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Dreaming with Christian Schloe
1 year ago

Dreaming with Christian Schloe

Christian Schloe is a talented artist who lives and works in Austria. We can define his works as an amazing mix of disciplines such as digital art, painting, illustration, and …
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Meet the artist: Paolo Pettigiani
1 year ago

Meet the artist: Paolo Pettigiani

Paolo Pettigiani is a young and talented Italian creative, temporary based in New York. He has an amazing portfolio wich is rich of incredible graphic and photographic works. They caught the …
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Bill Carman’s illustrations
2 years ago

Bill Carman’s illustrations

Bill Carman is a Korean painter and illustrator who lives in the US. When he was born, as he wrote on his Facebook page, he had a perfectly round head …
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The Taxi Fabric project
2 years ago

The Taxi Fabric project

If I say Taxi Fabric, what comes to your mind? There is a proverb that says that to really grasp the meaning of a city, as well as eat its …
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“363 Days of Tea” by Ruby Silvious
2 years ago

“363 Days of Tea” by Ruby Silvious

There are some days more than others where we need poetry and beauty: today is one of those and we are happy to introduce Ruby Silvious, visual artist and graphic …
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Nikolai Tolstyh and his paper animals
2 years ago

Nikolai Tolstyh and his paper animals

Instagram is considered one of the best hubs to discover new talent and new interesting projects. Today we want to focus our attention on a new amazing project created by …
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The Botanicus Land of Lucille Clerc
2 years ago

The Botanicus Land of Lucille Clerc

Graduated in Communication Design, the French illustrator Lucille Clerc is the brilliant mind behind the incredible drawings created for projects such as Magma bookstore, Laurence King Publishers, St James’s Correspondent, …
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The Renwick Gallery reopens to the public
2 years ago

The Renwick Gallery reopens to the public

On 13 November the Renwick Gallery will reopen to the public after a period of internal and external renovation lasted two years, the first complete intervention of the building in …
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Meet the artist: Clorofilliche
2 years ago

Meet the artist: Clorofilliche

Her project has caught our attention right away as her funny irony. Order, geometry and creativity are the assets of Clorofilliche, a photographic, creative and colorful project. Susi Mauri, an …
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Women in colours by Gabriel Moreno
2 years ago

Women in colours by Gabriel Moreno

Gabriel Moreno is a famous illustrator and designer who works and lives in Madrid. He is best known for his work in advertising, but his creativity goes far beyond this. …
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Healing tool: Billboards as Art Galleries
2 years ago

Healing tool: Billboards as Art Galleries

Sad summer working days are over for commuters in Massachusetts! In fact, lifting their eyes to heaven, will enjoy a real “art gallery ” that will enliven the route Interstate …
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Shinji Ohmaki: Textures , tradition and Sculpture
2 years ago

Shinji Ohmaki: Textures , tradition and Sculpture

Our research lead us in Japan. His works are definitely visual and sensory experiences, full of tradition and experimentation, poetic and touching installations. His name is Shinji Ohmaki.

Born in …
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The Geometric Surrealism by Victor Fota
2 years ago

The Geometric Surrealism by Victor Fota

The bother of Monday morning … the best is yet to come when you’ll fascinated by the surreal geometry of Victor Fota. Victor Fota is a Romanian illustrator, visual artist …
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The chubby world by Billur Kazaz
2 years ago

The chubby world by Billur Kazaz

Billur Kazaz is a Turkish illustrator and designer, she’s 24 and lives in New York. She graduated in Illustration at Parsons The New School for Design, drawing and painting since …
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Foodphotography: Taste good in Tel Aviv!
2 years ago

Foodphotography: Taste good in Tel Aviv!

Our journey in the creative food issues continues with a new project entirely dedicated to those who love food photography, and have made it their obsession as they strive daily …
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McMennamy and his #Combophoto
2 years ago

McMennamy and his #Combophoto

By  •  Photography, Food, Art

We start this hot week of the end of June with a fanny and surrealistic project that surely make you laugh thanks to these free associations of ideas. The photo …
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The Last of the Teddy Girls by Ken Russell
2 years ago

The Last of the Teddy Girls by Ken Russell

Today we would like to speak out and show you a series of photographs taken in the early years of the career of Ken Russell, the famous English photographer and …
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Hand-drawn maps by Jenni Sparks
2 years ago

Hand-drawn maps by Jenni Sparks

Jenni Sparks was born in a small town in southern England. She is a young illustrator, designer, artist and creative, that currently lives and works in London, where the dream …
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Fotografia Europea 2015 – European Photography 2015 – Reggio Emilia
2 years ago

Fotografia Europea 2015 – European Photography 2015 – Reggio Emilia

Doors open for the tenth edition of Fotografia Europea (European Photography) that every year, in Reggio Emilia, holds many artists, curators and enthusiasts, offering a series of stunning exhibitions, installations, …
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Unseen, the underwater photography by Lara Zankoul
2 years ago

Unseen, the underwater photography by Lara Zankoul

We keep talking about Surrealist Photography with a collection of dreaming images realized by a young Lebanese photographer Lara Zankoul.

