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Posts by Kristine Mitchell
Post-apocalyptic cityscapes where nature has begun to reclaim dominance is a recurring theme in Brin Levinson‘s collection of haunting paintings.
Influenced by a childhood spent near the ocean, Reisha Perlmutter incorporates the memories of gentle ripples and light rays refracting through...
Artist, illustrator, and designer David Rice forms organic images overlaid with graphic styles to extend his branch of artistic creations. Focusing on natural landscapes and animals as primary subjects, his work is multi-dimensional, revolving around the intersections between nature and humanity.
Tattoo artist Andrey Lukovnikov superimposes clean outlines onto lovely floral arrangements in order to create his unique ink badges.
Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller shows the gap between the rich and the poor quite literally with his photo series...
Scattered throughout modern Egypt are many ancient temples which are famous for their splendor and historical significance. The perfect example of one of these breathtaking displays of luxury is the Temple of Hathor. Built around 2250 BC, the artwork that runs throughout the building is remarkably well kept, despite being thousands and thousands of years old.
Vibrant images with a distinctive blend of stylistic influences are the modus operandi of Moscow-based photographer Andrey Yakovlev and art...
The polar bears and narwhals in the frozen North experienced a real treat this week.
This green sea slug has a lot more in common with the green leaves that it resembles than one might think. That’s because this little guy has hijacked enough plant genes to become the first animal who is able to produce chlorophyll just like a plant, meaning it can rely on sunshine for its nutrition.
British artist Ptolemy Elrington creates delightful creatures whose formative material is in direct contrast with their natural forms.
Portland, Oregon-based artist Evelyn Kritler communicates the tranquillity of the depths of the ocean through her simple, elegant watercolor paintings.