TaylorJames Studio has some amazing CGI and post production work on their portfolio site. Not only is the photography and effects fantastic but they bring a level of creativity to the projects that take it beyond a “looks cool” approach that is so common with effects.
British artist Chris Martin has a hell of a portfolio filled with witty and playful illustrations.
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Ari Saarto’s IN SITU documents the temporary structures and shelters that the homeless create. These primitive structures are reminders of how fragile life can be and highlights the instinctual need for man to have a place called home, regardless of how basic or unrefined it is.
Carlie Armstrong’s Work Place site is a fantastic ongoing documentary project documenting the work places of Portland creatives. Whether it’s a painter, a musician, or designer, Carlie aims to not just understand the creative process but to also document the spaces that contain them.
Crajes Mind Game is a collaborative project by two young artists in Spain. Their mix of big eyed girls with grotesque imagery will satisfy your urge for cute as well as your love for gore.
Music video director Allen Cordell mixes hypercolored imagery, grotesque story lines, and tripped out low-fi effects like its nobodies business. Case in point, the below music video for Gentlemen Drivers single Valdor. Yup, that’s a giant muppet attacking your family during a holiday dinner. Yes sir, someone gets their arms cut off during this 5:10 minute video. Yes ma’am, you want to watch this incredible music video after the jump!
Exquisite relief sculptures by Diederick Kraaijeveld using discarded and reclaimed wood.