She started working in photography in 2008, after she took …
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Artistic book cover, the redesign made by students
3 years ago

Artistic book cover, the redesign made by students

Book covers become unique, incredible and charming artworks. If you choose books from their cover, in this case, will be really difficult selected the favourite one, thanks to students of …
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Junk food and Nouvelle Cousine
3 years ago

Junk food and Nouvelle Cousine

We don’t know the identity of the person that is hidden under the name of Chef Jacques Merde (@ChefJacqueslaMerde for Instagram lovers). His name causes a grin of understanding between …
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The miniature art by Lorraine Loots
3 years ago

The miniature art by Lorraine Loots

Lorraine Loots is a young South African artist originally from Cape Town, specializing in miniatures. You know those works of art so small that to make out fine details you …
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Meet the Artist: Lola Dupré
3 years ago

Meet the Artist: Lola Dupré

The elements which characterize the surrealistic artworks made by this young Portuguese artist are paper, images and a great use of different media, we are talking about Lola Dupré! She …
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Life is Only One, the Yoshitomo Nara’s overview
3 years ago

Life is Only One, the Yoshitomo Nara’s overview

The overview set up by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, dedicated to the renowned Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara, called, as one of his most famous works,”Life is Only One “, …
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Meet the artist: GNAMBOX
3 years ago

Meet the artist: GNAMBOX

It isn’t a secret that we like to eat and speak about everything that revolves around the world of food. After the interview with Paola Buzzini with her project Soup …
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Street Photography by Yener Torun
3 years ago

Street Photography by Yener Torun

Since forever one of our passions is architecture. Today we invite you to discover Yener Torun, a young turkish architect and protographer who is 32 years old, that with his …
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Meet the artist: Stephanie Diani
3 years ago

Meet the artist: Stephanie Diani

I wrote to Stephanie in one of my hectic work day, after spending so much time admiring her photographs. Time stopped, while I was browsing her works that captivated my …
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The power of language by Simeen Farhat
3 years ago

The power of language by Simeen Farhat

In this so controversial climate, characterized by an overload of dissonant information, we choose, today, to speack about an incredible artist: a woman, Pakistan, sculptor, performer and communicator, she is …
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Street art vol. 9: YZ and the African warriors
3 years ago

Street art vol. 9: YZ and the African warriors

The street artist called YZ works on a tribute to African women. They are warriors, the Amazons, revolutionary and intellectuals. This project releases the power of women that marked the …
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Geometric tattoos by Chaim Machlev
3 years ago

Geometric tattoos by Chaim Machlev

Geometric tattoos, three-dimensional, games of full and empty that develop movement and tension on the body surface. The stretch is thin, almost light, delicate, yet incisive and determined. The bodies …
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Anemones and corals by Nuala O’Donovan
3 years ago

Anemones and corals by Nuala O’Donovan

Anemones and corals have always fascinated me. Light, sinuous, vibrant. They capture all the poetry of the sea. It seems to have thought the same thing, the artist Nuala O’Donovan …
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Julian Landini and his women
3 years ago

Julian Landini and his women

At first glance I think of Egon Schiele or Toulouse-Lautrec. Julian’s women hang over inside us, they look in our eyes, they brush the heart, they are naked, fragile and …
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Kerstin zu Pan’s photography
3 years ago

Kerstin zu Pan’s photography

Kerstin zu Pan is a young and irreverent photographer in Berlin. This city is so controversial, challenging and innovative as it should be a European capital, really modern and cutting …
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Street Art Vol.8: Faith47
3 years ago

Street Art Vol.8: Faith47

The love for street art comes from Spanish artist Borondo, but a newfound, energetic and lively love for street art comes from a woman who calls Faith47 and today I …
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The feathers of the American artist Chris Maynard
3 years ago

The feathers of the American artist Chris Maynard

How many times when you was a child (but still now) you picked up from the floor some bird feather, to keep it jealously between the pages of a book? …
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Street art vol.7: Shamsia Hassan’s artworks
3 years ago

Street art vol.7: Shamsia Hassan’s artworks

Street art brings color and hopes also in Afghanistan. A country that is not only war, conflict and discrimination. A glimmer of light illuminates the sky dusty and leaden, often …
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Between Asia and Europe : Philip Giordano’s illustrations
3 years ago

Between Asia and Europe : Philip Giordano’s illustrations

Today we show you a young Italian artist called Philip Giordano that caught our attention with its beautiful illustrations about “The Little Prince” (It is a reprint of the famous …
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Meet the artist: Soup Opera by Paola Buzzini
3 years ago

