Archive for the ‘Artist Spotlight’ Category

Lola Alvarez Bravo by Lorette C. Luzajic Most photographers are known for mastery of a particular aspect of the art – lighting, composition, subject matter, style and design, creativity, perspective, portraits, and so forth. When a photographer’s strength is every one of these, you have the formidable Mexican Lola Alvarez Bravo. For fifty years, Lola [...]

Performance artist Yuda Braun is unconventional. Initially influenced by his art studies at Dvir and rebuilding the Third Temple in Jerusalem, Braun branched out and made a difference by challenging the perception of the people around him. Yuda Braun – Fed Up Installation The installation consists of 70 plaster cast faces, nurtured by glass Coca [...]

Artist DFROST hails from Houston, Texas, 3rd ward (the Trey), and now lives in San Antonio. We had the opportunity to interview him and find out more about him and what influences his artwork. He gains his inspiration from people he knows and tells us he never illustrates the same thing twice. Feel the Pain [...]

The Art of Raul Urias

10, Aug 2011

Illustrator Raul Urias who hails from Mexico has a signature colorful drippy style which adds movement and energy to any design he creates. Here are some samples of his work:

Born in Kattowitz, Poland, Roman Klonek’s inspiration draws from his love of old fashioned cartoons, especially East European Styles. In the 1990s he studied Graphic Arts in Duesseldorf and discovered his passion for woodcut printing. For the past 10 years Klonek has designed posters using wide range of whimsical creatures, who are mostly half animal/half [...]

Illustrator and graphic designer Samuel Castano’s influences for his design work derives from many things. They include  recycling, Latin America, cultural hybridization, movies, politics, art, riding his bicycle, found things, leaves, and DIY. His designs range from illustrations, to posters, logos and type treatments. No matter the medium, his work oozes a textural feel . [...]

On the surface, Italian artist Valentina Brostean’s beautiful digital art and traditional paintings are surreal and grotesque, with its audience appreciating the subject matter, skill and curiosity it conveys. However the pieces she creates offer deeper meaning and reflect on the artists views on life and personal experience. Not only does she create these wonderments, [...]

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