Monday, March 16th, 2015
Argentinian painter Romina Ressia took the classic renaissance portrait style and added a little modern twist to it, resulting in […]
On October 23rd, West Hollywood’s De Re Gallery was overwhelmed with the coolest crowd and a star-studded guest list. […]
Van Vincent’s photography is as minimal, surreal, and well executed as it gets. Vincent’s images are the opposite of […]
As we take today for remembrance of all the lives lost on 9/11, we also wish to pay homage to […]
French photographers Carlos Ayesta and Guillaume Bression explore the 2011 Japan Tsunami and its aftermath, in particular the devastating nuclear […]
A few weeks back we featured Kartsen Wegener’s Ricetarrio series, which was a huge hit on the web!
Most of Isabelle Wenzel’s photos focus on legs and feet—up in the air, clad in leggings, in perfect 10 acrobatic […]
All Brian Donnelly aka KAWS wants to do is make art he likes.
The work of young New York City-based photography talent Brea Souder references aesthetics from minimalism and surrealism while freshly retaining […]
I came across the photography Estelle Hanania while catching up on Lidewij Edelkoort’s latest on trends.
Graphic, moody, dramatic, clear, and composed – Asger Simonsen’s photography succeeds in its multi-dimensionality.
A few weeks back, we took you inside some of the world’s most spectacular libraries.