Peak. Digital Art.



Peak was started as a digital artwork, now I’m working on the stencil for it.

‘The Shard is the tallest building in Western Europe, its crystalline façade transforming the London skyline with a   multi-use 310 m (1,016 ft) vertical city of high-quality offices, world-renowned restaurants, the 5-star Shangri-La hotel, exclusive residential apartments and the capital’s highest viewing gallery, The View from The Shard, offering 360° views. The Shard is a timeless reminder of the power of imagination to inspire change.’

The Shard 

Peak is an exploration of height, of bringing each other up, about peaks as well, emotional, physical, peaks in feelings, peaks in lifes. What is it like to be above the rest of the world? What is it like to balance on the peak that heigh up? Dangerous, exciting? Yes, there is that and also dependence and also trust – complete trust, you can’t manage without it that height up.

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Light Studies by Photographer Kim Pimmel

Light is probably the core image of energy which is the life itself, and only the play of time can allow to watch… explore… capture that illusive phenomenon…

Lights in the darkness captured by Kim Pimmel in his in stunning photography or slow motion is fascinating, the ephemeral glow that hovers in your retina after a light has passed, the traces of residual motion, captured one by one by the camera.

There is the series of photographs explores the beauty of light by recording the path of handheld and computer controlled lights during long exposures.



Summer Screen Prints London

On the 1st to 21 August 2013 there is an exhibition of editioned hand screen printed film posters in Somerset house, London in West Wing Galleries.

All the posters will be produced in limited editions of 200 prints, signed by the artist and available to buy at £40 each. The exhibition will be open daily until late throughout the Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House season.





Summer Screen Prints

Impossible Image by Richard Mosse

Why people think that pink image is impossible but black and white is? Black and white images are as unrealistic as these colourful landscapes by Richard Mosse. Plus the reason of this unexpected shade of pink for a green landscape is incredibly dramatic yet very unexpectedly beautiful.

The visuals had been for military purpose. The technology behind that was recognising and highlighting the high concentration of chlorophyl in the plants as opposite to camouflaged areas. Therefore the purpose of the colourful visuals is to find the enemy… vibrant beautiful colour serve the purpose of war and elimination not art neither creation… heartbreaking

Video about the project is here: Richard Mosse Impossible Image