Alex Andreev, who lives in St. Petersburg, has been drawing, painting and creating graphic designs for the last 20 years.
Berlin-based photographer Markus Studtmann breaks down and recreates architectural images to produce hypnotic art pieces, similar to the optical illusions you see. He calls this process as “light painting”.
A series of close-ups cat eyes photographs from the photographer Andrew Marttila. The color combinations in the photographs and the variety in the patterns are quite surprising.
Alex Konahin is an illustrator from the Riga city of Latvia. He’s using ink for his drawings.
In the streets of Brazil, artist Alex Senna is often found in the black and white, promising and caring graffities.
Some of the cultural illustrations of Licia (Euclase), often portraying photo-realistic portraits of the most favorite characters in film and television.
Danielle Clough‘s racket series brings together old tennis, squash and badminton rackets with embroidery. Cape Town’s Clough takes this classic art form in a way that has never been seen before. The results are amazing and wonderful.
Fashion photographer Thomas Lohr, shoots stunning close-ups of different bird’s feathers. The collection was compiled in a book titled “Birds”.
Czech artist Jakub Geltner, places surveillance cameras and satellite dishes on public areas. He has been working on the ‘Nest’ project since 2011 as an intervention in the character of a city.
Brendan Monroe, Oakland California, is an artist who studies science to find references for his paintings and sculptures. He says it’s important to constantly question yourself with new ideas and new tools.