Jacob Ring captured images in Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia, as well as Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand. His collections of film photographs are done on straight 35mm and shot on an old nikon f4. The collection was created to document travels to various destinations, while focusing on visual abstraction and strong color depth.
This stop motion video was mainly created out of yarn. It’s beautiful.
Matthias Männer was born in 1976 in Mitterteich, Germany. His organic-like figures are based on simple geometrical forms and are mostly prototypes or models for hypothetical monumental sculptures. On account of their dimensions, true execution would be utopian.
Dennis Busch records songs under silly monikers such as James Din A4, Pop Dylan, and Krieghelm Hundewasser. In 2006 he set up MadeWithHate as a graphics and fashion outlet to complete his artist cycle. The projects form MadewithHate are fresh from Ottersberg, Germany, so check them out cause it was a long
flight email to L.A.
If you like pretty ladies, gypsies, wild beasts, and mystical sunsets, I bet you would love the photography of Alexandra Valenti. You can just tell this girl knows how to live and we are jealous. So keep it up Alexandra! Oh and her site is rad so check it out (click her name).
Will Ritson sent us an email of some of his work. This guy knows how to push a pencil. His illustrations are pretty sweet, so enjoy!
So hopefully you watch Family Guy (or at least Disney as a child) to understand how amazing this is… the show imagined what it would look like if the characters were all transported into the wonderful world of Disney. The illustrators did an amazing job on this one. Total classic.