Gangs of cyberpunk characters roam across the relics and rubble of crumbling cityscapes in the desolate universe of Max Prentis.
The digital collages in the 39th issue of FELT Zine will make you even more scared of your periodontist.
Lucy Hardcastle reawakens "material consciousness" with an all-in-one multi-sensory experience, technological breakthrough, and artwork.
Total office goals.
Japanese artist Naganeo creates a surreal limbo of digital and analog existence in the 38th issue of FELT Zine.
Stephanie Washburn’s visually-stunning photographs look like extraterrestrial landscapes.
Lee Griggs' haunting 3D scans don't look human anymore.
Founder of FELT Zine Mark Sabb and new media artist Michael Green tap into the psyche of American politics.
According to net artist Tissue Hunter you can learn a lot about someone from their toys.
Luisa Azevedo makes magic with her surreal, beautiful photo manipulations.
Turn up the "binocular rivalry" in Memo Akten’s new installation, 'Fight.'
Italian media designer notawave reflects on the loneliness of mortality in the 36th issue of FELT Zine.