Two adjectives describe Brazilian artist Julian Gallasch’s work, eclectic and awesome. Here are some samples…
Justin Aerni’s artwork is a cross between whimsy and the macabre. In his unique style he captures the essence of horror in his drawings without being overtly gruesome. Amazing talent. Justin Aerni was taught by his grandfather at an early age how to paint and draw. He currently resides in Portland, OR.
The awesome detailed drawings of Raul Bigatti.
Sandro Castelli was born in 1973 in São Paulo, Brazil, where he still lives and works as a freelance illustrator. Though mostly self-taught, he graduated from a comic book/illustration oriented art school. Sandro has a wide variety of work that includes, fantasy, horror and even cartoons and infographics.
We recently came across Brooklyn-based artist Justin Paszul and his artwork, and thoroughly fell in love with it. Luckily, we got a chance to interview him to see where he draws inspiration from and what makes him tick. His answers in the Q & A below are very inciteful. Homunculus
Comic artist Nick Derington’s print, “The Stranger” is an 18×24 silkscreen hand-printed and signed and numbered by the artist is available for purchase. “Stranger-Motel” is limited to either ONE MONTH or 100 copies sold, whichever comes first.
Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks that we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. In the last edition we covered the wicked world of Hansel and Gretel. Today we are highlighting Superflat art. Founded by the artist Takashi Murakami, Superflat is postmodern art movement which is influenced [...]