Jason Lee

Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photographer Jason Lee has some pretty amazing images in his portfolio. I specially love a lot his photographs of his two beautiful daughters. Photobucket Photobucket

Gary Salter

' Gary Salter is a professional British advertising photographer. There are Mercedes, Nissan, Ford, LG, Jaguar, Nike, McDonalds, Playstation and other companies among his clients. Gary describes his creative method: “I always carry a camera and a notepad for new ideas. I ignore the rules and I enjoy it”. ' (via ArtsyTime)

The Lightsails Project

Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket ' Söhne & Partner Architekten’s lightsails project was designed as guiding symbols for the exhibition around the Millstaetter lake, Austria. The objects are abstract sails, as a “light-space-installation”. The objects are orientated to the lake. The lake Millstättersee is getting a tribune out of water, because the energy of the lake is trapped, converted and reflected as light. So the sails are working as a transmitter and receiver at the same time. The illumination is reacting to the surrounding – the more people approaching the sails the more vibrate light. The illumination is also reacting to the temperature – they are constantly changing the colour. The colder the temperature the warmer the colour if light is getting. ' Click here for the link. Photobucket

Julien Chaves

' Julien Chaves was born in 1958, and lives and works in Metz, France. Mindful that before him existed over fifteen thousand years of painting, he tries to consider in his paintings, this historical dimension, which he turned into a strange “syncretism holistic” difficultly translatable into English, and indeed, in French, nobody understands it either.. '

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Istavan Sandorfi

Istavan Sandorfi was born in 1948 in Budapest, Hungary. From the age of ten he lived in Paris, where he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs. Sandorfi died in December, 2007. Sandorfi’s painting style blends a meticulous realistic technique with elements of surrealism. His work has been featured for the past three decades in important European galleries including Isy Brachot, Brussels. His provocative draped figures and still lifes appear in important private collections and museums on several continents, notably Centre Georges Pompidou, Musee de la Ville de Paris, Kunsthalle in Nuremberg, and the Taiwan Museum of Art, among others. A show at the Arnot Museum in upstate New York featured two of his recent paintings. Art Fairs at which his works have been exhibited include FIAC, Basel, Ghent, Art Miami, ArtFair Seattle, and New York’s International 20th Century Arts Fair. (via Escape Into Life)

Urs Fischer

Urs Fischer was born in Switzerland in 1973. He has had solo shows throughout Europe and the USA, including Urs Fischer: Kir Royal, Kunsthaus Zürich, Switzerland, and the Centre Pompidou, Paris, both in 2004. His work has been included in numerous group shows including three consecutive appearances at the Venice Biennale in 2003, 2005, and 2007, and was part of The Third Mind – Carte blanche à Ugo Rondinone, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2007. Several monographs of Fischer’s work have been published, including Urs Fischer: Kir Royal published by JRP Ringier in 2004. Also see

Sam Gibbons

Sam Gibbons' paintings are fascinating renderings of cartoons perversely entwined in spasms of death and candy-colored imitations of sex. Gibbons' work is a painterly convergence of figuration and abstraction; resembling a Rorschach test, one side of the canvas mirrors the other, lending symmetry and precision to fluid and spontaneous bursts of color and form. Employing imagery that was originally intended to entertain and pacify, Gibbons' paintings are at war within themselves. The typical role of the cartoon is subverted; these benchmarks of inexperience are engaged in violent and sexual acts. Acting as allegories for the loss of innocence, Sam Gibbons' paintings exist as a complex and beautiful mimicry of the human condition. (via Claire Oliver Gallery)

The Amazing Transforming Oven Lounge

" The Amazing Transforming Oven Lounge" from Etsy seller WayOutHere. It is a art project from the University of Cincinnati's DAAP design school.

Hilo Chen

Hilo Chen (born October 15, 1942 in Yilan, Taiwan) is a Taiwanese-American painter. He is best known for his photorealistic paintings of the female figure.