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Dystopian & Futuristic Illustrations By Yuri Shwedoff

Dystopian & Futuristic Illustrations By Yuri Shwedoff

| February 15, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  THIS series from Moscow-based artist Yuri Shwedoff, brings a haunting, visionary and futuristic tone to a dystopian future, which will captivate you straight away. He is another young artist who is proving that age is no barrier, “Shwedoff’s’ work combines digital techniques with detailed illustrations and together leave a thought-provoking premise. […]

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“Within Our Own Imagination, Anything Is Possible”

“Within Our Own Imagination, Anything Is Possible”

| February 11, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  THE title comes from Montreal-based illustrator and graphic designer Gabriel Levesque, who through his many series has captured this idea… At such a young age, “Levesque’ has taken his brand and talent to the next level. Most of his work is futuristic and surreal, taking you on a journey that allows […]

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Drifting With Oliver Valsecchi

Drifting With Oliver Valsecchi

| February 7, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  [NSFW] A few weeks ago we shared on Instagram this amazing artist’s work, and to follow up on this beautiful collection we bring you Oliver Valsecchi’s “Drifting” series… French photographer “Valsecchi’ latest series takes you on a journey through art history, as each image collides the tradition of the still painting […]

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A Conceptual Journey Into Adulthood

A Conceptual Journey Into Adulthood

| February 6, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish “WHEN I was younger I used to think that as soon as you turn 18 you will suddenly feel like an adult and understand everything in life”- Gregor Petrikovic. Slovakian artist and photographer Gregor Petrikovic recently caught our attention online, so we had to share this young, ambitious and talented artist’s work. […]

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Anemites | Kátharsis

Anemites | Kátharsis

| January 30, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish ANEMITES is a self-taught fine art photographer whose latest series of conceptual self-portraits bring deep meaning in a purifying, emotional and challenging way. Also known as Luciana Rodriguez, this Córdoba (Argentina) based artist has a brilliant and powerful eye when it comes to photography. Her collection of self-portraits explores a purgative […]

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Haunting Paintings By Moon Chanpil

Haunting Paintings By Moon Chanpil

| January 30, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  THE imagination of Moon Chanpil, takes a deep look into the animalism of people flipping around her usual playful work. Last year Moon Chanpil presented “I Hate Early Birds”, a witty and unsettling series.  Here, she presented her world of animals taking on the position of people, while their human companions took […]

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A Depth Of Emotion

A Depth Of Emotion

| January 26, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  WE really cannot stop the celebration of Australian news and talent today, so again we present to you another artist from down under. Coming from one of our favourite cities Adelaide. Yanni Floris trained at the National Art School in Sydney, his work ranges from painting, sculpture, drawing and includes charcoal […]

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Black & White: A Collective Of Aboriginal Artists

Black & White: A Collective Of Aboriginal Artists

| January 26, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish IT is the dawn of Australia day and to celebrate, here is a collective of black and white art from forward thinking Aboriginal artists. Within the traditional and distinct Aboriginal community of Australia, many artists have presented their own style within particular restrictions of a palette of black and white amongst […]

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Harsh Illustrations Of Our Modern Society

Harsh Illustrations Of Our Modern Society

| January 25, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  ART is a form of expression, that is generally emotionally received by appreciating, understanding or disagreement… This latest series “Harsh Illustrations of Our Modern Society” was created by Sebastian Pytka, a young Polish artist and graphic designer, who forms an opinion by taking a critical look to the society we live […]

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Missing Faces By Henrietta Harris

Missing Faces By Henrietta Harris

| January 22, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  IT has only been six months since we last shared New Zealand artist and illustrator Henrietta Harris’ series “Makes Sense” on Instagram, and now we bring you another series from the highly talented artist. In her latest collection, it features unfinished portraits of people whose faces are missing. Her technique is […]

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