Archive for December 16th, 2010

Artist Interview with Enda O’Donoghue who turns forgotten digital images into fine art. Upon first examination of the paintings of Enda O’Donoghue, one notices something is off. With further inspection you realize there is a digitized effect peppering the canvas and immediately you want to why. Elevator As stated in his bio, the images in [...]

This highly detailed “Forest” color woodcut print depicts a forest scape erupting with patterns of lush green flora & fauna and tiny animals hidden into treetops. This is the finished product. You can see how it was created below. This is not a digitally reproduced print. After drawing the original design on birch plywood,it is [...]

Michelle Hinebrook draws inspirations such as cubism, conceptual abstraction, minimalism as well as many other diverse influences to create her gorgeous multi-colored paintings. Hinebrook starts with sketches, writings and documentation of her surroundings which are then scanned and developed into a computer-generated image. Veils, mesh and found objects are then arranged across the surface of [...]

With bizarre and fantastical illustrations, ‘Monsters: A Bestiary of the Bizarre’ provides a dark yet engrossing visual history of fearsome beasts from every age and culture. This book explores monsters through the ages and throughout the world. Christopher Dell investigates what the existence of monsters even if only in our heads says about humankind, and [...]

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