Stefan Guggisberg

One thing that grabs your attention while watching at German painter Stefan Guggisberg’s paintings is the use of colours. Bleak at first, yet rich and extremely detailed when you take another look. Stefan developed his own technique for creating the layered background: with the brush he nudges oil paint smoothly and in different directions all...

Chris Anthony

Los Angeles based photographer Chris Anthony had probably the best title for a show ever: ‘I’m the most normal person I know’. Well, normal as he may be, his work is far from that! I’m not too fond of his heavily photoshopped photo-collages, but his portrait work has a really beautiful mysterious twist. Website:    ...

Jen Mann

Canadian artist Jen Mann focusses on painting works in which she explores the subconscious. In her own words she want to ‘focus on the ideas of freedom, perceived beauty, identity and home’. Website:                      

Hunger Magazine issue #2

Ok, I’ll admit: I’m addicted to magazines. I just can’t help it, there are so many good ones! And just when you think you’ve seen it all you discover a new one… In this case it’s called ‘Hunger’ and I got my hand on issue #2. Hunger is a biannual magazine made by photographer and publisher Josh Rankin Waddell, better known under his working...

Ellen Rogers

What’s a better way to start a blog then creating a feature about one of your favourite artists of today? I’m speaking of British photographer Ellen Rogers. In this digital era she stands out with her analog photography and her (top secret!) way of developing and colouring her photos makes her shots stand out every time. Website: