Illustrator Ana Miminoshvili uses her sketchbook not just for personal creativity but also to conceptualize some of her freelance projects, which have included Adobe, the World Bank and Daimler. Make sure you look at her full portfolio here.
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The awards keep rolling in for Meditations, the exquisite wildlife series by Canadian artist Alice Zilberberg
The range of sculptor Richard Taylor apparently is endless. His inventive work covers outdoor public installations, lacy hanging sculptures, playful standing creations and poetic wall hangings.
Oh the appeal of watercolours. These artists show how a sketchbook comes alive with depth and luminosity when the medium is watercolour. Above: Sylvain Cnudde, a beach in Normandy, France.
One of U.K. artist Luke Jerram’s enormous sculpted moons is up for exhibition at Toronto’s Bentway, a 1.75-kilometre public space and outdoor gallery running under the city’s downtown Gardiner Expressway. Museum of the Moon is a group of touring works by Jerram, already presented in dozens of cities […]
The end of summer is the perfect time to appreciate American photographer Joni Sternbach’s surfer works, which are atmospheric and nostalgic, although they are contemporary shots. Sternbach is well known for Surfland, a series of unique tintype portraits and seascapes along America’s coasts. She also captures abandoned places, […]