French artist Fabienne Rivory blends his black and white photographs with watercolors to create these very refined, dream-like images. The beginning is always the same – a photograph from the artist’s collection which gets a splash of color bringing it closer to the memory of it and evoking the feeling that moment produced. With this simple move, the images become universally understood and no longer bound to a personal experience.
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“SWARTE is an open source of imagination which transforms contemporary topics into fine art. While generating feelings, we are trying to connect the world to a large amount of ideas and visions, which are supposed to make people reconsider themselves – this time in a colorful, provocative and intriguing manner. As we are creating stories about the day of tomorrow we believe that one can indulge himself to recognize his own core in one of our works and see it … Read the rest
Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has exposed a bed of crystals to the Tchaikovsky’s music and the result is an incredibly expressive icy surface. The crystals picked up on the tonal vibrations and created these highly specific formations.
“Nature shows us a beauty that exceeds our imagination,” says Tokujin Yoshioka. “The forms of nature are unique and cannot be reproduced. This endows them with mysterious beauty and makes them fascinating to us”.
Icelandic photographer Marino Thorlacius took these aerial photographs above the stark landscape of his home country. Apart from the unique colors of the geography, his imagery takes a different approach to this type of imagery – they take on and celebrate flatness. This way the photographs provoke two ways of understanding at the same time – as three dimensional spaces and as flat, subtle patterns on a 2d plane.
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Hina Aoyama is an artist from Yokohama, Japan. Currently lresiding in Ferney-Voltaire, France, Aoyama began exploring “ultra-fine lacy paper cuttings” since 2000. Using just a pair of scissors, Aoyama creates her intricate and very delicate works of art. With a steady hand and incredible patience, she has earned a variety of awards and her pieces have been included in exhibition shows around the world.
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