Skip to main content


Showing posts from December 30, 2015

thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

crossconnectmag: Originally from Poland, Beata Chrzanowska has...

crossconnectmag : Originally from Poland, Beata Chrzanowska has lived most of her life in Chicago. She got her BFA at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design where she studied Integrated Studio Arts with a focus in painting and drawing the human form. Since then she has migrated to New York where she continues an active career in the arts painting from her studio in Queens. Beata’s works are compositionally, chromatically and geometrically conscious. They are puzzles that she builds from a single figurative line drawing. Once the first colors are placed, every additional color is affected until a compositional balance is created. The work exists to demonstrate a non-traditional execution of the flesh and sexuality, arising attention to the moments she finds most intriguing and inviting the audience to experience that same driven thrill through the femme.                                                           && Don’t forget our FACEBOOK

Collages by @Raul Ruzzene For more check out his...

Collages by @Raul Ruzzene For more check out his Tumblr: via Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by Margaret

nonconcept: Unique window designed by Torsten Ottesjö....

nonconcept : Unique window designed by Torsten Ottesjö . (Photography: David Relan)

Seen From Above - The Art of Besty Hale BannenBetsy Hale Bannen...

Seen From Above - The Art of Besty Hale Bannen Betsy Hale Bannen is an artist and an instructor in drawing and painting at the School of Visual Arts Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia.  Her art focuses on landscapes: specifically landscapes viewed from the air or from an orbital perspective.   From this view it is possible to see agricultural areas around the world and the way modern farming has transformed the landscapes.   Betsy writes on her website : The experience of flying and the views from satellites gives a clear view of the changes humans have imposed on the planet-an impact that to me is both beautiful and disturbing at the same time. And yet there are terrains that defy transformation and it is the meeting point of the man-made and the untamable that is the most fascinating to me-where cultivated land hits desert, where cities meet rivers, and where highways meet mountains. The irregular shapes of the overall paintings reflect that. The specific image

Works from the talented motion designer Igor Piwowarczyk from...

Works from the talented motion designer  Igor Piwowarczyk  from Poland. Cross Connect Mag is always on the move… View posts similar to this | Twitter | Facebook  | Submit

Designing Infographics That Last

Designing Infographics That Last

Colourful Liquid Splashes Captured at 1/3500th of a Second Look...

Colourful Liquid Splashes Captured at 1/3500th of a Second Look Like Floating Sculptures Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto of Floto+Warner Studio recently produced this beautiful series of photos titled Clourant that seemingly turns large splashes of colorful liquid into glistening sculptures that hover in midair. The photos were shot at a speed of 1/3,500th of a second, taking special care to disguise the origin of each burst making images appear almost digital in nature (the duo assures no Photoshop was used). They share about the project: Colourant is a series of events that pass you by as an imperceptible flash. A fleeting moment, that blocks and obscures the landscape, a momentary graffiti of air and space. Creating shapes of nature not experienced by the human eye, these short-lived anomalies are frozen for us to view at 3500th of a second. Transforming the non-discernible and ephemeral to the eternal. The essence of photography—immortalize the transitory.

It Turns Out That Dad Texts Are Even Better Than Dad Jokes (21 pics)

If you find yourself constantly laughing at dad jokes, you're going to love dad texts.