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Beautiful photographs of women among nature by Alessio Albi

Posted by Jayalakshmi on January 18, 2015 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

Alessio Albi takes beautiful conceptual and portrait photographs of women in natural surroundings. The major feature of his photograph is the use of natural light. The choice of colors in his photographs are mild and he often chooses to shoot in overcast and foggy weather. Albi is an expert in using the interplay of shadow and natural…


Photographs of faces bombarded with Holi colors

Posted by rakesh on January 17, 2015 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

These beautiful photographs were created for the relaunch of Ars Thanea's website. Ars Thanea is an advertising agency based in Poland. To create these amazing photographs color powder used during Holi was imported from India. …


Paintings created on old doors by Pete Hawkins

Posted by Veena Venugopal on January 16, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

London based artist Pete Hawkins creates paintings on old doors, all the doors have been collected from the British countryside. The series is aptly titled 'Behind the doors' which shows characters trying wanting to go to the other side of the door. 

Born in Panama city, Pete has moved from one place to other…


Portraits dissolved with turpentine by Brian Donnelly

Posted by rakesh on January 15, 2015 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Artist Brian Donnelly first creates a portrait then sprays a mixed solution of turpentine and hand sanitizer onto the paintings making the paint drip down the canvas. The end result is very interesting inspite of the fact that there is no way for the artist to know what the portrait would end up like once the solution is…


Porcelain lady figurines painted in tattoos by Jessica Harrison

Posted by Jayalakshmi on January 14, 2015 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

Scotland based artist Jessica Harrison collects old porcelain figurines of ladies then paints tattoo patterns over them, the tattoo designs are kept traditional keeping in mind the antiquity and nature of the ceramic figurines. Jessica seems to be making a feminist statement about the freedom of women, in spite of the figurines…


Mindblowing Vortex water sculpture by William Pye

Posted by Veena Venugopal on January 13, 2015 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

William Pye often uses more science than art in most of his art installations, same is the case with this sculpture of a water vortex. The sculpture called Charybdis is named after the siren who was turned into a whirlpool by Zeus in Greek mythology. The transparent tank is made of acrylic polymer and the water is highly filtered to maintain the…


The smart and interactive life size street art by Levalet

Posted by rakesh on January 12, 2015 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Paris based street artist Charles Leval better known as Levalet creates thought provoking and clever street art that interacts with the streets. His works seem to complete a narrative by using the street as his prop. His works are playful and curious and he often uses other real world objects along…


3D art created inside suitcases by Ryan Roth

Posted by Veena Venugopal on January 11, 2015 at 8:00am 0 Comments

Artist Ryan Roth creates 3d scenes inside suitcases using cutout of paintings and other objects. The scenes are a commentary on people who are on the move for business. Its about the things they let go for their personal success and growth. Its also a narration on the dark and competitive corporate life with the line between right and wrong…


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