Oakland-based artist Gabriel Schama creates mesmerizing, laser-cut wood relief sculptures that feature layers of intricate swirls and abstract patterns. A myriad of geometric lines and ancient symbols take the shape of human silhouettes and mandala-like designs. Some pieces look like the pulsing inner cogs of a mechanical clock, while others resemble ornate, cathedral ceilings.
Russian wildlife photographer Sergey Gorshkov has been fascinated by nature since he was a child growing up in Siberia.
Artist Ramon Bruin creates striking anamorphic illusions on paper.
In the lead-up to its April awards ceremony in London, the Sony World Photography Awards has announced the 10 winners of the Open Competition categories, as well as National Award winners. Selected by an expert panel, the winners of the Open Competition represent the best single images in categories like Portraiture, Street Photography, Architecture, Wildlife, and Travel.
There are many companies that speak about making a difference in the world, but only a select few actually take...
Finally, the winter blues have melted away and sunny spring is finally here!
As wintry weather lingers on, German photographer Kilian Schönberger captures the final days of the cold season with his landscape photography series, Winter’s Tale. Shot in the snowy mountain ranges of Germany and central Europe, the images depict the magical quality of the fog-filled, frozen forests. He sets the scene for his enchanting series, describing Winter as “the time when tales and legends were told at home, the whole family sitting around the tiled stove.
Most people balk at mold, like the type that appears as spores on old loaves of bread.
With a focus on our feathered friends, the Bird Photographer of the Year contest fosters a “growing interest and passion for...
A little over a year ago, Omar Z. Robles went to Puerto Rico, where he paid homage to his roots. This time, the dance photographer is back to show the island in a completely different state. Six months after Hurricane Maria ripped across the island, Puerto Rico is still in a state of devastation.
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If you like art with an edge, you'll love Paul Jackson‘s illustrations.