Eduardo Recife is a popular illustrator. I particularly enjoy the variety of his work, vintage mixed with the modern.
I find the mix of traditional japanese and pop culture as well as the use of intense detail in the following works by Ferris Plock original and vibrant.
I absolutely adore the otherworldly feel of her paintings. They all include very everyday objects and scenery but then she throws in insanely saturated colours and shapes and patterns which completely transforms the scene. Perhaps what attracts me to Amy Shackleton’s work is the utterly bonkers yet beautiful places she takes the viewer to through the paintings.
I find David Maisel’s photographs enchanting. His work consists heavily of images from the perspective of birds eye view which makes the landscapes appear abstract. The careful use of colour gives these images an almost painting quality.
The following photographs are part of David Maisel’s ‘The Lake Project’.
A photographer/designer who I’ve recently come across in another blog of all places. I find the following images incredibly entertaining perhaps because of the spin on prspective. When first viewing these images we get the sense than the subjects are standing the right way up. Although, on closer inspection we see that is not at all the case.