Photographer and filmmaker Niv Novak is passionate about dance. This love of movement shines through in the ultra-slow motion photography of ballet dancers that has been a hallmark of his work. Now, he’s taken his art to a new level with Missed Nuance, a ballet art film that has been two years in the making.
When you hear the word camouflage, visions of green and brown military uniforms might come to mind; but, photographer Joseph...
As a pioneer of Impressionism, Claude Monet remains one of art history’s most beloved figures.
Artist Ben Young began his career as a boatbuilder not knowing that it would eventually inform his work as a glass sculptor. For the past fifteen years, he has honed his craft in a way that pays homage to his vessel-constructing past as well as life growing up in New Zealand’s Bay of Plenty. His minimalist aesthetic uses blocks of blue-green glass, concrete, and brass to convey the vast ocean and related man-made elements.
Photographer Callie Shell knows politics.
Philippines-based artist Ruby Thursday (of Thursday CraftLove)
Renowned paper quilling artist Yulia Brodskaya never imagined that her career would lead to where it is today. Originally trained as a commercial artist, her first forays into papercraft were born out of a desire to create self-promotional work to woo potential design clients. But by spelling her first name in strips of paper, she had unknowingly entered the world of this centuries-old craft that traces its origins back to the Renaissance.
For over a decade, Erin Hanson has been pioneering and perfecting Open-Impressionism.
Bringing together fashion and dance, The Style of Movement is the latest book by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory of NYC...
Portrait photographer Jeffrey Rease has set out to immortalize The Greatest Generation—specifically those who served during World War II. Over the course of six months, he has already amassed over 60 portraits of World War II veterans for his Portraits of Honor series and sees no end in sight.
Today, many people hold passionate viewpoints about how infants should be fed.
Most portrait artists opt for paint as their medium, but British artist Benjamin Shine folds and presses giant sheets of...