Felipe Hueb

  • Brazil
  • Brasília
  •  The piece is a mix of modern, pop and nude art. The subject is a beautiful model almost naked with her breasts exposed and with her hands pulling her panties. Her lips highlighted in diferent color tones, a motion blured lines pass on her face to make it more discret. Her body's curves are clear to see. 

    The artwork is very delicate, with a touch of sensuality; it reminds us that we should be free to express ourselves, our moods and feelings through the clothes we wear (or don't), the words we speak (or don't), or even just the way we walk down the street.

    This artwork reflects how women can be strong and powerful without being masculine or aggressive; it encourages women to feel comfortable with their bodies without feeling insecure about how others perceive them.

  • https://www.instagram.com/felipehueb
  • https://www.artmajeur.com/felipehueb-artworks

Vincent Dupont-Blackshaw

  • United Kingdom
  • London
  • Aqua Marine: Hotel swimming pools always interest me, often beautifully old-fashioned and sometimes with a unique view. This view teases you with the Toronto skyline, showing the CN Tower. The complete saturation of blue and aqua marine set the stage, bringing the viewers gaze to the window. Art Deco glamour seeps from the interior details and gives a bold contrast with the industrial realism of today’s outside world. (The Yorkville Royal Sonesta Hotel, Toronto, Canada)

    Hold Back: Wild swimmer on Sandown Beach walks into the sea in winter. I shot this scene from the coastal path. I like how surreal everything look from above. The sea looks like a blanket that she’s stopping with her feet. The idea that she’s entering into it, as she’s so tiny and it’s so vast...it makes me take a breath.

    Wilderness: This preserved meat surrounded by a painted jungle ironically questions the presence of wildlife in a restaurant.

  • https://www.instagram.com/travellinglightclub/
  • http://parlo.fr/