Evgeni Koroliov says people have always been his prime source of inspiration and it shows in the hyper-realistic, translucent faces he creates.
This interpretation of “Desire” is from the massive portfolio of Toronto surrealist Ray Caesar, a renowned digital artist who spent part of his working life (1980-1997) in the Art and Photography Department of The Hospital For Sick Children.
The natural world inspires and informs ceramic artist Lauren Blakey, resulting in a powerful recitation of nature and biology throughout her work.
This sculpture, Average Beast, is formed of vintage wood and other material mounted in the style of an African tribal mask with painted elements of outsider and urban art. Martin Gerstenberger began his artist life doing street murals with well known urban posses like Os Gêmeos and Flying […]
Sophie Leblanc turned to art full time when she lost affection for her first career as an architect. The French illustrator and painter now explores the “tension between the softness and gravity which characterizes childhood.”
These one-of-a-kind paper sculptures by Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave are on exhibit in Naples, Florida, spanning 500 years of fashion history.