Franklin Booth – Hunger and Thirst

Franklin Booth, (July 8, 1874 – August 25, 1948) was an American artist known for his detailed pen-and-ink illustrations.

Illustration ⋅ February 7, 2018

Eugene de Salignac – Rediscovered

Eugene de Salignac (1861–1943) was an American photographer who worked for the Department of Bridges/Plant and Structures in New York City.

Photography ⋅ January 28, 2018

Giovanni Battista Piranesi – Time

Giovanni Battista Piranesi (4 October 1720 – 9 November 1778) was an Italian artist famous for his etchings of Rome and of fictitious and atmospheric “prisons” (Le Carceri d’Invenzione).

Architecture ⋅ January 10, 2018

Wilson A. Bentley – Snowflakes

From the earliest memories of our childhood, many of us can remember hearing the phrase “no two snowflakes are alike”. This discovery was made in the small rural town of Jericho, Vermont by Wilson A. Bentley (1865-1931).

Photography ⋅ December 27, 2017

Josan Gonzalez – The Future is Now

A selection of the beautiful futuristic illustrations by Josan Gonzalez, a Spanish artist who leads us into a colorful world where intermingle decadence and science fiction. If you aren’t familiar with his name but are remotely involved with the cyberpunk community, then you’ve seen his art making the circuit. A vision of a dystopian near

Illustration ⋅ December 12, 2017

Robert Furber – Twelve Months of the Year in Flowers

Robert Furber (1674–1756) was a British horticulturist and author, best known for writing the first seed catalogue produced in England. Furber was a member of the “English Society of Gardners”, a group formed in 1724 to protect the reputations of plant growers by mutually agreeing to names for newly discovered plants. Furber contributed to the group’s work, including collaborating on a

Illustration ⋅ November 27, 2017

Alexander von Humboldt – Causes and effects

Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt (14 September 1769 – 6 May 1859) was a Prussian geographer, naturalist, explorer, and influential proponent of Romantic philosophy and science. He was the younger brother of the Prussian minister, philosopher, and linguist Wilhelm von Humboldt (1767–1835). Humboldt’s quantitative work on botanical geography laid the foundation for the field of

Explorer ⋅ November 20, 2017

Gertrude Käsebier – A Waman

American photography has many fathers, like Mathew Brady and Alfred Stieglitz, but there was just one woman who was its mother, Gertrude Käsebier. Not only was she one of the first American women to have a successful career as a photographer, but she was one of the first photographers anywhere to focus on the family.

Photography ⋅ November 13, 2017

Adolphe Appia – In Depth

Many of the modern visual arts are influenced by stage design and one of the reasons is that over the years masters in this field have solved one of the most complex issues, and that is building stunning space and dynamics in depth with limited resources.

Set design ⋅ November 8, 2017

George Hull – spinner

Born in India and raised in the U.S., George started his creative path with a BSA Degree in Industrial Design.

Cars And Motorcycles ⋅ October 29, 2017

Frederick W.W. Howell – Iceland

At the end of the nineteenth century, the British artist, photographer and traveler Frederick W.W. Howell, F.R.G.S., recorded Icelandic and Faroese landscapes, farmsteads, towns and people in a remarkable series of photographs that depicted Iceland and the Faeroe Islands on the edge of modernity.

Photography ⋅ October 18, 2017

Robert Kipniss – Better give up the ghost

Robert Kipniss (born Brooklyn, New York, February 1, 1931) is an American painter and printmaker.

Artists ⋅ October 1, 2017

Krzysztof Domaradzki – The Last of Us

Krzysztof Domaradzki is a Polish graphic designer and illustrator. His many talents allow him to recreate posters for cult movies that were used countless times for alternate movie posters, with a gorgeous a brand new fashion. Mixing illustration, typography, graphic design and a flawless art direction, those beauties worth the detour. Krzysztof Domaradzki’s website       

Illustration ⋅ September 27, 2017

Siemen Dijkstra – Archiv

Siemen Dijkstra (1968) is the authority in the field of color woodcuts. He makes use of the reduction method in which the image is cut out into a wooden plate, and for each printing run more wood is cut from the same plate. Appropriate to his perfectionism, he uses eight up to fifteen printings, each

Uncategorized ⋅ September 14, 2017

Dan Isaac Wallin – Echo

For photography and time How much is the hunt for a photo worth? Photographer Dan Isaac Wallin leaves civilisation behind, walks across deserts and travel to remote islands. He lugs along large format cameras and Polaroid film. Stay out for weeks, meditate and observe the surrounding nature. Despite the eons of time and all hardships,

Photography ⋅ September 3, 2017

Jian Chong – Messenger

Artist Jian Chong Min was born in 1947. He studied at the School of Art, from which he was expelled. He worked as an acrobat, and then – responsible for the artwork in an airline company.

Uncategorized ⋅ August 21, 2017

Daniel Shipp – Botanical Inquiry

Daniel is a Sydney based assignment and fine art photographer.

Photography ⋅ August 9, 2017

Proto Anime Cut – Spaces and visions

When Akira came out in 1988, Japanese anime was heralded globally for its epic illustrated worlds depicting dystopian megacities and urban sprawl.

Animations ⋅ August 3, 2017

Don Dixon – Albedo 0.39

Don Dixon (born 1951) is an American astronomical artist practicing space art in the tradition of Chesley Bonestell.

Artists ⋅ July 24, 2017

Vladislav Erko – The Fifth Mountain

Vladislav Erko is a famous artist-illustrator, he’s from Kiev, Ukraine. “Fairy Tales of Foggy Albion”– illustrated by him are published in 20 countries. His illustration of “Harry Potter” was recognized as one of the fifth best in the world by the studio Warner Brothers.

Illustration ⋅ July 12, 2017