Archive for October, 2011

Michael Murphy

Posted: 26.10.2011 at 07:17 |

Michael Murphy’s sophisticated conceptual approach to artistic creation is evident in his constant search for new and innovative methods with which to execute his works. Fascinated with light, color, tone and shape, the artist strives to challenge the boundaries between the second and third dimensions with optical illusions, where portraiture plays an important role. The artist’s wire portrait of President Barack Obama received critical acclaim and was featured in TIME magazine’s December 2008 issue.
Check the gallery nine for more

Double Exposure Portraits by Dan Mountford

Posted: 18.10.2011 at 20:20 |

See the Behance profile of Dan Mounford

Caryn Drexl Photography

Posted: 18.10.2011 at 20:03 |

Scary but beautiful. See the whole portfolio

Catalina Estrada

Posted: 18.10.2011 at 19:33 |

Poster campaign for Incredible India, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India.
Bengala Tiger, Taj Mahal and Kathakali dancer. Estrada’s work is a neat example of joining art and commerce into a beautiful result.
See more of her project on the official website 

‘Waste Landscape’

Posted: 16.10.2011 at 16:37 |

French artist Elise Morin and architect Clémence Eliard hand-sewed together 65,000 old CDs to create an enormous 500-squere meter undulating landscape, so-called ‘Waste Landscape’ which overtakes the ‘Halle D’aubervilliers’ of Paris’s centquatre. Website:

Francoise Nielly

Posted: 14.10.2011 at 11:24 |

More Françoise Nielly’s massive, colorful portraits available here

Aggravure by Baptiste Debombourg

Posted: 02.10.2011 at 18:17 |

It’s rather hip for modern artists to skip traditional art media and forgo stuffy art galleries for empty factories and abandoned industrial spaces to showcase their art, but not a lot of them can pull off what French visual artist Baptiste Debombourg did.

In his installation Aggravure, Baptiste spent 75 hours creating the image of falling Phaeton* on a wall in a very, very unusual manner


GAVIN WORTH – WireSculptures

Posted: 02.10.2011 at 17:28 |

These are essentially line drawings done with wire. Visit the official website for more

My wire sculptures tell stories of simple human moments: a woman adjusting her hair, a face gazing from behind tightly wrapped arms, a mother gently cradling her baby. The honest, unguarded moments are the ones that I find to be the most beautiful.