Denim—in its manifold recreations of grunge, indigo, skinny, washed, and the high-waisted mom jeans—plays a big role to most people in their 20s.This is even more apparent in 28-year-old Sweden-based British artist Ian Berry. Dubbing himself
Siggi Eggertsson has a succinct, yet light-hearted, write-up on his site: “Grew up drawing, painting and building stuff. Also played some basketball and collected basketball cards. Got my first PC, at first I mainly used it to
I recently stumbled across Waterscapes, a series by Hungarian photographer Akos Major. The series features a collection of photographs capturing ominously still bodies of water. The minimal composition matched with the eerie static water begins to create a
Mathieu River from ECAL University in Switzerland came out with a project called Light Form, a sculpture that explores different forms of representation and interactions using a solid uneven display. The structure is built
Lake Dobson, Tasmania Usually in close, sometimes out wide, but always graphic, textured and rich in color is the photographic work of Aussie artist Jules Ober. From the ancient icy landscape of Tasmania to riotous colors of the North Queensland jungle, Jules introduce her new way of looking at the Australian landscape.
In this body of work, Graem Whyte revisits and refines elements of his recent past work in miniature landscapes to invite the mind to dream about the magic and mystery in the world around us–to honor the past, while envisioning a better future.