Pablo Maire was born in Chile in 1975.Poet and visual artist. It has two books, one published in Valparaiso entitled "Write these verses Back". A second published by Editorial Fuga of Chile in November 2011 and entitled "Navels". He has been invited to several meetings, most notably the International Poetry Festival of Bogota (2008), Tijuana Caracol Festival of Poetry (2009), International ...Читать далее →
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Brian Barrer creative photographer from Barrie, ON, Canada. Breaking down the meaning of images and assembling new contexts is the basis for my work. Since the early 1990s I have used mixed media and photographic assemblage to express an ever evolving imagination. These often take the form of vibrant aesthetic experiences that fuse playful abstractions with the intensified realism of captured ...Читать далее →
Quebec born Ysabel LeMay's artistic journey is itself a "Journey into Simplicity". In 1987 she began a thriving career as a graphic artist working for several prominent advertising agencies before opening her own firm in Vancouver. Seeking greater fulfillment, she made a transition into the fine arts studying painting at the Emily Carr University of Art. In 2002 she left ...Читать далее →
Designed by Duncan Frazier and Steve McGuigan of Brookyln-based BitBanger Labs, the Pixelstick is a fancy new gadget for creating long-exposure light paintings. The device reads digital images created in Photoshop (or any other editor) and displays them one line at a time through an array of 198 full-color RGB LEDs. The images can be any height up to 198 ...Читать далее →
A self-taught photographer with a background in painting, Greg Holland‘s art is an interesting combination of the two forms of art. Continuously exploring the relation between people and their environments, he focuses on portraiture in which faces emerge or recede from the background. In his day time job, Greg is teaching full time, but recently he decided to put this job ...Читать далее →
The Glow is a colorful, paint-splattered series by Brazil-based photographer Sarah Leal. Using neon paints and a black light, Leal narrows in on certain features and details of the human body. The orange and green paint splatters mix together with blue skin to create surreal compositions where lips and hands pop out against the darkness. Leal reveals to us a hidden ...Читать далее →