Alana dee Haynes is a young brilliant artist born and based in New York, focused on patterns and symbols. She applies detailed repetitive texture and designs to already interesting photographs with pen, combining fashion photography with intricate inking to create beautiful mixed-media pieces. Hynes transformed these ordinary photographs into psychedelic and psychological images. Advertisements

Lawrence Malstaf x Iris Van Herpen Fall 2014

Amazing installation from Lawrence Malstaf at Iris Van Herpen‘s Fall 2014 show. Models vacuum packed between two layers of transparent PVC with accordion shaped hoses running down the sides and suspended in the air. The work of the Belgian artist is situated on the borderline between the visual and the theatrical. After having studied industrial design, he starts designs scenographies…

INTERVIEW: BERNHARD HANDICK’s photography and mixed media art

Currently one of the most interesting artists to keep an eye on, Bernahard Handick is based in Germany and studied at Folkwang University of Arts. His beautiful shots have a kind of bright and fresh touch. Bernhard’s mixed media artworks features on “WHO IS IT? (OFFICIAL)” solo exhibition on Hauser online. Each of the images in this collection represents a photograph of a…


Amazing and surreal photography by Maurizio Cattelan & Pierpaolo Ferrari for New York’ Magazine’s Spring Fashion issue.The duo, well-known for their artbook named Toiletpaper and collaboration with Kenzo, teamed up to shoot some of the most iconic items of the next season such as the ubiquitous Prada sunny fur coat and Chanel‘s sock-shoe hybrid.

Dawn Arsenaux

Her style is inspired by the Dadaist movement. This beautiful works could be described as classic collage & combinations of image and desire, surely classic Dada with lots of usage of symbolism and surrealism. MORE WORKS


As every year, W Magazine  has published his December Art Issue which includes the works of  some of the most important contemporary artists and photographers ( Yayoi Kusama, Catherine Opie, Michael Thompson, Marylin Minter and Karen Kilimnik). I decided to dedicate this post to the amazing shots taken by Micheal Thompson. The photographer began his career as an…

Kata Legrady

Grenades, gas masks, skulls and bullets. Kata Legrady’s sculptures and installations combine war objects  covered  by abstract ornamental motive that do not make them unrecognizable or unusable. She proceeds by collision, arousing a sculptural confrontation and symbolic encounter of two different worlds. In other words, a short circuit between lethal and harmless, a tension between childhood and destruction,…