Introducing Santiago Uceda
Santiago Uceda was born in Lima, Peru, made his way to sunny So Cal and now resides in a sleepy college town in the Pacific Northwest. He is an interactive art director, illustrator and motion graphics artist.
INCREDIBLY MACRO SOAP PHOTOGRAPHY BY JANE THOMAS
Photographer Jane Thomas (facebook) - Colours and patterns arising naturally from the interference of reflected light rays from the front and rear surface of a thin film of water and soap held in a tiny frame (a ‘bubble wand’).
Ben Geiger dabbles in everything from design to photography to sculpture to create a world of his own imagination. In this series entitled Abstract Animals, the artist developed illustrations that blur the lines between realistic portrayals and his own inventive depictions of the creatures. The basic structure of each animal drawing is true-to-life, but then the artist uses his creativity to build complex textures with swirls of lines and color.
Artist Martin Satí produces experimental illustrations in which he starts at the center of a piece and builds outward until unique patterns and textures are formed. When describing his typical process, Satí says it is a “creative dance on a pilgrimage to the unknown. It grows in all directions.”
Photography by Matthias Haker
Matthias Haker is a self-taught photographer currently based in Dresden, Germany. This set of photography feautures abandoned buildings from all around the world with their locations unknown to us. Haker goes to great lengths to photograph the abandoned buildings taking great care not to ruin or damage anything further. In something so broken, Matthias Haker is able to bring a certain beauty through his photographs in the moment the picture is taken to be retained forever.