Diane Dal Pra is inspired by Renaissance period in her works

Diane Dal Pra is a graphic artist and painter that creates artworks depicting the intimacy of friends, in colorful and relatable scenes of normality. Her style is influenced by Renaissance period compositions.  Diane Dal Pra illustrates the beauty of friendship among women. Her paintings are abstracts and her illustrations represent perspective in her practice.  “I’m quite obsessed by the painting compositions of…

Gili Benita experience the solitude of Japan

Gili Benita is an Israeli photographer that traveled through Japan for two months. His goal was to feel the experience of solitude and to understand the loneliness.  Gili Benita created the photo-series called “Kudoku”, moments of solitude in the midst of cities. A very innovative idea, proof of talent and creativity. In his work, Gili…

Naohiro Maeda explores the process of mourning

Naohiro Maeda is a Japanese photographer explores the process of mourning, documenting the depths of melancholia but his quest for lightness and calm too.  Naohiro Maeda explains “Two years ago my close friend passed away and I moved to the United States. These two strong experiences happened sequentially and created a disconnection I have never felt…

Sam Youkilis and his narrative photography style

Sam Youkilis is a New York photographer that traveled through South America from Bogota to Buenos Aires by bus.  Sam Youkilis shared his series of travel images through one of the The New Yorker’s official Instagram accounts, a platform where their photography department invites a guest contributor to host the feed for a week.  He posted photos taken in…

Louise Nissen and her Sea Sanctuary

Louise Nissen is a Danish spatial designer and she proposed a solution for the  British abandoned coast Margate, England, due to the extreme London’s extreme air pollution. Louise Nissen considered that is an environmental issue, therefore the project “Sea Sanctuary”  was located in the old Clifton Baths, Margate, being a respiratory healing center. In the animated…

Ana Popescu illustrates fictional homes

Ana Popescu is a Romanian visual artist that creates her own fictional homes in a series of illustrated architectural studies.  She is inspired by the mid-century mansions and villas of Palm Springs. Ana Popescu loves the Bauhaus movement, reminding her about the buildings in her country, Romania. After she discovered the modernist architectures of houses…

Lizan Freijsen makes art with things completely unusual

Lizan Freijsen is a Dutch artist that reimagines images of the things that we, the common people, we’re finding them being repulsive: mold growth, funghi, leakages, and water stains on walls. She basically works with those things and transforms them into colored stuff like carpets, hangers, and blankets. Lizan Freijsen said that the works that she creates are installed…

Miles Johnston and his graphite muses

Miles Johnston is an illustrator from London that creates dreamy, surreal portraits of girls whose faces are distorted or removed. Miles Johnston works with a graphite pencil, illustrating sketches in a hyper-smooth style. It’s obvious that he has a talent for technique and texture. His ongoing series entitled “Transformations” is divided into four parts: “Deform”, “Divide”, “Attract” and…