Pia-Mélissa Laroche and her surreal world

Pia-Mélissa Laroche is a French artist that lives in Paris. She illustrates the absurd world of abstraction, developing the surreal worlds.   Pia-Mélissa Laroche creates in her works worlds full of mysteries, illustrating tunnels and the dark corners of the mind. She explains: “Like the crypts of Christian Churches or Nabatean’s tombs, those architectural structures are directly…

Henrique de Franca and his art of lethargy

Henrique de Franca is based in São Paulo, Brazil. “Torpor” is the title of his series of pencil drawings.  Henrique de Franca inspires a visual sense of lethargy and idleness into the process of his work. The negative space creates small scale drawings on 40x60cm sheets of paper. His sparse sketches of figures, their shadows, water, and small…

Aiste Stancikaite and the art of precision

Aiste Stancikaite is a Lithuanian artist based in Berlin. She creates digital abstract art, developing fine-lined images with a focus on detail and texture. Aiste Stancikaite prefers a combination of non-traditional and traditional illustrative techniques for her work.  “The combination of these methods match in terms of precision and detail, yet oppose each other in visual execution. I’m very interested…

Myoung Ho Lee recompose graphic his landscapes

Myoung Ho Lee is a South Korean artist that captured single trees against rectangular white backdrops, resulting in this way a series of graphic landscapes.  Myoung Ho Lee used with a 4×5 camera, depicting a wide range of tree species during different seasons and times of the day. By creating a partial, temporary outdoor studio for each tree, Lee’s ‘portraits’…

Matt Calderwood makes art with common objects

Matt Calderwood is a visual artist known for his balancing sculptures and his hazardous performance art relies on counterbalance and friction to keep his works standing. Matt Calderwood transforms household items such as sports equipment, gardening tools, crockery, ladders, and buckets, into improbable conceptual sculptures.  The works below were part of a group exhibition that posed antonym pairings:…