Davide Bonazzi: Conceptual illustration for worldwide media and warm personal stories
Davide Bonazzi, an illustrator born and raised in Bologna, works with worldwide major publishers, institutions and animation studios. He illustrates the articles for The Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, and creates animations for UNESCO.
Life routine as the art by illustrator Anton Gudim
Progressive art or abstractionism in works of Iranian artist Salman Khoshroo
Stev’nn Hall. Where the photography meets the painting
Food for thought
Michał Klimczak: Apocalyptic artworks and sci-fi stories
Michał Klimczak is a graphic designer from Poland. He creates incredible illustrations by mixing graphics and photomanipulation techniques to design his apocalyptic stories.
Jefflin Ling: black and white photography and the art of exposure
Searching for colors and the right views we usually get carried away by our desire to create the right vision. Jefflin Ling excludes all the distracting colors, takes his long exposure camera and freezes, waiting for the special moment when the nature opens wide naked and is ready to be captured by the photographer.
Sam Island: a manual on creative lifestyle
Mauro Gatti and his house of constant fun
André Brito. Mysteries of naked woman's nature
Subject photography and the Lilliputian World of Manuel Archain
Globalization shown in the works of the most expensive photographer of the world Andreas Gursky
As you know, photographers see the world through the lens. And each of them has his own world, which is completely different from everyone else’s. But the true art of photography is to show another people how you see and feel the world around you.
Just keep painting, — Jacob Dhein
Painting is just like classical music: no matter how far the technologies and the human mind might go, the real art, created without synthesis, synthetics or computers will always attract and fascinate more.
1+1 = Combophoto
Psychology in Art and backwards
Bernhard Lang’s aerial photography: heaven for perfectionists
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