Browsing All posts tagged under »Artist«

One little house – Manuel Cosentino

September 19, 2014


The power of simplicity - Manuel Cosentino

Ghostly Trees – Clement Briend

January 14, 2013


It’s not like the incredible CGI effects from horror movies can scare us enough but now people are projecting faces in to trees! Well… when I say people I mean french photographer Clement Briend of course! He terrorized people of Paris an Cambodia with his projector, camera and carefully selected tree. Take a look at […]

“Weird Beauty” – Alexander Khokhlov

November 13, 2012


A Russian photographer Alexander Khokhlov decided to disregard a traditional perception of make-up. In his Weird Beauty photo series, made together with a Russian make-up artist Valeryia Kutsan, Alexander uses women’s face as canvas creating sharp black and white patterns. The duo chose shapes and symbols that are hardly relatable to a human’s face, like […]

Andrew Pearce – Shutterbug Award Winner 2011

April 20, 2012


Andrew Pearce is both a photographer and film maker so naturally his photographs are composed of the scenarys he has used within his film making projects. I was inspired by his work, his definitive use of lighting and keen eye to the use of colour. I also really liked his simple ideas to manipulate and […]

Yoann Lemoine

April 10, 2012


Whilst looking for a source of inspiration I had found Yoann Lemoine, both an art director and photographer. She explores many different assets of photography though her work seems to stray more to a ‘suburban’ type genre, regardless they are fantastic exmples and are composed beautifully, it gave me an new insight into composition and […]

‘Beyond, Our Yearbook 2011’

April 1, 2012


A Fascinating selection of photographers and photographs, It’s inspirational and may give you a few ideas for future project’s, my advice, give it a look, you may find something you’ll fall in love with! “Being an artist is in many ways like being a child. To be an artist is to always see the world […]

TIRE Sculpture by Yong Ho Ji

March 30, 2012


Truly fascinating scultures created from Tire (Hyper-Realistic Rubber)! All done by Yong Ho Ji, for all of you that love an amazingly detailed, compelling and creative sculpture I highly suggest giving Yong Ho Ji, a look, not only are they great to look at but they are also inspiring so for any of you that […]