates large, site-responsive, installation sculptures that investigate concepts of time and our subjective perception of the past, present and future. Continue reading »
Russian military ship, palianytsia, the map of Ukraine, trident, Javelins — patriotic and war-themed tattoos are all the rage in the tattoo parlours all over Ukraine.
Tattoo parlours stay open in the cities relatively unaffected by the ongoing hostilities. Some are located in basements, and others schedule appointments for the hours where air raid alarms are the fewest. Continue reading »
Diana Căldărescu is a technical designer and fashion illustrator based in Los Angeles and New York City. She creates apparel, jewelry and illustrations that explores visual themes in Art Deco glamour and midcentury Soviet kitsch. Continue reading »
Wayward Leather Design is home to truly extraordinary leatherwork. Craftswoman Mellie Z. specializes in unique, handmade pieces, which she creates in her quaint Pennsylvania shop at the southern tip of the Pocono Mountains. Continue reading »
The Sculptor Created a Series of Bizarre Sculptures that Represent the Skeletons of Famous Cartoon Characters
From his wearable devices exaggerating physical features to sculptures and installations featuring skeletons, Korean artist Hyungkoo Lee’s bizarre, experimental artworks reexamine the confines and possibilities of the human body. Continue reading »
2022 marks the 50th anniversary of the V&A Illustration Awards. Established in 1972, they have since become the UK’s most prestigious annual illustration competition. Free to enter, the Awards celebrate excellence in student illustration and three categories of contemporary practice: book cover design, book illustration and illustrated journalism.
Winner for book illustration
Gérard DuBois was commissioned to illustrate a new Folio Society edition of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road. His acrylic paintings, described by the judges as ‘masterpieces’, capture the beauty and brutality of McCarthy’s text. Continue reading »
The Independent Photographer Has Announced The Most Moving Color Photographs Taken By Photographers From Around The World
The Independent Photographer has just released the winners of its Color Photography Contest, which took place in June 2022. Many images from more than 30 different countries have been rewieved and 10 Winners and Finalists. The Color Photography Award aimed to discover and bring exposure to the best contemporary artists working across all photographic fields.
“Ser Libre” – Argentina. Mauricio Holc – 1st place. Prize – $1000
“Portrait of actress and model Camila Del Campo Grandal.” Continue reading »
Linda Bouderbala is an illustrator from France who discovered her love for art from a really young age. Scrolling through her art, you will notice that the colors she uses are very vibrant and the people she draws are expressive. One of her projects involves recreating famous album covers as if they were part of a cartoon world. Continue reading »
Lovecraftian art by Paul Hazen aka Azhmodai is incredibly atmospheric and dark. A gentleman from Providence would definitely love it! Continue reading »