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Interactive artist and technical director Mike Pelletier is originally from Canada, but is now based in Amsterdam full time.
The illustrations of Manchester-based artist James Roper draw on many diverse sources, from Baroque Art to the flow of energy found in complex structure, for example human beings.
In Giulio Musardo’s photographs, humans take second place to the raw powers of nature. Using surreal or exaggerated camera angles, and showing situations of how small we are when compared to the immensity of Mother Nature.
Lee Howell is an award-winning Edinburgh-based photographer. The images showcased here are from his “Beauté Aviaire” series, a collection of conceptual art prints which examine the connection between the aesthetically pleasing world of birds and the female form.
I wonder what took me so long to find Charles Reid’s watercolor paintings. His color combinations and fluid brushstrokes are superb, mesmerizing.
The work of contemporary photographer David Uzochukwu is one tinged with a mood of melancholy and dreaminess.
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Paul Schroeder is known as Monocat the vicious doodler and cartoonist who has worked on projects like “Minimalist British Humour” (which gives variety to the word butt), and “Eat Eggs to Maintain Your Health” a collaboration with writer Luke Walsh.
Born in Udine, Italy, Federico Bebber has been making exciting digital and photographic projects since 1998.
I don’t know a single soul who hasn’t been moved to tears by a film, or ever seen one that failed to put a smile on their face.
The images on this page are by the Italian photographer Flora Bossi, and they are from her “IRÉEL” series.
Alessandro Pautasso is a graphic designer and illustrator who does a great line in vector art. One only has to look at his colourful images to get to appreciate the level of detail that goes into one of his creations.
She is known online as “The Calling of Drawing—L.A. Dessin” (that’s a serious title), but her real name is Lorine Angelmann from France.
Alberto Seveso is an Italian artist working in Bristol (UK), who is being represented by Bernstein & Andriulli in the United States and Central Illustration Agency in Europe.
When used ineffectively, mirrors and illusions in any kind of art can seem like cheap tricks. But when used appropriately, it can feel like a dream.
Clearly inspired by modern art, Robert Nero’s tattoos have a touch of abstraction mixed with representational elements of nature.
Malaysian artist Chong-Yi is quite something with a pencil, as you can plainly see here with his exquisitely meticulous artworks. Sources of inspiration for this talented young guy include contemporary cinema, such as characters from”Les Miserables.” He has also stated that he attained a lot of his drawing technique from studying the Internet.
Normally, if we’re in one of those masochistic moods where we want to feel the cold fingers of terror, we naturally turn to cinema or literature.
Canadian visual artist and tattooer Kit King (killer name by the way) does a great line in finely detailed and beautifully rendered black and white drawings.
Warning: This post contains content with sexual references. Viewer discretion is advised. A sexual tone is present in Aenaluck’s vast collection of drawings and paintings.