Her name is Lora and she’s probably British because of her website url (.co.uk). There’s not much information on her DeviantART account, and all we can say is that she pretty much does some seriously cool watercolor paintings.
Nathan Brutsky is an Israeli artist living and working in Tel-Aviv who painted the amazing works with a new combination of color, harmony, and overflowing yet quiet energy, as well as intense textures that are also exquisitely balanced and refined.
Through his work, Florida-based painterScott Scheidly creates unorthodox renditions of tyrants, dictators and popes, turning them from drab to fab with the help of some color coordination and accessorizing. On his website, the artist says he began his exploration with color after “devouring a 10 pack of crayons” as a child.
He’s previously caused a splash in the art world by creating a real life city of Atlantis, sinking a life-size sculpture of a Volkswagen Beetle and even a house. And now British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has unveiled his latest collection of sub-aquatic art – this time with a serious message.The 39-year-old has unveiled a new series of works in the Museo Subacuatico de Arte, the subaquatic museum he co-founded back in 2009 off the coast of Cancun, Mexico. The new pieces include the submerged cement heads of the anchors on American news show NBC Today, cast when deCaires Taylor appeared on the show, which sit eerily amid a bed of sea grass.
Illustrator and graphic designer living in Cancun, Mexico, co-founder of Golpeavisa, Cesar Moreno presented in ‘Mirror, Mirror’ a series of seven paintings on wood in which transfers the classic world of Pin-up to hyper technological moment in the we live
Artist Lente Scura takes us on an emotional journey through her visually striking digital compositions. Filled with dramatic anguish, each female appears to be struggling with a sad, lonely heart. To convey her emotional message, Scura focuses less on the details and more on the energy that emanates from the canvas. With titles like Where Nightmares Bleed, The Forest of My Darkness, and Turn to Dust, Scura invites her viewers to reflect on the intense suffering and emptiness surrounding each delicate form.
Using old books, the artist Ekaterina Panikanova, applies paint over a lot of words and printed images creating a puzzle and “pieces” can be moved together to create a new image. Moreover, some of the paintings are 3D puzzles, painted sheets that are not attached to the rest of the book, adding in this way not only layers, but also an apparent texture works.
In November last year, auction house Christie’s in New York has brokered the sale of the most expensive works of contemporary art history. Names like Andy Warhol, Franz Kline, Jean Michel Basquiat, Mark Rothko, Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein attracted art lovers with considerable budgets. Below is the list of 10 most expensive works sold.
In this series called Zombie Portraits, the artist, Andre De Freitas imagines various characters from the world of animation – Batman, Ironman, Tin-Tin, Raphael from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and many others. The majority of his works, is a combination of photography, illustration and foto manipulation.
“Erratic” is an installation piece by Swedish architects Norell/Rodhe that shows a lot of personality. Daniel Norell and Einar Rodhe recently completed the project, which was featured in Helsinki Design Week this past September.
Made from a thick custom-made sack restricted at hundreds of points, the massive 3 x 3 x 3 meter piece illustrates the tension between meticulous design and temperamental materials.
From a distance, it’s difficult to tell that these abstract sculptures are even more impressive than they first appear. As viewers near each piece, it quickly becomes evident that the large, organic shapes are completely covered with dice. In the collection, Germany-based artist Anthony Cragg used only small, black and white cubes to construct the surface of each unique form. He did not find himself limited to the hard, square edges, and used thousands of the objects to create a variety of mesmerizing curves that mimic nature.
The less the French portrait photographer Eric Nehr knows about his subjects, the better. ”I select my models for the curve of a nape, the radiance of a complexion — nothing else,” he says. For ”Artistic License” on Page 102, Nehr shot this season’s expressive prints and jewel tones as an homage to the Austrian figurative painter Egon Schiele. The lanky artist’s angular aesthetic has made him a godfather of sorts to designers like Raf Simons. ”What strikes me is Schiele’s detailed attention to clothing — the matter, the pattern and the color — that he puts on skeletal bodies,” Nehr says. (To achieve the Schiele-esque effect, Nehr hand-painted the studio’s background and then color-washed the resulting photographs with complementing hues.)
Rhys Owens is an inspiring digital artist and designer. Described as “cruelly cool”, his body of work is comprised of an assortment of surreal characters which are created using a range of traditional and digital techniques.
Ekaterina Belinskaya is a photograher specializing in portrait / fashion photography. Her artworks are inspired by famous photographers such as Tim Walker, Helmut Newton or Anton Сorbijn. Explore her amazing world!