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May 25, 2019

Interview: Delicately Painted Photos Look Like Portraits of Fading Memories

Artist Casper Faassen creates work that oscillates two worlds. Through his Asia Series, the Netherlands-based creative fuses photography and painting to create works that, while featuring real humans and ceramic objects, give off the impression that they are fleeting figments of our imagination. Faassen has a deep interest in the traditional culture of Japan. The concept of Mono no Aware has been particularly influential in the development of Asia Series.

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May 24, 2019

Here’s Everything You’ll Need to Set Up Your Own Home Art Studio

Many artists struggle to find the space they need to create. Whether you’re working from a small corner of your bedroom or from a dimly-lit basement, a cramped space can often have a negative impact on your creativity and productivity. Having your own home art studio might sound unattainable, but it doesn’t have to be. Creating a dedicated creative space can be surprisingly inexpensive and easy to set up almost anywhere.

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May 23, 2019

Interview: Man Turns Passion for Hiking into Career as Landscape Photographer

Belgian landscape photographer Sven Broeckx is just a few years into his journey as a creative, but he’s already carved out a distinct niche for himself. He first fell in love with photography while hiking in Norway, and this has remained a constant in his work. By challenging himself to explore unseen sites, he’s able to capture incredible landscapes that are uniquely his own.

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