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Changing the world with one meaningful creation at a time | 一步一變幻

There’s one question that more and more are asking themselves today: How do you change the world? We are increasingly better informed, and the urge to improve the state of […]

Seize the time and illustrate away | 創作在分秒之間

Although he might have left the pleasant temperatures of Spain and his native Columbia behind, Russia-based illustrator Jhonny Núñez still fills his artwork with warmth and life. With strong contrasts […]

Capturing the hidden beauty of life | 捕捉生命隱藏之美

Gonzier is the artist name of photographer Guillermo Gabriel González Marroquín – a name he describes as “taking like an hour to type” – who currently lives and works in […]

Striking scenes send the message | 視覺衝擊的信息傳達

A tiger stalks through a dark forest, rippling fog shrouding its paws. Its head is lowered, its gaze is fixed. The lines are sharp and determined, and the palette is […]

Inspired by music and culture | 音樂和文化的靈感爆發

(Chinese follows at the bottom) Michael Sallit is a Frenchman from Dijon (famous for its mustard, he points out) who is currently making a living in Paris. Drawing inspiration from […]

An influence of an influence of an influence – Derek Caetano-Anolles

Derek Caetano-Anolles, evolutionary biologist and illustrator. Derek Caetano-Anolles, scientist-artist. Derek Caetano-Anolles, drawer-at-heart. Finding a label for this Max Planck Institute-researcher can be tricky. But as we shall see, there doesn’t […]

Why commercialise artistic talent? – James Clow

Have you realised that the Guggenheim museum of art has become a…chain store? If you are a little bit interested in art, you have probably known about the New York […]

The stories behind photos – Hanna-Katrina Jędrosz

Bleak yet colourful. Near but detached. Simultenously stark and vague. Hanna-Katrina Jędrosz’s photography is full of odd contradictions, which might be why they tease your curiousity so. Satisfyingly, the stories […]

Exploring digital worlds – Alex Burgess

How do we represent reality? This is the main question in Alex Burgess’ latest work “Shift Command Three,” a creation that in some ways is a work of photography, but […]

Beyond the ‘general store’ – Yuki Teraoka

From the top of a glass highrise, roots and branches of a humongous mangrove tree cascade towards the ground, eager to spread outwards into the city. Military helicopters circle warily […]