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Artist Of The Week – Carne Griffiths

Carne Griffiths is an artist based in London, GB. Originally from Liverpool, he graduated from the Kent Institute of Art and Design in Maidstone in 1995. After graduation Carne served an apprenticeship and worked as a gold wire embroidery designer for 12 years, hence floral pattern, repetition and flow play a large part in his work. He produced intricate designs for the military and the film, theater, fashion and advertising industries. His designs were used for the uniforms in the films Valkyrie, The Last King of Scotland, and in particular...


MY HEART IS AN ANIMAL by Katarzyna and Marcin Owczarek

"My Hearth is An Animal " is a amazing photo series created by Katarzyna & Marcin Owczarek. Telling stories is a part of their fine art photography project based on surrealistic imagery. "My Hearth is An Animal" brings elaborate compositions combining human and animal elements. Photographers employ animal characters in human settings, often in a social and spiritual context, because each creature brings to life beautiful and original symbolism and emotional values. "We are all connected, people, animals, nature...as a one living organism. In every human being there is a...


Portraits Of Heroes And Villains Merged Into One Picture

Today we want to share great work of really talented artist. Dada she loves drawing and she is huge Disney fan. Using color pencils she is creating unique designs. This time we are presenting selection of her work, where she took the pure and honest good of cartoon characters and merged them side-by-side with their villain counterparts. Dada admit that she wanted to draw pure, honest, "good" characters that have an evil side or a villain. More: Instagram Post udostępniony przez d a d a (@dada16808) 17 Mar, 2017 o 6:00 PDT...


Weronika Gęsicka And Her Disturbing Surreal Photography

Weronika Gesicka is a Polish artist, born in Włocławek, Poland. She has graduated from the graphics department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and the Academy of Photography. Just recently world get crazy about Weronika's surreal photo series "Marks". Marks are, by definition, traces or other indications of the existence or passing of something. Evidence of a presence. Confirmation of participation. Examples of such marks are photographs, which document the existence of people, situations, moments. Her projects address themes tied to memory and its mechanisms. Gesicka is interested...


Fashion Illustrator Shamekh Bluwi And His Clothes With Clouds And Buildings

Shamekh Bluwi is an architect and fashion illustrator based in Amman, Jordan. Most known from creating beautiful paper cut-outs with women whose dresses become whatever you hold them up against. Shamekh draws models wearing dresses of his own design, then cuts out the clothes and takes photos of him holding the drawings up to different backgrounds. Bluwi work is great example that there's beauty around us all the time if we look for it. So next time when you will travel to work or shool look around you maybe you...


Micro Art by Hasan Kale

Hasan Kale is well known Turkish micro-artist. He started his adventure with painting in his early childhood, began his career by drawing miniatures in Istanbul. Artist uses his miniature drawing talent for his paintings, tries to interpret miniature art with a contemporary eye. He paints on things we see,  exposed or ignored in our daily lives like a rice, a nail, a silk cacoon, a needle, a buttterfly wing. Hasan Kale considers these micro-works as a turning point for his career. “Things we usually see can turn into something invisible”...


Renaissance With a Touch of Modernity by Gerard Mas

Let me introduce you to this young Spanish artist. Gerard Mas is a sculptor, born in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Girona, Spain. He studied at Llotja Art School in Barcelona. As you can see below Gerard evokes 15th century Florentine portraits and adds a pinch of modernity and humour. Clear inspiration for his marble sculptures is early modern period and the Renaissance but Mas never forgets to add some elements from present days, like chewing-gum, tattoo, lollipop or microphone. His favourite materials are marble, alabaster, wood, resin and bronze. Learn...


Andy Warhol’s Polaroids

Before there was an Instagram, there was Warhol. This is an artist that definitely was ahead of an era. Since late 60's until his death in 1987, Warhol carried his Polaroid camera wherever he went. On his polaroids he captured the innumerable of famous faces, included his own and this fleeting moments that swirled around him with every step. "A photo means that I know from every minute where I was. That's why I'm making photos. This is a kind of visual diary. " - Andy Warhol This and much...

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