Colombian artist Pablo Barreto shares his latest collages and mixed media artworks
Ewelina is a self-taught freelance illustrator based in Poznań, Poland. Her techniques heavily rely on combining pencil drawing, collage and digital software, which gives artist a lot of creative freedom. We could not escape to buy few of her works for our walls
From a massive animal sitting amidst a sprawl of slum housing to a giant man with a hyperrealistic face that nevertheless seems to be more plastic than flesh, jarring contrasts are often used to great effect in establishing the sense of surrealism in the works of Chinese visual artist Liu Di
In Animal Regulation, Liu reevaluates the relationship between civilization and nature by placing gargantuan animals in unexpected urban settings.
Dutch artist Levi van Velum created an immersive installation “Sanctum” curated by Angel Moya Garcia
“The installation Sanctum, developed especially for Tenuta Dello Scompiglio, testifying of a fictitious religious conviction, engages all the senses of the visitor. The last room where visitors ended their journey in Kerguénnec, "The relativity of the matter", becomes the starting point for a more elaborate proposition in the expositive space of Dello Scompiglio. Levi van Veluw based Sanctum on of the first religious buildings, the Tabernacle, also called the tent of meeting. This tent served as a place of worship and symbolised God’s presence amidst those who had gathered.”
Spanish illustrator Divin creates mind-bending op art works for your eyes pleasure and entertainment
Cape Town photographer and creative activist Dillon Marsh continues doing meaningful project regarding planet environment by visualising simple stats. This time he created accurately scaled ice models depicting amount glaciers lost weight every minute and placed them within typical human environments. His plan for “Counting the Costs” to be a global project, but this first instalment is focussed on glaciers in India, home to some of the highest mountains in the world.
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Joelle Grace Rosen is an editorial and portrait photographer based in Atlanta. Her personal work portrays a sense of longing for a world seen through rose colored lenses. She has been photographing people for the past 8 years, studying the combination of emotional vulnerability and individual beauty. Combining her love of retro styling and creative direction, Joelle creates dream-like editorial portraiture full of color and depth.
Russia-raised worldwide-based digital artist Nasty Ibragimova knows how to make 3D sensual and arousing without sexualising or even using body-realted image
“A photographer and digital artist, Cass combines hundreds of singular moments shot in the street and other public locations. In his photos, made in locations ranging from nondescript city streets to college sports arenas, bodies battle for attention, perfectly stopped and coordinated. Cass’s ongoing series Selected People began in 2008 in Brookline, Massachusetts, where he lives”
Gastón Ugalde, born 1944 in La Paz, Bolivia (Venice Biennale 2009, 2001) is considered a visual arts leader in the region. His work is deeply rooted in Bolivian traditions and filled with socio-political references.
@FITC Toronto is a globally recognized industry event showcasing the best the world has to offer in design, digital development, media and innovation in creative technologies – it’s three days and nights of presentations, parties, installations and performances that unite and transform the industry. Here is their 2019 Titles directed by Mike Winkelmann best known as @Beeple_Crap (and you may remember him as an indirect collaborator at our @Digital.Decade show) with a team of dozen talented 3D and 2D artists. And this all heavily reminds me 1985 Dire Straits first 3D music video lol :)
Supernova is an experimental 4K art film directed and designed by Maxim Zhestkov and made in Zhestkov.Studio
“Everything around and inside us was conceived in a huge explosion of a star billions of years ago… and, probably, recycled from other matrices myriad times. In this eternal carousel of matter, particles gather, form complicated structures and then burst into all directions fusing atoms together and producing new elements and points of view, new colours and patterns of perception. “
“Explosions could be perceived as a destructive force and the process of tearing previously formed matter apart and, therefore, could have negative connotations; however, fundamentally, only the process of breaking familiar structures and rearranging them into new, more sophisticated shapes could kindle new meanings and ideas and be the main creative force forming the future.”
The art film was initiated as the title sequence for @FITC 2019 / Amsterdam.
Melania Brescia creates self-portraits in a way of Phoenix bird, resurrecting from ashes each time she takes a camera and ignites imagination. Born in the southern part of Andalusia heart - Malaga, she moved to US but took the medieval fire of Spanish cultural melting pot with her.