Looks like something out of a much needed futuristic MTV cartoon, no? Denver, Colorado-based artist and Tumblr guru, Sarah ‘Catface’, brilliantly creates stunning illustrations of new-wave women in her own fresh style.
High level of intensity from Chinese artist Xue Jiye. No additives or preservatives.
In his series Visible Light, Connecticut-based artist Alexander Harding photographs beams of light so thick it seems as if you could reach out and touch them.
Collage artist Eugenia Loli originated in the technology sector, but she decided to leave that rather impersonal world behind in order to build new, exciting worlds via her art.
Commissioned by the San Francisco Arts Commission for a permanent installation at the Randal Museum, Windswept, designed by Charles Sowers Studios, is a wind-driven kinetic facade that transforms a blank wall into an observational instrument that reveals the complex interactions between wind and environment.
Jordan Mang-osan is a Philippines-based pyrography artist, who uses sunlight and a magnifying glass alone to create these spectacular landscapes and rich portraits.
Zander Olsen’s Tree, Line project is almost preposterously simple. He wraps segments of tree trunks in white linen so that, when photographed from a particular distance, this negative space lines up perfectly with its surroundings.