Fenloe, a British-Canadian folk artist, include the use of mixed media and a variety of subject in his works. His work rapidly evolved into its current form, which consists of his trademark bright and bold colours, as well us simplistic subjects. Today Fenloe shares his work with MyBest, you can see more of his art in our paper issue!
Explore the new perception of house with our talented Veronica! It’s a beg, it’s an invitation, it’s art! What happens when you change the perspective on something so familiar?
My finger hovered over the ‘Post’ button for ages. In my head I was having a right old debate about
whether I should press it; “What happens if nothing happens?” What if someone responds and I
can’t help them or worse I fail?” “Just bloody press it Claire!”
The exploration of visual representation of love and longing by Maggie Eve Coffee is yet another photography piece featured in our very first issue. To find more about the artist – click, click, click!
Daya doesn’t regret her choice of pursuing art as a career. She tells us what creating means to her and why it’s a tangible part of her life she never wants to leave behind. Her work is truly stunning! Learn more about Daya and her thoughts on why one should always choose art by reading her short article.
Nicolle tells us what the new normal is like in Czech Republic and what emotions it sparks within her. Nicolle’s poem was inspired by the current situation in the country and how it influences the society. Give it a read.
Teri creates works that resemble a linear or surreal environment for audience to inhabit. See her work here!
Didiet shares some of his portrait photographs with us. See what anonymity looks like in pictures.
EEL tells us about his first steps in music production.
Aman, born and brough up in India, works as an independent writer, director and producer. He wants to entertain the audience but at the same time educate them. Film making is his way to let the world know his thoughts.