View contemporary art focusing on photography, video, sculpture, paintings and new media.

Graffiti grandparents in Portugal

February 15th, 2017|

Meet Portugal’s oldest graffiti posse: a diverse clan of retirees, virally known as “Graffiti Grandmas.” These are the members of Lata 65, a WOOL Fest arts education group for seniors founded by Lara Rodrigues. For the past few years, Rodrigues has been dedicated to breaking down ageist stereotypes and cultural perceptions through her senior-focused theory seminars and two-day […]

A Japanese priest has built a real techno temple

February 10th, 2017|

Forget about going to Sunday church at Berghain; Japanese DJ-turned-Buddhist priest, Gyōsen Asakura, has actually made a real techno temple.

The 49-year old priest throws completely off-the-wall “techno memorial services” at Shō-onji (照恩寺) temple in Fukui City.

There is a catch though. His project is expensive and he needs money to keep on keeping on. Judging by the […]

Creative Rap Celebrities Paper Stop-Motion

February 1st, 2017|

Isaac Versaw spends his time creating, imagining, new original and creative design projects. This one is titled Rap, Paper, Scissors and alludes to the famous game “stone-paper-scissors”: He ingeniously cuts hip-hop stars in color paper, animating them with stop-motion.

We find Jay-Z, Tupac, Eminem, Drake and Notorious Big together with their cult phrases.

Animated GIFs by Alice Tortue

January 31st, 2017|

The French artist Alice Tiroille (better known by her pseudonym Alice Tortue) is a specialist in animation and 3D.

Through its pop and colored illustrations, it is sometimes possible to distinguish references to pop-culture, for example in Miyazaki, or else simple fixed scenes, similar to planets, which she subtly animates in a graphic style of her […]

Paintings by Beata Chrzanowska

January 31st, 2017|

Beata Chrzanowska‘s works encompass what a tender dance between color and form would look like. Highly realistic yet minimal, her painted figures naturally coexist among sharp spontaneous geometry.

She paints with feeling to create an intense, desirable, and euphoric mood. The femme, her primary subject, dominates and inspires her work. The body becomes a series of […]

Dazzling crowns adorned with seashells for modern mermaids

July 28th, 2016|

Floral crowns may be a staple for festivals and whimsical parties, but Chelsea Shiels is taking the world by storm with her mermaid-inspired, seashell-encrusted headdresses. The glittering designs are loaded with small conch shells, crystals, and gold accents that will make anyone wearing them feel like Princess Ariel. Shiel beautifully integrates her different findings, mixing […]

Powerful images of mankind devoured by nature

March 5th, 2016|

French digital artist and photographer Carl Redback is the talented individual behind the eye-catching series “Treebeard”. It sees him photographing portraits of everyday individuals, before digitally fusing them with various botanicals, foliage and plant matter in Photoshop.

Look closely and you’ll notice razor sharp thorns painfully puncturing the skin, whilst roots and branches grow out of eye sockets […]

The magic of the floating bonsai tree

February 24th, 2016|

Team of Japanese designers Hoshinchu imagined a system that enable to a bonsai to levitate. By using the concept of magnetic levitation by putting magnets in the moss sphere where the plant will be and the base us powered by electricity that enable the plant to levitate by magic. Their project is currently the object […]

Floating elements in the middle of deserted landscapes

February 24th, 2016|

Today we discover Andrea Levers with more surrealistic images depicting geometric shapes merging from nowhere and floating in the middle of vast stormy landscapes.

Breathtaking photos of dancers frozen in time

February 23rd, 2016|

Moscow-based photographer Alexander Yakovlev is master of capturing the human body in motion. His photographs of professional dancers exude elegance and a gorgeously refined energy.

For this series, The Mirages, Yakovlev had the incredible idea to cover his subjects in flour. This added element accentuates each dancers graceful movements and adds a bit of magic and mystery.

Though he previously […]