CMYK refers to the tiny dots of four inks that are used in most color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black). Most of you probably already knew that—and my many graphic designer friends will probably think less of me for this—but I learned about CMYK just now. Why? Because I wanted to tell you all about The Human Printer. [ Continue Reading ]
Elena Kalis‘s Underwater Fantasy photos are full of magic. Ranging from ethereal to eerie, they each capture an instant of calm beauty that is magnetizing.
Limitless imagination and a sharp eye were definitely required to see the potential beauty behind submerging a child in water for long periods of posed time. And how she gets the little devils to comply is beyond me, but the end result is remarkable. [ Continue Reading ]
It is not often when you come around an artist like this who displays such amazing creative output through his work. Meet Alessandro Bavari, born in Latina, a coastal town south of Rome, Italy. Alessandro grown up in an italo-french family, he was early attracted by artistic matters and decided to attend art college, where he began making photomontages at the age of 15. Then, he studied scenography, photography, history of art and various other topics at the Academy of Fine Arts, in Rome, where he developped strong grounding in the techniques of oil, watercolours and engraving, while experimenting at the same time methods mixing tar, glue, industrial paint and exploring photographic printing techniques. [ Continue Reading ]
Learning to Love You More is an ongoing web-based project by artists Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher. The concept is this: The two West coast-based American artists post assignments on the Learning to Love You More webpage. Anyone can accept these assignments, and, once completed, submit the artwork which is the end result to the online site. The site is currently maintained by Yuri Ono, a designer for Odopod. The collection is [ Continue Reading ]