Jamie Baldridge was born to two hominids in 1975 in a very small town in the deep south. Much of his childhood was spent in tedium. After spending years studying Religion and Creative Writing at Louisiana State University, Jamie somehow got a BFA in Photography. After which he went on to work a string of odd, very odd, photographic gigs before receiving his MFA in Photography from the same fine institution. He is currently a professor of photography at the [...]
A Beauty of Horror by Jenn Violetta: works filled with horror, depression, youth and a dark beauty. I don’t really know anything about the artist, just check her works.
Photographer Markku Lahdesmaki started his photographic journey around his hometown, Tempere, known as “Finland’s Manchester”. This peaceful industrial city filled him with inspiration and passion to pursue his career. With his camera at hand and armed with creative forces, Markku started to gather his own world of cities. Today, he is well-known for his collages and digital art manipulations and is working towards his own particular interests, as well as for marketing campaigns. After travelling through the most varied corners [...]
Julie Lansom is a young photographer from Paris, France. Julie Lansom says, “i take photos because i have a shitty memory” – best bio ever. i love this series she did.
Donna De Cesare, born in New York is considered an expert on the issues of youth identity and gang violence. Her photographs have documented the various phenomena of the gang culture of Los Angeles in the 90s, winning several awards and publications including The New York Times and Life magazine.
Benoit Court is a french photographer author of these beautiful and deep shots.
California-based artist Andrew Meyers drives thousands screws at various depths, creating unique 3D images. Once the screws are in at the correct depth, (from 7,000 to 10,000 holes by hand) he paints over each head individually to create the finished product,which looks more like a portrait than a sculpture.
C215, aka Christian Guémy, is a stencil artist based in Paris, France. He began spray painting in 2005, he has become extremely proficient at stenciling in the past five years. His interest in portraits has carried over from his childhood, when he was impressed by classic portraiture.
Amazing room drawing by Japanese artist Yosuke Goda.
Robert Yager, street photographer and documentary photography, grew up in London, 18 years old hitchhiking around Europe, he borrowed a friend’s camera and started making pictures, after living for a time in Mexico, then he moved to LA where he taked this series of shots documenting Los Angeles’ Latino gangs, their families, fights, drugs, graffiti, and war wounds. Robert Yager has been published by the NYTimes, the Observer and The Independent.
Tatiana Suarez (b. 1983) is a Brooklyn-based Miami native. This emerging artist is an alumni of the University of Miami’s Graphic Design program, and also works as a freelance illustrator. Her charming style is distinctive — first, the trademark eyes that draw the viewer into a beautiful and surreal world. Suarez takes full advantage of the oil paint’s ability to create creamy, soft images on canvas. Rich with symbols that stem from her Brazilian and El Salvadorian heritage, subjects appear [...]
Mike Stilkey creates unique art by painting on the sides of stacked books. Los Angeles based artist uses ink, colored pencils, and paint to depict whimsical characters. [photos by D. Kinsey, J. Witham, and N. Baker]
Alain Delorme, photographer from Paris, captures fascinating photos of bicycle carriers in Shanghai, China. The new Totems series by Alain Delorme plunges us into the core of contemporary China and its complexity. Under the blue sky of a highly colored Shanghai, men carry throughout the city unbelievable piles. These precarious columns made of cardboard or chairs appear as new totems of a society in complete transformation, both a factory for the world and a new El Dorado of the market [...]
Aaron Nagel was born in 1980 in San Francisco, CA. He is a figurative oil painter who resides in Oakland, CA. Having received no formal training, he is entirely self-taught; a fact at odds with his classical approach to surrealism. In his current work, he explores specific themes of guilt and power, always associated with his views on the perils of organized religion and theism.
UNEARTHLY CREATURE OF A DREAM is a photographic exploration of conceptual fashion by Anna Dobos, taking cues from germ theory of disease. Titled from an excerpt from Maurine and Other Poems by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, influenced by the film Pastoral: to die in the country by Shūji Terayama.