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Andrés Medina Photography ………………………………… Niebla Del latín Nebûla This is an emotional work, and in a way romantic as well, a way of seeing desolate landscapes populated by the mist. Places located halfway between the city and its periphery, blank spaces with an absolute absence of human presence, but full of memories for me, as an attempt to question my questions. I consider this work as a phase of my emotional state, and the moments I took these pictures were a means of expression. Watch the fanzine video.

Tree Illusions Photographer Zander Olsen adds a white wrap around trees to create a visual relationship from the actual vegetation to surrounding landscape. Photos © Zander Olsen Link via Urhajos Sagmeister & Walsh - Work Sagmeister & Walsh - Work Sagmeister & Walsh NewsletterSubscription Navigate Home Work Answers Press About Us News/Blog Store t f B l w s il lee « style/SWOON oh the patience… The first time I saw the work of Il Lee was in a Santa Fe gallery at the Gerbert Contemporary. It was so different, truly amazing. HUGE pieces of art done solely with a blue ballpoint pin on canvas. I kept staring at it thinking ‘how many ballpoint pens did he have to use to do that’?

Wrinkled faces photography (32 photos Posted on October 8, 2010 in Photography If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed or follow us on Facebook or Twitter . Thanks for visiting! James Wojcik Photography James Wojcik is an accomplished still life photographer working in editorial and advertising in both online and traditional media. Mr. Wojcik graduated from the prestigious Art Center College of Design in 1981 with a B.F.A. in Photography, is based in New York City and has worked with clients in major image capitals globally. His compelling photos have appeared in media such as Vogue, Vogue Brasil, Italian Vogue Gioiello, New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, French Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, Teen Vogue, Allure and Time Magazine to illustrate stories ranging from food to beauty, fashion to finance, technology to teenagers. Mr. Wojcik has photographed successful campaigns for clients including Nike, Gap, Target, K-Swiss, Clinique, D&G, Nestle, DKNY, AT & T, Vera Wang, MTV, Coach, Mumm’s, and H.

Mongolian Pop Art (12 pieces) Born in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, artist Solongo Mellecker developed a very unique style. Integrating Mongolian and Tibetan traditional art with Western pop culture, she creates fantastical settings, inspired by folk tales and imagination. "As a little girl, I loved to draw and paint whenever I got the chance," she says. About MetPublications MetPublications is a portal to the Met's comprehensive publishing program with 1,500 titles, including books, online publications, and Bulletins and Journals from the last five decades. MetPublications includes a description and table of contents for most titles, as well as information about the authors, reviews, awards, and links to related Met titles by author and by theme. Current book titles that are in-print may be previewed and fully searched online, with a link to purchase the book. The full contents of almost all other book titles may be read online, searched, or downloaded as a PDF. Many of these out-of-print books will be available for purchase, when rights permit, through print-on-demand capabilities in association with Yale University Press. For the Met's Bulletin, all but the most recent issue can be downloaded as a PDF.

EYEMADE REPRESENTS ISABELLE BONJEAN \ COSMETICS Isabelle Bonjean was born in 1965 in Paris, where she lives, works and raises her three daughters. Her photography covers a variety of domains including still life, jewellery, beauty and cosmetics, conceptual photography and interiors. Isabelle's work can be defined as avant-garde, modern and refined. She contributes extensively to publications such as Vogue Gioiello, Surface, Wallpaper, L'Officiel, V, Citizen K, Gloss, Vogue Nippon and Departures among others and has shot campaigns for Boucheron, Cartier, Chaumet, Helena Rubinstein, Lancôme, Perriet-Jouët, Louis Vuitton, Saks, 5th Av, Shiseido, Nokia, Lalique, Chanel and Swarovski. In the last years, Isabelle has also broken into film commercials and directed a well-known advertisement for Playstation.

John Kenn’s monsters on Post-it John Kenn was born in Denmark. He writes and directs TV shows for kids, but in his sparetime he makes this amazing, creepy illustrations on Post-it notes. [via FlipFlopBlog] Journal / Cereal Magazine Our London guidebook is now available to order. The guide features a discerning edit of our favourites places, alongside an extensive photo essay of the city, personal essays from Londoners we admire, a neighbourhood map, as well as a section of additional recommendations:

The Painterly Photographs Of Dean West Australian-born, Brooklyn-based photographer Dean West is best known for his highly staged, saturated photographs that are as cinematic as they are painterly. “To recreate the scene of the girl on the balcony, that was like seven days of driving to find the one space that felt as close to that memory as possible.”Drawing inspiration from a Hockney-esque, hyper-stylised Hollywood aesthetic, West meticulously recreates his photographs from memory, a lengthy process which can take up to a year per image. “To recreate the scene of the girl on the balcony (‘St. Pete Beach, 2016’), that was like seven days of driving to find the one space that felt as close to that memory as possible,” said West in a recent interview. Presented alongside the ‘Painted Photographs’ (2015-2020) series is another earlier series West worked on in collaboration with renowned LEGO® artist, Nathan Sawaya.

Riusuke Fukahori Paints Three-Dimensional Goldfish Embedded in Layers of Resin First: watch the video. Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori paints three-dimensional goldfish using a complex process of poured resin. The fish are painted meticulously, layer by layer, the sandwiched slices revealing slightly more about each creature, similar to the function of a 3D printer. I really enjoy the rich depth of the pieces and the optical illusion aspect, it’s such an odd process that results in something that’s both a painting and sculptural.