Floating figures and dream worlds painted by Dorian Vallejo

Some people are born to become artists. American painter Dorian Vallejo is one of those people. Dorian started creating art when he was little, encouraged by his creative family. He sold his first commission at the age of 11 and attended the School of Visual Arts in New York when he grew older. Fascinated by many techniques Dorian explored all...

Hypnotic, psychedelic illustrations by Paulegu

Paulegu is a graphic designer and illustrator from Vilnius, Lithuania. For the creation of her hypnotic, mysterious illustrations Paulé finds inspiration in many different places. From ancient cultures and their gods to mythology, from nature to horror films; all leave traces in her wonderful, surreal work. Paulé’s work is mostly done in...

Adventurous landscape photography by Robin Mellway

Robin Mellway is a photographer from North America who knows how to capture the beauty of the world around him. It’s easy to take a snapshot on a beautiful location, taking a photo that reflects the atmosphere of the place is a lot tougher. Some artists I featured on Bleaq earlier know how to do that, Kamila Nora Netikova and Rafael M. Milani...

Hyper realistic portrait paintings by Mary Jane Ansell

A first glimpse at Brighton based artist Mary Jane Ansell’s work might make you think I made an error in the title of this feature: are these works truly paintings? I have to admit I was a bit confused when I first came across one of these paintings as well, they just seem to good to be true. Creating these super realistic portraits takes a lot...

Minimalistic, surreal portrait photography by Gabriel Isak

Gabriel Isak is a photographer from Huskvarna, Sweden, currently living and working in San Francisco. Gabriel started his career in photography quite young, when his father gave him a compact camera. Gabriel found the camera to be the perfect tool to start documenting the world around him. A passion turned into a career; today Gabriel has build an...

Giant kinetic, organic shaped metal sculptures by Patrice Hubert

Every once in a while I find myself looking at an artist’s work and wish I’d be able to crawl through my computer screen and admire the pieces of art in person. Recently I had that feeling again whilst looking at the portfolio of Patrice ‘Pit’ Hubert, a sculptor from France. Patrice creates gigantic, organic shaped metal sculptures that...