Re-imagining our daily lives in a miniaturist way

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Not every day we get to see ourselves from a different perspective, nor our activities in a miniaturist form. UK based  artist  Slinkachu has taken upon himself to help with that small matter. His design outfit make small people and place them in unique locations. “The scenes I set up, more evident through the photography and the titles I give these scenes, aim to reflect the loneliness and melancholy of living in a big city, almost being lost and overwhelmed. But underneath this, there is always some humour. I want people to be able to empathize… Continue reading Re-imagining our daily lives in a miniaturist way

Japanese, Chinese and Korean cultures into dark surreal art

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? Illustrator Zeenchin, aka Zeen Art, blends the influences Asian, Japanese, Chinese and Korean cultures into dark surreal worlds. The Malaysian artist who currently work as a freelance illustrator and concept artist for Applibot and Kingdom Death shared some of his work on Facebook. This former Art Director for Malaysia 3D CGI animation studio, created several of these Surreal art forms, some hauntingly beautiful, and others downright scary;  all pictures of ladies of the east Asian origins with his caricature forms of little demons. He worked on Legend Of The Cryptids, Galaxy Saga and Kingdom Death,… Continue reading Japanese, Chinese and Korean cultures into dark surreal art

Russian Artist designs beautiful, intricate dresses from Paper

Asya Kozina transforms pieces of paper into eccentric wigs and wedding dresses , originally  from St. Petersburg Russia, Asya Kozina, creates dresses and wigs from standard Whatman paper bought from an ordinary stationary shop.Working with white paper has become the … Continue reading Russian Artist designs beautiful, intricate dresses from Paper

Photographer Uses 160-Year-Old Camera To Take amazing Portraits

Giles Clement is an old fashion  photographer who likes to take his pictures n a unique way. Based in Nashville-This US photographer specializes in  eerily portraits using an antic camera of the  1800s. Citing his website; “My tintype images are … Continue reading Photographer Uses 160-Year-Old Camera To Take amazing Portraits