Pard Morrison Ever since the notion of fine art has been rebelliously challenged by those artists who thinks outside the box; things either went extremely complicated or they resorted to minimalism. When the realistic factor within a piece is drowned out by the feelings and emotions it is able to deliver, representations have became more … Continued

Erik Madigan Heck Either its because painting can depict such real fantasies, or that photography can depict such fantastical realities; this 2011 nominated “new and emerging photographers to watch” has blurred the lines between art and photography, and completely eliminated the borders between fashion and photography. I wowed when I saw these images, and when … Continued

Amy Mattingley It sure is. Its like taking a big bite out of something and getting sensual pleasure from it. I am rarely attracted to abstract art, because I personally demand a certain level of understanding visually before being able to put my own interpretation into a piece of artwork. As Picasso says though, the … Continued

Lissy Elle Laricchia Its like digging into a tomb, the further I do, the more I find, the scarier it gets, but the more Im stuck. Lissy Elle Laricchia, if not wronged, am from North America. Started her career at the age of 13, seeing photography as something she can make realistic of her fantastical … Continued

Nuno Ferreira’s Collages 2ponto3, a name established by Nuno Ferreira to categorize his unique usage of the collage technique has gained this young man a lot of recognition online. Barely any information on him was found, it was only noted that the artist is an undergraduate from Portugal, who first started his artworks in college … Continued

Ingrid Baars Article At first glance, it might seem like a modern day Picasso piece, with segments of layers and dissected images one on top of the other, yet carefully laid out to produce a certain amusing vision. The artist herself, Ingrid Gaars, is a one of a kind producer. Working from her own images … Continued

Ana Teresa Barboza’s Blog Undeniably a work of Art, textile artist Ana Teresa Barboza from Peru has clearly rebelled, challenged, and succeeded in the reconciliation of claiming a female artist’s status in the world of art with a skill that was once simply considered as craft. Not only bounded by her professional skill with needles … Continued

Made By Survivors Brain teasing you as to why this article is placed under art and culture instead of style and clothing? As literal as the name states, no gimmic or edgy term here, all of the items under this brand is honestly 100% made. by. survivors. We’re talking about female survivors who has lived … Continued An epic size, a storyful composition with a realistic yet playful quality; even though the street arts created by Herakut from Germany stays raw, it has successfully established themselves into a world-known talent. The two artists Hera and Akut met at the Urban Art Festial Secilla in Spain during 2004 and has been painting … Continued Stumbled across some remixed versions of “Boyfriend ” by Justin Bieber, and then these images came on screen. Warm, vintage looking, and oh so loving photographs coming from this special little site. Nadja Seale is a stylist, blogger, and make up artist. A God’s believer, and a fashion girl with a much similar preference … Continued