This inspired piece of public art is 12 tons of solid painted concrete, with a 2.5-metre lamp behind it.
The images coming from Kiev, Ukraine are apocalyptic at a level that a film or work of art could never reach. This photograph by Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA is one of hundreds that articulate the capital’s disintegration.
Taras Boychuk says he gets his inspiration from the mountains, where he finds subjects for his oil painting in stems of grass, stones, bushes, and tree trunks blasted by mountain storms. (Click images for more information) Taras Boychuk was born in Ukraine, and moved to Canada in 2004. […]
Ukrainian illustrator Lesya Nedzelskaya’s unique eye makes her colorful works a delight. These works have just been posted on her new Behance site.