FlashBack 2016: Top 10 Inhideout Stories You Can’t Miss

FlashBack 2016: Top 10 Inhideout Stories You Can't Miss

It’s really hard to believe that it’s the end of 2016.Let’s take sometime and flashback some of the stories you won’t want to miss !

 

1.GHIBLI-LIKE PHOTOGRAPHS OF NIGHT TIME TOKYO BY MASASHI WAKUI

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Masashi Wakui, a local resident as well as a photographer has a unique, surreal way of capturing the cityscape when the sun goes down, turning Tokyo into an animated city, resembling scenes from Akira or a Ghibli film.

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2.MATT DOSCHER: FINDING THE PERFECT HIDEAWAY

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Featuring Matt Doscher, a New York-based photographer. There is something captivating we find in his photos and we absolutely love it. It seems like Doscher always manages to find the perfect hideaway for himself and his mates from time to time.

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 3.FAMOUS PAINTINGS GET A TATTOO MAKEOVER TREATMENT

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Paris-based artist Nicolas Amiard takes on a challenge to transform some of the most famous paintings into masterpieces with a sense of today’s modern culture. These classic portraits have been given an artistic makeover with modern tattoo.

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 4.INHIDEOUT EXC.: “PANDAEYES HANDMADE”

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Many of you might have heard of “PANDAEYES handmade“, but what do you know about the brand? Founded and established in 2005, the brand owner Wen Yi started the doll making business as a part-time job. Judging from the exquisite workmanship of the dolls, no one would have thought that each and single handmade doll is made by a guy. Working non-stop and through every thread and needle, he dreams of turning his passion into a reality.

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5.MOISÉS RODRÍGUEZ: LET’S GO MINIMAL

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Mexican photographer Moisés Rodríguez is a street photographer who captures transient moments on the street and makes them last forever. His images are always produced in a strong contrast of black and white, creating an interplay between positive and negative space. He believes in the phrase “less is more”, thus focusing in the photography style of minimalism.

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 6.CREATING ART FROM DESTRUCTION – GLITCH ART BY LEONARDO SUOZZO

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London-based web artist and graphic designer Leonardo Suozzo started exploring glitch art due to the lack of creative freedom from his everyday job. To Suozzo, Glitch art is limitless and without boundaries. By letting loose his creativity, he could create something with destruction.

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7.THE ART CAPTURED BY INSECURITIES – ‘CATOGRAPHER’ FELICITY BERKLEEF

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Referring herself as ‘Catographer’, Felicity Berkleef took photographs of felines, capturing beautiful and expressive moments of them with her DSLR. She loves to use high contrast visuals to lead the mood for her photographs. We, the Inhideout team thought it would be more appropriate to refer her photographs as an art created by insecurities, and it’s just too beautiful.

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8.ARTIST CREATES STUNNING GHOST-LIKE GRAFFITI

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Italian contemporary artist Eron has an original and unique style of creating graffiti art. His most well-known series Soul Of The Wall is particularly stunning and haunting, featuring ghostly figures who seem to be appearing on the walls.

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9.[SLUT]

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SLUT is an illustration project started by a Malaysian illustrator Guanyinma. The word ‘SLUT ‘ has always conveyed a negative message to the public, but it represents a relatively significant meaning for the illustrator herself.

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10.RIDING WITH BLUE MONSTERS

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American illustrator Ben Rubin, a.k.a Subway Doodle, has created a series of drawings featuring quite an amount of blue monsters. These monsters depict various types of people commuters encounter during their trips each day. Rubin’s sketches have shown us the creativity and imagination he possesses, or the special power to acquire such a strange and surreal vision one could possibly imagine.

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