Sensual portraits by MaryKt

MaryKt, full name Mary K. Theinert, is an artist living and working on Shelter Island, New York. Mary’s watercolor portraits are quite something: sometimes mysterious, sometimes sensual and other times slightly grotesque or even macabre. Mary believes that beauty can be subtle, and understanding beauty only begins when judgement leaves the room...

Eerie sculptures by Matthew J. Levin

Matthew J. Levin is an artist living and working in Los Angeles. To quote the wonderful Guillermo del Toro: “Mr. Levin’s portraiture is both quirky and mesmerizing. Each of his little sculptural sketches becomes a three-dimensional snapshot of the bizarre. Just as the eyes in a classical portrait are meant to “follow” you through the...

Elaborate, fierce portraits by Zan von Zed

Zan von Zed is a multi disciplinary artist from Sydney, Australia. There’s a red thread going through all of Zed’s work: whether it’s a sculpture, drawing, illustration or painting: the piece always shows a fierce, strong character. It might be the use of color, the strong highlights and deep shadows or maybe the dynamic poses and flowing...

Solitary portraits by Aida Pascual

Aida Pascual is a photographer living and working in Burgos, Spain. The movement of Classic Romanticism is one of Aida’s biggest influences, although she’s chosen a photo camera as her medium instead of a paint brush. One of the movement’s most well known artists, German painter Caspar Davis Friedrich, once said: “The painter should paint...

Distorted paintings by Andy Denzler

Andy Denzler is an artist living and working in Zürich, Switzerland. In his work Andy explores the sense of time, freezing one moment in time like you can do when you pause a movie. The glitches in his paintings might even remind you of years ago, when we still used VHS tapes that showed those lovely glitch strips when you paused, rewinded or...

Seductive, surreal paintings by Jolene Lai

Jolene Lai is an artist and illustrator born and raised in Singapore, currently living and working in Los Angeles. Although colorful and vibrant there’s a great sense of mystery in Jolene’s work: in her paintings she explores cities at night and let us meet their strange inhabitants. Jolene on her seductive aesthetic: “I find a preference...

Double exposed cityscapes by Christine Miess

Christine Miess is an analogue photographer living and working in Vienna, Austria. In her projects Time Collapsing and Lines Blurring Christine captures some of the most beautiful and well-known cities in the world in a way you haven’t seen them before, and makes you discover some of the most famous sight all over again. On her website Christine...