Jun 17, 2016
is an award winning, Los Angeles-based photographer best known for his ability to intimately capture the energy and personality of his subjects. His skills as a portrait photographer have garnered him a reputation as a favorite amongst celebrities, international publications, and corporate clients. He has worked with Jeff Bridges, Julianne Moore, Steve Carell, Samuel L. Jackson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tom Cruise, Aaron Eckhart, Marcia Cross, Colin Powell, Kevin Spacey. k.d. lang, 50 Cent, Iggy Pop, Glenn Close, Jane Fonda, Jack Black, Adrien Brody, and Jane Lynch among many others. He has photographed for publications such as London Times Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, People, Time, Los Angeles Magazine and ESPN the Magazine.
Jun 16, 2016
Check out the work of the talented Alfonso Elola
, concept artist and illustrator based in Madrid, Spain. Click here
for the link.
Jun 15, 2016
Born in Bali, Darya’s artistic education started at a very young age. He attended the Senior High School of Fine Arts in Bali where he received a structured and rigorous training in theoretical and practical artistic creation. His education continued at the Indonesian Art Institute in Yogyakarta, from which he graduated in 1994. Darya has quickly become a recognized name amongst Indonesia’s young, contemporary and collectable artists. His work has been shown at galleries and exhibitions since 1995, just one year after his graduation. In 1999, he was named as a finalist for the Philip Morris Indonesian Art Award. Again in 2001, he was named a finalist, this time for the IndoFood Art Award. Darya’s work is figurative in style; bold and playful in composition. His paintings engage the viewer, encouraging introspection. Putting acrylic to canvas in his most recent series, Darya sends a complex message to humanity about the development of one’s soul. His work begs us to consider how an individual’s place and time of birth, one’s lineage, gives them freedom or affixes limitations for their future. His recent works focus on a theme of inheritance: our ancestor’s spirits and culture, and parody mankind’s vain attempt at self-denial. Link here.
Jun 10, 2016
Born in 1975, Roy Debanjan
was awarded a Bachelor of Visual Arts from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata in 1998 and a Master of Visual Arts from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata in 2000. Since then, he received the "Nirman Award' in 2004 and the Lalit Kala Academy Scholarship from 2002 to 2003. He also received a Junior Fellowship from the Ministry of Tourism and Culture for 2002 to 2004 and Best Sculpture Award by West Bengal State Academy and Rabindra Bharati University. His works have been exhibited widely, such as 'New Wave in Bengal Art' curated by Pranabranjan Ray, 2005, 'Tale of Two Cities' Birla Academy in 2004, "Migration City, Home' Lalit Kala Academy, Kolkata in 2003 and Triennale, Japan 2001. His first solo show was held at Birla Academy, in 2002. He currently stays and works in Kolkata. Roy Debanjan has created a series of works featuring Gandhi (1869 - 1948), who was revered in India as the"Father of the Nation" and internationally as an icon of a free India. Debanjan's sculptures depict Gandhi in his humble loincloth and shawl normally only worn by the lowliest Indian caste. In sharp contrast, he interacts with symbols of materialism and technological advancement - mobile phones and laptops.
Jun 7, 2016
<-- Philadelphia-based illustrator with background in graphic design; BFA in drawing, printmaking, and design from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania; explores surrealist themes in vivid oil colors or illustrates intricate contemporary models in a pen-and-ink drawing technique.