Tag: young artists
Jarrad Seng is a super clever Australian photographer and filmmaker based in Perth. He has a clear passion for travel, music and creativity in general, and people are one of his biggest inspirations. Recently, during a road-trip through Iceland, he tried his hand at some aerial photography. The risk and his effort have definitely paid off – Jarrad’s created a series of stunning images of volcanic rivers and lava wastelands that could pass as abstract paintings. We’re very happy to have him with us today to give us a little insight to this self-initiated project and his creative processes, and to share his throughs on the importance of taking risks.
Ben Zank is not your average 22 year-old photographer. This New York youngster will do anything for the perfect shot. And we mean anything! Zank captures the most amazing series of conceptual photographs with himself as the subject, creating strange, melancholic and sometimes surreal images that capture the viewer’s imagination.
01 | Little Trace Of // Coco Reynolds of Marz Designs. 02 | Interview // Tony Stephens of Artbank. 03 | Little Trace Of // Sydney Hairdresser Leonard Mattis. 04 | Little Trace Of // Emma Coulter. 05 | Design Masterclass & Interview With The One And Only PATRICIA URQUIOLA! 06 | Little Trace Of // Sydney Artist Philjames. 07 | Little Trace Of // Yoram Roth. 08 | Little Trace of // Melbourne Artist Miso.
Young Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi is a bit of a legend when it comes to striking images with a surreal twist. His work captures engaging moments that leave me with so many questions. How did he capture that shot? So, was the dog jumping or falling? Was the black line part of the image, or inserted later? Etcetera. Apart from their undeniable beauty, it’s this sense of ambiguity that I find most intriguing about Bakonyi’s work…
Lyvia Alexandra is a London-based illustrations student and a part-time model who creates hilarious illustrations on everyday subjects. Apart from being seriously funny, I also find her work quite sweet, completely natural and honest. It’s as though Lyvia documents all those bizarre/ un-pc/ quirky little thoughts we laugh about with our own friends, but don’t feel comfortable putting on paper…
In her recent Sydney exhibition, young Melbourne artist Miso brought together a collection of works made with fine pin pricks on paper. These pieces are a reflection of her personal experience of travelling over the last few years. Drawing inspiration from indigenous artists, Dorothy Napangardi, Miso’s work maps stories and memories of the land as she travelled through it…