Mizrahi Carolina reveals today its new “Avatar” series produced for the Old Tat Magazine. This pink creative series depict how internet can shape a virtual identity to people while disconnecting them from reality.
“A World Between Worlds” is a fantastic story told in pictures by the artist Kent Macdonald. In a parallel world where the sky is full of stars, a mysterious figure climbing a ladder, moon under the arm, or is carried away by a ball in the air.
Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who likes to create optical illusions. His recent exhibition “La Villette In Suites,” which takes place in Paris until September 13, combines geometric figures he painted on the street or in rooms with an anamorphic effect. His works are like puzzles that fit together when the visitor is at...
The English artist and sneakers-addict Phil Robson, also known as the FILFURY, using editing software to transform Nike Basketball shoes, Adidas, Reebok or spiders, beetles, butterflies, rays, and bat. He keeps the materials and colors of each sneaker model.
Vassilis Tangoulis is a professional photographer base in Patras in Greece. This award-winning artist is best known for his black and white photography that uses long exposure to capture the landscapes and give a dreamlike vision of the world.
Rob Draper is a designer, artist, British illustrator and typographer based in Worcester. Working freelance, man enjoys daily drawing on objects that pass his hands. In a paper towel a cup of coffee through the famous IKEA pencils, here are a selection of mini-works.
On the occasion of the Festival of Lights in Ghent, Klaus Obermaier presented a work titled “Dancing House”, an interactive projection mapping and a sound installation for people to distort a house according to their movement.
Anna Keville Joyce is a designer illustrator originally from the United States and currently based in Buenos Aires. She works as a freelance and imagines of food illustrations for commercial use. Her way of arranging the food made us completely forget the original of raw materials she uses and plunges us deep into the universe of food...
Projections in the Forest mapping is a video made by Friedrich van Schoor and Tarek Mawad. They spent six weeks in a forest, fascinated by the silence and natural phenomena such as bioluminescence. To accentuate its natural beauty, they projected light on plants, fungi, wood and insects.
Here is a series produced colored candy by the artist Massimo Gammacurta. An alphabet called “Eat Me” played by letters whose uniqueness and originality are amplified by blemishes realization. The artist presents us with an interesting and high-color work.