shaylen broughton

Mother Nature and Her Ocean

Art is a medium of expression; a way for people to show the world who they are, and express what they have to say. Artist, Shaylen Broughton, has always used...
created confusion

Created Confusion

This The last time we spoke with André Sanchez we asked him about his project, The Day I Visited Eden. We uncovered his fascination with combining fantasy and reality, which is the root of his...
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Nostalgic Surrealism

Bruno Baraldi’s work could be described as contemporary surrealist, nostalgic,, and a fascinating merging of reality and fantasy. Baraldi’s work caught our eye and held...
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Dalí and Magritte Exhibition, Brussels

Much like Alice’s fall down the rabbit hole into Wonderland, the world of Salvador Dalí and René Magritte revels in the freedom of imagination and experience. And this really is your chance...
Tides of Time

Tides of Time

“We see ourselves as visual artists, and art can transcend all manner of concepts.” -Will Jarvis London-based creative studio Panoply have been fiddling with the fabric of time....
Putting the Fun into Fun

Timeless Art Travels Time

Last time you walked ‘round art galleries of classical and romantic art, did you ever notice that all those centuries-old paintings could be the punchline of funny,...
The Unlikely Universe

The Unlikely Universe

UK-based artist Emma Rodriguez – aka Mooncrab – has made a point of showing that old images can still lead to new visual languages. Her work is informed by...
Lights, Camera… Fungus

Lights, Camera… Fungus

“Urges in the undergrowth. Erupting fungal fantasies. Bursting botanicals... the dust and desires of a tiny alternative universe. Imagining the sensations of attraction...
Watercolours of Warsaw

Watercolours of Warsaw

“I want my cityscapes to be happy, vigorous and full of life. I believe that these kinds of colours and strong contrasts give a powerful and magic character.” --Tytus...
On Elevating Creative Ownership in Landscape Photography

Elevating Landscape Photography

Reuben Wu’s art just keeps evolving. When we first featured him in 2015, he was re-contextualising frequently photographed “uncommon” places. Then, he went on to...