Cristina Tufiño is a Puerto Rican artist best known for the installations and photography she creates inspired by a social debris. Tufiño gets her inspiration from the social surroundings. Cristina’s expression comes in a form of certain rearranging of cultural products as if they were her very own artistic material.
Parisian artist Alice Wietzel’s illustrations display the perfect combination of unforgiving geometry and soft, organic forms. Her images combine dreamy colors with abstractly shaped people and objects whilst avoiding harsh, dark outlines. Wietzel allows various colors to sit next to one another in perfect harmony, leading to dreamlike images that we never want to stop looking at.
Seattle based artist Syd Bee creates dreamy and melancholic paintings. There’s a touch of softness in Syd’s work that really appeals to the viewer: the way she blends the colors and lines give her pieces a delicate, velvety appearance. Although sometimes quite bright and high in contrast, the mood of the colors appear melancholic and enhance the dash of sadness Bee’s paintings have in them.
Jarek Puczel was born in 1965 in Ketrzyn, Poland. He studied in the Warsaw University, Faculty of Art Pedagogy and graduated from it in 1990. He is a member of Polish Painters and Sculptors Union. He now lives and works in Olsztyn, Poland.
Puczel’s work consists of moments being transformed into clean, calm and at the same time intensive images. The clear lines and colors easily make us focus on the subjects, and stare at them for a long time.