Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by WHYTT Magazine

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by 

WHYTT Magazine 

1st Oct – 26th Nov 2016

 

An online international showcase of artists defying mainstream ideologies with surreal art and illustration.

A pedestal to encourage and empower the creative work of young designers and new creatives, from illustrators, designers, animators, fashion designers, architects etc., showcasing the best of the creative industries. Eight artists will converge at a special exhibition demonstrating the impact of surreal art and design through fashion collection, installations, sculptures and animations.  The scope of the exhibition will showcase trends in Motion Design, Animation, and Holograms.

Here you can see a selection of some of the great Artists featured in the exhibition, to enjoy all them with the rest of the outstanding artists selected you can access to the exhibition here: Beauty in Wonderland

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art

 

 

Tristan Eaton

 

Tristan Eaton started pursuing street art as a teenager, painting everything from billboards to dumpsters in the urban landscapes of the cities where he lived, be it London, Detroit, or New York. He designed his first toy for Fisher-Price at 18 years old and soon became a driving force in the world of designer toys.

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art
Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by WHYTT Magazine – be artist be art

 

A stage flourished by incandescent reflections of  hyper realism premiering at Hasbro, Pepsi and Nike. Pioneering the field of graffiti and designer toys world by working with toy-production Kidrobot designer Paul Budnitz, Game of Thrones and Pangeaseed Foundation. A myriad of inspirational motifs such as Os Gemeos and Takashi Murikami.

 

Natalie Shau

 

Transport to a hybrid of fairy-tales imbued by digital drawing, photography and screened internationally. Mixed media artist and photographer Natalie Shau keen interests lay in  fashion and portrait photography as well as digital illustration and photo art.Despite her personal work, Natalie creates artwork and photography for musicians, theater, fashion magazines, writers and advertisement.

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art
Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by WHYTT Magazine

Natalie Shau has produced bespoke narratives commissioned for Vogue Magazine, Sony Music Entertainment, Bloomsbury Publishing and Dorothy Circus Gallery. Shau’s work has also worked with Island Def Jam, Ogilvy & Mather, Cadbury and Kat von D’s Wonderland gallery.

Sarah Tompkins

 

Sarah Tompkins’ series of oil paintings developed as a means of confronting a prolonged period of severe illness and loss in her personal history. The work relates directly to these experiences and feelings of displacement. In addressing these issues she became interested in the history of sheet ghosts and death masks as a mimicry of life.

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art
Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by WHYTT Magazine

The imagery associated with the living’s often lighthearted imitation of the dead penetrates the majority of her work. With a magnum opus to produce a series that captures the ripeness of a moment before decay, her body of work is quiet and contemplative, with undertones of the sweetly sinister.

Studio Job

 

Soulmates Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel founded Studio Job in 2000. The studio was established in the true essence of the Renaissance spirit – where traditional and modern techniques are combined to produce once-in-a-lifetime objects.

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art
Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by WHYTT Magazine

Their iconic, heraldic and cartoon-like sculptures are popular with collectors. Proclaimed ‘One of the most influential design teams’ by the Financial Times. The studio itself includes traditional craftsmen and contemporary industrial professionals from sculptors furniture makers and painters to specialists in cast bronze, stained-glass, laser cutting and 3D printing all of whom work to realize Studio Job designs in whatever final form may be required.

Hari & Deepti

 

Graphic designer Hari Panicker & trained artist and interaction designer Deepti Nair begun experimenting with their unique approach to illustration and crafts in 2010. Hari & Deepti three key implemented factors in design are Paper Paint & Pixel believing ‘Paper is alive’ using cut out paper, light boxes and LED strip lights.

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art
Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by WHYTT Magazine

 

The experimental duo Hari & Deepti continue to personify thought-provoking narratives through their interesting animations built from paper lights.  Through their work the viewer can escape into Hari & Deepti’s imagination embarking upon an adventure marked by a zenith of interactive frameworks anchored by design from clients MTV, VH1 and Nickelodeon.

 

Danny Roberts

 

A global renaissance glistened by a twilight space of  concept art and graphics from award winning illustrator. Danny Roberts began his career studying Photography and Fashion Design. His interest in fashion started early as he established and operated his own clothing company in his teens.

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art
Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by WHYTT Magazine

Upon finishing school, he was honored by being awarded the first featured portfolio of the year on WGSN Generation Now, which showcases graduating talent from the world‘s leading universities and design colleges. Danny Roberts‘ body of work is mainly a showcase of couture collection paintings and portraits of models.

 

Jason deCaires Taylor

 

Brought up in Europe and Asia and with a BA Hons in Sculpture. Taylor spent much of his childhood exploring the coral reefs of. After graduating Taylor went on to become a qualified underwater naturalist and in 2006, Taylor founded and created the world’s first underwater sculpture park situated off the west coast of Grenada in the West Indies it is now listed as one of the Top 25 Wonders of the World.

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art
Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by WHYTT Magazine

 

Celebrating 20 years of marine conservation Taylor is an award winning underwater photographer, famous for his dramatic images, which capture the metamorphosing effects of the ocean on his evolving sculptures. During the summer of 2014 Taylor submerged “Ocean Atlas” in the Bahamas, which is currently the largest single underwater sculpture in the world measuring 5 meters high and weighing over 60 tons.

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by 

WHYTT Magazine 

1st Oct – 26th Nov 2016

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art

 

 

“25 Wonders of the World: Imagine you’re floating underwater, as if in a dream, over sweeping coral reefs, galactic rock formations, lush forests, and massive zebra mussel and sea lamprey from Great Lakes. The landscapes of marine ecosystem form a synthesis between creativity and nature to raise awareness to endangered species and instigate social change. We shine a spectrum of light on the core values of sustainability and education flourished by illustration, design and sculpture. Be part of the social impact with our exhibition, Beauty In Wonderland.”

Rocio Fraustro (Curator)

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) – by 

WHYTT Magazine 

1st Oct – 26th Nov 2016

 

 

Beauty in Wonderland (#Exhibition) - by WHYTT Magazine - be artist be art

 

 

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