Drawings of Maess are always characterized by an uncommon precision of the line, frivolous and whimsical at the same time, and an uncommon saturation of the image, so often mistaken for computer generated images. She draws from such distant sources as Spanish expressionism (with its dark humor), anti-discursive games of Duchamp (with their foolishness), and [...]
Columbian visual artist Pedro Covo’s work recently came across our path and we just had to share some of his gorgeous creations. Not only a fantastic illustrator, Covo creates some amazing paintings as well.
When one thinks of roadkill, they often think of a poor animal lying on it’s side, off to the side of the road, stiff with rigor mortis as it is driven by in the flash of an eye. As the passerby scrunches up their eyes squeamishly, they care not to think of it any longer. [...]
Love and Rockets: Artist Yaron Bob Turns Bombs into Roses by Lorette C. Luzajic Israeli artist Yaron Bob was looking for “a new symbol of peace, and an answer to death.” Yaron Bob with his sculptures. The computer teacher, blacksmith, and metal sculptor sought a way to symbolize to the world that the people of [...]
Poland based illustrator and graphic designer Krzysztof Domaradzki’s personal work shows the mastery of his skill. Loose lines, almost erratic in nature, blend with purpose to form amazing illustrations and graphic pieces. Here are some examples:
Paintings by Diego Gravinese appear to be photographs, they are so realistic. Mostly working in oil, Gravinese creates snapshots in time, seemingly from the eyes of a voyeur. Here are some samples of his artwork: After the Gold Rush
Performance artist Yuda Braun is unconventional. Initially influenced by his art studies at Dvir and rebuilding the Third Temple in Jerusalem, Braun branched out and made a difference by challenging the perception of the people around him. Yuda Braun – Fed Up Installation The installation consists of 70 plaster cast faces, nurtured by glass Coca [...]