Rebecca Szetois an artist living and working in San Francisco, California. Her works play with subtle shifts of perception and provide open-ended, visual prompts that encourage creative interaction and completion from the viewer. Her work “Paintbrush Portraits” plays with notions of re-forming beauty and value. She uses humble, end-of-life, mass-produced materials inspired by her experience as a faux finisher. The paintbrush is self-referential, acting as both subject and object
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Tomokazu Matsuyama is a Brooklyn based artist whose large-format paintings (acrylic on canvas or paper) and sculptures depict dynamic scenes of cartoon-like cowboys and pop samurai in colorful settings and plaid and polka dot patterns. He was born in 1976 in Japan and moved to L.A. at the age of eight. Three years later, his family moved to Tokyo and eventually, he went to New York for grad school. All these cultural experiences have influenced his current style that reinterprets traditiona
Ellen Greene is a very talented American artist from Chicago. Her recent work has focused on vintage women’s gloves painted with reworked traditional western tattoo motifs and the visual tension between these two symbols. She said: “The gloves are symbols of a historical set of “ladylike” behavior that included modesty, purity and submissive attitudes.The tattoos in contrast speak a language of masculine behaviors.Traditional western tattoo narrative developed through sai
Alex Konahin is an illustrator from Riga, Latvia. His drawings are made with dip pen using india ink or other materials. You can find some of his beautiful works here.
Dodie is French tattoo artist who works at “L’HEURE BLEUE” tattoo Studio. If you would like to see more, I suggest you have a look at this page: Tattoo by Dodie “L’heure Bleue”
May Ann Licudine (aka Mall) is an illustrator from the Philippines. She works on and with different medias and her work goes from illustrations to paintings to toys.
Do you remember Mat Brown, the industrial designer who have shared a method for creating a glowing resin? Well, Mike Warren has followed this beautiful idea and he has made a tutorial which he filled the naturally formed voids in pecky cypress with this “magical” and photoluminescent resin. The result is absolutely wonderful! See the video! (via Colossal)
‘Skateboarding is a Crime‘ is a set of 12 exhibition illustrations created by Gerhard Human in collaboration with Woodies Ramps, a skateboard ramp building company in Cape Town.
English artist Chris LaBrooy has created this new series of images based on his previously project “Auto Aerobics“. Enjoy it!
Elisa Ancori is a very talented artist and illustrator from Barcelona. She has created this beautiful series of illustrations called ”Metamorfish” where she draws hybrid human-fish bodies; it represents the synergy between humans and aquatic nature. Her technique is based on graphite and colored pencils on paper, and pen.
Noel’le Longhaul is a tattooist, artist and music writer based out of Great Falls in the hills of Western MA. These tattoos are absolutely beautiful, this style and skill is some of the most amazing I’ve ever seen in the tattoo world till now. That’s my opinion, if you would like to see more, I suggest you have a look to this page Noel’le Longhaul Art.
Shane is a young and very talented graphic designer and illustrator based in Paris, France.
Camilla d’Errico (previously here) is an Italian-Canadian comic book illustrator, painter and toy designer who has been making waves in the fine art and comic industries with her manga-influenced style.
A photo set juxtaposing the past with the present in the setting of one of Beijing’s most historical landmarks has gone viral on Chinese social media. The project was a collaborative effort by the editors of the Forbidden City magazine, who dug through the archives for photographs of Chinese nobility and placed them side-by-side with modern day visitors in the same location. via
Martynas Šnioka is a very talented illustrator and tattoo artist based in Vilnius, Lithuania. Unfortunately I haven’t found much information about him but I suggest you have a look to his Instagram gallery. I really love his style!