Posts Tagged ‘paintings

A man takes on a whale of a project in Moby Dick. ‘One Drawing for Every Page of Moby Dick’ is a project Matt Kish (seen in photo to the left) started in August 2009, after getting the inspiration from seeing artist Zak Smith make an illustration for every page of Thomas Pynchon’s novel ‘Gravity [...]

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is currently holding a comprehensive exhibition, (in the Dorrance Galleries), of Pablo Picasso and his artistic period between 1905 and 1945, including drawings, paintings, sculptures and printings from the museum’s collection of Picasso, as well as works loaned by private american collections, totalizing two hundred and fourteen objects. The exhibition, running [...]

Ken Vallario produces amazing surreal science fiction like paintings with a mystical flair. Here are some samples of his work…

Hukazawa Naohiro Hisahiro Fukasawa was born in 1976 in Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture and attended Osaka University of Arts, graduating in 2001. Fukasawa current lives in Tokyo. Using a pencil or acrylic paint, and gold leaf (traditional Japanese painting techniques), Fukasawa creates gorgeous works, by combining elements to portray modern Japanese identity with a traditional fusion flair.

A daily dose of eye candy to highlight amazing artworks utilizing graphic design, illustration techniques or computer generated,  that we find for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy! by Louisa Jenkinson, Lemur catta, 2009

Matthew Green studied architecture at New York Institute of Technology with the the bulk of his studies done at Rowan University in New Jersey, where he studied painting and printmaking. He considers himself to be a realist, and tries to capture more than the physical structure of a building or landscape, by finding the essence of [...]


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