Today I just discovered the work of this Italian artist who lives and works in Canada. She points a little more: in the suburb of Oshawa.
She describes her work as “an illustrated commentary on human frailties“. Rooted in story-telling, her art practice draws from personal experiences and outward
The Ink paintings spread across the pages of old vintage books arranged in puzzle. Making different combinations. Fantastic work. By Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova. See more images below.
More Info from Ekaterina Panikanova. Click hier!!
Chéhère is a french artist. He lives in Menilmontant, a popular district of Paris, a real Tower of Babel where you can meet the whole world. These working class neighborhoods of Paris are his playground, his main source of inspiration, his own point of departure
Tanaka Tatsuya, an artist from Japan, never lost the imagination – he has created a playful tiny diorama every day, for the past 5 years!!! Using everyday items and put them into an online calendar
Subvisual Subway- Bacteria of the New York City subway by Craig Ward
Over the summer of 2015, Craig Ward rode the trains of each of New York City's twenty-two subway lines, collecting bacterial samples from hand rails, seats and other high traffic surfaces in an attempt
Incredibly detailed pencil carvings by Cindy Chinn. Nebraska-based fine artist Cindy Chinn carves detailed sculptures out of pencils. For this scene of a family of elephants walking across the Serengeti, Chinn bought herself a 10x diopter floor lamp and a 90x Trinocular on an arm (kinda like the equipment
Drawings, old maps, letters from other age, etc etc… I recently discovered one of the artists that surprised me. The idea is very simple : Drawings on different media. The result: Fabulous. Here you have more information about Mark Powell. Thanks for your illusions Mr.
Luciano Pia, an architect in Italy, has a beautiful and wonderful idea for how people and nature can live together even in a thoroughly urban landscape.
Lovely vision. More infos: www.lucianopia.it/
Barcelona-based Cinta Vidal (previously) produces complex architectural constructions to express how differently individuals can occupy the same world— each inhabitant carving out their own nook, cranny, and path within a similar environment. Her new acrylic on wood panels continue to serve as a metaphor for the
Swindlers & Co - Whole project
This project come from a mutual fascination for the 19th century bills and certificates. Those kind of diploma are nowadays antiquated and no longer valuable, just like subjects that they have picked up. Selling Empathy, Honesty or Self-Respect is by