Inspired by natural shapes, forms and patterns, Roman Bratschi is an experienced 3D illustrator and animation director, who kick-started his career as a graphic designer. With 15 years of artistic expertise under his creativity belt, his career path transformed as he began to tamper in alternative illustrative methods. Continue reading »
“QueenNoble Dr. Elle Ramirez has revealed her hallucinating psychedelic artworks and here we are once again to get that taste of art hallucinations (is that even a word?)! Continue reading »
Miron Malejki aka OSAKI is a visual artist based in Poland. He specializes in 3D animations, VFX, VR, AR. He has worked on various types of projects, including music videos, mini-show fashion campaigns, and commercials. Continue reading »
“Hey, I am Moses aka MOCAGE from Germany. I studied graphic design from 2017-2020 and made myself self-employed in January 2020 and now working with clients around the world.” Continue reading »
“I work primarily with alternative process and analogue media. My most recent work uses the mordançage technique as a way of creating photographic objects through destruction, I also experiment with mixed media projects and the hand colouring of photographic prints.” Continue reading »
WildArt Photographer of the Year is a new wildlife photography competition with a difference. ABSTRACTS is the sixth of the ten WildArt categories and accepted entries during June.
ABSTRACTS attracted some amazing images from all around the world. The top 100 shortlist was full of outstanding photographs, demonstrating a multitude of artistic techniques. The standard of these images was incredible and gave Victoria and her judging team a tricky choice to select the winners displayed here.
Image Title: Hidden Beauty
Subject: Spider’s Web
I took this photograph in an empty field one September morning, when the sun was still low in the sky; I was surrounded by spiders’ webs, which had been weaved on plants, and I became mesmerised by the beauty of the light falling on them. In order to capture the colourful spectrums, I selected the shallowest depth of field and chose my angle with care. Continue reading »
Mark Constantine Inducil is a Filipino-Australian visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. He studied graphic design & film and has worked in the creative industry for around 20 years. He loves creating abstract, surrealistic and dream-like images. His work is inspired by cinema, philosophy and psychology. Continue reading »
Elena Romenkova is a digital artist from St Petersburg, currently based in Vienna. Experimenting with the human form and glitch art through animation, Romenkova’s work explores the relationship between man and machine. She graduated from the University of A. Herzen with a degree in Fine Arts and has participated in art exhibitions in Russia and abroad since 2004. Continue reading »
Adrian Cain is an American artist influenced by the relationship between digital and nature. Using Photography and technological programs to create visions of a utopian digital future, Cain bring emotion and feeling to data. Continue reading »
As digital technologies change the definition of what it means to be human, the relationship between physical presence, virtual identity and digital corporeality becomes more diffuse. The work of Frenetik Void unfolds in a science-fiction environment, a post-human universe inhabited by mutating beings, hybrids in which limits are vanished. The suspended bodies in liquid natures build scenes of surrealistic airs. Continue reading »
According to Kate: “I am a self-taught painter and sculptor, making surreal/psychedelic art via 3D & 2D digital compositions. Heavily inspired by nature, dolls, fractals and psychedelic experiences, I like using these elements to express the beauty and pain of being human.” Continue reading »
Alycia Rainaud is a french Graphic Designer and Digital Artist based in Montréal, also known as Maalavidaa. She graduated in June 2018 with a Master Degree in Graphic Design as well as a thesis dealing with the analogy between Book’s shaping and Psychology. Continue reading »
Jack Las Vegas is an Art Director and Digital Artist.
“The deconstruction in forms and iridescent materials is the concept with which I try to express a digital sensation on unnatural, abstract and futuristic designs,” he writes. He also acts as an NFT artist and sells his work for crypto. Continue reading »
Omar Aqil is an illustrator & art director based in Lahore, Pakistan. With this new series titled: ‘Self-Portraits 2050’, we follow Omar through this experimental journey and I totally dig them. It’s playful, filled with details and easter eggs of some sort. Overall it’s just an ‘assemble’ of beautiful and stunning pieces. Continue reading »
Ken Kelleher is an American sculptor, studied art at Alfred University under sculptors Glenn Zweygardt and William Parry. During his career he has worked at Hudson Studio, Art Foundry in New York where he worked with cast bronze pieces by William Tucker and Anthony Caro, amongst other artists. Continue reading »
“If You Gaze Long Into the Screen, the Screen Will Gaze Into You”: Abstract Shots of Liquid Experiments that Aim to Mimic the Visual Complexity of Human Eyes
Accompanied by the music of Deri Dako, Rus Khasanov, a Russian visual artist has created a video as well as some abstract shots of liquid experiments that aim to mimic the visual complexity of human eyes. Below you can see the video and some of the shots. Btw, the video is also available as NFT on Foundation. Continue reading »
‘Proxy’: a collection of abstract portraits, unfettered by proximity, meditating on distance & distortion. By Seb JJ Peters. Almost an extension of his catalogue of ingenious tricks, ‘Proxy’ takes the remote photoshoot into the realm of fine art, cleverly using household items smeared over a perspex screen to manipulate his images in real-time. Continue reading »
Alessandro Keegan (b. 1980) is a visual artist, writer and adjunct professor with an MFA in painting and drawing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a MA in art history from Brooklyn College. Continue reading »
Michal Zahornacky is professional fine art photographer from Slovakia. He is a self-taught. The main role in his photography plays the human. He mainly focuses on fine-art and conceptual portraits. He brings thoughts and moods to his photographs which he always shows in unclear imagination. Continue reading »
Canismo is a new art project created to raise awareness about the plight of shelter dogs in Brazil. The campaign gives dogs the freedom to express themselves and allow their inner artist to be seen, in a bright -literally bright, and adorable way. Continue reading »
Jason Anderson, from Dorset in England, began his art career working on restoration projects like York Minster, Gloucester and Wells cathedrals as part of a stained glass apprenticeship. These famous old cathedrals boast some of the world’s most intricate and beautiful stained glass in the world, so it is no surprise that Jason’s paintings take some inspiration from their kaleidoscope of colors and shapes! Continue reading »
Photographer Olivier Mayhall works and lives in London. Whether he captures portraits or street photos, he always manages to capture the intensity of his subjects. A beautiful discovery. Continue reading »
What If Abstract Models Were Real People? Photographer Imagines What The Subjects In Famous Paintings Would Look Like!
In her Real Life Models series Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi (previously) imagines what real life models of strange abstract paintings would have looked like. Through some pretty hilarious photo manipulation Borsi examines the models for paintings by Kees van Dongen, Rudolf Hausner, and Picasso among others. Continue reading »
If you’re looking to add something special to your man cave then you might want to think about getting one of these abstract Seinfeld paintings. Artist Morgan Blair is obsessed with the show and she’s found a way to turn her passion into art. Continue reading »
The abstraction, that remembers us to the nature, mainly to the marine world, or even to festivities like the Carnival, in which the color invades the work, dominates the work of Crystal Wagner. She is a contemporary interdisciplinary artist, which artwork is comprised of large-scale installations, paper sculptures, ink drawings, and printmaking. She is compelled through curiosity to both make things with her hands and to investigate ideas and concepts to satisfy an inherent thirst for dialog about the world we live in. As she says, “being an artist gives me the tools to share with people idea’s that I am passionate about”. Continue reading »