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Sabina Lang & Daniel Baumann - Geometric Street Paintings in France

Sabina Lang & Daniel Baumann – Geometric Street Paintings in France

Lang/Baumann was founded by Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, two Swiss artists who have been producing work collaboratively since the beginning of the 1990s. Their practice includes installations, sculptures, architectural interventions and “relational strategies”. The artists bring unexpected visuals to public spaces as with their project Street Painting in France. The installation was applied directly...
Kota Hiratsuka - Colorful Origami Mosaics

Kota Hiratsuka – Colorful Origami Mosaics

Kota Hiratsuka is a paper artist living in Japan that takes the art of paper folding or origami to new levels. With shadows and light in mind, he creates three-dimensional incredible works. He has been exploring origami by manipulating paper into these beautiful geometrical formed mosaics.   More about the artist here.
James Dive of The Glue Societe - The Cube "Once"

James Dive of The Glue Societe – The Cube “Once”

In his latest sculpture project, James Dive of The Glue Society has compacted an entire fun fair – including rides, dodgems and even prizes – into a four metre cube. One amusement park from his past was turned into a creepily touching piece of art.  Dive carefully cleaned, painted and restored every bit and piece...
Su Ami - Lovely Miniature Crochet Animals

Su Ami – Lovely Miniature Crochet Animals

Su Ami is a group of 5 crafters in a family from Vietnam who create tiny and lovely crochet animals. Most patterns they choose bright and cheerful colors of wool and creatures are made using different kind of crochet and craft techniques. Their miniature crocheted animals are so small that they fit on a finger...
Julien "Seth" Malland - Murals Around the World

Julien “Seth” Malland – Murals Around the World

French artist Julien “Seth” Malland travels and creates playful street art along the way. The artist took a three year journey around the world to bring his art to remote areas. At different locations he would spend time with the local people, then create cheery pieces displaying children and colors to “liven up” the communities. Malland...
Laurent Chehere - Flying Houses

Laurent Chehere – Flying Houses

Laurent Chehere is a french photographer. He creats a collection of fantastical buildings, homes, tents and trailers removed from their backgrounds and suspended in the sky as if permanently airborne. His series “Flying Houses,” which he began in 2007, is a fantastical exploration of the diverse and inspirational architecture of Paris, albeit not exactly the...
Jon Smith - High Speed Photography

Jon Smith – High Speed Photography

Chemist and photographer Jonathan Smith is known especially for his amazing project “High Speed Photography”.  He fills light bulbs with unusual objects, shoot them with a pellet gun and capture the beautiful effects using high-speed photography. Using items and substances like chalk dust, sprinkles, candies, ball bearings, beer caps and even flowers, Smith creates beautiful...
Garth Britzman - (POP)culture

Garth Britzman – (POP)culture

Designer Garth Britzman of Lincoln, Nebraska used recycled bottles filled with colored water to create stunning topographical shade canopy for a vehicle. He said that “An intriguing environment is created where one can explore the surface qualities of the bottles at eye level. Additionally, this project sought to stimulate creative alternatives for recycling and reusing...
Tim Tadder - Water Wigs

Tim Tadder – Water Wigs

Tim was born in Baltimore, schooled in Virginia (BS Mathematics, he’s a geek) and Ohio (MA in Visual Communications, also an artist). Tim worked for newspapers in Baltimore, Colorado, and San Diego as a photojournalist, before turning his sights on commercial and editorial photography in 2005. Since then he has been commissioned to make heroic...
Jill Greenberg - End Times

Jill Greenberg – End Times

Greenberg’s End Times, a series of photographs featuring toddlers, was the subject of controversy in 2006. The work featured stylized hyper real closeups of children’s faces contorted by various emotional distresses. The pieces were titled to reflect Greenberg’s frustration with both the Bush administration and Christian Fundamentalism in the United States. The method for getting...
Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen - Mobile Mirrors

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen – Mobile Mirrors

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Flóra Borsi - Real Life Models

Flóra Borsi – Real Life Models

Flóra Borsi is an 19 years old artist who live in Hungary and she is interested in photo-manipulating since 2004.  Flóra Borsi’s been taking photos since 2007. She won a half-professional camera on a photo contest in 2008 and she’s been working with that since then. Flóra Borsi usually do (self) portraits, concept arts, photo-manipulations,...