Beñat Olea Irureta is a young Basque illustrator who works for children books, comics, and novels. He loves creating magical and quirky worlds with real characters, capable of transporting and touching the reader.
Reey Whaar is a phenomenal Russian illustrator. I should mention that I was overwhelmed by the talent and ideas of this artist. I always thought that acrylics can create tremendous impact. The case does not make a difference. Great colors and tones, combined with brilliant ideas of Rei are the foundation of these great works.
Heikki Leis was born in Tartu in 1973, Estonia and has lived and worked in the same town for the better part of his life. He graduated from Tartu Art Grammar School and later masonry and sculpture faculty in Tartu Art School in 1991. He works as a freelance artist since 2000. Heikki does mostly hyper realistic pen and pencil drawings and also sculpture. Since 2004 he is also an avid photographer and takes part in exhibitions.
Martin Stranka is a self-taught professional photographer, born on April 13 1984, in the Czech Republic. Stranka’s distinctive vision of photography is etched as a unique space located in a balance and serenity, while his sophisticated and rewarding images exist in that narrow window of…
Working primarily with calligraphy inks, graphite and liquids, such as tea, brandy and vodka Griffiths’ fascination with drawing focuses on the creation and manipulation of the drawn line. Images explore human, geometric and floral forms, in a combination of both literal and abstract translation…
Therese Larsson is a freelance illustrator based in Stockholm, Sweden, specialising in character design and realism. He started out as a traditional artist working in oils, pastels and aquarelle, but as he went professional 5 years ago he made the transition into digital.
Nene Ane is a Japan photographer who claims is not a professional photographer, but her photographs are saying the opposite!
“Photography is a way of life for me. I am a versatile photographer who does not fit into just one little box.
Josh Keyes’ style is reminiscent of the diagrammatic vocabulary found in scientific textbook illustrations that often express through a detached and clinical viewpoint an empirical representation of the natural world. Assembled into this virtual stage set are references to contemporary events along with images and themes from his personal mythology. Josh Keyes’ work is a hybrid of eco-surrealism and dystopian folktales that express a concern for our time and the Earth’s future.
To eat and pay bills I work like mechanical designer because for me art is a passion, not a job. I’m not looking for job or commissions, I want only share my pieces and have your feedback to improve my art. I believe in the energy that every artist puts in his personal projects: it’s the genuine sense of the art…
CRIN is an Italian artist based in Berlin, who oscillates between street art and canvas.CRIN‘s work is a visual slap, complex, a tortured tangle of cables, knots and braids mastered to perfection with touches of genius.