Rarely do I find myself losing track of time due to endless re-examination of images. Within a few days of coming across Russian photographer Elizaveta Porodina’s work, I had already scrutinized her entire portfolio more than ten times. Porodina’s portfolio is full of photographs radiating conceptual and aesthetic beauty. The photographer’s personality and eccentricities flow through her work on a consistent basis.
Colorado-based painter Anna Charney’s latest series of work is a conceptual examination of the human body at its core. Charney endeavors to explore the intrinsic relationship between the forms of nature and of the human body. The series of work is visually fluid, and at times, even spiritual.
Karan Singh is an Australian artist and designer currently residing in New York City. Her work carries a certain playfulness and vibrance which has enticed clients like Wired Magazine, Computer Arts and GQ.
California based animation studio Laundry has been producing incredible motion graphics for several years now. In addition to directing major spots for Levi’s, Svedka, and Wrigley’s, they’ve also spearheaded award-winning music videos for artists like Nicki Minaj, Green Day, and M.I.A.
I’ve been an avid follower of the work of New York-based illustrator, Sara Blake, aka HelloZSO, for several years now. Blake is a rare breed of artist who seems to have found a perfect combination of traditional and digital elements in her work. In 2011, she launched the 100 Girls series, an exploration of how a drawing style can evolve through repeated subject matter.