Little focus on graphic posters created by german graphic designer Timo Lenzen. These posters in black and white look different from each other but the personal touch of the artist give to the all series beautiful consistency. Contemporary still life and abstract graphics are to be discovered in the following.
Based in Seattle, artist Carol Milne has invented a technique to make glass sculptures representing knitting. First, she creates a wax-model that she puts in a mold and that can resist to a high temperature. Then, she melts a part of the wax and integrates glass inside the mold. She places the whole into a kiln at 1400-1600 degrees Fahrenheit. And finally, she lets the sculpture cool down, during a few weeks.
Here is a series as sweet as colored developed by the artist Massimo Gammacurta. An alphabet called “Eat Me” represented by letters whose uniqueness and originality are amplified by production’s blemishes. The artist presents an interesting and high-color work, to discover in the following.
To achieve his illustrations, Filipino artist Jordan Mang-Osan uses a special and unexpected technique : using a magnifying glass, he filters the sunlight in order to burn wood tables. Depending on the laser intensity, he creates nuances and lines to draw these amazing woodcut illustrations. To discover in images.
24-years old Spanish photographer Andrea Torres Balaguer, directly inspired by surrealism, manages to catch the beauty of women and nature with a lot of finesse. She considers her images as a work on the memories we keep from our dreams. A selection of her dreamy and a poetic pictures is to discover.
Israeli artist Zemer Peled uses ceramics to make very beautiful sculptures which are shaped like flowers and aquatic plants. She applies the same cobalt blue as traditional Japanese pottery. Zemer Peled currently exhibits at the Young Masters Art Prize in the gallery Sphinx Fine Art in London.
Flying over the salt lakes of South Bay California, we just realize how amazing nature can be. That’s what photographer Chris Benton immortalized with a radio controlled camera attached to a kite : lakes with surreal colors, composed of bright palettes, supernatural colors and incredible shades. An aerial series to discover in the gallery.
Unlike timelapse that show consistent passing time, the Layer-lapse principle is to cut the pictures in sequences through layers. That’s why you can see different moments of the day on the same plan and at irregular speeds. A video made by Julian Tryba and that illustrates this process with talent.