Graphic Tattoos by Okan Uçkun Being one of the pioneers in his specialties, Okan Uçkun is primarily doing minimal and linework. Born in 1986, Okan, always seeked out the flawless with all kinds of styles in which he focused, and with that attitude he took, he believes that the tattoo is a completion of self through grasping impeccable motion & action. Actively working in fields such as; VideoArt, photography, plastic arts, design and architecture, and having several exhibitions in these fields (via Okan Uçkun ). . Connect with Us on Facebook // Posted by Fransi
Anna Dabrowska - The Ultimate Collage Artist Anna Dabrowska (aka Finnabair) is a Polish artist now residing in Ireland. Her collage work is lavish, and encompasses fine art work and commercial work. Anna uses an amazing array of objects which are colored, layered and arranged in perfect harmony. All of this creates amazing stylish and contemporary art. You can see more of Anna Dabrowska’s portfolio on Flickr . Want substance and style? Visit our Facebook Page . Posted by Lisa .
Dot By Dot by Ana Enshina Ana Enshina is a freelance artist and architectural student from London who uses her creative eye to envision majestic animals as an abundance of multicolored spots. By utilizing different shapes and sizes for her dots, Enshina is able to incorporate a pronounced sense of whimsicality into her work. In turn, this playfulness helps to bring the artist’s subjects to life as they pop off the page in a succession of vivid hues and dotted forms. Follow her on Instagram . You need the art in order to love the life. We guarantee you that! posted by Margaret
crossconnectmag : The Carved Photographs Of Michel Lamoller German artist Michel Lamoller takes multiple photographs of the same place at different times, then prints and layers them, physically carving them into one image, sculpting two-dimensional space into three-dimensions. By then photographing the transformed image Lamoller returns the work to two-dimensions, playing with space and volume, echoing the compression of time and place in his work. The deconstructed figures in the resulting photographs are a visual reminder that people are always changing and never fully revealed. via Discover more of these gems on our Facebook . posted by Margaret