Loving the quirkiness of Andrew B. Myers‘ photography! Made me actually laugh out loud. See more below!
Elisabeth Bernstein creates lovely time lapsed images of women sleeping in her series “Sleepers.” See more of these striking images below!
This may very well be one of my favorite things on the internet. Absolutely LOVING this illustrated dance video by Japanese artist Shishi Yamazaki. Watch it below!
I love how simple and yet powerful these works by Daniel Arsham are! See more below!
“Mataerial” is a brand new digital fabrication method – sort of like a 3D printer, but also completely different? Who knows! They are calling it “Anti·gravity Object Modeling.” I’m calling it awesome! Watch the video below!
I love these images by photographer Ben DeHaan! Below is his artist statement and a description about the process:
Ultraviolet curable inkjet printers, most commonly used in commercial digital printing, utilize UV sensitive inks that cure (or dry) upon exposure to UV light. This chemical reaction is instantaneous which allows for very fast, high quality industrial printing.
When uncured, the ink remains toxic and fluid. I am exploring the use of these printers without their essential element, UV light, in what I like to think of as a new process – UV uncurable inkjet printing perhaps? The images are printed uncured and flat, then positioned vertically allowing the ink to run. The images are not digitially manipulated but are rather representations of different moments during the process.
Also, if you look on his site, you can play each image and watch the process in action! Make sure to check it out!
Love these images of everyday life from South African photographer Mpho Mokgadi.
Mexican artist Sr.Calavera (real name Hugo Rivero Rice) is an illustrator whose work is influenced by “sacred art, graffiti, comics, b-movies, Chicano art, tattooing and Mexican folklore.” I love his mix of modern and traditional! See more below!
Love these photographs treated with watercolor paint by French artist Fabienne Rivory!
“Moneybox,” an installation by artist Gianni Motti. See more below!