Mark Khaisman is an artist based out of Philadelphia who creates portraits with translucent packing tape. “Tape reflects everything in human nature from practicality and banality to democratic techniques, used one way or another, in everyone’s tactile experience.”
In a world where the art of Linguistics is drastically taking a turn, Shawn Huckins merges our present day internet colloquialisms with classical portraits of the 19th and 18th century. His latest series titled “The American __tier” uses this blend of opposing timelines to comment on an era where America idealistically looked toward the future…
This is the crazy, nasty, awesome, twist on aristocratic style of art that makes your brain hurt! Everything grotesque, bizarre and abstract about the work of Christian Rex Van Minnen, falls nothing short of spectacular.
Erik Jones‘s sexy, colorful and versatile collection, which ranges from traditional paint to digital art, was first featured on July 2011. Here is another visit into the wonderful place where symmetry and surrealism collide harmoniously.
Grégoire Guillemin has a knack for taking simple shapes and transforming them into universal symbols of pop culture. His latest series is the anthropomorphism of the icons we call super heroes, through a pop art rendition of what goes down when they are off the clock and no one is looking.
Claire Martin, first featured last March, is a documentary photographer whose work focuses on marginalized communities within the world’s wealthiest nations. Not only are her photos fascinating but she takes the time to tell the story of each of her subjects – in a way that makes them more than just an isolated image of…
Ann He, featured back in 2010, fashion photographer shooting out of Dallas, Texas. She takes stunning images – with a richness, a delicacy brought sharply into focus with a steely gaze. And she’s only 17!!! Put the rest of us to shame.
Gerd Ludwig is a German photojournalist, known for his coverage of the changes that swept through eastern Europe after the fall of the USSR. At once sharp and bitterly romantic, his images are graced with grit and a painterly magnificence.
Riikka Sormunen is a Finnish artist (previously featured in January 2011)who creates wonderfully mysterious illustrations. Her intricate, dusky portraits tangle limbs and legend – strange, unusual and subtly dark.
David Chancellor, featured back in 2010, is a photographer working out of South Africa, who focuses on human-wildlife conflict. His latest series, Hunters, provides an unsettling insight into the ritualistic world of trophy hunters. Disturbing, yet enthralling – a fascinating work.