L’artiste Ed Fairburn utilise des cartes de routes, de trains et de rivières imprimées pour ensuite créer ses portraits féminins à grande échelle. Tel la sculpture d’un objet à partir d’un bloc de pierre, Fairburn utilise méticuleusement encre et crayon hachuré pour créer des portraits cachés parmi les caractéristiques topographiques. Une belle série graphique à découvrir dans la suite de l’article.
The creative Gökhan Yücel based in Istanbul, did a bookmarks series associated to novels according to their stories and themes. A surveillance camera comes out of 1984′s Orwell pages, a fish tail comes out of “Moby Dick” and a submarine camera comes out of “20 000 Leagues Under The Sea”.
Photographer Puzzleman Leung capture the mysterious young talent to create in his mind scenes. The resulting images are from something timeless and airy as if Puzzleman caught a fleeting moment that could not occur in real life. The scenes are often supplemented by a sense of humor that comes from a clear overdramatic behavior of the protagonists.
Here is the trailer for the movie Sin City : A Dame To Kill For, by Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez, which will be released in theaters on August, the 22nd 2014 in the United States. It’s starring Jessica Alba, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin and Eva Green. A beautiful and graphic trailer, like the first Sin City movie, is to discover below.
Photographing his children with sensitivity, Alain Laboile reveals snapshots of great beauty, such as stolen moments of a beautiful day of summer. Beautiful images in black & white, freezing time and at the same time providing lasting memories for his family to be discovered in the article.
The creator Echo Yang performs an experiment with old technologies, taking a series of various everyday objects and linking mechanisms that allow them to create works of art. Fixing a cotton swab soaked in paint on a tin toy chicken, which rotates in a circular pattern generates infinite repetition, creating a dotted illustration in bright colors. Different experiences as original as each other to be discovered below photos and videos.
Mexican artist Ricardo Solis did original animals illustrations because he introduces in his drawing little workers who contribute to the animals’ creation by coloring it. It makes the illustration lively and animated with the dimension of a work which realizes simultaneously in front of our eyes.
Katja Kemnitz is a photographer for whom photography is a passion, not just a job. This artist works photographs of children, but also shots where nature is omnipresent as you will discover in this article below. Fascinating photographs, where human seems to blend into the natural and wild spaces.
After his series “Suburban”, the artist Ian Strange reveals this new facility “Landed”. The work represents the reconstruction of a suburban home Australia 1920 on the steps of the Art Gallery of South Australia. Home, all in black, seems to have fallen from heaven, and have embarked on the front of the gallery.