Meet the artist: Soup Opera by Paola Buzzini

In my nocturnal ramblings chasing #cosebelle I come across in the Soup Opera project and decided immediately to ask Paola, her creator, to tell us about it. Giacometti and lentils, Hopper …
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Street art vol.6 : Miss Van
3 years ago

Street art vol.6 : Miss Van

Street art allows us to travel the world and meet new hands, new eyes and new purposes for art. Today we know and explore another exceptional artist named Miss Van. …
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Edoardo Tresoldi – Thoughts
3 years ago

Edoardo Tresoldi – Thoughts

Our artistic research leads us to discovery an incredible artwork created by the production designer, sculptor and artist Edoardo Tresoldi, set up in Sapri (Sa) for the Festival called“Oltre il …
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Gloomy Sunday. Imaginary Portraits of Women who chose Death
3 years ago

Gloomy Sunday. Imaginary Portraits of Women who chose Death

Find out after 4 years a beautiful project and fall in love with it.The mind of all this, is a photographer and visual artist, Angelo Cricchi, born in 1961 from …
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Street art vol.3 : Os Gemeos
3 years ago

Street art vol.3 : Os Gemeos

They influenced the Brazilian street art with their artworks, becoming maximum rapresentatives. They realized artworks since 1980. They are twins and virtually identical. Do you need more clues to figure …
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Anja Stiegler and the surrealist photography
3 years ago

Anja Stiegler and the surrealist photography

Anja Stiegler is a German photographer who has developed over time a personal interpretation of surrealist photography. She manages with her shots to create incredible stories, mysterious scenarios where time …
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Street Art vol.2: Borondo
3 years ago

Street Art vol.2: Borondo

written by Serena Senatore

Borondo’s artworks are full of meaning, they dig and leave an important mark in the observer.

Cities’ve become so grey and gloomy due to overbuilding, …
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Kevin Van Aelst photography
3 years ago

Kevin Van Aelst photography

We can consider Food as a new form of communication: thanks to this new media, we are trasforming ourselves in “food victim” but Food Art is giving us great moment …
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Amy Friend: Dare alla Luce
3 years ago

Amy Friend: Dare alla Luce

Today we are enriching our Photography section with an incredible Canadian photographer called Amy Friend. Her project, purposely translated in Italian, “Dare alla Luce” shows an interesting sperimentation on old …
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The art of Pipilotti Rist
3 years ago

The art of Pipilotti Rist

Elisabeth Charlotte, better known as Pipilotti Rist is a video artist among the most interesting of the contemporary art scene. Even as a child has been nicknamed Pipilotti. The name …
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Street Art vol.1 : Tristan Eaton
3 years ago

Street Art vol.1 : Tristan Eaton

Once upon a time there was a boundless museum that could receive meny  artists from all over the World… This is not a fairy tale, but an art fairy tale, …
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Carl Krull-Scroll Drawings
3 years ago

Carl Krull-Scroll Drawings

It’s hard not to think to the album Unknown Pleasures by Joy Division when we face the works of Carl Krull, born in 1975, a Danish artist who works primarily …
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The Self portrait an overview
3 years ago

The Self portrait an overview

Self-portraits, as well as in painting and in photography, sometimes present some traits of self-affirmation and soul searching.

What did painters and photographers prompt during centuries to reproduce themselves?


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Saints Alive: Michael Landy
3 years ago

Saints Alive: Michael Landy

A plot of springs, gears, wheels, cranks and other materials, make up the six kinetic sculptures of the new temporary exhibition “ Saints Alive”, presented at the National Gallery in …
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Meet the artist: Alice Wellinger
3 years ago

Meet the artist: Alice Wellinger

Flipping a famous book of illustrations, some drawings captured my attention as well as their colors. I am talking about the Alice Willenger’s illustrations. She’s an illustrator who lives in …
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Julie Cockburn: a different way to be a photographer
3 years ago

Julie Cockburn: a different way to be a photographer

Julie Cockburn doesn’t need too many presentations or specific definitions, her works speak a universal language made ​​up of a beautiful blend of past and present, between photography and various …
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Meet the artist: Silvia Giambrone
4 years ago

Meet the artist: Silvia Giambrone

Hello Silvia, I read in your biography that you’re Sicilian-born but Roman by adoption.

What traces of your native land we can find in your works? How strong is …
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British Museum: Shunga
4 years ago

British Museum: Shunga

The British Museum offers an exhibition truly unique , controversial and sometimes shocking : Shunga . The term Shunga derives from a Chinese expression , which represents the Japanese erotic …
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Ragnar Kjartansson-The Visitors(2012)
4 years ago

Ragnar Kjartansson-The Visitors(2012)

Milan, September 18, 2013 – Can a song dig in? They are not the words that are bad or good, but the way in which one pronounces them. In the …
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Saatchi Gallery: Paper
4 years ago

Saatchi Gallery: Paper

The Saatchi Gallery, presents an exhibition where the only undisputed protagonist is: paper. With this exhibition, they want to draw attention to the creative use of paper that is slowly …
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