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Seyit UYGUR { Ebru Artist }

Seyit UYGUR { Ebru Artist }
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Ho Quang, Vietnamese Photographer, Captures Poor Children's Dreams In Eerie Photos What do you want to be when you grow up? That’s the question Ho Quang, a 26-year-old photography student, posed to 10 children living in downtown Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Some live in large households with single incomes, others have sick parents and many suffer from malnutrition. Despite their difficult circumstances, they dream big. Many want to be teachers, musicians, mechanics, artists and doctors -- all with the intention of helping their struggling families. Quang, who studies in Australia and is from Vietnam, photographed each child in scenes that depicted their dreams while at the same time showing their gritty reality. “In our country, I have seen a lot of children, they are selling lottery ticket, cake, collecting money, shining shoes, collecting trash every day. PHOTOS (Story continues below): Loading Slideshow UPDATED: December 3, 2012, 9:30 a.m. Ten-year-old, Nguyen Lam Thao Uyen is one story. The project has been a year in the making.

Jet Engine Truck Unleashes An Inferno The Art of Alice X. Zhang Alice X. Zhang is a Designer and Illustrator based in the United States. Her creative fields of expertise are in Illustration, Drawing and Painting. Chek her at Tumblr Enjoy The Gallery Leave a Reply We Live in Public Synopsis[edit] The film's website describes how, "With Quiet, Harris proved how, in the not-so-distant future of life online, we will willingly trade our privacy for the connection and recognition we all deeply desire. Through his experiments, including another six-month stint living under 24-hour live surveillance online which led him to mental collapse, he demonstrated the price we will all pay for living in public." "He climbs into the TV set and he becomes the rat in his own experiment at this point, and the results don't turn out very well for him,[5]" says Timoner of the six-month period Harris broadcast his life in his NYC loft live online. "He really takes the only relationship that he's ever had that was close and intimate and beaches it on 30 motion-controlled surveillance cameras and 66 invasive microphones. I mean his girlfriend who signed on to it thinking it would be fun and cool, and that they were living a fast and crazy Internet life, she ended up leaving him.

Pinturas surrealistas de Jacek Yerka Pinturas surrealistas de Jacek Yerka nos remeten a un mundo de ensueño, un universo paralelo que nos despierta una enorme curiosidad de conocer y luego pocas ganas de salir. Sus ilustraciones – que nacen de un dibujo de grafito, pasan por los lápices decoloresy un borrador pastel para terminar enpinturaacrílica – son en su mayoría paisajes meticulosamente magníficos,animalesraros con grande carisma y escenas que hacen parte de su memoria como la casa de su abuela y otros tantos recuerdos de los años 50. Nacido en Polonia, en 1952, ese artista se graduó en la Facultad de Bellas Artes de Torun – su ciudad natal – especializándose en grabado. El perro Brittany30-jul-2008‘Te amo’, nuevo single de Rihanna08-abr-2010Razas de perros agresivos (II)26-ago-2008 También te puede interesar

Sculptures: Flash Memory « Chuk'num The amazing sculptures you are about to see were crafted by three artists including Liu Zhan, Kuang Jun and Tan Tianwei. These outstanding creations were part of an exhibition titled “Flash Memory” which is currently held in Beijing till December 31, 2011. the sculptures themselves are out of this world, instead of just sculpting the reality around us, these artists deformed it, or did not complete it in this case. It looks like paint has been poured on invisible full bodies and it only colored bits of it and the result is staggering. The sculptures are made out of stainless steel and some out of marble, I’m more found of the stainless steel as it is more modern. I love horses and these horse sculptures are really one of a kind, that said the human sculptures incorporated within add a lot of life to them. via

a series of lovely portraits from foshan-based street artist & painter HUA TUNAN (aka: 画图男) The below collection of energy packed marker works come from Foshan-based painter and graffiti artist Hua Tunan. If you’d like to collaborate with Hua Tunan, purchase any of his work, or view his full portfolio, please send us an email: For more from Hua Tunan on NeochaEDGE, link here. /// TS More Creative Inspiration Top 20 des plus belles photos prises par drone en 2017 Comme chaque année depuis 2014, le site Dronestagram récompense les vingt meilleures photos prises avec des drones. Ces petites machines qui volent au dessus de nos têtes deviennent de plus en plus présentes dans le monde de la photographie, notamment chez les médias comme National Geographic. © tahitiflyshoot Ce sont justement trois membres de ce magazine qui ont été conviés pour délibérer sur ce classement 2017. Sur cette photo, on peut voir l’ours essayer de traverser entre les deux icebergs ou bien d’essayer de le retenir alors qu’ils fondent – © Florian Ledoux Le jury vote pour des photos divisées en quatre catégories : la nature, la ville, les personnes et la créativité. Une vue des buildings de Dubai à couper le souffle – © bachirm Une centaine de photos publiées par les internautes cette année ont préalablement été sélectionnées par les équipes de Dronestagram. Cet escalier mène à l’une des plus belles plages d’Algarve au Portugal – © Jérome Courtial

Chinese Manga Fan Creates Striking Perspective Art Where He's The Star Gaikuo-Captain, a student at Beijing Chemical Engineering University, originally just wanted to make a profile photo for himself and somehow ended up with stuff like the following photos below. He is definitely a manga and anime fan to say the least. He created a set of 21 images, posted them on the internet, and earned 10,000 views in one day. I think this Sai drawing is just so perfectly capturing how it would look if it was real! In an interview by a local newspaper, he said those characters he used in his art are the ones he dearly loves, that he considers them as a part of his life. Gaikuo-Captain Weibo Source with translation help from Yukie Photos from Hamusoku

Sayaka's recycled sculptures :: - Visual Arts Magazine... - StumbleUpon Sayaka Kajita Ganz was born in Japan but now she’s living and working in Indiana, USA. She use discarded objects, mainly made in plastic, like kitchen tools, hangers, etc, to create stunning sculptures inspired by animals and nature. She says about her work “It is a way for me to contemplate and remind myself that even if there is conflict right now, there is a way for all the pieces to fit together.”.

Explosions of Color from a Chinese Artist Hua Tunan is a rising artist in China. Combining the traditional elements of Chinese art and culture with a modern twist, Hua brings about beautiful explosions on the canvas. Based out of Foshan, Hua (also known as 画图男) does performance and street art in addition to his paintings. His work has gathered the attention of companies such as Volvo, who flew him out to Zurich to do graffiti art on one of their blank cars for a performance. ↬ neochaEDGE František Kupka Pour les articles homonymes, voir Kupka. František Kupka, vers 1928 František Kupka, dit François Kupka, né à Opočno (Bohême orientale), le 23 septembre 1871 et mort à Puteaux (Hauts-de-Seine), le 24 juin 1957, est un peintre tchèque comptant parmi les pères de l'abstraction avec Vassili Kandinsky, Gino Severini, Piet Mondrian, Kasimir Malevitch, Auguste Herbin et Robert Delaunay[1],[2]. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Enfance et formation artistique[modifier | modifier le code] Né le premier de cinq enfants dans une famille modeste d'un notaire et officier dans la petite ville Opočno, en Bohême, František Kupka a quinze ans quand il invente un alphabet mélangeant les écritures grecque, cyrillique et latine dont il se sert pour rédiger son journal. Arrivée à Paris et premières grandes œuvres[modifier | modifier le code] C'est en 1896 que Kupka vient s'installer à Paris, à Montmartre, lieu où se concentre la bohème de l'époque, artistes et poètes. Œuvres[modifier | modifier le code]