If you remember, Alex Trochut was first featured in Issue: T of Beautiful/Decay with both an in-depth interview as well as an amazing cover graphic. (You can still get a copy here!) Since our interview, Alex’s career has exploded with interviews across the globe in some of the best art and design publications! Watch the video and see why he is one of the most interesting and most sought after typographers and illustrators in the last decade.
Decontruct. Reconstruct. Gabi Trinkaus’ collages make for portraits that, at a distance, look like paintings of gorgeous people. On closer inspection, they bring details of chopped up textures, words, and logos.
Marble sculpture installations by Thom Puckey.
Exceptionally bizarre and fantastical sculptures by Japanese artist Odani Motohiko.
Simon Johan‘s wilderness photographs and sculptures are like portraits of animals you’d want to meet.
Born in Norway and having studied in New York and Sweden, Johan’s work has been exhibited and showcased in many venues including LACMA, Brooklyn Museum of Art, and none other than Beautiful/Decay Issue J!
Sculptures and sculptural jewelry by artist Stephanie Inagaki, her works look like treasured relics from a strange distant past that never happened.
Italian born, London based artist Manuel Vason explores the relationship between performance art and photography.
Erwin Olaf‘s high gloss photography has a dark twist that I just love. His Royal Blood and Grief series were my favorite, though all of his sets have quirky themes to them.