Diana Beltran Herrera has used paper to create these intricate models of birds. Herrera’s colourful creations have been displayed at exhibitions in the UK, the US and Colombia. Expressive and impressive, her work is just amazing!
Japanese photographer Kouichi Chiba creates tiny and expressive paper characters framed in the context of his beautiful photographs “fragile and romantic worlds, where paper characters live, thrive and go on adventures”. They have their stories of ups and downs, love and loneliness,…
Paul Lange is a trained photographer and his work has been featured in top publications like The New York Times and Vogue. These photos just make me smile and feel happy. They capture the beauty of flowers as they burst into full bloom and they are…
Alain Baumgarten- Beautifully layered, square frames ooze mood, creative approach, shallow depth of field effects, long exposures, black and white, infrared and minimalist compositions.
There is a point where you feel so small and helpless in an enormous, insane nightmare of a world that you cease to give a hoot and start laughing’. If you look for it, you can find a smile everywhere.…
Wondering about the impact of endings? Happy? Sad? Bittersweet? Unresolved? We all want an ending that gives us resolution and satisfaction. What seems great on paper doesn’t work on the big screen.
Environmental artist and photographer Martin Hill and his longtime partner Philippa Jones create temporary sculptures and installations from ice, stone, and organic materials that reflect cycles of nature.
Talented kids plus creative father and you get this. I don’t know anything about the artist except his user name on Reddit: Tatspun.
John T. Salminen (born January 18, 1945) is an award-winning American watercolor painter who is well known for his realistic urban landscapes. His work was described as “compelling street scenes packed with detail.
Yun Fei Wang is a freelance illustrator based in Beijing China.