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Saturday
Jun132015

Cally Whitham: Photography

Often it is Attenborough who brings me mesmerising beauty of nature and animals that inspires me to see things differently. This time it is Cally Whitham recreating uncanny resemblances of birds. The portraits are incredibly realistic and freakishly bare some human resemblance, too. Its in the eyes. Even the side shots when only one eye is captured. Arguably, the owl is most striking - the vignette delicately framing its neat feathers and posture allows its features to be illuminated and gives hints into this ones personality.

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Saturday
Jun132015

Hsiao-Ron Cheng: Illustration

Taiwanese digital artist/illustrator Cheng, draws us into a dream-like world with her ethereal paintings.

The Taipei-based artists use of a soft palette, and  varied composition angles have complemented each other to create some dainty portraits.

We can see why Cheng has started to gain international attention as a freelance illustrator.

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Thursday
Jun112015

Universal Everything: Tech

Universal Everything founder and director Matt Pyke, kicked off the Vivid Sydney festival with an awe-inspiring light show.

The city of Sydney was transformed into a canvas for an interactive/latest projection mapping technology display. The animations were splashed across the city’s most iconic buildings.

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Wednesday
Jun032015

Mécaniques Discursives: Tech

Adopting the most recent forms of technology, Fred Penelle and Yannick Jacquet have produced a mechanical infusion of skewed: heads, figures, and animals. All of which move along a seamless conveyor belt, like the formation of an imaginary laboratory experiment. As the narrative of the belt pulls us along this jolty journey; spewing off at different angles. Breaking the fourth wall and leading us astray on this disconnected odyssey, were left only tangled in its inventive creation.

www.mecaniques-discursives.com

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Tuesday
May052015

Can Buyukberber: Tech

Visual artist and director Buyukberber, specialises in digital visual arts, motion graphic designs and live audio/visual performances.

E:merge was first showcased at the largest festival for art and emerging technologies, the SIGNAL Prague Light Festival, in Czech Republic. The show itself was executed over the Michna Palace, one of Pragues earliest baroque palaces.

We hope you’re just as transfixed with these visual creations as we are.

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Sunday
Apr142013

Johann Ryno de Wet: Photography

There is something incredibly atmospheric about moody clouds drawing in, blanketing sunlight to cast a shadow as far as the eye can see. And there is something intriguing and mysterious about bright lights in the distance - perhaps nearing, perhaps retreating. Johann Ryno de Wet explores the beauty of the phenomena that is clouds and the dubious shapes they make - in addition to the vast and charismatic landscapes he appears to have visited.

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Sunday
Mar172013

Neda Vent Fischer: Photography

A fantastically eery technique employed here in monochromatic shades, causing us to squint a little, fidget uncomfortably but thoroughly appreciate the fact that rather than using a photographic computer application to render these images in the washy style that they are presented - they may actually be strategically produced to achieve this unique perspective. The locations; the architecture chosen as the subject and this visual style to accompany is a perfect combination, the two married makes for a very unusual series.

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Sunday
Mar102013

Alexander Khokhlov: Photography

Evidently, Alexander Khokhlov has a vivid imagination to be able to envision then pursue his goal on canvas that has features, textures and a dramatically uneven surface area. Using quite simply a monochrome theme and extreme precision he has imposed and integrated his illustrations onto a real, 3-dimensional human face. 3D has made quite an extravagant entrance into our world of late and Khokhlove's creativity is no exception. Cleverly he uses the model's features to his advantage and has produced a great range of what one many like to call optical illusions… 

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