Most photographers combine their creative impulses with technical accuracy to capture dreamy photos. But Indian still life photographer Vatsal Kataria brings his dreams into reality in form of miniature life-like models. His DIY project is all about recreating miniature versions of vivid places from his imagination or dreams.
You may be already familiar with Delhi’s Lodhi art district, where streets are turned into unique canvases for graffiti artists. What started as an underground graffiti culture in India a few years back has evolved into an influential street art movement. Recently, a Brazilian duo collaborated with St+Art India Foundation to transform the walls of India’s first open air art district.
While West knows India for its Bollywood music, but Indian music scene has seen a bloom in the past few years. Moreover, the events like NH7 Weekender and the Balcony TV initiative are supporting the budding artists and bands that have the potential to be the next big thing in India.
Sam Dougados is a self-taught artist living in Biarritz, southwest of France. He portrays his feelings and emotions in form of art pieces and mainly focuses on creating incredible land art. Inspired by several Arabic designs and patterns, the 40-year-old artist has created huge mandalas on beautiful empty beaches in Morocco.
Brazilian artist Aline Brant has beautifully combined hand-stitched embroidery with photographs in her latest project. Portraying feminine side through each image, she has used the ancient form of art, embroidery, and tried to refract it through modern art form, i.e., photography.
While most people use art to create wonderful and vibrant masterpieces, there are a few artists that use their creative skills to provoke deep thought in the viewers’ mind. Al Margen from Buenos Aires, Argentina, is one genius illustrator that creates unimaginable drawings pinpointing some of the flaws of modern-day society.