Two Italian fellows tried to nonchalantly walk out of the Mahmoud Khalil Museum in Cairo today with the Van Gogh painting ‘Poppy Flowers’ worth $50 million. Surprisingly they actually made it out with the piece undetected, by cutting the canvas from it’s frame, only to be caught at the Cairo Airport. This is not the first time [...]
Japanese artist D’Holbachie-Yoko’s artwork is like a frolick into Candy Land on an acid trip. Here are a few of her colorful monster paintings…
If you’ve never seen the art of R.S. Connett a.k.a. Vomitus Maximus, get ready to be tantalized by his work. The closest artist one can compare R.S. Connett’s artwork to is Swiss painter H.R. Giger. Both have styles that represent the vision of the future in dark and detailed ways, which includes the use of [...]
Lauren DiCioccio print “Vogue JUL07:pg145 (Ripeness is All)” proves one can design something from the most simple resources, like a magazine page. You know those pieces that makes you go “Why didn’t I think of that?” Artists statement: I make sculptures and paintings about my anticipatory nostalgia for obsolescing paper media objects. The softness of [...]
The state of the egg is in bad shape. As we all know by the recent news headlines, sadly, eggs are being recalled due to a national salmonella outbreak. Coincidentally, I recently came across this painting by Luke Chueh, which uncannily represents the current state of the egg as our food source around the nation. Classic [...]
ARTIST BRIAN BORRELLO CREATES NEW PRINTS SERIES USING ACTUAL BP OIL Jonathan Ferrara Gallery announced a limited unique edition print by artist Brian Borrello that will benefit the expansion of resources and mental health support for children and families affected by the oil spill. Brian Borrello, New Orleans Skyline, digital print, BP Deepwater Horizon oil
Russian artist Olga Balabanova resides in Nizhniy Novgorod. Here are some samples of her beautiful paintings.