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* Jen Stark

(Weekly Theme: Space) A white abyss of nothingness rips apart like a seam. From the tear pours an intense array of colors. The colors flash and alternate like beats in …

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Loic Sattler

Creative Tempest looks to Loic Sattler for a vision of contemporary design trends, and what we see is radiant color, abstract design, irony, nostalgia, beautiful women, and striking text. It …

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Vitaly S. Alexius

Vitaly S. Alexius’s wonderful fantasy digital paintings take us at Creative Tempest not just to the end of the world, but also to the end of the world! Confused? Well …

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Khuong Nguyen

Khuong Ngyuyen needs a massage. His photo composites tell all Creative Tempest needs to know, and we are going to send him over a skilled Swede right away.

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Nicolas Alexander

Since it’s inception writers attempted to move the reader with words, to stir the emotions into flight, but Nicolas Alexander was born to ask, “Why don’t the words move themselves?” …

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* Gerardo Monterrubio

Creative Tempest is thrilled to break through the surface of cliche design and art, and descend into the truly creative abyss to find our artists and bring them

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Flying Förtress

Through an opening in a heavy door, a shaft of light falls onto the shining surface of the white linoleum floor of a pristine laboratory. The glowing shaft…

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Phillip Toledano

Through an opening in a heavy door, a shaft of light falls onto the shining surface of the white linoleum floor of a pristine laboratory.

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Pietari Posti

Pietari Posti precisely paints pleasing patterns for patient patrons, peeping his portfolio. Creative Tempest is not liable for any spit related keyboard damage if you read that sentence out loud. …

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Creative Tempest Poster Giveaway

Creative Tempest is back with yet another poster giveaway competition. This time we are delivery some hot posters by Taj Francis to five lucky winners. All you have to do …

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Kevin Banna

Kevin Banna captures modern life with his camera like Norman Rockwell would today, that is with a healthy dose of cynicism. It’s not the lighting, composition that are not clean …

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* Stick Up Kids

The Stick Up Kids really define the kind of art Creative Tempest grew up on, murals with tags where the names are almost unreadable, which exist just as an excuse

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Luke Lucas

Creative Tempest supposes that great typographers like Luke Lucas could also be called poets since both poets and typographers express the beauty in words. However, there is a difference. A …

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Tiago Hoisel

Tiago Hoisel is a mad scientist reanimating cartoon characters into living beings, or perhaps he is capturing the souls of living beings and injecting them into cartoon molds? Either way …

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Aaron Nace

Aaron Nace is the star of his own show, but while many of us are questing for stardom all over the internet by filling out silly surveys, updating your status, …

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Paulo Flatau

Paulo Flatau may make patterns, but he’s definitely not repeating himself, or anyone else for that matter. Creative Tempest typically loathes looking at the same thing over and over again, …

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* Fred Eerdekens

Like a miner tears through solid earth to find his treasure, Fred Eerdekens tears through light to find his treasure, but while the miner searches for material gain,

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Cristiano Siqueira

Cristiano Siqueira tells Creative Tempest that while photographs are fine, an illustrated portrait can sometimes raise the power of the human face to a higher level. Cristiano interprets unique faces …

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Drew Millward

Through this difficult recession, Drew Millard’s volcano-erupting, storm-seeding, earthquake-causing, poster designs keep the tack companies in business, all of them. Creative Tempest is considering building an east wing onto our …

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Gary Salter

Please excuse Creative Tempest’s first awful pun. !WARNING! “Gary Salter? More like Gary Sugar!” !WARNING! We hope you made it through that one just fine, and though we are sorry …