Insects in disguised by Catherine Chalmers

Famous contemporary artist Catherine Chalmers holds a B.S. in Engineering from Stanford University and an M.F.A. in Painting from the Royal College of Art in London. She has exhibited her artwork around the world, including MoMA P.S.1, New York; MassMoca, North Adams; Kunsthalle Basel; Kunsthalle[...]

Zachari Logan' Visions

Zachari Logan is a Canadian artist working mainly in drawing, ceramics and installation practices. His work has been exhibited widely, in group and solo exhibitions throughout North America and Europe, including: Athens, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Cincinnati, Calgary, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Montreal, New York, Ottawa,[...]

Hubert Duprat' precious larvae

A prolific and curious artist, Hubert Duprat made his mark in the 1980s thanks to his work on the larvae of trichoptera. These industrial beings are known to construct a composite sheath using materials present in their environment (twigs, leaves, gravels, grains of sand, etc.).[...]

Travis Bedel' mad collage

Travis Bedel aka Bedelgeuse currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona. After having thoroughly studied audio engineering and sound design, he became an illustrator. His work as Bedelgeuse includes cut paper collage, digital collage, and mixed media sculptural collage all based around the human anatomy. Travis’ artwork[...]

Aganetha Dyck's wax dolls

Born in Manitoba in 1937, Canadian artist Aganetha Dyck has been interested in communication between species for a long time. Her research led her to look into the disappearance of bees, whose population dropped by 50% in Europe and North America. For several years, Aganetha[...]

Micropix by Stephan Borensztajn

In 2000, microscopy specialist and entomologist Stephan Borensztajn observed insects in a scanning electron microscope. His series of strange snapshots reveals anatomical details blown up 500 times, bee’s abdomen, fly eyes or the tiny Psychodidae midge’s head. A fascinating series that displays the treasures of[...]
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