Seascapes

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Mystery of mysteries, water and air are right there before us in the sea. Every time I view the sea, I feel a calming sense of security, as if visiting my ancestral home; I embark on a voyage of seeing. —photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto Continue reading

Threads

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“Through photography, I try to understand human relationships and connections. Using invisible threads, we either bind someone to us, or drive them away. Threads of our feelings, anxieties, and fears, which, like our hair, we are afraid to let loose,” says Bara Prasilova in offering a key to decipher her brilliant ‘Evolve’ series. Continue reading

Resistance

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Najee Dorsey’s mixed media series “Resistance,” is an artistic commentary on the various ways individuals have used their voice and bodies to “resist” and fight against the powers that be. Partially inspired by the Occupy Movement, Dorsey’s renditions include the Haitian Freedom Fighter Toussaint L’ouverture, A Native American man taking up modern arms, and an ode to unsung she-ro Claudette Colvin, amongst others. Dorsey also includes various protest signs and anecdotes that feature social commentary about the current economic and social condition in America. Utilizing the digital medium to create these works demonstrate Dorsey’s range as an artist. He is particularly adept at weaving in multiple colors and layers to tell a story both aesthetically and thematically. Continue reading

Blum into beauty

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Beauty at it’s best is how you would describe the work of LA based photographer, Sylvie Blum. Lush with color or packed with emotion, you can not help but to be moved by her powerful and beautiful images. With her German roots, Blum creates edgy classic images that will end up in fashion history books.
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Flowers and faces

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Roxana Brongo is an artist and interactive art director from Montreal, Canada. Her artistic approach to graphic design has led her to combine photography & illustration, mixing objects, faces, colors and light, and blurring the lines between them. Her favorite tools are digital, but she also explore and create with watercolor.
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