Stavros Damos is a professional illustrator from Greece who draws and paints mostly for magazines, newspapers and a variety of publishing companies. With his unique illustrative style, Stavros constructs his artworks as if they were sculptures with angular shapes and fabric like shading. Check out this fabulous project below where he has illustrated one of my favorite bands; The Rolling Stones.
Maria Stromvik, a Swedish photographer who for the second time now has found herself in our archives. We previously featured her stunning collection of black and white land and water scapes; here we are focusing on her underwater portraits, also in black and white. We've come across many underwater photography projects and this is unlike any of them!
Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada a Cuban American contemporary Artist that is not afraid of going big. With a portfolio stacked with large scale portraits, it is not a surprise that the people behind the Belfast Festival in 2013 approached Jorge to create the UK and Irelands largest land art portrait.
Here we have a collection of illustrated portraits from the portfolio of Joel Benjamin. Joel is a UK based Illustrator with a style one won't forget, his clever use of line and tone is what transform these simplistic illustrations into something far more complex. The splash of color in the background of these portraits makes for a great framing solution! something I'll remember for the future. To see more of Joel's work visit his portfolio.
This fantastic project by Irina Werning gives people the opportunity to reenact photos from when they were younger. The idea is quite a popular one that I see many people attempting themselves, but not to this level. The attention to detail, lighting and color are near perfection, making the combination of the two photos much more interesting. I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start sniffing for them. Most of us are fascinated by their retro look but …