On Thursday, April 14 2011, Royal/T a visually stunning 10,000-square-foot space in Culver City, known for its changing program of rotating curatorial art exhibits from top artists and gallerists around the world—debuts “FACEMAKER”, a new exhibition curated by Kathy Grayson of New York City’s The Hole that will be displayed through June 2011. Featuring works from contemporary young artists including [...]
Jonny Wan, an illustrator from Manchester, creates the most amazing artwork. Layers upon layers of intricate shapes and color form gorgeous detailed designs. If you notice his designs are usually flat in appearance and have a unique set of colors. Recently Wan decided to push himself further as an artist, by challenging himself and stepping [...]
Felipe Caicedo creates some awesome unconventional pencil drawings. Here are some samples…
Archan Nair, born 1982 in New Delhi, is a self developed visual artist, illustrator and Art Director, specializing in mixed media, illustration, and digital art. About the artist: Formerly a fashion major and entrepreneur, Archan started painting in 2006 at the age of 24 and made the shift to independent artist in 2007. Since then [...]
Nick Veasey’s x-ray photography of ordinary objects, plant life, and toys remind us of scan machine prints one might get from an airport only they’re elevated to beautiful pieces of art. Here are some samples…
Watching the process of these poured paintings is half the fun of admiring them. Truly amazing! We want to try this at home! These are painting by Holten Rower.
Matthew Weinstein’s Piggy Bank sculpture is bronze casted and hand painted and is based on Pigs from animated piece, ‘The Childhood of Bertolt Brecht.’ It was first shown at Nolan Judin Gallery, Berlin, Germany, June 2010. A humorous charactature of a childhood money saving fixture. View more sculpture works on Matthew Weinstein’s website.