Photographer Christy Lee Rogers produces luminous scenes of swirling figures swathed in colorful fabrics. She creates a painterly quality by completely submerging her subjects in illuminated water and photographing them at night.
Prop stylist and designer Kristen Meyer melds quotidian materials into distinctive outlines in her series of geometric flat lays.
Petra Kostova of Pet & Dot creates galaxies of stippled dots by hand using technical ink pens (Rotring Rapidograph & Isograph). The drawing process usually takes hours, weeks, months.
Dina Brodsky records travel memories from long distance bicycling trips in small circular oil paintings. Brodsky’s style channels the heightened realism of 19th century landscape painters.
James Brunt creates elaborate ephemeral artworks using the natural materials he finds in forests, parks, and beaches near his home.
Ruby Silvious is a visual artist whose recent work includes experimenting on recycled and found materials—including using tea bags as a canvas for her recent works.
In his latest series of illustrations, Alfred Basha depicts a series of images where animals merge with the natural world.
Photographer Elsa Bleda captures hazy moments that linger on the outskirts of the cities she visits in Eastern Europe and South Africa.
It used to be considered a travel annoyance to find out the hotel you want to stay at is fully booked but now, because of the Vipp Hotel, those two words are going to be considered a travel delight.