Howard Lee creates Hyperrealist and stop-motion animations from his drawings. He experiments with a multitude of drawing techniques in order to capture the most life like images. It is almost impossible to differentiate between what is real and what is a drawing.
Alex Nero is an artist from New York City that experiments with innovative techniques and captures impeccable images. He examines the chemistry of different types of paint dissolving in water. Nero’s thought provoking photographs are uniquely interpreted masterpieces that resemble one’s subconscious. Today, his eye dropping work has reached the masses.
Andreas von Chrzanowski better known as CASE, is a graffiti artist from Frankfurt. He is famous for his life-like artwork, all around Europe and the USA, which are representations of human bodies. Case is one of the members of the 4 person graffiti artist crew “Maclaim”, founded in 2000. Maclaim is seen as one of the pioneers in realistic representations within the graffiti community.
Alan Lawrence, an art director and a dad-of-six living in Utah, has recreated the famous Xmas tradition: the Elf on the Shelf by turning his own baby boy into the cutest elf ever. He came up with a story about the little elf and started photographing his playful and a little naughty acts on his blog called “That Dad Blog”. Lawrence says “all of [their] friends do the Elf on the Shelf and [he] always thought it was sort of creepy, but also sort of fun.” Then he had the idea of “what if it was a real elf? And of course, being parents, [he] already has the cutest little 4-month-old. So [he] decided to make a fun series.”
Architect Mark Foster Gage recently released a proposal design protesting what he calls “boxes clad in steel and glass.” M.F.G and his team gave the nickname “The Khaleesi” for the proposed building for 41 W 57th St. The exterior covered in detailed gargoyles and really does look well-suited for the mother of dragons. The 102-story residential building will offer breathtaking views of Central Park. Gage says “the goal was high levels of detail… High Resolution Architecture”.
Red Hong Yi, is an artist who creates impeccable pieces using everyday, unconventional materials. She gets inspiration from her environment and the multitude of affordable materials available from wholesale markets.
To celebrate the release of the new Star Wars movies, Red Hong Yi has created shadow figures of the leading characters such as: Darth Vader, R2-D2, Yoda and Chewbacca.
Victor Enrich, a self-taught digital artist/photographer from Barcelona creates hypnotic photos of buildings by manipulating them. Enrich captures building images from all over the world. He believes “each part of the city acts as a catalyst of feelings, ideas and digressions that, once after its empowered soul emerges, becomes alive, unrestricted from norms, ready to fly into new, yet unexplored shapes.”
Robin Cerutti, a photographer from Montreal, has captured remarkable images underwater. In his recent series called “Mirror” he has created a pathway into parallel worlds. The water’s surface resembles a doorway into other surreal worlds; just as in Alice in Wonderland.
Ellery Mann, a very creative artist, creates cosmic collages by combining vintage photos with cosmic photographs. His hypnotic sceneries display people in surreal settings, possibly other dimensions.