Margaux Panel is freelance photo producer born and raised in France. She moved to the New York at 18 to attend college. While in New York, she started a projet that is still on going called " The Parisienne" where she would capture Paris and its arrondissement everytime she would go back home. After graduating in Photography, She has traveled around Asia and came up with the project "Lotus" that was published and exhibited in a gallery in New York. Over the years, she has worked with…
Art Day." 14x16 in. Acrylic on canvas. Painted by the power and rejuvenating waters of Lake Michigan, Chicago, IL.
"I can‘t imagine myself to painting something without forms, to me desperately need that all be clearly and a little bit of fantasy, dream." - read our interview with Armanté Majar in The Crazy Mind magazine.
#Homeland 04 is part of a larger series by the artist Ossa Kierkegaard. The works aims to make the invisible reality that is part of the experiences of physical and mental migration tangible. It relates to hope, fantasy and memory and celebrates the bravery of the modern, global heroes who jumps into the depth of the unknown and dares to follow their dreams. The series consists of manipulated photographic images, paintings and drawings - both digital and by solid hand.
My name is Sarah Heaman and I'm a nineteen years old artist and university student from Vancouver British Columbia. I've loved art all my life and have always been creating things in different mediums, but as I've grown older I've discovered a love mainly for drawing and doing detailed line work.
My name is Krys Kinsel, I am an illustrator and comic artist currently living in Virginia. I am happily married and love going on adventures with my husband, David. I love watercolor, pen & ink and have recently delved into digital art. I table at comic conventions and am currently featured in two comic anthologies as well as currently working on several projects with my design imprint.
I am mesmerized by the fact that a material such as metal can change so drastically from smooth and industrial in appearance to an intriguing organic form that bears no resemblance to the original material. It is as if an object not only assumes a second life but reveals its true identity. The beauty of the form which emerges when metal is manipulated is one that fascinates me.
Cat Finnie is a freelance illustrator based in east London, UK. Working in a concept driven, contemporary digital style, Cat's aim is to bring an element of the surreal, a dreamlike quality to her illustrations.
Born in Durban South Africa, Adam Craemer immigrated to Western Australia with his wife in the early 2000s and emerged as an artist shortly thereafter. His main training and influences come from the graffiti art culture in Cape Town and the UK; living and traveling around Europe and Asia; as well as his parents who are both artists back in his native South Africa.
I am 18 years old and from Melbourne, Australia. I study Occupational Therapy (Honours) at Monash University, and I also love to draw and create art. I began to explore art and drawing at 8 years old and have been developing my work and style for about 10 years now.
Working mainly in bright Acrylics, inks and collage, I want my art to be accessible to everybody. I want my paintings to find the naive child and deep down belly laugh that lives inside every person and connect to that spot, as that is where my art comes from. To that end, my paintings are authentic and simple and sometimes accompanied by a verse or rhyme that can arise as I create a piece.
For Alan Delavan, being focused on himself is a good thing. That’s not to imply that this singer/songwriter is vapid in any way but rather that he looks for the value within instead of searching for reassurance by assimilation.
It’s all about simplicity. We have always aspired to make our art as simple as possible without losing any of the flavour, without losing any of the soul so to say. We believe there is so much beauty in simplicity. When we started experimenting with varnish and discovered (by accident) the ‘invisible paintings’ it felt like coming home.
J. Sophia Sanner is an artist from Germany who loves to produce artwork which gives room for interpretation. She`s focused on the process for example when she draws without looking at it while doing it: that`s how her "Blind Drawings" are made.
Through her sketches and paintings, Rachel seeks to find beauty and powerful imagery within social and political issues. After travelling and working with young people in South Africa and Burundi, she studied painting at Camberwell College of art.