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Stéphane Coutelle by okmarzo April 7, 2014 Stéphane Coutelle is a French photographer who has just released his latest series entitled 'Insomnies'. The intimate photos portray the beginnings of an untold story of women's wanderings. The pictures are shot in unspecified locations to carry a strong cinematographic dimension.

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Damien Blottière’s Fifth Element Photography photo © Damien Blottière You may have heard of him lately if you so happen to be a part of Paris’ fashion and photography circles. Through the unique photographic ‘cut and paste’ technique that he uses, this is the photography of the future through the lens and hands of the French born photographer, Damien Blottière. The Only Guide You Will Ever Need to Art Nouveau So a few of you shamelessly encouraged me to discuss Art Nouveau. I don't think you guys even knew what you were getting into. I love Art Nouveau. It's quite easily the single greatest influence on my art and general aesthetic... ever. And because I'm me, I couldn't just be like OH HERE ARE SOME PRETTY PICTURES.

BeautifulBizzzzarre: Serge Marshennikov - Aurora (Build 20120726042008) I recently discovered incredible Russian traditional artist Serge Marshennikov and fell in love with his beautiful romantic realism style. He captures the soft delicate femininity of his subjects in classic poses, amongst beautiful draped fabric and dappled light with flawless technique and a style reminiscent of Pre-Raphaelite paintings. Serge's work celebrates beauty in a sensitive quietly sensual way - breathtaking! Sergei Chernenko Sergei Chernenko works are compelling reflections of misticism that enter a realm of vibrant abstraction,intricate depiction,and incandescence.His canvases are filled with extraordinary figures and fantastic landscapes , illuminating a rich inner vision they characterise the unknown mysteries of existence and memorable vivid new worldsHis meticulous brushwork and brilliant use of light show an intimacy with Goya , Breugal,and Rembrandt, while the imaginative panorama of subject matter suggest the strong influenceof the more mystic surrealists , Bosch , Dali , and De Chirico. Eastern spiritualism and Western academic realism form the back bone for Sergei`s philosophical framework producing an alliance of spirit and substance.In the invisible borders of unfamiliar worlds , Sergei delves into the correlations of fear and joy, solitude and collision,eternal peace and perpetual movement.

What, How and for Whom (eds.): Dear Art (2012) 28 November 2012, dusan “Dear art,” Mladen Stilinović wrote in 1999, “I am writing you a love letter to cheer you up and encourage you to come and visit me some time”. Always acutely aware of his own complicity and involvement, in his address to art Stilinović intimates a set of troubled, poetic, enigmatic and modest observations on the standing of art in the contemporary world, its reception and distribution. Nadav Kander's Nudes Challenge Our Perception Of Beautiful Bodies The human body is a wonder of diversity. You wouldn’t know it from perusing your local magazine rack, though. In his latest exhibition, Nadav Kander offers a new view of the nude that’s at once classic and contemporary and one that also offers a corrective to the tyranny of airbrushing in popular media. "Bodies – 6 Women, 1 Man" opened in London last week at the Flowers Gallery, offering visitors a veritable feast of the flesh.

Jason Lee Creatively Captures His Kids If there was a prize that could be given out to the most creative father, I'd hope that it was awarded to Jason Lee. A wedding photographer by day, he's used to capturing some of the most important moments in a couple's lives. As a longtime fan of Jason's photos on Flickr however, I think the real magic happens when he turns the camera onto his daughters. Sure, his children are adorably cute in their own right, but that's not what makes his photos so interesting. It's when he puts his own spin on their everyday moments that we not only get to experience our own childhood again, we're able to see a father's pride shine through. I was able to get in touch with Jason to ask him a few questions.

Fingerprint Art: Someone’s Grandma › Illusion - Nightly In 1985, artist Chuck Close applied oil paint directly on his fingertips to create a masterful portrait of his grandmother. “By adjusting the amount of pigment and the pressure of his finger on the canvas, Close could achieve a wide range of tonal effects. Typically, he worked from a black and white photograph which he would divide into many smaller units by means of a grid. 20 More Interpretations Of The Last Supper. New For Easter 2011. ShareThis above: beautiful photographic depiction of just the hands from The Last Supper Since Jesus came back from the dead (according to some), so shall my post on interpretations of one of the world's most famous paintings, The Last Supper: In 2008, I wrote a post called "The Last Supper. And the one after that. And after that.

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