Lady Schnaps Combines Feminine Sexuality With Snapshots of History Frozen in Time

Noemi P aka Lady Schnaps is a freelance photographer based in Lyon, Paris and Nancy. She is really passionate in combining feminine sexuality with urban exploration. Using sadly abandoned places as backgrounds, she tells beautiful stories regarding the connection between human body and these snapshots of history frozen in time. There is something both enchanting […]

Unsettling Paintings of Materialized Emotions by Ana Butnaru

Ana-Maria Butnaru is a painter based in Iassy, Romania. Her artworks, as dark as they might seem, bring to light a series of deep, thrilling and primal feelings – nothing with a hidden agenda, as we’ll find out later. The artists’ paintings are mainly based on the human subconscious and its perpetual pursuit to reach […]

Uncanny Plague-Themed Photoshoot Got Us All Infested

A bunch of Romanian photographers, models and make-up artists gathered last month for a Halloween photoshoot and the results are impossible to handle. Plague-doctor leather masks, chainsaws, shovels, fire, devilish women, everything set in the dark forests of Brasov (Romania), completed the Poe-esque atmosphere that was way beyond the Halloween photo workshop everybody aimed for. […]

#Inktober: Self-Explanatory Sketches of Adrian Iorga

Adrian Iorga is a passioned typo and graphic-designer from Romania whose latest series for #Inktober brought out the best of him. His recent drawings really got my eye and it was just a matter of time until this feature was gonna come up. Any of his new sketches would easily go by as inspired logos, […]

Oana Barbonie’s Collages Are Based Around a Chaotic, Sci-Fi Like Approach to Portraiture

I’ve been noticing that my Facebook news feed has been jam-packed with awesome collage work lately, Oana Barbonie being one of the people I found responsible for. Not quite sure from where to start when trying to describe Oana’s work and what her hobbies suggest. But is there a thing she can’t do? I couldn’t […]

Redefining Self-Eroticism and Female Nudity – Tabata Roja

Tabata Roja is a 23 years old self-taught photographer based in Mexico City. Her vast preoccupation in the domain determined her to experiment obsessively with analog photography (lomography in particular) and even start formal studies in chemical photography. On Her Art Process and Aestethics “I am crazy about the idea of how the emulsion will […]

Beauty Requires Touch. Portraits of Girls, by Bruno Maric

Bruno Maric is a photographer based between New York and Los Angeles, an artist “in love with faces, bodies, hearts and minds”. His portfolio consists mainly in portraits, an exclusive feminine side, in a perpetual try to capture as much expression as possible. His obsession with female portraiture is one of the reasons that determined […]

Those Who Fuck The Labels. The Normals, by Paul Kurucz

They say what’s normal for the spider is chaos for the fly. The same principle applies to Paul Kurucz new photo series which has as main subject the separation of standard notion of “normality” as accepted by society. “Most people are normal”, the art statement explains. “Some want to be different and follow the norms […]

Cristina Vlas and A New Fascination with Drawing on Wood (Interview)

Cristina Vlas is a young artist born in Republic of Moldova, whose works I first saw on Facebook. I guess there’s no need for a longer introduction, we kinda asked her everything we were curious about. You can visit her page WoodPortrait for more images or for orders. Hi, Cristina! First thing off, tell us […]

Mona Vulpoiu’s Queenly Jewels Suggest a Hypnotic Effect

It’s been a while since I first saw Mona Vulpoiu‘s delightful, compelling, alien-like jewels. Utopic brand led me to her, since she’s in charge of this project. Step by step I came to realize her creations are truly dreamy and quite bold. Mona’s work may seem simple for some of you, but I actually see […]

“You Cannot Join Us!”- The Representation of Empowered Women by Adriana Cruzat

Adriana Cruzat is a Philippines based illustrator who mostly portraits female subjects. One of her method of creating such pieces is simply browsing the internet, while getting inspired by random photos and turn them into her version of art. She focuses on the traditional idea of women in portraiture, using stunning colors and fine lines. […]

The Secret Places of Tom Stoltenberg

Tom Stoltenberg is a young photographer and student at the technical university Dortmund, Germany. Born and grown up in the area ‘Ruhrgebiet’, best known for it’s large coal industry of the last century, he focuses on portraying abandoned places such as old coal mines and similar industrial objects. That metropolitan region is undergoing a change […]

Lucian Harbada’s Collages Offer a New, Unusual Perspective on Life and Reality

I recently ran into Lucian Harbada‘s work and I’m feeling excited I eventually did this. He creates impressing minimalist collages, managing to offer a new and unusual perspective on life and reality. Lucian presents his own parallel world, where everything seem to be surrounded by the vast emptiness of space. I mostly enjoy how he […]

NO machina sau punk românesc

Suntem destul de răzvrătiți nu-i așa? Zburăm din țară-n țară ca să putem fi pe cont propriu acasă. Ne destupăm la minte doar când suntem asupriți sau când nu găsim cale de întoarcere. Ne adaptăm, supraviețuim, fie că vorbim de mașini înmatriculate în Bulgaria sau a fi freelancer. Nu ne mai punem baze, suntem pregătiți […]

Pollux Io: “Most of My Drawings Were Made While Under the Influence of Drugs”

For Maureen, with love… Lucian Turcinschi aka Pollux Io (you’ll understand soon what this name stands for) first started For Maureen, with love… blog in order to share his photos and pretty cruel drawings. Let see what he has to say. Hi! Tell us more about yourself and what leaded you to photography as well […]

