Category - Design

Storytelling by Photographer Wendy Sama

I’m Wendy Sama, a french graphic designer who grow up with a pencil and camera in my hands. For me photography is about telling a story. I love to tell story in my photographs, stories about me, about people, or just telling an emotion. I like to think that people can imagine what happens before and after the moment which was set in stone. ...

The Otherwordly Photography of Stefano Bonazzi

There is definitely something otherworldly and strangely surreal about Stefano Bonazzi’s art. Whether it’s a blindfolded woman, decked out in a black evening dress, being ‘protected’ by a bear in the middle of a vast wilderness, or another masked lady finding herself surrounded by wolves, his subjects find themselves in a seemingly...

Maryanne Moodie’s Tapestry

If the Instagramming Brooklyn fashion indie set had a queen, she’d be Maryanne Moodie. She’s a throwback to the 1970s; her tapestry wall hangings recall Don Freedman’s bohemian hippie fiber artworks that Megan Draper would have most definitely hung in her LA bungalow. Moodie is relatively new on the weaving scene; she made her first piece...

Bosco Sodi’s Earth Art

Mexican born, New York-based artist Bosco Sodi produces the kind of brawny ‘earth art’ that is intended to bowl its audience over like a juggernaut. A colourist, he creates huge, weighty, expansive abstracts that are often at least five centimetres thick with paint that has crusted and congealed, a result of the methodical scientific...

Spooky Illustrations by Daniel Danger

Illustrator and print-maker, Daniel Danger is based in New England. Daniel is the son of artists, so becoming one himself was just par for the course.  His design company is called  Tiny Media Empire, and they do fine art screen-prints, limited official posters for bands, movies, as well as video production design.  

Gan Chin Lee – Paintings

Gan Chin Lee studied illustration at The One Academy in Malaysia and at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.  Gan sees himself as an emerging, evolving artist, and his art as a throw back to french cafe realism, built on both personal and universal themes.      

Anka Zhuravleva – Photography

This bit of inspirational photography is by Anka Zhuravleva – who trained as an architect in Russia before life events led her into modeling. A little later drown the road, after doing oil painting for a few years, she discovered that photographer was her true passion.