American photographer Kyra Schmidt is endlessly captivated by the enduring capacity of photography to give form to new experiences and her project Transcriptions is an exploration of this.
Blossoming digital sculptures by Jean-Michel Bihorel combine artist’s fascination with flowers and the female form. He designs figures made of cracked marble, where the gaps are filled with dried hydrangea flowers and leaves.
Australian photographer, Lisa Sorgini, creates an ephemeral and romantic series titled ‘Flotsam/Waterplants’ investigating flora underwater. Known for her perceptive work, Sorgini paints floral portraits with digital tools.
Italian visual artist Davide Quayola converts classical masterpieces like the Venus and Adonis or The Tiger Hunt by Rubens into complex digital masterpiece creations.
Best known for his portraits of beautiful women with a melancholic and surreal touch, the Hungarian digital illustrator Krisztian Tejfel is focusing on traditional-digital hybrids leaving his work always a bit unfinished.
One of world’s largest digital exhibitions in history, Japanese studio teamLab will show its digital artworks in a form of an impressive maze.
Madrid and Paris based artist Boldtron renders 3D sculptures in his series Fantasaraxia.