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John Brosio
The period between birth and the opening of Star Wars almost ten years later was spent drawing for the most part. Lots of monsters. Lots of Wizard of Oz. I had a crush on The Wicked Witch. Loved the Ray Harryhausen films, etc. After Star Wars I remember that my mom was in the kitchen doing what moms do and I asked her...
La Machine is a street theatre company founded in 1999 and led by François Delarozière. It came about thanks to artists, technicians and theatre designers working together for the construction of unusual theatre objects. The work that we develop in public spaces relates, in the first instance, to theatre, urban planning and architecture. Today, La Machine develops many projects in...
Kevin Peterson studied art at Austin College in Sherman, TX where he received his BFA in 2001. Kevin now makes his home in Houston, TX where he works out of Winter Street Studios. Kevin Peterson's work previously on Art Ctrl Del My work is about the varied journeys we take through life. It’s about growing up and living...
Stephanie K. Clark was born in Portland, Oregon. Her family later moved to a farm in the small town of Urbana, Missouri where she grew up. Stephanie has always had a passion for art and being creative in whatever life gives her. She has always been supported by great family and friends throughout all her creative endeavors....
Hyuro is an Argentinian-born,based in Valencia, Spain. She works as a solo artist as well as in collaboration with big names like Escif or Sam3. She has built an impressive street-based collection of highly illustrative painted murals on walls across Western Europe, particularly in Spain. (via ISupportStreeart) Hyuro's Website, Instagram and Facebook
Hello My name is Jae Cheol Park, I am a concept artist working in Korea. This is a space where I upload my artworks that I created for multiple projects, and also personal works. All these paintings are my art works I painted with my dream and passion. I hope you enjoy your visit, and wish you the best…....
Based in Tokyo City, Japan RK is a Photographer, Graphic designer and DJ (3 mixtapes released). He is one of the official photographers of the Tokyo running crew since 2013, which is called the “ATHLETICS FAR EAST (AFE)”. He is also known as an " iPhone photographer", who shoots and edits with only iPhone, and he delivers those photos to...
For millennia humans have utilized and fetishized the raw materials in our environment. We have made practical use of them as fuel or tools, and in more esoteric ways such as ceremonial icons, commercial products or modern art. Over time this relationship has become instinctive to the point that wood holds strong symbolic associations, such as nature or usefulness....
Meet artist Nina Saunders who plays with the familiar by twisting it in surprising ways. She here discusses her humorous yet disturbing work – made from discarded upholstered furniture and stuffed animals – which comments on our world. Saunders likes to work with domesticity, as domestic objects express a multitude of things – e.g. class – and furthermore prefers...
French student Étienne Jacob creates optically-charged black and white GIFs that suck the viewer into their repetitious animations like deep black holes. His works are often celestial in nature, appearing like animated stars or invented planets traversing an unknown orbit. Jacob publishes his works to his Tumblr, Necessary Disorder, and provides step-by-step instructions for how to make your own...
Katsushika Hokusai’s “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” is perhaps on of the most iconic images that Japan has ever exported. And it’s now emerged as a giant mural on the facade of a new development in Moscow. Called Etalon City, the development, which comprises 9 buildings, is located in the South Butovo region in south-west Moscow. While the rectangular buildings...
The TRÜF studio in Santa Monica, California, has crafted brands for clients ranging from Adidas to a film director. However, the TRÜF work that first grabbed Create's attention was a series of minimal line drawings of animals the studio posted on Behance. My many years in branding has influenced the style and execution of illustrations and not necessarily the other...
I'm Ilya Milstein. I'm a graphic artist who was born in Milan, raised in Melbourne, and presently live and work in New York. In 2018 I was a winner of ADC Young Guns. I'm commercially represented in both the US and Australia by the Jacky Winter Group. New York based Milan and Melbourne raised illustrator Ilya Milstein works mainly as...
Carl Lavia
In 2016 sketch artist Carl Lavia joined forces with photographer Lorna Le Bredonchel and together they formed the ambitious '69 cities of the UK' project. Which aims to create a portrait of the whole United Kingdom through large-scale sketches of its 69 cities. Carl aka 'Sketch', is a self-taught artist based in London. He has been sketching since the...
Brooklyn-based graphic designer Scott Reinhard has worked at the highest level of print and digital graphic design for over a decade. With his foray into mapping and land visualization, he brings a new eye and approach to how we imagine the landforms around us. Scott works as a freelance Multimedia and Graphics Editor at the New York Times. Scott Reinhard's...
Octavi Serra‘s shots have a well-defined objective, to shed light on the problems and contradictions of our lives. With irony and optical illusions, the Barcelona-based photographer deals with the themes of surveillance, greed, corruption, destruction of the environment, technology, consumerism, and selfishness. So the symbol of Nike attracts us like a delicious donut, or a clock that instead of the...
Michael Alm
Michael Alm is a Seattle based mixed media sculptor. His lifelike and intricate animal anatomy studies address wildness, native nature, and the dynamics of animal movement. Each sculpture is imbued with his passion for wildlife and anatomy. As much as Alm's work is about animal physiology it is also about the presentation of the specimen itself. His sculptures take...
Award-winning photographer Peter Li is known for his sensational architectural photography, which uses panoramas to enhance already dazzling interiors. Based in London, Li has a particular affinity for cathedrals, which translate well as dramatic imagery. By paying close attention to symmetry, composition, and lines, Li’s work immediately draws viewers in with a rush of emotion. Through his...
Polish painter and film-maker Wilhelm Sasnal is renowned for his incongruous and quietly unsettling portrayal of our collective surroundings and history. Drawing on found images from newspapers and magazines, the Internet, billboards or his personal surroundings, Sasnal’s paintings act as an archive to the mass of sprawling images that flood contemporary society. By applying a concise, photorealist approach to...
The wooden sculptures of Kiko Miyares appear as distortions of the human figure, with viewers often circling the work in disbelief. While some of the work is horizontal, the majority vertically transform the body into a new, perception-challenging object. The artist’s toying with color further pushes the surrealism of each subject. “Miyares reiterates that his point of departure is...

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