Cuban born duo Guerra de la Paz is the composite name of Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz. Their work is based on a combination of traditional disciplines and experimentation with dimension and the use of unconventional materials.
It is inspired by an essential familiarity with the ready-made and the archaeological qualities that found objects possess. Encapsulating an energy that reveals underlying meanings and depicts the significance of mass-produced refuse on our society.
Greg Dunn studied neuroscience, but he uses the materials that he encounters in his work to create some of the world’s most unusual works of art. He admits “It was a fine day when two of my passions came together upon the realization that the elegant forms of neurons (the cells that comprise your brain) can be painted expressively in the Asian sumi-e style.” “The microscopic world belongs in the world of Asian art,” Dunn said. “There’s no distinction between painting a landscape of a forest and a landscape of the brain.” Here are a few of his dazzling creations.
Gediminas Pranckevicius is a concept artist and illustrator from Lithuania. Pranckevicius creates digital new worlds with impossible architecture while most of his digital paintings are centered around character design.
French sculptor Edouard Martinet sculpts several types of animals and insects from old objects found in flea markets and car part sales. He starts by drafting several detailed sketches of the animal or insect he has in mind to build and then fits each component into place as if putting together a puzzle.
Web comic artist Shanghai Tango draws simplistic illustrations depicting various animals on their uncommon and surprising everyday encounters.
Ruud van Empel‘s World series explores the theme of innocence. Van Empel with the help of photoshop placed exquisitely groomed , black boys and girls in paradisical settings of unspoiled, non-existent natural surroundings.
Creative pencil drawings of lips by Switzerland-based illustrator Christo Dagorov.
Photographer Sacha Goldberger has created a beautiful photo set of portraits inspired by Flemish school painting styles.
Nikita Gill is a London-based photographer, digital artist and brand designer. Her series of photo manipulation titled “A Quiet Day in Wonderland” is about peace and meditation over the course of a magical, but quiet day in the world of Wonderland. The project was created using her own photography in combination with stock photography and it has been heavily edited.
This project is a look at the tranquility in little rituals and nature. It is a soothing series that follows the truths of early dawns to quiet midnight secrets, and moments spent alone, but not lonely. It was undertaken to understand the concept of reflections, shadows and post processing of colour to make an image appear extraordinary.