Author - Kelly Paik

Expressive portraits in graphite by Thomas Cain

Milan-based artist, Thomas Cain, draws wondrously delicate portrait drawings combining graphite and water. Often depicting friends and family members, Cain represents his subjects with a quiet, noble countenance while an endless river of thoughts and expressions seem to pour out from their eyes. The works frequently come with blank spaces...

Portraits painted in abandoned places by La Rouille

La Rouille is a French street artist whose preferred canvases include abandoned buildings and derelict walls covered in rust. The artist himself remains anonymous. His nickname, La Rouille, translates to ‘the rust’. His works revolve around portraits and figurative images, with a lonely or introspective air that matches the decay of the...

The geometric patterns of Kai and Sunny

Kai and Sunny are an award-winning artist duo who create geometric patterns taken from natural forms. In their latest works, they experiment with using more vibrant colors in pieces representing the passage of time and involving “the turning of tides, changing weather and time for reflection”. Themes of fragility and rigidity are represented...

Dramatic photos of waves by Warren Keelan

Warren Keelan captures the beauty of ocean waves in motion. The Australia-based photographer spends most of his days in and around the ocean constantly searching for the perfect moments to record on camera. And he succeeds at capturing the sea in all its moods. The colors and composition in each piece is ever-changing, sometimes roiling with...