Category - Digital Arts

The digital manipulations of Du Zhenjun

In his series titled “Tower of Babel”, Chinese artist Du Zhenjun presents us with a contemporary version of the apocalypse. Huge structures loom in the center of each piece as scenes of political unrest, and the impacts of globalization and pollution materialize below. Du is considered one of the pioneering digital artists in China and he...

SYMBIOSIS “Faces of Urban Decay” by Correia

I’ve been inspired and influenced by the characteristics that define the environment that surrounds me. Shortly after graduating in design I decided not to complete my Masters to pursue my studies in Photography, and this ultimately resulted in a blending of techniques and disciplines, finding my own form of expression. To me, photography...

The digital manipulations of Januz Miralles

Janus Miralles aka Nuestra creates digital manipulations that look like paintings in the process of melting or dripping away. Using a virtual palette knife, Miralles will begin with a realistic representation of the human form and then smear and blend elements until parts of the body dissolve into amorphous blobs of colors. Streaks of paint appear...

Mind-bending landscapes by Jati Putra

Indonesian graphic designer, Jati Putra, takes us on a journey into other worlds constructed out of his imagination. The artist juxtaposes wildly opposing scenes and layers them on top of each other or bends them at angles that make us completely lose our sense of direction. The artist has a flare for taking familiar scenes and objects and placing...

Five artists explore the eerie implications of our smartphone addiction: when being plugged in becomes petrifying

Raise your hand if you’re reading this article on your smartphone. Mm hmm, that’s what I thought. And you know what? That’s not a bad thing! Smartphones have allowed us the luxury of getting our news, staying connected with friends and fulfilling our creative impulses while we’re riding the train, laying in bed and waiting in doctor’s...

Double exposure portraits by Alon

My Name is Alon, I am a DC based Art Director and designer. I have been developing double exposure portraits for a while now. The process for the creating a good double exposure all starts with the quality of the portrait. The reality is that not all images are created equal. Resolution and lighting play a huge role. Though even when the images...