Works of various visual arts, compiled in online galleries by serious-minded curators.
Sorted by title,in alphabetical order.
by Ekaterina Yushmanova
Worrisome pictures from a place where you would never want to live.
by Anton Apchekhov
Artistically depicted and thought-provoking imageries on porcelain.
by Vladimir Kamaev aka Soamo
Sophisticated black-and-white drawings made on quarters of paper sheets.
by Roman Dubinsky
Everyday life of a supposedly proletarian two-people family.
Matches for reading have the same properties as normal, everyday matches, except for one additional quality: as you may already have guessed, they can be read.
by Oleg Tishenkov
Lyrical hero with a pencil in search of beauty in routine life.
by Zhenya Vasiliev
Megapolis through the eyes of urban sketch enthusiast.
by Various Artists
Each piece of neoidiotism consists of two components: a purposely simplified image and a caption. The main idea behind this non-separable pair is a complete discordance of text and picture.
Various artists. Various photos. One shot per author. No subjects, styles or genres are defined. Technical parameters are of no importance.
by Igor Tswetkow
An emotional, subjective and intimate look at the other side of the pompous touristic place.
by Héloïse Acher
The visible perks of being an active walker and a keen observer at the same time.
by Jason Michael Durham
When a trip is conceptual, even road signs begin to work in strange, interesting and uncommon ways.
by Maggie Taylor
Dreamlike places full of real objects and unreal happenings.
by Lori Nix
Highly detailed dioramas inspired by storms, floods, collisions, breakdowns, and other incidents. Disasters of a table scale.
by Simon Høgsberg
Logically unfinished photo project based on a novel of Paul Auster.
Since we are interested in creation as a process, so-called throes of art come across our field of view. In order to comprehend this phenomenon better we asked several artists to visualize it.
by David Fokos
Long exposure as an instrument of zen experience.
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