Today, shopping while sitting in a comfy chair instead of aimlessly wandering around a store is becoming second nature to a lot of us, but in 1950, yes more than 65 years ago, it was already a hot new concept– albeit a concept the world perhaps just
NYC Storefronts in Miniature by artist Randy Hage. Meticulously constructed miniatures by Randy Hage. Drawn to the often-overlooked beauty of aging structures, Hage began photographing the cast iron facades in the SoHo area of New York. He has photographed over 450 storefronts over the past
Today I received news from a friend and he informed me about the delicacy and the deep sensitivity of some of the drawings that make up the work of this Colombian artist named Juan Osorno.
Other nice projects from Juan Osorno FRACASOS NECESARIOS / NECESSARY FAILURES
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
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
The New York-based artist Kim Keever creates abstract underwater art with paint for his series ‘Abstract Images‘. Using a huge fish tank, the former NASA engineer-turned-artist drops various colors of paint into the water, which creates dreamy landscapes. Keever’s artworks has been exhibited in numerous