“In the Blue Dress”, by Lena Osmolovska

Jelena Osmolovska is a 33 years old photographer from Latvia who talks about innocence, solitude and delicacy via refreshing and eye-catching artworks. According to the self-taught artist, photography itself is nothing but an ample reflection of thoughts, situations and experiences that have deeply changed her. In the new photographic series, “In the Blue Dress”, Lena […]

Girl Crush: Warm and Feminine Portraits by Ana Santos

When I discovered Ana Santos on Instagram, I immediately knew I was having a crush for her work. No one can resist these beautiful, delicate and creative illustrations. Ana is a Spanish artist and not only does she handle lines apart, but her color choices are both warm and feminine, but also playful and free.  […]

NIИ’s “Not The Actual Events” (EP) – Review

Among the festivities and all the Christmas cheer that’s inevitably shoved down your throat year after year, Nine Inch Nails coming out with a new album and pissing all over your Greatest Christmas Carols compilation is the most wonderful of miracles. On December 16th, Trent Reznor announced the release of the 5-track EP Not The […]

The Intimate Human Action of Embroidery by Maurizio Anzeri

The Italian-born, British-based Maurizio Anzeri searches out vintage portraits in flea markets or junk shops, viewing them, he says, “as landscapes on which to map out his own unique geography of suggestion.”  Sombre-looking children and sophisticated adults take on an absurdist aspect. You’ll notice that what was once a portrait is  now something else entirely: […]

“Don’t Look”, by Chris Devour

Chris Devour, one of our personal favorites, is going rogue, escaping virtuality with his first exhibition – ‘Don’t Look‘. Glimpses from the photographer’s beautiful new editorials (S16), as well as digital sketches, will be on display this weekend at Ristretto (Oradea, Romania). We wish him to make a huge splash with his debut event. Here are few of […]

Vohn Toe: “Music Is Made to Live Outside Its Composers”

Vohn Toe, the new musical project of Alex Turcu and Vlad Constantin, is the proof that no one, absolutely no one doesn’t know how to let things go. And sometimes, like in this case for example, not letting things go is the right choice. They founded their first band (Running Clouds) six years ago, which […]

Nikolina Petolas: “I Merge Photographs With Other Things So It Would Make Sense To Me”

Narnia meets Inception in this series of incredible photo-manipulations. Nikolina Petolas is a Croatian conceptual artist and photographer whose outwordly, mind-bending works give us a glimpse into her most deep daydreams and nightmares. She uses her own photographs and other (sometimes oddly unexpected) elements in order to modelate a world in her image. As she […]

Eco-Editorial: “Anti-Human”, by Pol Kurucz & Fernando Cozendey

Open-minded photographer Pol Kurucz captures the new collection of Brazilian fashion designer Fernando Cozendey in a chessy, extravagant visual metaphor in ‘Anti-Human’ eco-editorial – an ode to wildlife, and a doom to humans.  The Rio de Janeiro/Sao Paolo based avant-garde group known as ‘Kolor Art Collective’ (we mentioned them in a previous feature here) are releasing […]

Retouching Level 9000: Outstanding Digital Paintings by Alena Nikonenko

Alena Nikonenko is a Russian artist who’s been working as a commercial & creative photographer and illustrator, but who recently discovered she can do more than that: she can paint in Photoshop. And let us say: she’s not bad at it – at all! You can have a look and see how TV shows characters, actors, musicians […]

OMFG Posters: Tomer Hanuka is the Badass Behind All the Greatest Comics

Israeli cartoonist Tomer Hanuka needs no introduction; an award- winning, New York Times best selling illustrator. His clients include Time Magazine, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, MTV, Universal Pictures, Lucas Film and the like. In fact there’s very few people out there worth working for. His projects are a nice example […]

Jazzy Nights and Mysterious Murders – The Art of Dan Zollinger

The needle scratched the vinyl and the thick smoke hurts your eyes but you can’t look away from the silhouette of the creature that just walked into the bar. The neon sign outside flashed for a moment before she let the door shut, cigarette burning between her fingers, smoke tangling in her black curls. Suddenly, […]

‘Detox + Market 5’: Voguish, Share-Wardrobe Fair in Bucharest

People are invited on September 17th, 2016 at Detox + Market 5, a one-day vintage fashion-fest where everybody can witness the chic, stylish atmosphere of a world where originality is the currency of choice. Where? In A3 bar (Arthur Verona, 3, Bucharest). Carina Călin, organizer, tells us: “This is the project’s 5th edition, and we come […]

‘Girls On Pixels’: Karbu Xia’s Overheated Imagery

Karbu Xia’s a 33 years old photographer based in Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic). He’s been doing photography for more than 10 years for a living (in advertising) even though he was in love with the art itself since the very  first shot. His most recent project – Girls on Pixels – talks about spontaneity, intimacy […]

Embrace The “No Censorship” Spirit of Al Visuals Photography

Alex a.k.a AL Visuals is a talented photographer from Iasi, Romania, teaching us how to embrace the skin and the clothes we live in. As he states, his style of photographing has different shades, approaches and perspectives of human expressiveness in an environment without censorship. Characterised by fluid movement, a gloomy color palette and great […]

Jesmin Ahmed Portrays Primal Emotions Through Charcoal Drawings

Jesmin Ahmed is a hobbyist artist from India who draws black and white portraits while focusing on the human body and its flaws in order to find authenticity in an Internet-dominated artistic world. “My motive is to portray desire and passion in a different light”, Jesmin explains, “as a very raw, human feeling, and I […]