Author: Christopher Smail

Black and White Nudes by Waclaw Wantuch

Note: Contains nudity. Waclaw Wantuch is a Polish artist who does strong work in the fine art world of nude photography, taking the complexities of the body as one of his subjects. His shots of models contorted into many strange shapes are classically beautifully but also witty and inventive in their composition. All photos © Waclaw Wantuch Via […]

Crystal Wagner’s Colourful Paper Sculptures

Crystal Wagner, originally from Baltimore, Maryland, started out as a printmaker but gradually over time went down a more conceptual route and her large-scale installations are making quite a name for herself. Using mostly coloured pieces of paper, tissue and other such materials she draws inspiration from a number of sources, including the vast beauty […]

Lost Bodies in Nature by Ruben Brulat

Warning: Contains nudity. Ruben Brulat is an accomplished French photographer whose series “Paths” is an interesting project that engages with themes of nature, identity and humanity. On his wandering travels through Europe and Asia he would encounter strangers along the way and some would agree to pose for him nude in the midst of some […]

Detailed Illustrations of War by Mu Pan

Mu Pan has created an impressive body of work, detailed masterpieces where we witness bloody battle scenes orchestrated between human and non-human creatures. The brutality and gore on display can be quite shocking when you first see them. But his illustrations are more then this though and they touch on important themes to do with ecology, animal extinction […]

Don’t Speak: Witty Portraits by Thibault Delhom

Note: Contains nudity. Thibault Delhom finds interesting ways to infuse his portraits with a creative edge, whether it’s by digitally adding lines and graphics or by using surreal props like an anatomically correct hand. The colour scheme is made up of predominately darker tonalities and he achieves a high level of contrast which is great to […]