Art director, graphic designer, game developer, and photographer Liam Wong is pushing his creativity with a series of new ventures. Since 2015 he’s been honing his photography skills, making a huge impression with his vibrant and surreal photos of Tokyo at night. Influenced by the gaming world and films like Blade Runner, his hyper-saturated colors and haunting compositions have become his signature.
In the town of Helmond, in the southern Netherlands, Dutch architecture firm UNStudio is working to put together the “smartest...
Over the past six years, artist Denis Cherim has been creatively using his photography to explore the small coincidences that...
The alphabet is a source of inspiration for many creatives, past and present. From calligraphy to hand-drawn letter art, our familiar abcs are often transformed from standard typefaces to eye-catching works of art. Hollywood photographer Douglas Kirkland and his wife Françoise are two of the latest contemporaries to artistically interpret the standard alphabet in a new way. Taking inspiration from Erté’s iconic Art Deco-style Alphabet Suite (created between 1927 and 1967)
In a powerful new portrait series, photographer Charlie Clift aims to spark a conversation about mental health.
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Self-described “underwater artivist” Christine Ren boasts a one-of-a-kind body of work. Pairing her background in dance with her passion for ocean conservation, Ren specializes in submarine dance. As she poses below the surface, her performances are documented, resulting in stunning photo series like Protect What’s Precious. At first glance, the eye is drawn to the aesthetic beauty of project. Clad in an exquisite white gown, Ren strikes elegant poses against a dreamy blue backdrop.
Photographer Caroline South is a beachcomber who shares her finds in artful arrangements that celebrate found objects and color.
Artist David Ambarzumjan is enamored with the wonders of our world and celebrates their beguiling essence through surreal paintings.
Illustrator Kate Allan was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder as an adult. The identification not only validated her experience, but it has given her the opportunity to use her artistic talent to help herself and others in the quest for improved mental health. Allan has taken what she’s learned since entering therapy to create a mental health comic about mindfulness.
Macedonian-Australian photographer Biljana Jurukovski has been fascinated by different cultures since childhood.
Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy has been dazzling us with his high-quality images of the moon and planets taken from his backyard.