This month brought more exceptional work from all corners of the globe. We love seeing established names risk it all to attempt something new. Nobuyoshi Araki, a Japanese photographer, has documented his loss of sight in one eye by filling the right side of his new shots with black marker. Faile and Maser, who both began as graffiti artists, are pushing their boundaries by creating marble sculptures and interactive installations. Here are more remarkable pieces from some of our favourite innovative creatives. 

Dustin Snipes – ‘Dunking The Sun’ // America

Dustin Snipes – ‘Dunking The Sun’ America

 

Faile – ‘Fantasy Island’ // America

Faile – ‘Fantasy Island’ // America

 

Oliver Jeffers – ‘Measuring Land and Sea’ // Ireland

Christian McLeod – ‘Iceland’ // Ireland

 

Christian McLeod – ‘Iceland’ // Ireland

Christian McLeod – ‘Iceland’ // Ireland

 

Maser – ‘Bram Stoker Festival’ // Ireland

Maser – ‘Bram Stoker Festival’ // Ireland

 

Ben Eine – ‘Vandalism’ // UK

Ben Eine – ‘Vandalism’ // UK

 

Mark Kavanagh – ‘Wipe That Smile Off Your Face’ // Ireland

Mark Kavanagh – ‘Wipe That Smile Off Your Face’ // Ireland

 

Nobuyoshi Araki – ‘Love On The Left Eye’ // Japan

Nobuyoshi Araki – ‘Love On The Left Eye’ // Japan

 

Koehler – ‘Beach Cabin’ // Netherlands

Koehler – ‘Beach Cabin’ // Netherlands

 

Huffnung – ‘Dietzel Girl’ // Germany

Huffnung – ‘Dietzel Girl’ // Germany


Images Via: Christian Mc Leod, Dustin Snipes, Faile, Maser, Oliver Jeffers, Mark Kavanagh, Juxtapoz, Dwell, Huffnung