Januz Miralles is a digital artist, illustrator, and painter based in Laguna, Philippines. Januz creates abstract portraits of human figures by mixing multiple painting techniques with digital photo manipulation and photography.He resurfaces a digital image through adding varying types...
British-born, New York-based designer and art director Craig Ward has created the “Subvisual Subway” project, a series of portraits depicting  New York City's microscopic residents.To create his unconventional series, in the summer of 2015, Craig rode the trains of...
For his series entitled 'Transmogrify 2', New Jersey-based photographer and printmaker Michael Massaia uses chewed gum as an artistic medium for his creative sculptures.His pieces are sculpted from a single piece of chewed gum which he molds using his...
Californian photographer and artist John Poppleton uses fluorescent pigments to paint gorgeous landscapes directly on the backs of female models. He then photographs the models under black light for the final effect."I’ve always been in awe and wonder of...
Back in 2005, Munich-based photographer and designer Robert Götzfried started his project entitled 'Tunnels', a series of underground photographs in which he pictures the interesting architecture of subway tunnels 'which nobody ever pays attention to'.'All of these subway tunnels...
Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner created gorgeous splashes of color frozen in time by pricking paint-covered balloons and using high-speed photography to capture the moment the balloons burst.
Brooklyn-based photographer, Joey L. manages to capture the darkness and the customs of the Halloween holiday by a series of black and white photography called 'Halloween in Brooklyn'.“My goal for Halloween in Brooklyn is to view this local annual...
Brooklyn-based photographer and designer Anton Repponen has created a photography project entitled 'Misplaced', in which eleven New York City architectural monuments were digitally removed from their original locations and placed in desolate, natural landscapes.Famous landmarks like the MET, Chrysler...
Former NASA engineer-turned-artist Kim Keever creates abstract underwater art by pouring paint pigments into a 200-gallon tank and photographing the unpredictable reaction. The resulting compositions look like colorful explosions and tornadoes of paint.Keever explains: "Timing of the shots is...

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