Sarah Meyohas captures the illusory effect of mirrored installations

Sarah Meyohas is a New York-based visual artist. Her photo series, called “Speculations”, captures the illusory effect of multiple mirrored installations adorned with various items such as flowers, rope, and smoke. Sarah Meyohas  embellished the mirrors with rose petals, piles of daisies, pink material, or smoke, the result of which is an oddly transfixing portrait of…

Osma Harvilahti illustrates the beauty of Ethiopia in his photos

Osma Harvilahti is a Finnish photographer that created his second photo book, called Ethiopia, the third in a four-part collection titled Seasons Series. Osma Harvilahti created his series from South Korean filmmaker Kim Ki-Duk’s seminal work, Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring—a film that sees the evolution of a man throughout five seasons, and his life. “The books take their lead…

Daria Zinovatnaya creates interior furniture in colors and geometric shapes

Daria Zinovatnaya is a Ukranian industrial and interior designer that creates furniture, interiors, and architectural concepts of bold colors and geometric shapes to create extraordinary mid-century projects. Daria Zinovatnaya is a very complex artist, her designs being combined in simple forms with unusual execution, brought together by layering bold colors and shapes that complement, rather…

Ron Jude captures the desolated part of America

Ron Jude is an American photographer that captured the desolate but beautiful part of America in his journey through the Californian desert. Ron Jude speaks about his childhood in the Mojave Desert through his photos, his work is an abstract investigation into self and history.  As with our earliest memories, which often return to us…

Zhen Shi captured China’s borderlands in her photos

Zhen Shi is a French-Chinese visual artist whose works are related to memory and identity, to things that are seen and unseen. “Kwei Yih” is her abstract series of works and it documents a path both literally and metaphorically traveled.  Zhen Shi explains that her series began in a period of anxiety: “I started this…

Theo Jansen creates “beach animals” in a unique way

Theo Jansen is a visual artist from the Netherlands that created clever moving sculptures, and his working-series is called “Strandbeests”, that means “beach animals” in Dutch. The disconcertingly realistic ‘Strandbeests’ appear to walk, crawl and slug their way across the coastlines of Holland, replicating animal and critter movements in mesmerizing fashion. Jansen’s legendary wind-walking project…

Lukasz Wierzbowski captures people in abnormal poses

Lukasz Wierzbowski is a self-taught photographer currently based in Wroclaw, Poland. His works rely on a remarkable interplay between photographer and models, who are depicted in weird, abnormal poses. Lukasz Wierzbowski knows to combine nudity with a matching set of colors which leads to an intimate, absorbing picture composition. He relies on the bond that is…