On The Roof ‘Cloud City’ / Tomas Saraceno

The installation by Saraceno on the rooftop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York explores the possibility of a utopian city free from the physical constraints of the ground below. Visitors may enter and walk through the cluster of habitat-like, modular structures…

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Explosive Colorful Portraits Paintings / Francoise Nielly

Françoise Nielly’s painting is expressive, exhibiting a brute force, a fascinating vital energy. Oil and knife combine tsculpt her images from a material that is, at the same time, biting and incisive, charnel and sensual. Whether she paints the human body or portraits, the artist takes a risk : her painting is sexual, her colors free, exuberant, surprising, even explosive, the cut of her knife incisive, her color pallet dazzling…

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Digital art & Photo-illustration / Marcela Bolívar

Colombian artist Marcela Bolívar is an illustrator and digital artist based in Cali, Colombia. Marcela has focused in digital art and photo manipulation since 2004. Her artworks all based on photographs go through a heavy process of transformation, assemblage and detail that puts them closer to a pictorial expression…

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‘FANTASMAGORIK’ Fantastic Digital Art / Nicolas Obery

FANTASMAGORIK is an ongoing digital art series by Nicolas Obery, He is a French Art Director, Digital Artist and Graphic Designer living in Paris, France. His digital paintings contain unique characters and portraits created from brush strokes. The flowery appendages and superfluous eyeballs is a common pattern used in his artwork…

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Metro Card Collages / Nina Boesch

Metro Card Collages is the project name of Nina Boesch, German artist, Boesch’s MetroCard Collages series makes use of countless expired and used MetroCards by cutting, composing, and upcycling them into remarkable mosaics of landmarks and iconic figures that are central to the city that never sleeps…

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Savage Chair & Jute Side Table / JAY Saejung Oh

Korean artist and designer Jay Sae Jung Oh wrapped a collection of everyday plastic objects in jute to create the Savage Chair & Jute Side Table, which aims to make onlookers “reconsider the ordinary”. Her designs and sculptural pieces are often wrapped up in natural materials…

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Carve The Faces Out of Phone Books / Alex Queral

Alex Queral transforms the ordinary phone book into a creative piece of art, carving into its pages funny caricatures of famous people. Any artist with the skill and dexterity, in the production of their art to leave you breathless with admiration, has to be worthy of note The devastating knowledge that one simple slip could ruin countless hours of painstaking effort might put most people off so one has to be lost in admiration of such dedication and talent…

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HAND DRAWN Illustrations / Minjae Lee

The incredibly talented artist, Minjae Lee, has kept busy during this year, continuing to amaze us with his incredible colorful illustrations. Lee uses markers, pens, crayons and acrylic to create the drawings, featuring women and characterized by an atmosphere of mystery and drama…

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Green Void Installation / LAVA

The Green Void, a temporary sculptural installation in Sydney by LAVA, is the realisation of an organic digital formation. A three dimensional lightweight synthetic structure, based on surface tension, is stretched to fill the atrium’s void, connecting the walls, floor and ceiling. Floating in the void, the installation’s green fabric is mechanically attached to suspended aluminium track profiles…

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