Los Angeles-based artist and actor Joseph Lee paints emotions and facial expressions hidden within the thick strokes of paint. You can see more of his impasto portraits on his website and Instagram.
The Taiwanese artist Fan Yanting shapes small vessels and dinnerware in neutral tones that represent the complexity of human facial expressions. Only starting to create ceramics during the last year, Fan hand-sculpts each set of eyes, nose, and mouth without deciding which emotion he’s trying to capture beforehand.
Christina West creates portraits of anonymous faces that reveal colorful patches existing just below the surface. She cuts parts of the sculpture’s face focusing the viewer’s attention on the layered interior of the busts.
The sculptures by Ah Xian establish a series of multilayered oppositions. The tension between the sculptural form of the bust and the painted surface designs. The artist likens to the oppositions of West and East.
Three new street artworks created by the artists Jorit, Mono Gonzalez, and INTI in the Barra district on the eastern outskirts of Naples. New graffitis placed right next to the huge face of Martin Luther King.
Not only Banksy loves to create graffiti but, possibly, also a genius of Renaissance Michelangelo. New evidence leads us to believe that the popular legend about the mysterious face carved on the facade of Palazzo Vecchio is true.
Johnson Tsang creates sculptures of faces that are stretched and opened up in surreal ways. He pushes realism’s boundaries and incorporates hand gestures and metaphorical materials to explore the meaning behind our facial expressions.
Facial verification technology is quietly gaining ground for digital identity management and authentication. Device-based face verification is being used by millions of consumers worldwide, including Apple and Google clients.
Created from computer graphics virtual influencers can mimic the human web stars. They have millions of followers and are increasingly in demand already today. Their popularity on social media rises every day.
Updating has turned Fortnite from an early access fort-building game to a popular social space to spend time with friends. Despite constant iteration, the expression has always been limited to the emotes that Epic programs into the game.