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Harding Meyer’s Glitchy Portraits Will Hypnotize You

The author of these hypnotizing glitchy portraits is Harding Meyer, an artist from Berlin. His portraits are colorful but the most distinctive thing about them are the brushstrokes he...

Artist Creates Vibrant Portraits Using African Fabrics

Artist Bisa Butler creates vibrant portraits using colorful fabrics, turning her creations into quilt-like magic. Drawing inspiration from African textures and textiles, she layers her fabrics to form her African...

Sheena Liam Embroiders Intimate Self-Portraits

Within the small frame of an embroidery hoop, Malaysian artist Sheena Liam tells a lot about herself. She uses one-color thread to show herself at intimate moments. This mainly concerns the...

Behind the Scenes Stories of Beautiful Instagram Photos

People who are used to spending time in front of the Instagram news feed are certainly used to crossing all kinds of photos. Selfies, holiday photos, and more or...

This Artist Draws Portraits through Innovative ‘Hand Stamping’

Artist Russell Powell has developed an interesting method for painting detailed artful portraits. The artist became interested in painting 16 years ago when he became a teacher, and developed his hands stamping...

Picturesque: Between Painting and Photography

Picturesque is the neo-pictorial project of German photographer Ezgi Polat, who has created a series of portraits that look almost like paintings. In the nineteenth century, photography has found a place next...

Drawing with Fabric: Benjamin Shine’s Tulle Portraits

British artist Benjamin Shine draws hyper-realistic faces using only tulle. No brushes, sprays or palettes are used; Shine only relies on an iron to shape the tulle and create surprising veiled...

Artist Captures the Effervescence of the ’90s

On the occasion of the release of her book The Untamed Eye, American photographer Stephanie Pfriender Stylander organized an exposition of 16 years of photos captured between 1990 and 2006 in...

This Stylist Revamps Renaissance Portraits With Current Fashion Pieces

For Italian stylist Antonio Patruno Randolfi, creating anachronistic portraits is a way of combining his two passions, namely contemporary fashion and the history of art, and more specifically portraits. A great...

The Public and the Private Personas of Celebrities

Bored by the set-up of conventional festival photograph booths, Andrew H. Walker adopted an unorthodox strategy to VIP portraiture at Toronto Film Festival. Walker approached some of the stars and celebrities...

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