I love visual arts almost as much as I love music, and let me tell you that among an ocean of talent at times it seems hard to find something refreshing. Belgian photographer Christophe Gilbert has managed to create exceptionally interesting photographs that are worth taking a look at. [ Continue Reading ]
There’s nothing really to say about Kilian Eng and the things he creates. They’re incredible. Absolutely mind contorting. A little slip of that touch of awesome. It’s what the dark side of the moon should be you know. Completed in back alley neon with a sun of black light. It makes me think of all things in the pictures and TV of what the 80′s thought the future would be. So check after the jump for some more of his designs. [ Continue Reading ]
When I look at this illustration, I am in awe. Pure emotions run through me as I see a mixture of innocence and destruction. The children looking at the remains of what could be their home, destroyed what may have been, due to war or some sort of natural disaster. Either way illustration is emotionally captive and inspiring even with its feeling of despair.
Delicate, sexy, raunchy, pure, dark, modern, classic, evil and kind. As I go through the portfolio of the once child prodigy from Russia Vania Zouravliov many words come to mind to describe each illustration, but no matter how many different possibilities I might encounter there is one word that applies to all of them: breathtaking.
Can art capture the essence of human life? What is the essence of a human? Is it the body or the mind? Could it be both? Is it possible to portray the body, and the mind of a human in one single work of art? Hmmm too many questions I know, but that’s what Antony Gormley attempts to do with his incredible sculptures. [ Continue Reading ]
It’s not a secret that images have the ability to awaken different parts of our brains, and allow us to experience different things. We are an extremely visual society, and if you have been blessed with the gift of sight (I would assume if you’re reading these words), then how many times have you looked at a picture and found yourself completely being immersed at some random thought? Jim Kazanjian’s works could certainly cause your brain to trip out. [ Continue Reading ]