The “segmentation” was born from the fascination of the artist Jiyong Lee from science and is materialized by a series of geometric glass sculptures. These magnificent structures consist of translucent and opaque textures, allowing light scatter and create beautiful effects of gradients.
Vartan Garnikyan is a fan of Batman’s movie and expresses it through his art by mixing iconic elements of the classic with famous paintings. Mona Lisa with a bloodthirsty hybrid of Dark Knight’s Joker and the Scream of Munch is turned into a Suicide Squad’s Joker portrait.
For nearly thirty years, Jennifer McCurdy creates stunning porcelain sculptures inspired by nature surround her like fire, plants and wind. She gives the illusion that her work is glowing inside by applying precious gold leaves. Find out more in images.
In this new series of paintings, we typically recognizes the graphic style of the talented Erik Jones. Women’s portraits are well hidden or revealed behind paper folds of the effects, or perforated color on walls. Sometimes the table interferes with the reality, creating interactions around.
The English artist Kelly McLaughlan illustrates the pages of dictionaries from 1800s drawing humanized animals and dressed in period costumes. The combination between words and illustrations give to prints a poetic classic charm.
The Japanese illustrator Shouta Sanoda made two series of illustrations depicting the eyes of famous actresses, singers, dead and still alive. It includes the looks of Dali, Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Audrey Hepburn, Angelina Jolie, Marilyn Monroe, Charlize Theron, Rihanna and Katy Perry.
Photorealistic series of paintings made by superb artist Doug Bloodworth. Every elements on the following amazing images are oil painted : from the potatoes, candies and wrapping strewn on the wooden table, to the pop art comics of Superheroes.
Designed by the artist and scientific Jonty Hurwitz, “Hurwitz Singularity” is an anamorphic sculpture made from an analysis of four dimensions of his own head. This installation intrigue by the precision and the visual changes according to the perspective view.
Giacomo Carmagnola is an artist who works primarily on digital. Inspired by David Delruelle and the book “Haunted Air” Ossian Brown, he combines old clichés to make it modern and symbolic works with Photoshop and effect “glitch” effect. He wants to create an alternative beauty and a fascinating visual impact from these photographs.