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Fragment Of Long Term Memory

Fragment Of Long Term Memory

| March 3, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  BEAUTIFUL, haunting and futuristic would best describe Japanese artist Yuichi Ikehata’s latest series. It’s called “Fragment of Long Term Memory (LTM)” and combines digital and physical materials that form surreal portraits of obscure reality and non-reality with hyper-realistic photographer elements. Describing her work, “Ikehata’ says; “Many parts of our memories are […]

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Come Into Léonard Combier’s World

Come Into Léonard Combier’s World

| March 1, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish LÉONARD Combier is a 25-year-old French painter and illustrator living in Paris. He started drawing by himself when he was a child and never stopped… This amazing artist works mainly with ink on paper, acrylic paint and Posca’s on canvas. His pieces are extremely detailed, which incorporate a lot of small […]

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Exploring Sleep Paralysis With Nicolas Bruno

Exploring Sleep Paralysis With Nicolas Bruno

| February 28, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish NEW YORK based fine art photographer Nicolas Bruno created surreal and beautiful images in his latest series, that takes a look at the struggles of sleep paralysis. He has already been featured on VICE, Ignant and various other platforms. His work is exceptional and speaks to many people who share this […]

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Invisible Monsters By Emanuela D’Ambrosi

Invisible Monsters By Emanuela D’Ambrosi

| February 28, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish [NSFW] AFTER departing her studies in psychology, Emanuela D’ambrosi practised what she loved, focusing on the human body brining two mediums together to create such unique photographs. Based in Italy, “D’ambrosi’ majored in photography at the European Institute of Design in Rome, where she is now an advertising, fashion, portraits and […]

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Beauty In A Disturbing & Mysterious Way

Beauty In A Disturbing & Mysterious Way

| February 27, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  WE love everything strange, unique and forward thinking and that is why the incredible artist and photographer Karmen Ayvazyan is today’s must see… Her series are full of conceptual, surreal and obscure elements. In 2013 her series ‘Hair’ combined simple yet effective surrealism, with natural elements that are mysterious and peculiar […]

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‘Metamorphosis’ By Frédéric Fontenoy

‘Metamorphosis’ By Frédéric Fontenoy

| February 23, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish IN 1989 French photographer Frédéric Fontenoy captured beautiful and transitory portraits of the human body within our worlds natural environment, allowing his creative drive to progress further than others inside a niche and forward thinking motive. The series was called ‘Metamorphosis’, which is an obscure and confronting collection of images that […]

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Submission: An Infinite Echo Of Desolation

Submission: An Infinite Echo Of Desolation

| February 22, 2016

Words by R.M Burke R.M. Burke is a photographer and writer based in Melbourne, Australia. Within his creative process, he primarily explores existential themes in remote and isolated landscapes. His latest creative piece is a zine titled “An Infinite Echo of Desolation”, and to celebrate we have an extract for your appreciation… … “A Song of Where […]

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Mixed Media Portraits By Monica Marioni

Mixed Media Portraits By Monica Marioni

| February 20, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  WHEN art meets science, the end result can be fascinating, obscure and incredibly beautiful and that is why the mixed media from this Italian artist is something else. Monica Marioni has always carried a devoted passion towards the arts, but her style comes from her fusion of two differences that in […]

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Photography: My Journey Pt 3

Photography: My Journey Pt 3

| February 19, 2016

Words(unfortunately) by Ryan Grice THE financial disparity of Europe, self-portraits, and hardcore nudity…  I have no idea what I was thinking when I chose the title for this series of articles. Sure, it’s relatively explanatory of the content, but like a bad MSN chat handle, for example sk8er_boi@hotmail.com(true story), it has to linger and be […]

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Hyperrealistic Dreamscapes By Filip Hodas

Hyperrealistic Dreamscapes By Filip Hodas

| February 15, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish ALL it takes is one look at this incredible series from Prague-based graphic designer Filip Hodas, and you will be transported into another world of hyper realistic dreamscapes… “In 2015 I started doing daily renders to improve my 3D workflow and explore possibilities of Cinema 4D, Octane render and bunch of […]

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