Jason Yarmosky

 photo Yarmosky_HorseFeathers_web_zps5f353531.jpg  photo Yarmosky_whateveritisimagainstit_web_zps1a23285d.jpg  photo Yarmosky_seniorprom_web_zps698486de.jpg Jason Yarmosky <-- Born in 1987 in Poughkeepsie, New York, Yarmosky began drawing as a child. He graduated with a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2010. WIth his past focus on painting his grandparents, Yarmosky devotes his efforts to exploring the concept of the life cycle. His paintings and drawings have been exhibited and collected throughout the United States and around the world. His work has appeared in numerous publications such as Azart Magazine, American Artist Drawing, American Art Collector, New American Paintings, Fine Art Connoisseur, Juxtapoz, High Fructose, and the Huffington Post. He is a past winner of the Elizabeth Greenshields Award.  photo Yarmosky_ballet_web_zps22c7ca9f.jpg  photo Yarmosky_theboxer_web_zpsedc84d27.jpg  photo Yarmosky_SoundofSilence_web_zps86ab8e95.jpg

Herbert Baglione

For a project entitled 1,000 Shadows, Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione invaded abandoned wards in Madrid, Paris and other undisclosed locales to add ghostly shadows to the already eerie buildings. (via Huffington Post)

Albert F. Montoya

 photo Tiger-FB-550x711_zps65a755b4.jpg  photo Fox-Tumblr-550x425_zps63dc97e9.png Since he could lift a pencil, art has always been a prominent part in the life of Albert F. Montoya. Growing up in Yuma, Arizona, Albert spent his childhood preferably solo where he mastered the art of precise coloring within the lines and even created his own daily comic strip which he would draw and distribute to friends and family members. Present day, Albert’s pieces showcase his exploration of new themes and current events. He is constantly evolving, but as of lately his inspiration comes from everything and anything including the nature of bees, robots, alchemy, and politics— all which melt together creating a whimsical and bittersweet fairy tale adventure. In 2010, Albert graduated from the Art Institute of Las Vegas with an Interactive Media Design degree, a second passion next to his artwork. He is also the co-creator of The Artillerist, is a designer and owner for his web company montoyamedia, and also is a musician and vocalist for several personal side projects. He is currently living in Las Vegas, Nevada with his family where he has become a prominent part of the Las Vegas art community showcasing his work at several venues and group shows held during the city art festival “First Friday.”  photo Iguana-FB-550x425_zps0b084529.jpg

Michael Zavros

 photo Untitled-1_zpse384f944.jpg  photo Untitled-2_zpsf794496d.jpg Michael Zavros (born, Brisbane, Australia, 1974) is an Australian artist. Zavros studied printmaking at Queensland College of Art in the 1990s. Zavros has won three Australian drawing prizes: The Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award in 2002, The Robert Jacks Drawing Prize in 2005 and the Kedumba Prize in 2007. In 2004, Zavros won the Primavera Collex award through the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. In 2010 Zavros won the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize with a portrait of his child Phoebe is dead/McQueen. The previous year, Zavros was awarded runner up in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize with a self-portrait entitled V12 Narcissus. In 2012 he won the inaugural Bulgari Art Award, which included the acquisition of his work The new Round Room by the Art Gallery of New South Wales. He was a finalist in the Archibald Prize in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2013. Zavros has exhibited widely within Australia and his work is held in numerous private and public collections.  photo Untitled-3_zps4439b2a3.jpg

Morgana Wallace

 photo tumblr_mpagiySBfd1rxrkm1o2_r1_1280_zps454548bb.jpg  photo tumblr_mrozuur9fU1rxrkm1o1_r1_1280_zpsafb8cd17.jpg  photo tumblr_mrozrtvZvU1rxrkm1o1_1280_zpseba861b3.jpg Morgana Wallace is a Victoria based artist. Her mixed media compositions are created through a fine treatment of collage working the paper to create multiple layers and various textures. Additionally, she will apply gauche to many of her works to add detail. Each piece brings together references of various mythologies with fantastical and dream like elements, creating engaging and complex works of art. (via Madrona Gallery)  photo tumblr_mmwjf10Ckq1rxrkm1o1_1280_zpsabab793d.jpg  photo tumblr_n52l3gEQHH1rxrkm1o1_r1_1280_zps0390b92d.jpg

