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Jessica Tremp is an Australian photographic artist based in Melbourne. One of her marvelous new series titled ‘tapað og fundið’ meaning ‘Lost and Found’ was taken on a recent trip around Iceland. It shows primarily pictures of nature, animals and few people, every single one of them in a picturesque, unique way. Her imaginative mind finds expression in her work: ‘When I was little I used to dream about being a dancer or that I could fly and that I would learn to speak the language of the animals in the forest or that of the most dramatic actor. With the click of a finger I’ve found a way to make these things come true.’
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“5Pointz is the world’s largest display of graffiti art, and it’s a global social hub,” Eric Felisbret, the author of Graffiti New York, told New York Magazine last month. “Now that it looks like that’s going to disappear, I’m not sure where the movement’s going to go.”
Hamburg-based artist 1010 creates colorful street art that gives off the illusion of peeling layers through the clever use of perspective.
Each piece in the ‘Holes’ series contains layers that seem to peel away to reveal hidden spaces deep within the wall. The blobs, triangles and other wonky shapes are either painted on walls or created on paper using acrylics.
1010 also showcased pieces from the ‘Abyss’ series at the Stoke Art Fair held in Berlin recently.
Scroll down to view 1010’s work and check out more at the artist’s site.
Hannah Price photographs her ‘cat callers’ on the streets on Philly. The photographs in “City Of Brotherly Love” are a collection of candids snapped after a stranger has hit on her.