A series of atmospheric paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Jonathan Viner. Emerging from a medley of visual references live models, props and found photographsViner begins with a synthesis of visual reference materials gathered from live models, props, and found photographs. See more images below.
Illustrator Hanna Lee Joshi offers intimate reflections on her inner life with these lovely visual explorations. Discovered via our Submissions platform and selected as an Editor Pick. Click here if you have work of your own you’d like to share with us! See more images from “Yeuja” below.
South Korean artist Su Hyun Kim challenges our sense of emotional honesty with a series of lively images inspired by patterns of traditional Korean fabric. Playing up the often comical fervor of social and political gatherings, Kim’s paintings encourages us to question our complicity in the scenes with which we both delight and participate.
Lovely paintings of interior and exterior spaces by artist Sohyun Ahn from Bucheun, South Korea. This project was submitted by Ahn and selected as an Editor Pick. Consider participating here if you have work of your own you’d like to share with us! More images from “Lyrical times” below.
Toronto-based artist Jamiyla Lowe explores a nightmarish fantasy world inhabited by five different fictionalized civilizations. Love the detail and variety invested into each creature-species and their accompanying environment!
This project was discovered via our Submissions platform and selected as an Editor Pick. Click here if you have work of your own you’d like to share. See more images from Lowe’s elaborate series below.
A series of pen drawings by artist Jen Uman from Southern California. Uman uses deceptively simple, monochromatic imagery to convey traces of her inner life, as well as delightfully familiar expressions and feelings we can all relate to.
Artist Mladen Vracaric’s surreal depictions of the natural world offer a stunning yet slightly unnerving meditation on the spectacle of art and its creation. As he describes:
“I am trying to display a terrifying presence of something past all the animals who are solely the spectators in the vision of vegetation.”
See more images from “The Hidden” below.