“I do not want to mask my strong dependence and inclination towards the use of technology as well as my active participation in our capitalist world, which is why I feel the need to express my sense of guilt through art.”
Illustrations to own the streets with music and dance.
"For me, 3D and digital techniques are new methods of expression that I use only as tools because I want to see something new."
Thanks to a camera, what would have gone unnoticed can live on forever.
Ohiana, who defines himself as a "working-class creator," has developed a collage bestiary to cope with loneliness.
Linked to the Japanese scene through his work with Tohji, the Latvian artist has created a universe inspired by feelings that will last forever.
«Covering the painful parts of life with glitter and pastel colors, is it a way of handling feelings and seeing things in a positive way? Or is it a way to avoid dealing with problems by hiding them? Inside myself, I still can’t decide.»
The Barcelona photographer captures the beauty of nature and women as creators of life.
With his works and his project JYU, the artist achieves a balance between nature and city, organic and technical, ancestral and contemporary.
The artist has created a blue universe of tattooed demons and goth angels that hug in bed and suffer when they are alone.
In his project Heikō / Heild, the French photographer finds parallels between two countries that, despite their great differences, aroused the same feelings in him.
The photography project "Kamuy Mosir" explores the ambiguous essence of nature domesticated by humans.