Linda McCluskey, an American painter who now resides in Paris, has a new book called Linda McCluskey Paintings that is filled with gorgeous photos of her most recent artworks. We especially love her Rooftop of Paris series and Long Tall Series. Here are some samples of what you can find inside. You can purchase this book [...]
If you haven’t seen Exit Through the Gift Shop, the story of how an eccentric French amateur film maker Thierry Guetta attempted to locate and befriend Banksy, here’s your chance to learn more about the famed urban graffiti artist in this short film ‘B Movie – Exit Through the Gift Shop’. UPDATE: Seems this video has been removed. [...]
“Something Old, Something New” Jewelry artist Marianne Hunter incorporates estate jewels into her gorgeous new pieces. You can meet her at the upcoming Washington Craft Show. Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Not only are those the words of a popular children’s song, they are words to live by for Marianne Hunter, a jewelry artist working in a [...]
Abdi Farah, the winner of Work of Art: The Next Great Artist, Bravo’s hour-long creative competition television series, who received a solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum as a part of his prize, will speak in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium there on October 1 at 12:30 p.m. before a group of 260 students [...]
What a cute Tea Cup Series! So dainty and colorful. Quan Vu is an artist based out of San Fransisco, CA. Not only does he make these fantastic works of art, he has also created Fonts as well.
Noma Bar is an Israeli born illustrator. During the first Gulf War, Bar discovered his interest in a unique combination of caricature and pictograms. While staying with his family in a shelter he sketched the likeness of Saddam Hussein around the radioactive symbol he found in a newspaper. Illustrator Noma Bar’s work is so simple, [...]