This past weekend I had the amazing opportunity to hike Four Peaks (in an attempt to work off all the food I ate for thanksgiving). This mountain range is the highest in the Maricopa county area and was no easy feat to get to. It took two hours from my house in Glendale to get there, most of it due to dirt roads. However it was beyond beautiful and I would recommend it to anyone, especially around sunset. Here are some of the photographic results!
Emmanual Viola a professional illustrator did a series on the Disney princesses however its not in the typical disney style. He decided to do this series of portraits to show that even a squeaky clean princess can have a glam badass side and Im in love with that idea! Check out the rest of his amazing princesses here!
Yulia Brodaka is a well known paper artist and illustrator. Her work consists of only two products, Paper and glue. What makes her work unique is the fact that it has a 3D element to it and has created her own technique and style. She has had some major clients including Starbucks, Target and Hermes.
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Two graphic designers from Madrid, DrFranken and Natalia Molinos have combined to make this other worldly series. I love hoe detailed and refined everything is. Its dark and sexy but also has a sense of mystery to it. I am in love with these prints right now!
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Annna Halldin is a wonderful painter who explores the ideas of fashion in today’s society. How women are portrayed in adds and in the overall business. This Swedish painter doesn’t cease to amaze with her giant oil paintings.
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Mariell Amelie is a London based photographer who worked on this last series of self portraits for eight years. She traveled and would document all the places with her in the images. These are some of the most beautiful portraits I have seen in a while. Mariell seems to dress and reflect the scenery around her in all of the images. Its also a fun game to guess where in the world she was at the time.
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New York based artist James Clar works with an unusual medium, light. He explores how technology has mixed within the art world to create a new kind of sculpture. His materials include acrylics, metals, fiberglass, and fluorescent lights.
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