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Born in Leningrad, photographer and photo manipulator Vladimir Fedotko currently lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia. After discovering Adobe Photoshop in 2005, Fedotko has used a combination of traditional drawing, photography and computer processing to create his unique images. More artworks on: http://fedotko.35photo.ru/
Jill Greenberg is an American photographer famous for her ‘fine art’ studio portraits. Her work is relatively unique due to her elaborate use of a ‘painting with light technique’ when editing her images. This effect generally works best with exaggerated facial expressions, which led to the production of her most controversial work End Times. For this series […]
Mr. Magee’s work like many of the street artists is big. They are our Cistene Chapels, our murals. Mr. Magee works in a realistic style. And they look to be real attention grabbers when you’re travelling down the street. The pieces work better on these large scales. Reduced to a computer screen they are not as […]
Recently a lot of women artists coming from Africa and the Middle East are achieving greater success day by day. Some of them are from Iran, such as the well known actress Golshifteh Farahani, who played the film “About Elly”, winner of the Silver Bear in Berlin Film Festival, and Shirin Neshat who won the […]
Widely regarded as one of the most influential writers of the 20th century, Ernest Miller Hemingway shaped the course of popular literature while helping define the culture of contemporary American life. A prolific writer, Hemingway garnered global fame for his terse yet poignant writing style that has provided inspiration for generations of writers to follow. Born […]
The painting is to portray a person, landscape or circumstance that the artist perceives or believe in his imaginary world. Paco Pomet, shows his oils to refresh the reality. Are almost photographs. The finishing touches of painting and drawing and the position of the elements that makes us thinkabout the times and places that tries to recreate or represent.
Tim Marlow, British art historian has produced a series of four programs that addresses our fascination with the subject of nude subjects in art. He says, “The nude was not always ‘sexy’.” In part one, we meet perhaps the first work of art to depict a nude subject, a 25,000 year old miniature statue that […]
Like my post “Women: the machine“, this time I found a picture that makes us think about the mechanical animals.
The photographs are of Skeleton Digital Art Studio which specializes in creating original works of art as well as collaborating with photographers, art directors and designers requiring assistance fulfilling their visions on challenging projects.