Archive for the ‘Illustrations’ Category

Skulls were all the rage a few years back and just like with any fad, they have seemingly disappeared from main stream. However, our love affair with this symbol of death is alive and well. Case in point…this new art print ‘Momento Vitae’ by artist and illustrator Alexander Beeching. This print proves skulls can be [...]

Freelance graphic designer Matei Apostolescu, aka Beacoup Zero, creates the most amazing colorful works of art similar to paint by numbers. The Gift of Finance

The Art of Jiro Bevis

12, Oct 2010

Illustrator Jiro Bevis’ designs runs the gamut from fashion, editorial, commercial, to flyers, band posters and logos.

November 5 through the 28th, 2010, La Luz de Jesus Gallery presents Laurie Lipton ‘Punk Machine’ show, inspired by the Steampunk movement. Info Glut The artists states “Instead of steam, however, my devices are mostly run by electricity and madness. I was vacuuming one day and noticed the amount of plugs and cables on the floor… [...]

French cartoonist Claude Serre (November 1938 – November 1998) started drawing cartoons, after a an eight year stint studying stained glass under Max Ingrand. He illustrated for such French publications as Plexus, Planet, Hara-Kiri, Pariscope and La Vie Electrique. As you can see his illustrations are quite satirical, gruesome and humorous. Here are some of his drawings pertaining to music.

Artist Vinicius Quesada from São Paulo, Brazil designs these interesting ‘poster’ prints with an exaggerated sepia, brick and yellow color set that makes the art pop. House

The Exquisite Book is a project based on the Surrealist game called the Exquisite Corpse (similar to the old parlour game called ‘Consequences’ in which players write in turn on a sheet of paper, fold it to conceal part of the writing, and then pass it to the next player for a further contribution.) The book is [...]

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