Heat Changing Heart Shaped Mug

 photo 51cX9X63pFL_zps567d06aa.jpg  photo 410qiUQ9mwL_zps8f549ca4.jpg Add a touch of difference when making a hot drink with this Heat Changing Love Mug. A thermochrome heat sensitive coating is sprayed onto the entire outer surface of the mug. When filled with hot liquid, this coating becomes transparent and changes the red heart design to reveal a I 'Love' YOU message in pink. As the mug cools, the heat sensitive coating is restored to the original red heart design. Buy here.  photo 41lSMLMxdrL_zpse8da90c6.jpg  photo 411MpyO47uL_zps96e59374.jpg

Aakash Nihalani

 photo tumblr_n6ik71n8xx1qzqouzo2_r4_500_zpsac3796ce.jpg  photo tumblr_n6ik71n8xx1qzqouzo3_r2_500_zps8003f8fd.jpg  photo tumblr_n6ik71n8xx1qzqouzo1_r2_500_zps59cdf12e.jpg Aakash Nihalani was born in Queens, NY in 1986 and received his BFA from the Steinhardt School of Culture, NYU, New York. He has had solo exhibitions at the Carmichael Gallery, Los Angeles; Shop Future II, Sean John, Los Angeles; Shop Future I, Sean John, Los Angeles; Ogilvy & Mather, New York; Eastern District Gallery, Brooklyn; Art Assets LLC, Brooklyn; Bose Pacia, New York and 17 Frost Gallery, Brooklyn. His participation in group exhibition includes Les Grandes Traversees, Public Design Festival, Bordeaux; Paraphrase, ARARIO Gallery, New York and BLK RIVER, Street Art Festival – Apocalyptic Colors, Vienna. He is currently based in New York, NY.  photo tumblr_n6ildacxne1qzqouzo1_r2_500_zps397cdbec.jpg  photo tumblr_n6ildacxne1qzqouzo2_r2_500_zpsfcf92050.jpg

Ilona Niemi

 photo ilona_niemi_trouble1_zps3b90c8b4.jpg  photo ilona_niemi_trouble3_zps6a3ea08d.jpg " My work deals with beauty and cruelty, and a darker message is often hidden under an attractive disguise. Our human need to beautify manifests itself in manifold today, as social media entices people to portray themselves as more beautiful, popular and intelligent than in physical reality. Such an urge follows us all the way to death, culminating in mortuary make up. Similarly, my works disguise the sinister under a sugary coating. The disappearance of a childhood friend, Piia, in 1988, shadows my happy childhood memories, and provides a contextual base for exploring opposites such as childhood and adulthood, and beauty and cruelty. The titles often hint at the darker side of my work. Cute as they first may seem, my 436 plaster ducks in a jail cell represent an equal number of prisoners executed in US prisons in a certain time, or toy silhouettes draw the viewers’ attention to a toyshop destroyed by Nazis during Kristallnacht. My methods are both sensitive and brutal – I paint with a gentle touch and destroy the results with a saw or scissors, creating through the process of destruction." - Ilona Niemi  photo ilona_niemi_trouble21_zpsc0b47810.jpg  photo ilonaniemikatjakaartinen_zpsf5b12605.jpg

Unicorn-ucopia Wall Decor

 photo Untitled-2_zps05c84670.jpg  photo Untitled-3_zpsda1cc2aa.jpg Feeling an abundance of magical feelings? This unique unicorn wall decor may have something to with that! Mounting on a single screw, this stone-hued unicorn head juts its blue-tinged, spiral horn far into your room, imbuing any space - from living room to bedroom to hallway - with the kind of mystical allure only an unbelievable stylist like you could conjure. Buy here.  photo Untitled-1_zps680c7dce.jpg

Form by Gem Fletcher

 photo 22a96d194e18e9f03b98667439c3f282_zpsc7d63d87.jpg  photo 7252ec5a397a726564ba08a44f4b7159_zps221a27c9.jpg Creative photo series by Gem Fletcher - an award winning Art Director collaborating with Photographers across the world. Click here for the link.  photo 40ec8926c475b8e7b4abe622c0830e13_zpsbc777af4.jpg