Yelena Bryksenkova is a global citizen born in Saint Petersburg, Russia then followed the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and the Academy of Applied and Decorative Arts in Prague, Czech Republic where she received her BFA in Illustration in 2010.

At the moment she and her imaginary elephant live in New England where she works as a freelance illustrator and fine artists. Take a look at her illustration and enter her world of colours and emotions. Solitaire, for the exhibition enormous tiny art show no. 14 Sep 6 - 29, 2013. Reykjavik, for

the exhibition enormous tiny art show no.13 at nahcotta gallery, Feb 1- Mar 3, 2013. Created with pen, watercolour and white ink on paper. Cat Nap, using watercolour and gouache on paper la Vida interior, a book cover illustration using pen and watercolour on paper elephant dream using pen and watercolour on paper

Li Hongbo is using stacks of layered paper to create statues that move, flex and contort into unreal shapes.

Kid Guy Collective created a video showing Li Hongbo art in motion, the video was recorded in 240fps.

Canadian designer Thibault SLD Hexi is an interactive array of 60 hexagonal modules embedded with mechanical servos that use data from a nearby depth camera to physically respond to nearby motion just like a moving wallpaper.

Kelly Nipper is a US artist born in 1971 in Edina, Minnesota. She is a graduate of California Institute of the Arts.

Nipper's artwork of Figure Underlay, Felt Overlay even though they show as static they seem to be in constant motion. Figure Underlay, Felt Overlay artwork was made with plaster, cardboard, wire, felt.

Stone Nudes by Dean Fidelman is a serie of photographs that got inspired and celebrate the human body through a three generation of women rock climbers.

In his book he presents over a hundred photographs of female rock climbers that he shot over the last ten years. His b/w approach is ideal for revealing the rock climbing spirit and the special connection it creates between the moving human body and the big rock

as an element of nature. Stripped out of any clothes female rock climbers show their bodies naked and full of strength giving us the chance to admire them free of any sexual cliches, Dean Fidelman writes "do not seek to sell or promote anything beyond the experience".