Surreal Paintings by Interesni Kazki

Aleksei Bordusov (aka Aec) and Vladimir Manzhos (aka Waone) are two Ukrainian artists who first met in 1999 in Kiev. They were both doing regular graffiti at the time. But then in 2005, they decided to team up and create the duo Interesni Kazki (which means Interesting Fairytales). The duo have since painted surrealistic murals…View Post

The Visionary Art of Ben Ridgway

Ben Ridgway is a 3D artist who teaches at San Francisco State University in California, having previously worked for Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft in the development of video games. He creates digital art, sculptures, and animations, based on themes such as infinity, the golden ratio, sacred geometry, fractals, and technology. Ben is also using virtual…View Post

Ayahuasca-Inspired Art by Luis Tamani

Luis Tamani is an artist who was born in the Peruvian city of Pucallpa on the Amazonian Ucayali River. At the end of his academic training in art, he was introduced to the hallucinogenic brew ayahuasca, used by the indigenous peoples of the Peruvian Amazon for healing, divinatory, and spiritual purposes. Tamani’s work is influenced…View Post

The Visionary Art of Michael Divine

Born in Connecticut in 1976, Michael Divine is a visionary artist whose art also draws on artistic movements including Symbolism, Futurism, Impressionism, Abstract, Fantastic Realism and Surrealism. His art is inspired by human archetypes, the human condition, personal experiences, dreams, architecture, music and a deep interest in Eastern mysticism. Check out his website Ten Thousand…View Post

The Visionary Art of Jonathan Solter

Jonathan Solter is a visionary artist from the Bay Area in California. He said he tries “to put as much detail into every painting as possible.” And looking at some of his artwork, this is clear: he paints brilliantly intricate ethereal worlds. His paintings often feature Shipibo patterns (influenced by ayahuasca) overlaid on pyramidal, temple-like and…View Post