Gabriele Beveridge creates sculptural assemblages in which she stages found photos and magazine cuttings amongst arrangements of other materials.
Los Angeles-based artist Pia Habekost creates mixed media artworks on fashion editorials by painting, cutting and layering various media.
Petros Vrellis created a new project explores a completely new way to knit, a few thousand meters of continuous black thread are knitted as straight lines to draw portraits.
Moutier based artist Saype has painted on grass – a giant 10,000 square meter man in the mountains of Leysin, Switzerland.
Miami-based artist Jason Seife created a new series of paintings, perfectly renders the complex patterns of old Persian carpets with a mixture of acrylic and ink.
Menja Stevenson created a series titled “Bustour”, that was a combination of performance art, photography, and sociology experiment.
For the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, French artist JR released a series of giant installations featuring athletes interacting with the city.
Talented Chilean street artist Seco Sánchez has created a large scale, super realistic boombox mural to make a tribute to hip hop culture of 80’s.
Sébastien Staub in collaboration with Franz & René Agency created a series of playful aerial photography for the Office de la circulation et de la navigation du canton de Fribourg – OCN.
The Floating Piers – Walking on Water Project created by artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude to be on view at Italy’s Lake Iseo from June 18 to July 3, 2016.
Our Changing Seas III is the third in Courtney Mattison’s series of large-scale ceramic coral reef installations that celebrates the exotic beauty of coral reefs while highlighting the threats they face.
Jimmy Marble is a director, photographer, designer, and muralist living in Los Angeles, CA. His works are colourful, minimal and unique.