New York City artist, JAMISON, creates these crazy, gripping artworks using mixed media. They are bright, colorful, and moving. JAMISON’s aim is to debunk “the artificial refinement of American culture while auditing society and engaging common misconceptions of a fractured popular reality”. Keep scrolling to enjoy a some selections from his portfolio. Work © JAMISON […]
The Encyclopedia of Unusual and Weird Animals is an exciting new project curated by Tamar Kasparian. The project features artwork by over 30 artists from around the world, including artists from Italy, Spain, Belgium, Mexico, Poland, Sweden, The Netherlands, France, and more. Tamar has asked these artists to present their own creative “unusual animals”. Last […]
Carolina Agüero is a fantastic photographer living in Valparaiso, Chile. Her colorful images expose a natural, organic side of her subjects. The result is bright, refreshing, and inspiring. We’re surprised to have never heard of Carolina’s work before, but expect to hear much more about her in the future. The following images are selections from […]
Alexandre Jacques is a photographic artist from Paris, France who takes amazing photos of architecture. His work shows off the natural patterns of these buildings. Seen in a light that the original architects and designers may not have imagined, these pieces are truly works of art. Enjoy some of Alexandre’s “Architectural Pattern” project below. You […]
Masahiko Rivas has a fascinating mind and a creative soul. It’s rare to find an artist with such a broad range of talent and control over different media. In addition to what you see here Masahiko is a prolific tattoo artist, among other things such as photography. His library of creations is impressive. We’re happy […]
Gigi Engle is a freelance writer in New York City who (in her words) “writes about being young and single in New York City”. She’s shared her words with the Nonsense Society before. First an essay called “Blood Soda” and then another entitled “Lurid Sustenance”. Today she shares a new piece called “14 Things I’ve Learned […]
Alex Greenshpun is a fabulous photographer with a flare for the bold, vibrant, and beautiful. Hailing from Israel, she has only been taking photos for about two years and is entirely self-taught. Below you will find a selection of macro photographs featuring nature in different forms. The blast of colors, boldness of B&Ws, and delicate bokeh patterns are simply delightful. Alex Greenshpun is a truly talented artist with an amazing eye. We just couldn’t help but post some of her work.
Robert Lowdon is a photographic artist based in the Canadian prairies. His work documents how humans interact with our ever changing landscape. The works are meant to show the cyclical relationship of our environment and the conflicts the lie within that marriage. Often displaying light and dark mixtures to convey a message of both life […]
These vibrant photos by seventeen year-old Australian photographer, Marissa Alden show extraordinary talent and vision. With only a short time as a creator under her belt, Marissa will surely go far in the creative world. She expertly wields the camera to capture dreamy, striking portraits.
Laura Iosifescu wields expression, individuality, and creativity in her unique artwork. Using kilograms of paint, Laura essentially transforms her paintings into sculptures on canvas and panel. Nature and abstraction meet in these three dimensional works. The works are not only beautiful, but laced with meaning. There is great energy here, a passion that the artist clearly pours […]
Alice in the Attic is a fascinating new thriller by a filmmaking team in Montreal. The acting and cinematography in this trailer are both spectacular. We’re excited to see the final product. The team could use your help though. They’re currently raising money to complete the project on IndieGoGo. You can be a part of […]
“Throughout my work, I focus on how memories become abstracted and distorted over time. When one considers the past, their memory of a certain person or place is often fragmental. However, people can remember certain distinct qualities about an individual or a particular place. Time passes, recollections fade and become broken down into simple forms, […]
Jiaur Rahman creates dreamy watercolors depicting nature, cityscapes, and other beautiful scenes. His aim is to capture “a single moment for eternity”. He does not disappoint. The style is gentle, raw, and nostalgic. Particularly impressive are the rough edges around elements within some the scenes. They provide a natural texture and emphasis. In contrast, it’s […]
When I was younger, I didn’t have a face. That is fact. All people who do not enjoy the refreshing taste of Grape Flavored Gatorade Brand Sports Drink will die. That is also fact. Of course, everyone dies. And everyone has a face. Except for, as I mentioned before, me.
My dad had a face. I remember him telling me, “When me were a young boy, me were so handsome, me had to punch meself inna de eye to keep dem girl away.”
That line sticky-clamped itself into my cauliflower cortex not because he used this narcissistic, auto-pugilistic hyperbole, but because he used that phony Jamaican accent. I mean, we’re not Jamaican.
See, my dad has this thing, a disorder really. He cannot give me advice, relay a story, or give any type of parental direction without assuming some foreign dialect or strange voice.
These outstanding images are typical of Brazilian photographer Silvia Maria’s style. She explores and captures a natural beauty in models in a way that few others can. These images are part of her series Les Fleurs and Les Filles, more of which can be seen on her website. The model, Jamile Tessarim, is presented nude, […]