Creative

Pearl Of The Seas | Mikhail Batrak | Surrealism and Empiricism

Mikhail Batrak ; Surrealism and Empiricism

Mikhail Batrak is a Ukrainian artist whose work examines the relationship between perception, Surrealism and empiricism. His creative process involves taking photographs with a digital camera and manipulating the results using computer software, combining disparate elements to create unexpected hybrid images.

frog | Photo manipulation | Sulaiman Almawash

Photo manipulation by Sulaiman Almawash

Photo manipulation is a mix of photography and graphic design. Combining lot of elements and create an unique image. It requires lot of creative skills, is a great source for inspiration and its always great fun and joy when you work on particular concept.

Dogfaith | Lost memories | Marcel van Balken

Lost memories by Marcel Van Balken

Marcel van Balken is a self-taught photographer from the Netherlands for about 40 years. His photography has been published all over the world in photo magazines & books, on calendars, on television and the internet.


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Nádia Maria ; Poetic Photography

Born in 1984 (by fate, being born on World Photography Day), Nádia Maria is a Brazilian photographer based in Bauru, São Paulo, Over the years she explored photography, and has studied at Senac school in Brazil.

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DDiarte ; Creative Photography

When we set up DDiArte in 1999, at that time it was a painting workshop where we brought together the best of both of us for the purposes of creation, painting on canvas.

Conceptual

WO·MAN:Place | Lesia Maruschak

WO·MAN:Place by Lesia Maruschak

WO·MAN: Place points to a symbolic experience. Maruschak was captivated by the garment’s apparent beauty; yet, its materiality – frayed edges, bleeding dyes, and yellowing fabric – spoke to her of memory making, ritual and place.

A Sudden | Translation | Nicole Campanello

Translation by Nicole Campanello

Nicole Campanello is an artist working in staged photography. A visual storyteller by nature, Nicole creates narrative images based on her life experiences as a means of exploring and understanding herself and the world around her.

Wardrobe Snacks | Kelsey Mcclellan

Wardrobe Snacks by Kelsey Mcclellan

Wardrobe Snacks, a series created by Michelle Maguire (art direction and styling) and Kelsey McClellan (photography), a collaborative duo known as Terrence Caviar, was inspired by diners lacking the luxury of being seated at a table.

Handle with Care | Federico Massimiliano Mozzano

Handle with Care by Federico Massimiliano Mozzano

Wars, youth revolutions, financial crises, money spent on arms,the privatization of water and other common goods, art and culture cut off in favor of ignorance, political media, these are just a few aspects of Italian and world politics that is repeated.

Fine Art

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Absence of Being by Susan Burnstine

Susan Burnstine’s Absence of Being is a subtly indelible photographic exploration of the philosophical yet emotive belief that although we exist in the perpetual present, the traces of the past persist in the here-and-now, however much they seem to be effaced.

At the Beach | Surrealism in Black & White | Marc Ward

Surrealism in Black & White by Marc Ward

Marc Ward was never given a camera as a child. He wasn’t “hooked” on photography from the beginning…. Photography came to him by accident. As an art major in college, Marc needed a way to document his painting, print -making, and sculptural work.

BKK Series /  Riccardo Magherini

BKK Series by Riccardo Magherini

Sometimes that sense of estrangement that catches you when you are far away from home, in a new and unknown place, among people who do not speak your language and signs that you do not understand

Style

My public window | by Jean-Luc Feixa

My public window by Jean-Luc Feixa

This project evolved from a simple observation. I live in Brussels, and every day on my path to work I passed in front of windows that included various odd objects.

Scream | Photo Essays | Antonio Peinado

Photo Essays by Antonio Peinado

Photo essays bring together Antonio’s most experimental work, moving towards surrealism and abstraction. Photography is an act of constant exploration.

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The color of my blues by Clémence Elman

This series is an exploration of the female body. Inspired by the freedom which emerges from her model, Clémence Elman chooses to represent the female outlines in a poetic way, but also without artifice.

Fade Point | Lorenzo Papadia

Fade Point by Lorenzo Papadia

These images come into my beaches of southern Italy, a land of the south, called Salento. The work is titled “Fade point”, which can also be intended as the point of disappearence.

One for all | Emel Karakozak

One for all by Emel Karakozak

Emel Karakozak takes us to a new journey on female body with her series of BİR/İM/İZ. Her photography indicates how we scream out by silence, how we veiled ourselves by disrobing and how we become sole by reproducing.

Dissociated | France Dubois

Dissociated by France Dubois

Thoses pictures are driven by the need to feel alive, witnessing the development of someone’s physical & mental condition.What doesn’t kill you make you stronger. That said, some deeper wounds may break some parts of your being forever.

Surfacing | Philip LePage

Surfacing by Philip LePage

Some pain can’t be shared, some truths can’t be acknowledged. In his artists statement Philip LePage states: “25 years ago I woke up in a hospital with no memory of how I had gotten there. A Certain Distance is an ongoing series of images exploring the things I haven’t been able to say to anyone.

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