Posts in category:Art news

The latest news from the world of art, photography, painting, sculpture.

Surreal photo manipulations by Robert Jahns

Surreal photo manipulations by Robert Jahns

September 14, 2018

Robert Jahns plays with ideas and concepts to create a whole new world of imagery. He captures people, animals, and nature in his photographs, and then he twists them. He manipulates the reality to make magic. And yes, he does it masterfully.

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Lesser-known art of Andy Warhol

Lesser-known art of Andy Warhol

August 06, 2018

Happy birthday, Andy! Thank you for your uniqueness, your creativity, and all of the inspiration you gave us. Thank you for imagining outside the box and not being afraid to experiment and constantly question the normalities of our society through your art.

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National Geographic Photographer of the Year 2018

National Geographic Photographer of the Year 2018

July 30, 2018

There is nothing better than dreaming about distant places and seeing images of wild nature. That is why photographers seem to catch the essence of every moment they spend abroad, bringing closer other people and natural beauties. Every year, National Geographic magazine invites photographers from all over the world to participate in their travel photography contest.

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Blooming fields of the Netherlands

Blooming fields of the Netherlands

July 16, 2018

In the summer, when vacation time hangs in the air and we all want to take a break, we start wondering where we would go this time. Many people follow travel bloggers who inspire us all, so this time we present you How Far from Home project on Instagram.

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Neon dreams of Tokyo

Neon dreams of Tokyo

July 02, 2018

Have you ever been drawn to neon lights like a moth to the flame? Some indeed have, and try to catch that light and cherish it forever in the form of photography.

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Urban Legend: Chicago by photographer Viktor Jan [interview]

Urban Legend: Chicago by photographer Viktor Jan [interview]

June 05, 2018

Architectural photography is a genre of the eighth art which features buildings and large construction work. Ever since the first architectural photo appeared in 1835 starring a latticed window in Lacock Abbey, photographers have been trying to mirror the society’s appreciation of architecture and its cultural significance.

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Contrasts of Hong Kong by Giel Sweertvaegher

Contrasts of Hong Kong by Giel Sweertvaegher

May 28, 2018

Travel photography inspires us to go and roam the earth. What many people do not have the chance to see personally, they can see through the eyes of wandering photographers who tries to catch a moment in eternity.

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Pop Art meets Op Art by Malika Favre

Pop Art meets Op Art by Malika Favre

April 23, 2018

Malika Favre is a French artist currently situated in London. Her style is characterized by pure minimalism and Pop Art, but sometimes described as ‘Pop Art meets Op Art’. She has developed this style by using positive/negative space and color, especially of the female body and the curves she loves to draw.

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Concrete works of David Umemoto [interview]

Concrete works of David Umemoto [interview]

January 29, 2018

David Umemoto is a sculptor and architect from Montreal, Canada. In his Artistic Approach, he states that his miniature concrete works stand as studies about volume. Each piece evokes temporary buildings or monuments based on far-away lands, thus conveying numerous images in the mind.

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Journey through parallel worlds with Michal Karcz

Journey through parallel worlds with Michal Karcz

December 11, 2017

Michal Karcz is a digital photographer and artist situated in Warsaw, Poland. All of his life, Karcz was involved with art, painting and other visual arts.

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