View Post

Benjamin Delacour

Most artists want to take you somewhere else in their work, but Benjamin Delacour wants to take you apart! Benjamin Delacour’s computer is a wrecking ball for the human form, …

View Post

tokidoki

It’s a bathtub revolution, and Creative Tempest is standing on the toilet, shaking a luffa and shouting,” Death to the rubber ducky! Long live tokidoki!” Creative Tempest loves tokidoki’s unique …

View Post

Taj Francis

Way back in 1961 Barry Mann once asked, “Who put the Bomp (in the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp)?” and never found his answer. Creative Tempest just recently asked, “Who put the …

View Post

* Daim

DAIM (not to be confused with the Swedish chocolate) is another graffiti artist from way back from us at Creative Tempest. DAIM’s eye-catching graffiti jumped off our computer screens and …

View Post

Nik Ainley

Creative Tempest went to a biker convention full of bearded outlaws and in all the reflective bike frames, and shinning chrome-covered exhaust pipes we could see nothing but the work …

View Post

Jason Seiler

Creative Tempest is excited to bring you someone who is out of our current range of artists, Jason Seiler. We have a goal to bring you great, inspiring art no …

View Post

Andreas Smetana

Andreas’s work is hard to sum up. It can at turns be classically beautiful, witty, all-out creative, haunting, or simply straightforward. The variety in his work is much like Wooly …

View Post

Alberto Seveso

Alberto Seveso redefines the term “body art” for Creative Tempest. For us, it no longer conjures images of tattoo parlors, Mardi Gras, or two-page spreads in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit …

View Post

* BLU

Shel Silverstein cuts loose in the work of BLU, and fulfills the dark undertones of his books of poems that we at Creative Tempest loved as kids. Limbs are lost …

View Post

Pablo Alfieri

Pablo Alfieri’s designs capture the chaos and creation of the universe, then skip through the birth of life, the horrible reign of tiny but brutal single-celled organisms, the magnificent life …

View Post

Tony Dorio

Tony Dorio is a creative photographer mining decades of American culture and lifestyle in order to weave a tapestry of work that anyone could call “retro,” that is anyone but …

View Post

Jeremyville

You’ve stayed up all night through the crack of dawn, long enough to eat some breakfast cereal again and watch some old Disney cartoons, but before you can finish your …

View Post

Jennifer Maestre

A tree is logged in the forest, shipped off to a sawmill, and eventually ends up in your box of colored pencils hundreds of miles away and looking very different, …

View Post

* Chuck Anderson

Everyone knows what happens when you stare at the sun, but what happens when you stare at the northern lights? Chuck Anderson is what happens, a glowing spectrum colors fading …

View Post

Weekend News

On January 12th, 2009 Creative Tempest was launched and this Thursday we will be celebrating our 1 month anniversary. Already Creative Tempest has been turning the heads of visitors from …

View Post

Alexandre Duret-Lutz

Creative Tempest has been watching the trend of 360 degree Panoramas grow steadily in online communities, and we’ve noticed that Alexandre Duret-Lutz does a heck of a job with it. …

View Post

Lucy McRae and Bart Hess

Perhaps Lucy and Bart’s bizarre costumes provide us with a look into the future where silliness and sophisticated plastic surgery combine to allow humans instant evolution into whatever imaginative creature …

View Post

Andy Glass

Andy Glass captures photographs that on their own are gorgeous, and then he layers them into his other worldly photo composites. He works with such artistic integrity that the illusions …

View Post

Banksy

Banksy is iconoclastic. It’s hard not to see a work of graffiti done in stencil and not think of him, and that’s saying a lot. His work is simple and …

View Post

* Dave Hill

As digital capture slowly replaces film for still photography, Dave Hill stands as a dual figure on either end in the death of a medium. A roll of film is …