25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel uses human body as a canvases despite the fact that it’s one of the most challenging canvases for an artist – it breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazing swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all drawn on real people. A rehabilitation specialist by profession, Gesine admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty.
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- 2013-12-16 11:39:33
Seattle-based photographer Paul Souders recently won the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year absolutely gorgeous with a picture of a polar bear immersed in water. This shot is actually part of a superb series of images focused on the animal, by the artist around Hudson Bay near Manitoba in the Canadian province.
On a trip in few days in Manhattan, the photographer from Oregon Brad Sloan was able to capture cityscapes, that he then amused to duplicate and return it to compose surreal images where the top and bottom merge.
The New York photographer Sean Lynch traveled to Nepal last September and offers splendid photographs taken with a camera with infrared lighting. With an unique look, these images tinged surrealism gives Annapurna, the summit of the Himalayas, a new face.
Candybar Carpet is an unusual carpet project commissioned by the festival Slokdarm in Netherlands, consisting solely of chocolate bars of different brands. This carpet was made by Ine Van Den Elsen and is exposed in an old factory outside the town of Veghel.
French lighting artist Yann Kersale has created a permanent installation called Sea Mirror or
Miroir de Mer using 2880 LED lights and 320 mirrored panels.
It is located at the One Central Park development in Sydney, Australia.
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- 2013-12-11 10:33:09
Under the pseudonym Grand Chamaco, the Mexican illustrator offers creations of character design of the most beautiful effect. With his latest series Mucho Macho, he composed wacky and colourful characters modeled in 3D.