Croatian digital artist Ana Fagarazzi has some beautiful art pieces on her Deviant art page. Have a look.
Jeremy Mora is a Los Angeles-based sculptor who creates miniature landscapes using humble materials. He draws inspiration from bonsai, dollhouses, dioramas, and architectural models, objects united, according to the artist, by their status as idealized miniature environments, where humans can exert â€œcomplete controlâ€ over nature. (via)
Fumie Sasabuchi <-- born 1975 in Tokyo; lives and works in Munich.
” I am a Brighton based designer and am passionate about developing creative ideas which I often resolve through animation and three dimensional forms. Having graduated from the University of Brighton in July, I am currently working freelance but I am also keen to work with or alongside other creative individuals on projects.” – Kyle Bean (previously-blogged)
Michael DeLucia <-- Born 1978 in Rochester, NY; 2004 MFA Royal College of Art; 2001 BFA Rhode Island School of Design; Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
‘ Born in Rome in 1974, from a well-known dynasty of artists, Matteo BasilÃ© has been exposed to the art world all his life. Since his first appearance on the art scene (1996), BasilÃ© has been working by interacting with his cultural inheritance and aspiring to a new system of productive meaning. Among the first European to explore and develop what is today regarded as digital art, Matteo BasilÃ© conveys photography with avant-garde technology as a linguistic formula to research the processes of self and social discovery. The artist constantly rejects a static vocabulary and confronts himself in relation to memory and tradition. ‘ (via Biasa Artspace)
Stop, Repair, Prepare installation by Allora & Calzadilla. Photos via Gladstone gallery. ‘ Collaborating since 1995, Allora & Calzadilla approach visual art as a set of experiments that test whether ideas such as authorship, nationality, borders, and democracy adequately describe today’s increasingly global and consumerist society. Their hybridized works often a unique mix of sculpture, photography, performance, sound and video explore the physical and conceptual act of mark making and its survival through traces. By drawing historical, cultural, and political metaphors out of basic materials, Allora & Calzadilla’s works explore the complex associations between an object and its meaning. ‘ (via Art:21)
‘ With its compact design and elegant shape, the portable keyboard is especially perfect for guys who need to travel a lot. An integration of foldable and light-weight element to provide you with more convenience, is its distinguishing feature. ‘ Link here