Elizaveta Porodina is a Munich-based (Moscow-born) fashion and fine-art photographer. Her work is experimental, bending reality with colour-burst surrealism and black-and-white romanticism. The emotional symbolism underlying her work derives from her studies in clinical psychology. Featured here is her contribution to Radical Beauty, a photo project aimed at challenging beauty normativity in contemporary culture. The […]
As part of last yearâ€™s Art Basel Miami Beach, multimedia artists Marina Fini, Signe Pierce, Sierra Grace, and Sydney Krause created â€śMotelscape,â€ť an otherworldly full-room installation located in a love suite of the Miami Princess Hotel. Every object was specifically designed to convey a sense of replicated and illusory reality, such as the translucent plexiglass […]
Pop surrealist painter Camilla dâ€™Errico melts rainbows with characters that have oversized, soulful eyes. They stare at the viewer with an overwhelming intensity, simultaneously communicating innocence with feelings of sadness, wonder, and boredom. In addition to her candy-colored characters, animals are another focal point of her paintings. They often act as an elaborate headpiece or […]
If you were combining rainbows with X-rays, youâ€™d likely get this type of art. Spray painter Shok-1 titles his work as “X-Rainbows,” and it is quite appealing the illuminated effect of the bones and insect.
This first photo looks like it was digitally composed, however, on David Keochkerianâ€™s portfolio page there is a note stating it was taken with Nikon D700. It still baffles me, but nonetheless his landscape photos are absolutely stunning!
Sometimes, all you need is a few amazing photos in your portfolio. And that is the case with Chinese photographer Eleven, who has just these two pictures in his gallery page. His work is breathtaking!
These are stunning landscape pictures of Liloni Luca.
“Car Atlas” is an art installation by David T. Waller.
Dutch Peter van de Werken has invented rainbow roses for commercialization all over the world. The flowers are treated with natural pigments into their stems, so when they grow each petal has a different colour. Watch video “Rainbow Roses for Valentine’s day” (Reuters). Via The Fun Times Guide Photos Â© respective owners