Pacfic Northwest based designer & woodworker Kyle Miller has long been involved with creating beautiful industrial fantasy pieces. Kyle’s work blends elements of traditional woodworking with science-fiction inspired design in a wholly unique style. the Steampunk Nixie Tube Clock is the most recent offering form Miller’s studio, and is made from solid black walnut, steel, […]
By Elliot Knox in New Photography on Thursday 20 February 2014
Photographer Chris Fitzgerald has created a series of striking portraits of discarded mattresses on the streets of Los Angeles. I asked him about his inspiration behind the series: ‘I began photographing mattresses after seeing an abundance of old, used mattresses lining the curbs. On our dog-walking route alone I must have seen eight over a […]
By Alex Steele in New Art on Friday 7 February 2014
Night Light Detroit is a delightfully bright and colorful addition to Detroit’s art scene. Designed by a university sculpture class under the guise of Larry and Friends Design Group, the goal of the project was to create a new source of illumination in midtown Detroit, where very few streetlights have left the area dim. Resembling […]
This is my photo project, The Bonnie Days. I started this adventure when my daughter was five weeks old as a birthday gift to my husband. Some of the props I made myself, some I already had at home. I never added or subtracted things in Photoshop, everything was taken naturally. The process is quite simple: I set […]
To create these stunning effects, photographer Thomas Senf set multi-coloured spotlights on different parts of the frozen waterfall to capture the two climbers in resplendent colour. The action took place in Eidfjord, near the city of Bergen, Norway, where the waterfalls reach more than 500 meters in height. Just mind-blowing, really.
By R.M.Orman in New Art on Saturday 30 November 2013
Kim Keever’s large-scale photographs are created by meticulously constructing miniature topographies in a 200-gallon tank which is then filled with water. These dioramas of fictitious environments are brought to life with coloured lights and the dispersal of pigment, producing ephemeral atmospheres that he must quickly capture with his large-format camera. More of his work can […]
By Marta Gardarsdóttir in New Illustration on Saturday 30 November 2013
We stumbled across Helena Frank’s mysterious, beautiful characters on the web. Frank is an illustrator based in Copenhagen. Her skillful portraits of outsiders has a wonderful attention to detail and a very cool use of colour.
Replicants unite! Here’s a fan-made tribute to one of the greatest sci-fi films of all time, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. Known for its futuristic, dystopian aesthetic, the Blade Runner universe provides the perfect fodder for a collaborative art project. Twenty-five illustrators have provided artwork for this risographed anthology zine. The project has been successfully funded […]
Being an evil genius requires great attention to your lair and appearance. Sure, you could be sitting in a skull mountain-like Skeletor, but then you sit in a regular chair with a couple of skulls and shenanigans randomly thrown in, ruining the effect. You could get yourself a scary chair, but that usually kills the […]
I came across Yang Seungwoo’s work, Best Days, when he had an exhibition at Zen photo gallery in Tokyo. I didn’t get a chance to see the exhibition, but I have seen some of Seungwoo’s work online and saw Best Days book cover. Luckily I manage to get a friend to buy me the book. […]
I do a lot of macro cave photography. Cave photography is a bit of a beast to tame, but macro cave photography is like a beast with two heads. And one them has a laser beam on it. It’s a challenge, but when successful it can provide a unique look at the mysterious world of […]
The Melbourne-based artist/human Benk has created a series of illustrations that toys with the interrelationships between humanity and nature. We see birds almost every day of our lives. We hardly notice them, I certainly don’t feel as if I live among birds, but we all do. These illustrations portray humans wearing bird masks, showing the […]
By Kevin Zych in New Art on Monday 4 November 2013
Will Barras is an artist, illustrator, and animator from Birmingham, England. He began his career when he started doodling with his friend between answering calls at a tiresome desk job. Today, years after hanging up the phone, his work has evolved into dynamic images featuring distorted figures walking, biking, and riding horses through colorful landscapes. […]
By Janet Garcia in New Photography on Wednesday 2 October 2013
Photographer Nick Brandt took photos of the birds that die in the deadly Lake Natron in northern Tanzania. The alkalinity levels are so high in the lake it causes the animals to turn into statues, preserving them forever. However, it’s not known why or how these animals have died. Although it’s sad, it’s a look into a world most haven’t seen before.