Illustrator amd photographer Kevin Van Aelst gives new meanings to everyday objects in his intriguing artworks. He produces editorial work for a variety of magazines including Wired, Money Magazine, and Scientific American.
George Christakis, from Greece, is a self-taught Surreal-Landscape and Conceptual imaging Photographer. Music is a great source of inspiration to him and his work involves photographs and paint elements. Most of his work is characterized by extended use of B&W tones and dark colors.
Graphic designer Catrin Welz-Stein draws inspiration from fantasy, children stories, medieval, jugendstil, folklore and surrealism. She collects old images and illustrations and put them together in Photoshop to create her digital collages. The working process is based on combining and the division of photographs, with removing, filling and retouch.
Artist Kasia Derwinska creates photographic scenes where the characters are either standing at a distance or walking off in a vast and empty landscape.
As Derwinska explains, “I use photography as a tool, like a brush for painting or an instrument to play music. My creations are an attempt to connect the visible with the invisible – feelings, emotions, fears, hopes and doubts about the world we live in. It is my personal journey through this unreal reality.”
Four years ago, french photographer Christophe Kiciak did not even thought about the work of photographer. According to Kiciak, inside of him lives a lover of science and a creative person. So, for not to be bored and not to waste any time, Christophe decided to make photography his hobby. And eventually this hobby grew into a main profession. He takes inspiration from the surrounding world and he is not afraid to create completely unrealistic works, because important for him is to achieve his goal. The images here have, surprisingly, involved little use of Photoshop, which was used only in post-production.
Shot by Design Army, a studio based in Washington, DC, and founded by husband and wife team Pum and Jake LeFebure, this photo series is a self-initiated project centered around their main inspiration. The couple explains, “Color is a commodity. It is the ultimate currency to sustain and nourish our creative souls. It’s a design mantra we call ‘Color Consumption’.”
Amazing artworks fused with fantasy, music, and surreal by German artist KaysThoughts.