Born in 1986, Caitlin Hackett is a Brooklyn, New York based artist, illustrator and creature concept designer. In her work, Hackett explores the relationship between humans and animals; the idea of the human denial of our animal nature and of humans as the dominant species, as well as the mutation of the animal created by […]
Italian artist Nicoletta Ceccoli (featured) has a new exhibition entitled “Girls Don’t Cry” on now at Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle. Ceccoli has made a name for herself illustrating children’s books, including winning the prestigious Italian Anderson Prize for best illustrator of the year in 2001. She recently has been showing paintings in US […]
Edouard Martinet was born in Le Mans, France in 1963. He studied art at L’Ecole Supérieure des Arts Graphiques (ESAG), Paris and graduated in 1988. From 1988 – 1992 he lived and worked in Paris as a graphic designer, and in 1990 started sculpting and holding exhibitions. From 1992 – 95 he lived in Charente […]
American Photographer Trey Ratcliff is best known for his HDR photos and his website StuckinCustoms.com – the #1 travel photography blog in the world. His photos have been featured in exhibitions around the world, on major television networks, and one of his HDR photographs was the first of its kind to hang in the Smithsonian. […]
Jamie Salmon is a British born, self taught contemporary sculptor, living and working in Vancouver, Canada. He started his career working as a commercial artist and sculptor for the movie effects industry. He specializes in hyper-realist sculpture, both figurative and portrait, utilizing such materials as silicone rubber, resin, hair and fabric. Jamie says of his […]
London based artist Nom Kinnear-King has a BA in Fine Art Print and Photo Media from Norwich School of Art and Design in the UK . Her paintings and drawings have been featured on Creep Machine, Caarpaccio.(Spain), in Death Mook (Australia) and currently featured in ‘ Ballad of’ magazine (London) and as the cover art […]
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More great work from Paris based artist Sebastien Feraut (aka Niark1). Feraut began his career in web design, eventually turning to freelance illustration, graphic design, and painting. His work can be seen in the music industry, street wear, print design, advertising, and custom toys. To see more of Feraut’s work, visit Niark1.com or check out […]
Born in 1951, Piet van den Boog is a Dutch artist living and working in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Van den Boog studied telecommunicaitons at Delft Technical University and painting at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. A full time painter since 1994, van den Boog is influenced by Dutch painters including Frans Hals and Johannes Vermeer. In […]
This week’s Deviant is 19 year old, South Korean painter/illustrator Minjae Lee. Lee finds inspiration in the human face and abstract movement and colour. Lee assembles his colourful creations with combinations of acrylics, coloured pencils, postercolors, pens, pastels, and paint markers. To see more of Minjae Lee’s fantastic work, visit his profile Greno89 on Deviant […]
Hailing from British Columbia, Canada, Acorn (aka Scott Kennedy) has spent the last few years traveling the world making art as he goes, stopping in such places as Edinburgh, Vienna, Barcelona, Melbourne, New Zealand and Japan. “With a focus on traditional mediums Acorn has spent most of his drawing time developing his craft with an ensemble of […]
I’d certainly known it (slavery) existed in the world, but not to such a degree. I felt so horrible and honestly ashamed of my own lack of knowledge of this attrocity in my own lifetime. And I thought, if I don’t know, how many other people don’t know.” —Lisa Kristine, Humanitarian Photographer Humanitarian photographer Lisa […]