Jenny is a Toronto based artist making work that blends the lines between classic and new age modes of creation. Her collages have fun playing with ideas of femininity and animalistic traits in the westernized woman. You can buy prints of Jenny’s work at Society 6.
Daniella Zalcman is a photojournalist that recently moved from New York to London last year. With a loving admiration for both cities, she started a series of double exposures that combine the two cities with use of just a smart phone and several apps. Daniella preferred the use of her smart phone because she’s grown [...]
Water is life. Our lives revolve around water. Owen Silverwood took it upon himself to study water as a concept of a day going by. By changing the lighting, swishing the water around, and just letting liquid be liquid, Own captures a simplistic beauty of time just drifting by. To see more of Owen’s photography [...]
I don’t think I could ever live away from the water. It’s my geographical security blanket in a way. Mathieu Goussin and Hortense Le Calvez, the pair that make up Forlane 6 Studio, actually live on a yacht in the Mediterranean and use the water as their muse. Taking man-made object-sculptures and introducing them to [...]
It’s no surprise that Richard Tuschman‘s poetic photographic images have graced book covers, magazines, advertisements and gallery exhibitions. In the early 1990′s he developed his signature style after experimenting with digital imaging. He recently received 3rd place in the Editor’s Choice Awards for CENTER, it was given by Susan White of Vanity Fair. The images [...]