Nur Tokdemir
More ideas from Nur
The beautiful creations of Estonian artist Eiko Ojala, mixing with a lot of talent the art of paper, hand drawing, photography, 3D software and digital retouching, to give relief and depth to his work, while keeping perfectly mastered minimalism.

"Vertical Landscape" by Eiko Ojala. It looks like a paper landscape but the artist actually works digitally and hand-draws all the elements to look like they're cut out of people. (Hint: the shadows help!

<p>Aneta Ivanova is a Bulgarian photographer combining her flair for image-making and fine arts. Elements of landscapes and portraiture intersect in her work, where multiple double exposure effects ar

Aneta Ivanova is a Bulgarian photographer combining her flair for image-making and fine arts. Elements of landscapes and portraiture intersect in her work, where multiple double exposure effects ar

We only believe that we are masters in our own house because we like to flatter ourselves. Actually, however, we are dependent to a startling degree upon the proper functioning of the unconscious psyche, and must trust that it does not fail us.- Carl Jung, Modern Man in Search of a Soul

We only believe that we are masters in our own house because we like to flatter ourselves. Actually, however, we are dependent to a startling degree upon the proper functioning of the unconscious psyche, and must trust that it does not fail us.

Double Exposure Portraits Where I Merge Two Worlds Into One

Is too much choice leading to overwhelm in your life? With stress, depression and anxiety accounting for 70 million working days lost every year in the UK, at a cost of billion, how do we find ways to push less and bring more flow into our lives Image