Peter Zeglis is a self taught Photographer from Gothenburg, Sweden. At first, photography was a substitute for painting. Soon, it became daily life. Throughout Peters portfolio, you will find beautiful black and white landscapes with perfect compositions that lead you to the focal point with interesting and detailed foregrounds. The high black and white contrast exaggerates all the tiny details and brings life to all the things I love about landscape photography.
Project Showcase will be a post series that will be making a regular appearance on the website and each post will consist of a project created by either a group or an individual. Technically you can look at every piece of artwork as a “Project” but, in this case, a project is going to consist of a collection of work geared towards one idea. In this project Takahiro Kimura aimed to produce 1000 pieces of artwork consisting of faces using his usual collage style. Oh, he started in 1999, this is …
Here is the portfolio of Trine Struwe, she is currently studying art and illustration and lives in Copenhagen. Trine has her work for sale on various online shops, head over to her site to check them out.
Michael Clinard specialises in general photography, photographing in many genres a few being humour, portrait, conceptual and corporate. Some of Michael's clients include; Amazon, Huffington Post and Popular Science. To contact or see more of his work, head over to his website.
Martín Azambuja has created this range of awesome vintage design work, he is based in Montevideo, Uruguay. “I’m interested both in developing group work as freelance projects and collaborations. I believe in the synthesis as a form of communication and try to reflect that in my work without interfering with unnecessary items.”
Here are some of JR Schmidt’s works, I have mostly included his 3D art designs and a couple of my favourite motion videos from his site. I found Schmidt’s online society6 shop which you should definitely check out. All of his work contains fantastic colors and a majority have great geometric lines and shapes that draw you in.
The “Shop Feature” post series has been started with the success of new online shops in mind, we want to help spread the word of such establishments to the right audience, our audience. Every shop featured on this website has been featured for one reason, they’re products are great! The service that they provide is beyond our knowledge. If you are interested in having your shop featured on our website, or would like to advertise. Please get in touch by clicking here. I came across Antikbar on twitter earlier on …