Archive for the ‘Paintings’ Category

Daily Design Inspiration is a daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks utilizing graphic design, painting, illustration techniques, or computer graphics, that we find for your viewing pleasure. Today’s edition is…Monsters and Creatures.

MARLENE DUMAS ‘ AGAINST THE WALL’ EXHIBIT Born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1953, Marlene Dumas received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Cape Town and had her first exhibition in Paris in 1979. Her works have since been shown in Basel, Amsterdam, The Tate Gallery London and at The Saatchi [...]

Have you ever seen a Mandelbrot? You know…those fractals with the effect of constant zooming in that never seems to end. The bizarre cartoon Superjail has that effect in it’s opening sequence. You can see a clip below. The zoom effect starts at the 1:29 mark. If your not into wacked-out, violently absurd cartoons, then [...]

Neue Galerie New York presents “Otto Dix,” the first solo museum exhibition of works by this major German artist ever held in North America. The exhibit opened today and plans on running through August 30, 2010. Organized by Olaf Peters, Professor of Modern Art History and Art Theory at the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, the show will [...]

Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks utilizing graphic design, painting, illustration techniques, or computer graphics, that we find for your viewing pleasure. We have a special edition today…Alice in Wonderland. Who doesn’t love Alice in Wonderland? No one it seems, as indicated by Tim Burton’s film [...]

Bad Motha Eraserhead Dave MacDowell recently has his amazing acrylic painting exhibited at the Flatcolor Gallery in Seattle, WA on March 4th. Who is he and what kind of work does he do? Well read on…

Otto Rapp was born in 1944 in Felixdorf, Lower Austria and educated in Vienna. Initially a self-taught painter, he studied at various Galleries and Museums. In Vienna, he often hung out at the Akademie der Bildenden Kuenste, where he admired the work of the Wiener Schule des Phantastischen Realismus. Encouraged by an art dealer he began to paint [...]


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