Japanese painter Tetsuya Ishida only lived to the age of 31 (he tragically passed away in 2005 after getting hit by a train), but left behind a legacy of striking surrealistic paintings that explored issues of the self and society. Many of these paintings feature figures melded with their environment with blank expressions that represent both [...]
JAMES GURNEY ‘DINOTOPIA’ EXHIBIT AT NORTON MUSUEM OF ART Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney opened June 5th at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, FL and runs through September 5, 2010. Inspired by a deep and abiding interest in archaeology, lost civilizations, and the art of illustration, James Gurney invites [...]
Pink Ghost in Hollywood, FL is holding an open call art show titled ‘Book It‘ where participants are encouraged to entire and design a hard book cover. You can customize your hardcover book anyway you like. They will be displaying all the books closed with the front cover forward. All submissions must be brought to [...]
This delicate piece of art depicts the street of Paris in an intricate web of cut out paper. 30″ × 22″ hand cut mapcut on a thick watercolor textured paper with rough edges. It can be yours for $1,100. He,y it took a lot of work to do this; it took the patience of four monks. [...]
Oliver Munday is a graphic designer living and working in Washington, DC. Along with his studio in DC, he co-founded “Piece”, a socially based design collaborative, with Bernard Canniffe and Mike Weikert. Piece believes that designers can play a significant role in positive change and social justice. 3 Dimensional alphabet created from melted plastic army [...]
Luke Ramsey’s simple shapes come together to create some eye popping pieces of art.
With the review for Splice already posted, you know my thoughts about the film itself. But what about the visual mastery of the opening title sequence? I can tell you it was one of my favorite parts of the film. Overlooking the fact that it was the longest credit intro I’ve seen, it is creatively [...]