Charmaine Olivia is self-taught artist currently residing in San Francisco. Her illustrations, photography and paintings have appeared in publications, galleries and private collections throughout the world. Some of her clients and projects include Urban Outfitters, Lady Gaga, Hallmark, Volcom Stone, Element, Nylon Magazine, & Inked Girls Magazine.
“Sergio Lopez, born in 1983, is a graduate of the Academy of Art in San Francisco – and is an exemplary painter in a variety of mediums. His artistic knowledge ballooned when he discovered his love of oil painting and charcoal drawing. He filled sketchbook after sketchbook with observations from life as well as drawings from his imagination. The Golden Age illustrators, Bravura painters, contemporary artists, concept designers, graffiti writers, and photographers have been some of his strongest influences in his pursuit of painting. He continues to study by visiting museums and observing the Great Masters, which he strives to learn lessons of beauty from.” – Sergio’s Website
We all know, whatever your sexual orientation is, the female body is not only beautiful but a vessel for the procreation. Alexandra Sophie‘s conceptual photography series entitled “Jardin Fleuris” plays on the role that pubic hair that surrounds a woman’s…flower.
Jean-Paul Bourdier‘s beautiful series entilted “Bodyscapes” is a fantastic series that takes the female nude figure and blends them into the landscape around them. A brilliant way to fuse different types of photography (nudes, landscape and blending with the surroundings).
Now Allan Teger‘s photography series entitled “Bodyscapes” has so much beauty in it on so many levels. The pictures are brilliant, the cleverness and wit of the content is superb and the idea of using the female body as a platform to convey the content is stunning (As we all know the female figure is an artform within itself).
Man, we here at BBB have to say the level of photography these days is just so incredible. We find ourselves more and more posting photography that just absolutely blows us away. Fabio Selvatici‘s work is no exception, absolutely unreal work.