A fun series of digital illustrations by CGI artist Andrei Lacatusu from Bucharest, Romania. See more images from “Social Decay” below.
Romanian Creative Platform Experimentalist.RO recently held their first ever exhibition, featuring 30 emerging Romanian artists and over 100 works. Accompanying the work there were live drawing sessions with artists SeReBe and Robert Obert, and a sculpture crafted by Wood Be Nice. Have a look at more of the work below.
Welp, now we’ve seen everything. Just last week, a new cafe opened in Romania called Enigma that claims to be “the world’s first kinetic steampunk bar.” We have no way to verify if that’s true, but it certainly looks impressive from these photos, if you’re into that sort of thing. A slightly terrifying humanoid robot with a plasma lamp cranium bicycles by the door, and a variety of kinetic artworks churn and rotate on both the ceiling and walls. Watch the video to take a peek inside, and if you’re in town you can visit Enigma Cafe at Enigma at Iuliu Maniu, Nr 12, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Photos by Zoly Zelenyak from The 6th-Sense Interiors. (via Steampunk Tendencies)
Romanian photographer and freelance journalist Tamas Paczai is currently based in Kyrgyzstan. This photo is from “Dream about Motherland (I),” a nostalgic series depicting scenes of rural life in Romania. See more images below.