Californian artist Kai Samuels-Davis layers linear paint strokes and large washes of colour to create images that are recognisable as abstract faces, but without all the visual information seen in traditional portraits.
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French director and photographer Romain Laurent turns imagery from still and video shoots into animated GIFs where only an isolated section is in motion.
Check out this awesome new film from artist Andrew B. Myers simply described as ‘sketchbook ambience’. Enjoy 🙂
Hello 2018! Firstly, we offer our apologies – we’ve been pretty busy working on other projects over the last six months, which have sadly taken us away from creating, but rest assured, we have been capturing and working on some awesome pieces over the last month or two, so we’ll be flooding you with new, original pieces of work as soon as they’re ready. If you’re interested in purchasing any of our photographs, all original images with very limited print runs (framed or canvas), please feel free to contact us at anytime. Enjoy! 🙂
Check out the new selection of amusing creations from artist Dan Cretu, who continues to divert famous paintings, pop cultural icons, and everyday objects to create surreal and tongue-in-cheek images.
Loving these anti-greeting cards from the Hate Mail shop, which will allow you to send out some beautiful insults to your favourite enemies – they’ll even customise by personally handwriting your message and sending to your recipient anonymously. Standard insults such as ‘Eat A Dick!’ are available or you can create a fresh one 🙂
Designed by the artist duo New Scenario for the Berlin Biennal, Body Holes is an interesting project that aims to use the human body, including the mouth, nose, ears, navel, anus, and other more discreet orifices, as a gallery space, exhibiting various artworks by artists such as Paul Barsch, Tilman Hornig, Yves Scherer, Rachel De Joode, Blunt Skensved or Viktor Fordell. Very original work indeed – enjoy 🙂
Just outside New York City, there’s a sprawling, 57-room mansion sitting on 6 acres and equipped with a bowling alley, indoor tennis court, two bars, a library, opulent interiors, with spiral staircases and chandeliers. It is also entirely abandoned. Built in the late 1930s and last inhabited in the 1970s, the neglect is allegedly down to an owner who would buy lavish mansions and leave them to rot. While the building itself is in need of repairs, the collections within it remain untouched and have been beautifully captured by photographer Bryan Sansivero – there are dolls, old photographs, plastic flowers, paintings and two pianos, stark reminders of a privileged life from the past. Fascinating stuff! 🙂
Directed by Najeeb Tarazi, who worked on films for Pixar such as Toy Story 3 and Monsters Inc., this awesome pixel art music video created for the superb track ‘White Flag’ by British electro duo Delta Heavy from their Paradise Lost EP is heavily inspired by a retro 16-bit aesthetic and the world of the early 90s gaming. Love it! 🙂