Alexey Kashpersky artworks on OpenBio

OpenBIO 2016

For the third year in a row, I was invited to take part in the Open Bio Exhibition which is part of the larger Open Bio conference in Koltsovo, Novosibirsk. See the full press release here. Thank you for the invite, Maria Pelipas!

Mount Hollywood in Los Angeles' Griffith Park

Griffith Observatory

Legendary Griffith Observatory, one of “have to visit” places if you are in LA. Most beautiful views of Los Angeles and Hollywood are here together with one of the world’s best astronomy observatories in the world. Sounds like not enough motivation to visit? Ok, did you know that more than … Continue reading

ZBrush Award

ZBrush Award 2016

What can I say and where I may find the right words to describe the feeling that I got when my name was announced on the ZBrush Awards Ceremony as a winner in the “Image of the Year” nomination? I am an artist and not really sure that I will … Continue reading

V-Ray ChaosGroup

Interview for V-Ray ChaosGroup

It was a pleasure and honor for me to be interviewed by V-Ray Chaos Group for their official website.Henry Winchester, thank you so much for contacting me and helping to make this happen! You did a great job on the article understanding and handling my English :)) Original article can … Continue reading

Long Island Sailing

Sailing Day

Moments of silence and freedom… the best possible thing that can happen in my life. Sailing around the Long Island and meeting the sunset. Regards to my Poland friend who invited us to join him in this feast of water wind and colors… Great Gatsby’s House at Long Island

Tutorial

Tutorial: 360° Artwork on Facebook

Last days I saw a couple of 360 degree artworks on Facebook posted by my colleagues which made me very curious how it’s possible?! They are so hot and fresh looking! Especially if you will try to check them out on mobile phone with a bit of shaking… wow! Another great pros … Continue reading

Night in Montclair

Montclair at Night

On photo: Sculpture in front of Montclair Art Museum As a continuation of my photo blog series with posts about Montclair. This time want to show you some evening and night atmosphere and silent streets. On photo: First Congregational Church of Montclair Night view of the Montclair Art Museum Intersection … Continue reading

myRoche Magazine

Illustration for a Nobel Prize winner in myRoche

It’s a honor for me to announce that my artwork “Neural Pathways” was selected to illustrate the Interviewpage with a Nobel Prize winner Thomas Südhof in the Swiss magazine MyRoche. Want to express my gratitude to the editorial team of the magazine. It was a pleasure to cooperate with you.

medical illustration

AMI 2016 Exhibition

Hi guys, here are some photos of my Ebola Virus artwork exhibited on the annual Association of Medical Illustrators Conference that took part in in Atlanta, Georgia this year. Want to say thank you to my co-worker Trisha for help with preparation of the artwork and all paperwork for the … Continue reading

Fall in Montclair, New Jersey

Autumn in Montclair

Here is a continuation of my photo-series about the city where I live. Previous post was about Winter in Montclair. This time it’s all about Autumn. Hope you will like it! 🙂 This amazing nature and garden decorations are located in the area of Residence Inn, West Orange. Perfect place … Continue reading

Upper Montclair

Anderson Park, Montclair

Anderson Park, which located in the Upper Montclair Area, is in perfect walking distance from my apartment, so I can do my usual 10000 daily steeps, to keep myself in shape, because I can not do any sports for reasons of my back injury 🙁 In addition it’s very beautiful … Continue reading

July 4th Montclair 2016

July 4, 2016 Parade in Montclair

This year I was lucky to visit the USA Independence day parade in Montclair, NJ and made a lot of photos that day. You will see some of them below. It was very interesting and exciting to see this show, watch people, their reaction and how they are proud of … Continue reading

Sandy Hook Light House

Sandy Hook LightHouse (1764)

Reading different books or stories, where the action took place in or around the lighthouses, such as Stephen King’s “Storm of the Century” or other, it was always interesting and exciting for me to visit one of them. For me it was a surprise to find out that we have … Continue reading

Fort Hancock

Fort Hancock, Sandy Hook

It’s the second part of my Sandy Hook Explore journey. See the first part, about the Lighthouse here. These missiles imitations located on the entrance path to the Fort Hancock Nike Missiles Rodman Gun Nine Gun Battery. Erected A.D. 1902 I was so surprised to see the Prickly Pear Cactus bloom! … Continue reading

New York

Summer in New York

Summer walk in downtown and area of Pier 16. Just enjoy that colors and feeling of Big Apple City… hope you will like it 🙂 Just random NYC streets