Alexey Kljatov has successfully jury-rigged a macro lens on to a relatively inexpensive point&shoot digital camera (rough diagram at end of gallery below) to capture winter’s most treasured element: snowflakes. With infinite permutations of hexagonal-based frosty geometrics – words can’t begin to describe these magical and heaven-sent forms of frozen water. Here’s to Winter!! EVIDENCE OF A DIVINE ORDER? g
Masterful in his technique, Nicholas Di Genova has a style that is truly unique. Beginning a piece by meditating and studying source materials and sketching, Di Genova begins with a simple pencil drawing and then layers quill pen strokes and paints on mylar film. Surreal hybrid creatures he creates by fusing physical traits of different species are the main subject matter of his work. Residing in Toronto, Nicholas has an immaculate eye & possesses exceptional attention to details. Look at […]
There are seemingly less and less positive / feel-good photos being taken now-a-days, so this round up took a bit longer to collect a few images from LENS that weren’t entirely depressing. Top three from the series = 1) Oil Pipeline explosion in China 2) Bubbles bringing joy in Philippines 3) Olympic flame to Space?! Also,what a totally insane tornado path of destruction. A certain Charles Bradley song comes to mind – Listen below the gallery. BUT NO-BAHDEH – WANNA […]
Chris Gilmour used to build models out of cardboard as ‘rough drafts’ & mock-ups for larger scale works out of bronze, wood, & stone; when he realized that the cardboard mockups were alluring their own right. “The thing that I like is the contrast between a very poor material, and very beautiful objects, very desirable objects,” Gilmour says of his own work. Spending a minimum of 3 months on each project, and sometimes up to half a year on the […]
Hopefully your morn brings a beaut of a hump-day for you, but in the case that you’re feelin’ life isn’t as smooth as it could be, take a look at this GIFs and know that it isn’t as bad as these scenarios – well hopefully not. If it’s that bad you should probably document it for other people :} – just kiddin’. HAVE A RELATIVELY BRILLIANT DAY!
To say Fredrik Soderberg is fascinated by the occult and metaphysical, would be an understatement. As a quasi-disciple of Carl Jung, Soderberg seeks to explore, and encourage thought in the connection between planes of immanence and the transcendental. Alchemy, collective consciousness, hermetic traditions, and meditation are all inspirations for Frederik, who says: “One of the potentials of art is that it can work as magick, in the sense that it deals with an apprehension of reality that claims you can […]