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Digital Art by Yu Cheng Hong

Digital Art by Yu Cheng Hong

January 31st, 2015

Yu Cheng Hong is an illustrator and a concept artist based in Taipei, Taiwan. More Inspirations

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Close-Up by Ilya Rattman

Close-Up by Ilya Rattman

January 30th, 2015

Hot lips & eyes photography by Ilya Rattman. Visit Ilya Rattman

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Awesome Concept Art by Sam Hogg

Awesome Concept Art by Sam Hogg

January 30th, 2015

Collection of various creative concept illustrations by Sam Hogg. Visit Sam Hogg

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Peers TV by Papshevstudio

Peers TV by Papshevstudio

January 30th, 2015

Design and visualization of the teaser campaign for “Peers TV” by Papshevstudio. Visit Papshevstudio

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Pink Lady by Eiko Ojala

Pink Lady by Eiko Ojala

January 30th, 2015

Illustrations for “Pink Lady” apples by Eiko Ojala. Visit Eiko Ojala

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Surreal collages by Natasa Stanisic

Natasa Stanisic graduated as an Engineer of Architecture with specialization in urban planning, but she is currently involved in many artistic practices and works as an independent curator, mail artist, video artist…

The most impressive works from her portfolio are her collages – often surreal and combining unusual elements, creating characters and landscapes that seem to belong to the sphere of dreams and subconscious, evoking complex emotions, and sometimes adding humor to the mix.


One of the exhibitions that Natasa has curated is titled ‘Archetypology’ a show about archetypal characters and stories which deals, among other things, with the subconscious – especially with the Jungian interpretation of importance of archetypes and the collective subconscious in psychology. The subconscious seems to be a very important area of interest for Natasa.


The fragmented, recombined images are the ‘signature’ feature of Natasa’s work



Natasa is a prolific mail-artist – she has participated in many mail-art shows all around the world, and she has organized/curated several as well. Mail-art/Fluxus art often employs elements of dadaism, anti-art, mixed media techniques, and a sense of humor…

Natasa doesn’t shy away from dealing with negative and frightening emotions, either – one of the mail-art shows she has worked on is titled ‘A Book About Death’, and she often explores the ideas of dealing with pain, loss, death, and the ideas of afterlife.

Collage/Stopmotion video by Natasa Stanisic

\’Private Joy\’ on Vimeo

You can see more of Natasa’s work at http://www.behance.net/natasastanisic/frame


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