Chinese artist Enle Li did a very conceptual series called “Fruit Juice”. Each fruit is taken individually on a background which has the same color of the fruit, to be pressed or mashed in order to see the amount of juice it contains. The big winner is of course the watermelon.
The artist Ron Isaacs performs these amazing trompe l’oeil on the topic of fashion, where he joined the nature in the heart of the garment. The details are precise and delicate, bark, twigs, or leaves are perfectly made for a more lifelike effect. Unique items to discover later in the article.
The design studio Tata&Friends made these illustrations icons groups most famous rock. A series of posters that define the names of the various known groups using simple graphics on a yellow background. The game is fun to take a look at each illustration and guess the name of the group based on pictograms, before reading the name appointed bottom of the poster.
Geoff Tompkinson, an English director timelapse specialist, made a timelapse of his journey in New York City. We can discover the city at night and at day, all accelerated, in its parks and above its skyscrapers, on a very beautiful song. The video is to discover in the next part of the article.
The creative Harvezt made the series “The Dark Side of The Covers” in which he imagines the other side of a few cult album covers. We can see the bottom of the baby in the swimming pool on Nirvana’s cover or the traffic policeman which allows the Beatles to walk on the zebra crossing.
This beautiful project by the designer Adrien Colombié is to capture the fingerprint of very different people in different places in the world. The goal is to bring these different fingerprints in connection with their stories in different rooms, a book, a work of art. Following this wonderful project later in the article.
The painter Andy Denzler paints portraits of women and men with a glitch effect which looks like a breakdown television screen or a glitch on a picture. The features of the faces appear through the glitch, with a certain sensuality. A selection of his different series is to discover in the next part of the article.
After creative dishes of Hong Yi we talked on Fubiz, it is the turn of Anna Joyce Keville to introduce ourselves these culinary creations. Entitled “A Tribute to Budgie”, this series of works representing different species of birds made based food products. Creations to discover later in the article.
English artist Chris LaBrooy, whose we already have talked about many times, has created a digital and very original sculpture by retouching a yellow plane which has a very long intestine at the bottom. An insolite and funny execution to discover in pictures in the next part of the article.
Through his series “Passersby”, the Korean painter Jaeyeol Han paints abstract and violent portraits. With subjects with devastated faces by the movements of the paintbrush, the artist gives portraits which have a dominant of yellow and red. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.
Brazilian artist Tassia Bianchini made the series “Fear and Surrender” which is inspired by the symmetrical patterns of the Rorschach test. She gives a photographic work which plays with retouch, water and paint. Abstract forms to interpret according to our eyes and what we want to see.
This beautiful glass house located in the mountain town of Maleny in Queensland was conducted by Bark Design. Photographer Christopher Frederick Jones highlights the different architectural and aesthetic qualities of this house in a beautiful series of photographs to discover later in the article.