Gordon Young is a visual artist who focuses on creating art for the public domain. His work ranges from sculptures to typographic pavements for places as disrelated as government headquarters and village squares. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is one of Europe’s leading open air art organizations. As part of a major fundraising initiative, the Walk of [...]
Ken Wong, illustrator and designer from Adelaide, Australia currently works as an Art Director at a computer game studio called Spicy Horse, in Shanghai.
You have probably heard of the urban graffiti artists Roa, Bansky, D*face and Blu, but have you heard of the Sixeart? Sixeart (real name Sergio Hidalgo) is a multidimensional graffti artist and sculptor started his artistic endeavor in the world of graffiti in the late 1980′s by tagged the streets of Barcelona, developing his own personal [...]
Try not to salivate while staring at these food art works by Andrea Alvin. All of the following in this Food Series are oil paintings on canvas. Not quite photo-realistic but it surely comes close. Yum! Hostess Cupcake
An artist and illustrator that goes by the name of ElectroBudista, from Bogotá, Colombia, created these beautiful watercolors. But these are no ordinary watercolors. They each tell a story from the bible. He was commissioned to do 30 watercolour pieces for an artshow in Singapore with a very interesting topic: Stories from the Bible. Here are [...]
STREET SMART GROUP SHOW IN NYC Doze Green – Siddhartha Starting with the founding fathers of graffiti and ending with the current generation of street artists, “Street Smart” Group Show at Affirmation Arts in New York City features the major players of the street scene and offers an overview of the current state of this art [...]
Stacks of staples were broken into varying sizes from full stacks about 12cm high down to single staples. These stacks were then stood up and arranged over a period of 40 hours, by artist Peter Root.