She traveled around the world with the artist photographer mother in her childhood years, and now Zaria Forman is an artist herself. Unlike her mother she doesn’t use a camera, but she can take pictures with soft pastels on paper that looks like photographs.
Benoit Lapray‘s project shows portraits of famous superheroes lost in their own thoughts somewhere in nature. Lapray writes that, “Perhaps they are quite simply on a quest to find themselves?”
Artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo and Blue Sky Painters Company transformed Iran’s capital city, Tehran, into a huge gallery of surral paintings with these huge murals done on what once were grey pieces of concrete.
Urs Fischer is an artist originally from Switzerland who creates both sculptural and installations pieces. Fischer is currently based out of New York.
Guy le Tatooer, is one of our favorites artists/tattooists, he is French and lives Toulouse. Guy had a very interesting exhibit at Paris’ La Galerie Gimpel & Müller, he has been using silicone molds of his arm and using a traditional electric tattoo method, Guy then produced these unique works.
Ukrainian nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko shoots amazing macro photographs of little creatures in the wood that seem coming from a fairy world.
Mitsumi Flores is an artist and designer from Carlsbad, California.
L.I.S.A. stands for Little Italy Street Art, a project started by Wayne Rada in 2012. The mission is to bring a diverse group of street artists together in the Little Italy area of downtown on historic Mulberry Street, between Broome and Canal to create Manhattan’s only mural district. Many artists are now involved, such as Tristan Eaton, Ludo, Ron English, Jon Burgerman and many others.