It’s hard to find a creative practitioner who doesn’t experiment with different mediums in this day and age. Most artists have a variety of ongoing projects but to find someone that can clearly convey their stylistic ideals across a series of mediums is a rare find.
Stephanie Dimiskovski is a student who dabbles in two main mediums. The first is through freelance photography. Dimiskovski creates stylistic scenes that not only have a beautiful aesthetic, but also feature a subject willing to become a live sculpture by molding their bodies into shapes that compliment the images overall style.
Dimiskovski also illustrates a series of images that can either be created by careful sketching, or through digital design. The sketches seem to be a very new way for Dimiskovski to express her creativity as she uses a variety of different styles and materials, such as lead pencils and bold felt pens, to create the pictures.
Her digital designs seem to be slightly more advanced as they have a continuous aesthetic. The designs have a minimal aesthetic and feature a variety of different objects that would have no doubt been chosen because of their obscureness and interesting lines.
Dimiskovski’s work can be seen either on her blog or her website.
Words / Lauren Payne