In the series “Spaces” Evan Grothjan explores the emotional qualities present in space.
Playing with the concept of light, movement and space, the surreal works of Xuan Chen are inspired by the California light, the Space Movement and constructivism. She creates wall sculptures of an iPad size, spatial arrangements that you’re invited to explore and interpret.
In love with gorgeous mixed-media collages of Liesl Pfeffer. For this Hearts & Arrows’ series, she turned her own photography into these beautiful gems.
Not much information online on Korean digital artist Ouzo Kim.
Last year we introduced you to Madrid-based mixed media artist Pablo Thecuadro and his stunning fashion collages.
Thanks to his very accurate photoshop skills, Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov allows Caravaggio and Bouguereau’s muses and angels – (just to name a few) to be seamlessly integrated with daily life surroundings in Kiev and Naples.
The art technique of Hannah Whitaker is far from ordinary. Her graphic collages start with a sketch, later cut into paper screens and inserted into the camera during exposure. The artist intersects different media and explores the possibilities of redefining the analogue process.