Month: May 2012

Norman Duenas

Love this illustrations by Cleveland, Ohio based artist Norman Duenas. Duenas explores in his illustrations mortality, human emotions, and other abstract subject matters using mostly nature imagery and human figures.

Read More

Tilo Uischner

Tilo Uischners portraits show beautiful and sensual young men, little children and old men, whose faces tell their life story. Berlin-based Uischner looks at human beings, their faces, their postures, the angularity of their bodies. Combining various medias like acrylics and splicing them with the technique of intarsia, he creates beautiful and often mysterious works we can’t take our eyes off.

Read More

Gale-Force Wind Portraits

If you ever wanted to know what your face would look like when its hit with a gale-force wind, just take a look at these photos by Lithuatian photographer and artist Tadao Cern. The hilarious photos are part of a series of portraits entitled Blow Job that depicts individuals enduring gale-force winds directly to the face. So far he has taken more than hundred portraits. Find the complete series here.

Read More

Desert Studies by David Ryle

David Ryle is an award-winning photographer based in London. Ryle created a beautiful series of aerial photographs titled Desert Studies. Within his work he likes to explore the notion of space and the human relationship with our surroundings. Ryle is especially drawn to the idea of nothingness. In search of scenery fulfilling this idea, he flew a small plane throughout the desolate Mojave Desert. The results are wonderful minimalist landscape images.

Read More

Pencil VS Camera

The talented illustrator and photographer, Ben Heine has put together an amazing ongoing project called Pencil VS Camera. His creative thinking combines both art and pictures portraying two different things within the same scene. He injects hand-drawn pictures within real-life settings in order to create a composite effect that is surreal as well as highly narrative and imaginative.

Read More

Cookie Preference

Please select an option. You can find more information about the consequences of your choice at Help.

Select an option to continue

Your selection was saved!



To continue, you must make a cookie selection. Below is an explanation of the different options and their meaning.

  • Accept all cookies:
    All cookies such as tracking and analytics cookies.
  • Accept first-party cookies only:
    Only cookies from this website.
  • Reject all cookies:
    No cookies except for those necessary for technical reasons are set.

You can change your cookie setting here anytime: Privacy Policy. Imprint