Kylli Sparre

September 1, 2014 § Leave a comment


Kylli Sparre is a fine art photographer whose main subject are her own self-portraits. These dance inspired images use outdoor settings: water, ice, mountains and the sea to enhance their creativity. She fuses years of ballet training to good effect. She has a show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions.






Mathematical GIFs

August 31, 2014 § Leave a comment


Dublin-based PhD student Dave Whyte is currently studying physics and has a knack for mathematical GIFs. The artist cum scientist publishes new work on a daily basis on his Tumblr Bees & Bombs.







August 31, 2014 § Leave a comment

Sunday Diptych: I Dreamt of Us

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BLD089100 Steve Prezant
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Ho Fan

August 31, 2014 § Leave a comment


“Award-wining photographer Fan Ho has won 280 awards from international exhibitions and competitions worldwide since 1956. Ho has been elected Fellow of the Photographic Society of America, Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, England; Honorary Member of the Photographic Societies of Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Brazil, Argentina, Singapore and etc, and was honored with One-Man-Shows in the above countries. Ho’s works can be seen and have been published in many International Photographic Annuals all over the world.”






August 30, 2014 § Leave a comment


The LA landscape at night as photographed and documented by Amanda Friedman in an ongoing project.


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August 30, 2014 § Leave a comment

Saturday Diptych: Emptied Nest.  By Ophelia Chong 

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Drawing in Space

August 30, 2014 § Leave a comment


New Zealand based sculptor Neil Dawson likes to create floating illustrations as suspended sculpture. His work ranges from drawing in space to much more intricate works.

“There’s something sanctified about a gallery environment because the works are physically and visually static,” Dawson says. “With public sculpture there’s a real dynamism because it’s constantly changing with the light and the elements. The majority of my work has more holes in it than substance – it’s about looking through things, not just at things. There’s always an element of surprise,” he says. “When art is frozen in a gallery, it loses those possibilities.”

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