The most comprehensive exploration of the art of the Japanese garden published to date, this book covers more than eight centuries of the history of this important genre.
Japanese artist, Toru Kurokawa, creates abstract organic ceramic shapes.
Photographer Joseph Ford collaboration with a knitter Nina Dodd for a Knitted Camouflage series.
Pomet lives and works in Grenada, Spain, and is represented by galleries in Spain, the US, and Denmark.
Melbourne-based photographer's Tokyo night scenes.
She is currently living in Stockholm/Kullavik, Sweden and has been working as an artist since 1986.
Berlin-based artist Katharina Grosse’s installation, newly unveiled in Sydney’s Carriageworks.
A seascape and ocean photographer living on the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Photographer Paul Octavious collaboration with PAWS, the city’s largest no-kill animal shelter.
Rock, bronze and wood sculptures by a self-taught French artist.
Graphite drawings by UK-based artist.
A freelance Illustrator living in Sigtuna just outside of Stockholm Sweden.
Residing in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand, Ben Young is a self-taught artist who has been making glass sculpture for over 15 years and has exhibited alongside well-known glass artists both internationally and in Australia.
Japanese artist creates a miniature diorama for the daily calendar since 2011.
San Francisco California is known for its foggy weather. The Fog in the bay area feels like it has a mind of its own.
Berlin based artist, who specializes in single line tattoos.
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“My main goal always is to try to capture the emotions and feelings my animals feel while I take the photos of them”
Self-taught architectural photographers based in Valencia, Spain.
Digital art installation debuts in Melbourne, Australia.
2017 Contest Winners.
The science fiction epic that changed anime and manga forever is presented in six beautiful hardcover volumes.
50 Years of NASA Space Exploration Seen through Hasselblad Cameras.
Drone photos of New York City by Humza Deas.
Sterile, geometric beauty of old pools set the tone for these photographs.
Flying in a helicopter high above the coast of Greece, German photographer captures unusual networks of circular fish farms.
“a form that takes shape not from a brush or any human-made implement or gesture, but purely from its own viscosity and the air it falls through, as analogous to the building blocks that make up the human body (DNA) or even its mimetic representation (the pixel).”
Black and white photos from the streets of Rome.
As a painter, Waito has continued to pursue this inspiration, with a focus towards geology, geometry, light, and a sense of wonder and curiosity.
“The mundane and the magic intermesh and merge through the porthole that acts as a two-way eye, the window of a flying living room, of a spaceship galley”
Santin juxtaposes flattened planes with tangible forms carved by light and shadow to create a continuous perceptual dialogue in each work.
Layers of matter and sensation, with a happy collision of texture and transparency.
An independent artist and illustrator who is passionate about details. He combines modern influences with what is barely affected by time – nature motifs.
Isometric rendering of New York City as built with LEGO bricks.
These paintings are about trauma, fear and loneliness and the strength that it takes to survive and thrive.
“When I realized my first floor piece about eight years ago, it represented an attempt to break with the shiny surface of the synthetic resin works.”
Photographer captures birds outside of their traditional context, taking various breeds into her studio to photograph without distraction.
Selection of Adam's geometric reductive watercolor paintings.
Visionary illustrator shapes imaginary stories using the pen and the paper.
Spanish photographer has figured out a way to take pictures of migrating birds while retaining the fluid sense of motion.