Lightning and Kinglyface are Anna Fulmine and Victoria Shahrokh. Working on self initiated projects and commissions for photography as set designers and prop makers. Clients includes: Barclays, BAFTA’s, Bompas & Parr, Cadbury, De Beers, Digital Magazine, Dr. Martins, ENEL, Esquire, Exposure, FHM, Glenfiddich, Harrods, Hyundai, Innovision, John Lewis, Nike, Nokia, etc.
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” I create pseudo-mythical, mutated, and anthropomorphic creatures using ballpoint pen and watercolor as my primary mediums, almost exclusively on paper. With my work I attempt to capture the often volatile human-animal relationship. I am faced with the fact that we live in a planet in decline, where nearly every natural ecosystem in the world [...]
Russell Maltz’s sculptural projects often utilize stacked and painted commercial building materials to establish formal and physical relationships with existing architectures including college campuses, shopping centers, museums, and galleries. His studio-based and site-specific works continue to expand the legacies of conceptual and minimalist art, focusing on issues of scale, density, documentation, and systemic progressions. Large [...]
Beautiful works by Pascal Vilcollet , talented artist currently based out of Paris, France. There’s plenty more to see on her website.
Moyee The Monster Chair is designed by Jason Goh. ‘The body of the chair is constructed similar to the Roly-Poly toy, where the user can rock the ball without rolling the entire chair over. With mood lighting inside, it’s a perfect place to read a story or just hang out.’ Link here.
Sculpture entitled “Couple Under an Umbrella” by artist Ron Mueck during the press day for his exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris. His work continues to astound me.
Rob Hefferan is an exceptionally talented figurative artist. His work not only captures the character and warmth of each subject, but transcends form to suggest the living, breathing essence of the individual. Working predominately with oils and acrylics, Rob’s work is both eminently understandable and intensely familiar. Colour, light and texture harmonise intelligently and with [...]
Own the world with this Cleaver Clutch featuring blood splattered allover. This clutch can hold all of your beloved belongings yet ward off your undesired creeps. Rock the Cleaver Clutch to vamp up any outfit and don’t forget your game face. Graphic butcher’s knife shaped clutch Zipper closure with wristlet handle Interior small pockets to [...]
“Nowadays almost every photographer use graphics software to complete the picture, like many painters used ‘original version’ in the past. Some artists use pure imagination to paint their artworks, others may prefer to create art by using a real life model as reference for the anatomy. What if these abstract models were real people?” – [...]
UnNatural History I by Blane de St. Croix is a monumental landscape sculpture; a mirrored image of itself with one side mounted upside-down and the other righted. It is a miniature world mounted inside an abandoned natural history museum. The work presents landscapes that are simultaneously real and subliminal, beautiful and devastating, refined and abstracted. [...]
Is beauty only skin deep? Huang Zheng takes an interest in the common intentions behind applying paint onto the surface of a canvas and applying cosmetics onto the face of a person. Although both are modes of creating illusions and diversions, the character of the person underneath nevertheless leaks through. Things are constantly hiding and [...]
Morangis Retirement Home located in Paris, France by Vous Êtes Ici Architectes. The building is constructed on 4 levels and is based on a Y shaped plan. This bright and lively color, stimulating without being aggressive, is also the one used for the window and door frames of the facades found under the awnings and [...]
” I began making large-scale graphite drawings in 2005 when I was pregnant with my second child. Looking down at my temporarily deformed mid-section, I decided that I would try to draw myself. I hung a sheet of paper on the wall, large enough for a life-size figure, and began to draw in pencil from [...]
eBoy (“Godfathers of Pixel”) is a pixel art group founded in 1997 by Kai Vermehr, Steffen Sauerteig and Svend Smital. Their complex illustrations have been made into posters, shirts, souvenirs, and even displayed in gallery exhibitions. They were founded on May 2, 1997, expressing their modular and collaborative approach as something that defines eBoy as [...]
Rodney Glick is an artist who for over two and half decades has been creating ambitious, diverse, and wry projects of a monumental scale. Glick’s practice spans sculpture to photography, video, installation and architecture – using intelligence and a wicked sense of humour to comment on both the real and spiritual realms. Glick has exhibited [...]