Austrian photographer Bela Borsodi creates brightly colored, cartoonish images by taking photos of balloons wearing funny costumes. For well over a decade he has been taking photographs of still lives consisting of a ton of humour, optical illusions, weird proportions, color play, and whimsical objects. His incredible list of clients include Vogue Russia, Bloomingdales, H&M, Puma, Target, Hermes and Swarovski to name a few.
London-based artist Nick Gentry has a new series where he paints incredibly detailed portraits on film negatives. We’ve previously shown Gentry on the blog created larger-than-life portraits out of floppy disks.
Parisian artist and photographer Benoit Jammes has recently made a brilliant art series entitled “Skitchen.” Where our favourite fruits and veggies become gravity bending extreme skateboarders. Here’s his write up of the project:
“Kickflip and nosegrind between the pan and the olive oil.
The secret sporting life of our friends the fruits and vegetables.”
Keegan Gibbs has been documenting graffiti artists in their natural habitat for years and doing it extremely well. A photographer who’s willing to go just as far as the artists themselves, he captures brilliant images of some of the best and brightest in the game doing their thing.
It is with great pleasure to present to you one of the most impressive instalments of our publication featuring an unbelievably stacked line up such as Kevin Cyr, James “DALEK” Marshall, Sam Rodriguez, JARUS, Dave BONZAI, EWOK [MSK/HM], MADSTEEZ & Alexis Diaz. Click the image or right HERE.
In a spin on the movie Being John Malkovich, a new art project from Sandro Miller is recreating scenes from photographic history, recasting everyone from Andy Warhol to Marilyn Monroe with actor John Malkovich.
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We are back again for our 14th instalment of our magazine with a legendary line up of interviews from graffiti & fine-artist such as SABER [MSK/AWR], OGRE [MOAS], GRIS ONE, MR. WANY, Alex Senna, Greg Gossel, Jaybo Monk & a recap of NXNE Art Festival 2014. Click on the picture below or the link HERE to read the full issue.