Brooklyn based graphic designer Victoria Siemer works predominantly in the digital realm, creating surreal photo manipulations.
Juan Escobar’s work features the representation and appropriation as a visual strategy to interpret relationships between the individual and the artwork.
Yo Yo Wanna Bang? is a series of hand painted signs created by Annica Lydenberg in absurd ornate frames.
Sath uses figurative elements to create colorful pieces slightly surreal, and impossible situations or actions, but never neglecting the message.
Swedish artist Susanna Hesselberg installed this underground library titled “When My Father Died It Was Like a Whole Library Had Burned Down,”.
Israeli artist Amit Shimoni created a series of illustrations called HIPSTORY – the iconic leaders of our times seen as modern-day hipsters.
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Bottomless black hole of dark water installation by Anish Kapoor – continuously spins down into the floor, dragging the viewer into it.
Octavi Serra, Iago Buceta and Mateu Targa created series of urban art installations titled Pneumatic made with cut salvaged tires.
New York-based artist Sean Yoro aka Hula created series of portrait murals in Hawaii on his surfboard.
New York-based artist Lee Price creates super realistic figurative paintings showcasing female figure eating food in highly unusual environments.
Macro is a series of hand-constructed hyper-realistic sculptures of everyday things by Romulo Celdran.