Korean artist Yong Won Song creates life-size thread and wire sculptures that look like scribbled drawings come to life. The artist says, “My work attempts to present ‘a world of dream’ as a combination of unconsciousness and consciousness.” His augmented scenes visualize figures and objects as fragmented subjects. They are incomplete in their presence, reflecting the haziness of one’s memories of their dreams. Song’s sculptures are representations of unconscious, scattered thoughts that one tries to piece together in a lucid state.
Cézar Brandão is a freelance character artist from Sao Paulo, Brazil, currently living in Melbourne, Australia. He has been nominated and awarded with several awards, including the top row on Zbrushcental and the CG Hub Editor’s Choice.
There is nothing much to say about Brazilian street artist DMS except, mind boggling. The artist uses human expressions in his paintings and it comes off. DMS is the short form Devi De Milo Santos. You will find his murals, portraits, facial paintings all over the streets of Brazil.
Sven Groenewald is a tattoo artist from Berlin, Germany. Working for the Scratchers Paradise studio, he says about themselves “we used to be new, young and fresh but after a few years we became old and stinky”. Enjoy his gallery!
Charles Leval, aka Levalet is a French based artist who created realistic street art figures across in the streets of Paris. His work was achieved by careful location of the perfect spots and accurate measurements as well as inspirations when drawing.
The Life of a Superhero is the name of a project by Swedish artist Andreas Englund. The project consists of some incredibly funny and photo realistic oil paintings documenting a Superhero in his day to day life; the ups, the downs, and the damn right hilarious. The series takes you through the life of this Superhero, from a toddler to an old man, and highlights the everyday struggles that can happen to the best of us.
Sasha Unisex is an eclectic tattoo artist in Saint Petersburg, Russia with a minimal point of view of colors in tattoos.
She has an amazing minimalist vision between geometry and watercolor styles giving the tattoo a new feature as she puts twist in every design that she does. Her style reminds us of Victor Octavian’s Watercolor Tattoos by the way of choosing unconventional and contrasting colors.
Sasha Unisex designs consist mostly of animals and nature emphasizing on the geometrical shape and shades.
Enjoy her gallery!
Halloween’s coming and you don’t know how to scare yourself? We have for you the terrifying street installations by the artist Mark Jenkins, permanently destroying your overall sense of comfort on the street. Jenkins is able to create a series of grim and absurd figures using adhesive tape, polyethylene, and the crude molding techniques.
Chinese artist Mu Boyan paints naked fat men, sometimes very big and sometimes flying through the air. Boyan has a Masters from the Sculpture department at the the central Academy of Fine Arts in China and we are glad we happened upon her work this morning!
Urbanproof is a clothing line that has been designed by the agency WTF (Write The Future) for B’twin to address problems that bikers encounter every day in the city. Thus, this is a range of coats, hats and gloves which was designed to allow urban cyclists to enjoy cycling as much comfort as on foot. To illustrate this project three artists themselves using their bikes daily, were asked to illustrate with their respective expertise three promises made products this collection: visibility, light and cold protection.
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.
Street art by Brazil based graffiti artist Andre Muniz Gonzaga, aka Dalata. Andre creates his work on some irregular objects in a style of abstract and surrealism using variety of techniques – painting, drawing and sculpture.
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.