Celebrities have been photographed pretty much every which way: paparazzi-style, covering magazines, private mobile phone snaps. So it’s nice when someone captures them in a way that actually makes you look twice. This is what Italian-born Maurizio Galimberti,
For most, the best part about found objects is the search. For artist Randy Grskovic, it’s what comes after he finds the object.
Born in Australia and based in New York, Robbie Fimmano’s photographs can be seen throughout high fashion magazines such as Interview, Vogue US, Details and Wonderland. He explores the depiction of subject matter in an unconventional way and his work range from
With an 18 year career as a commercial CGI artist—and an archive of photographs to show for it—Jim Kazanjian expertly creates this series of digital manipulations that are as seamless as it can get. Each image is a re-composition of about 50 photographs, which, in Jim’s hands “gives way to an uncanny space that is
Painter, sculptor, photographer Corey Smith brings to our attention the faults and irony of the world. Showcasing real subject matters such as local and international concerns alike, society and humanity, in a most humorous and witty way.