"Many artists have made work that communicates their thoughts and feelings about the social issues of their time. My works are in the same line and I hope that my works make small positive changes by giving people interest and stimulation.The theme of my work is to represent complex, ambiguous and uncomfortable relationships between man and other lives. Nature and animals has been an object of art for a long time. And, it will be continued until the fall of human being, although the point of view has been changed."
'We are the Music Makers and the Dreamers of Dreams'
Photography & styling by Amberly Valentine for Hedonist Magazine, December 2013
Hair: Guiseppe Bulzis
Make-up: Akari Sugino
Models: Shannon Brennan & Irina Roshik
Crystal Opal Looks Like a Handheld Aquarium by Inna Gem
Crystals and gems are revered and collected for their physical beauty and monetary value and this Opal Butte crystal with contra luz color is no exception. The stunning gemstone, like many opals, features a varied spectrum of colors, but what separates it from the others is its spectacular visual effect. It looks like an underwater view of the ocean floor as light shines through it. There’s a surreal quality about the gemstone that looks like a pocket-sized aquarium
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Underwater photography by lar3
Underwater adventures reveal spectacular landscapes with natural gradients of color and lively schools of fish.
GIFs of the intricate process behind a densely layered abstract painting.
For Khube Magazine Cover (http://khube-magazine.com)
In these works Valerie Hegarty shows the power of nature. No matter how hard humans try to tame the world around them, nature can destroy it. In these pieces, works of art decompose, are eaten, or wear apart. For more information on