(revisiting this three years later)
update 03.14.13: changed some things, giving up now
Something I whipped up at work.
The Black Coat Project by Charles Malinsky
FLAMIN’GO mural - TELMO MIEL
recently sold this chump
Art History remixed— Cuban-American artist Cesar Santos’s painting series, “syncretism” mixes iconic work by masters from Renaissance to Modernism.
Michael Reedy. Expulsion (e,). Mixed media on paper, 42 x 42”.
Absolutely beautiful and shows so much talent
Jessica Gabrielli (Switzerland) - Momentum #4 Paintings: Oil Pastels on Canvas
At a first glance, Ron Mueck’s work space looks more like a laboratory than an artist’s studio. The hyper-realist sculptor has perfected the art of replicating human flesh, building human faces and bodies both in large and small scale, all the while staying true to anatomical proportions. Mueck is opening a solo show on April 16 at Fondation Cartier in Paris — his first major European solo show since 2005. Take a look at some images of Mueck in his London studio from photographer Gautier Deblonde‘s recent visit with the artist, as well as some of the pieces in the show. Ron Mueck’s work will be on view at Fondation Cartier April 16 – September 29.
One of my favorites.
“The concept is simple. Take a blank sheet with nothing but the basic outline of a pinup girl and illustrate a unique scene around her.”
Solitude by Joe Fenton
Process shots show firstly working in graphite, then later adding ink and acrylic.
Here is my Love Bug illustration for HelpInk.org! They’re a great printing company that donates profits from each print to the charity of you choice. I love how this one came out, and it’s being sold exclusively through their website. The theme I followed was ‘Loving Others’ and for this one I tried to encorporate heart shapes into each insect’s body shapes, textures, and patterns. Prints are available in a variety of sizes as giclees and postcards and are also mounted on bamboo and birch.
Available at Helpink.org
I might REALLY need this.