Aganetha Dyck: Beesness


Aganetha Dyck is a Canadian artist who is interested in environmental issues, specifically the power of the small. She is interested in inter species communication. Her research asks questions about the ramifications all living beings would experience should honeybees disappear from earth. Artist Aganetha Dyck doesn’t collaborate with other artists to create her gorgeous organic pieces – but instead she employs the help of bees!



TOMÁŠ GABZDIL LIBERTÍNY was born in 1979, Libertíny studied at the Technical University Košice in Slovakia focusing on engineering and design. In 2001, he was awarded George Soros’s Open Society Institute Scholarship to study at The University of Washington in Seattle, where he explored painting and sculpture. He continued his study at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava in painting and conceptual

Hans Op De Beeck: Staging Silence (2)


Visual artist Hans Op de Beeck lives and works in Brussels, where he has developed his career through international exhibitions over the past ten years. His work consists of sculptures, installations, video work, photography, animated films, drawings, paintings and writing (short stories). It is his quest for the most effective way of presenting the concrete contents of each work that determines the medium that the

The Piano


If your parents forced you to practice your scales by saying it would “build character,” they were onto something. The Washington Post reports that one of the largest scientific studies into music’s effect on the brain has found something striking: Musical training doesn’t just affect your musical ability — it provides tremendous benefits to children’s emotional and behavioral maturation. The study by

Wisharawish Akarasantisook: Morethanlove


“Find something that amazes you and keep on with the good work for your entire life”, I think these are the words that the fashion designer Wisharawish Akarasantisook repeated as a mantra before doing so amazing pieces of art. His talent is limitless, both in Mango competition than Hyeres festival he has proven to be a rising star with stunning taste and eclectic skills. The

Pierre Debusschere: manipulations


Belgian director, photographer and curator Pierre Debusschere utilizes innovative technologies to create high impact visuals. In 2009, he founded 254FOREST, a creative studio working in the realms of film, art, photography and music. Debusschere launched his career at Dazed & Confused in 2008. Shortly after, he was invited to work with Nicola Formichetti on an acclaimed digital content application forVogue Hommes Japan and Dior Homme,

Hikaru Cho: Disguised Food


Born in 1993/3/29 Currently living in Tokyo Japan. taking “UNUSUAL” as a theme of her creation and creating Art work such as Body painting, stopmotion movie, illustration, clay sculpture, clothing design, Character design, and all sorts. Also do collaboration with several cloth brands. She is now a student in Musashino Art university. Japanese artist Hikaru Cho likes to play with perception in this series, entitled

Sound At First Sight!


In theory, we know what sound waves would look like if we could see them, but it’s not every day we actually get to lay eyes on the effects they produce on the world. There are actually a number of scientific experiments that can be used to produce a practical visual effect in response to sound. Six of these have been used by Wellington,

Dennis Wojtkiewiczs: Fruitism

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Dennis Wojtkiewicz [voit-KEV-itch] is a full professor at Bowling Green State University where he has taught painting and drawing in the School of Art since 1988. He received his M.F.A. degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and also studied at the Atelier Neo-Medici in France under the direction of Patrick Betaudier in 1978 and 1983. He is best known for his exploration of the

Stéphanie Baechler: Every Day Actions


Starting point for my project are formations, shapes and material combinations that result from the rather accidental than conscious every day actions of human life. I was inspired by curtains, fabric pleats, plastic bags, fabrics that happened to be spread on the floor, wrapped objects and creased blankets. The sheer fascination that fabric drapery can evoke! I was equally absorbed by mass production of clothes,