Trippy portraits by Abhishek Joshi. Part of an ongoing exploration of refraction in his photographic and design work. Having worn glasses since the age of 4, the series sees Joshi’s psychedelic introspection into his own relationship with refraction as it relates to his vision. See more from “Optical Delusions” below.
A selection of graphic work by Tylor Macmillan (previously featured here). See more images below.
Vienna-based artist Julia Faber (previously featured here).
A selection of recent work by Swedish artist EKTA (previously featured here). See more images below.
A selection of murals by Bali-born, Athens-based artist WD (Wild Drawing). See more images below.
Paintings by artist Sarah Slappey. Exploring subtly horrifying worlds of lushly contorted appendages, the lightness and delicacy of Slappey’s work is consistently offset by her own dark sense of humour. As she herself describes:
“Paradoxes within both the natural and human world are my main concern: softness is counterbalanced with aggression, comfort with vulnerability, banal with the uncanny, and masculine with feminine. I often reduce the figure down to only hands, feet, and limbs; it is unclear if they are attached to anyone at all. Beings within my work both caress and torment one another, and the paintings border on a razor-thin edge between sweet and sinister.”
See more images below.