Hiro Kurata was born in Osaka Japan, and grew up in Tokyo and Chicago. His main focus is in creating surrealistic moment through his paintings,using motif of sports and chairs. Destruction and strength of the baseball bat, stability and gentleness of the armrest chair. “Calm days make me sleep and wild days are too chaotic. [...]
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French-born and now Brooklyn-based, Benjamin Løzninger is an art director, graphic designer, photographer, musician, video editor, sound engineer, illustrator, and multi-media artist. Trained at France’s prestigious École des Arts Décoratifs, Løzninger made His first video, a soaring rock sci-fi fantasy, at the tender age of 10. Now, as an artist and graphic artist, he helped [...]
Have a look at Nestor Jr‘s portfolio, whose work is nothing less than amazing. Click here for the link.
‘Drinking the days of the year might seem like an obscure concept, but the Haelssen and Lyon Tea Calendar allows one to do just that by transforming each day of the year into a bag of tea. The Calendar works by simply tearing off the bag that corresponds to that particular day of the week.’ [...]
Ivan Franco Fraga is a graduate in fine arts, specializing in painting, at the University of Vigo, Galicia, Spain. His work has been seen in numerous exhibitions and competitions in Spain and in a solo exhibition at Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife.
These cups of acne, wounds and hair by French instructor and artist Gladys Hack is definitely not for the faint-hearted.
Symbiosis by Rik Garret is a new series exploring ideas regarding love, relationships, magic, Alchemy and mutually beneficial partnerships in nature. This is the first finished image from this series.
” My work is about seeing the unseen – the invisible presence which exists in our minds and surrounds all objects, experiences, and memories. Working in my studio in rural Appalachia, I have developed a keen interest in being part of and observing natural systems, time and the process of life and death, and an [...]
Artist Aristides Ruiz has been a studio member at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts since 2010. He lives and works in New York City.
” Here I updated a 1700′s stlye Windsor Nanny Rocker using Sam Maloof’s Classic Rocking Chair design as a basis. I wanted to add interest by creating different shapes for the cradle’s base and its rail. That is, the rail follows the shape of the base (as seen from above) as well as having a [...]
Denis Peterson is an Armenian-American painter whose hyperreal work has been at the Brooklyn Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art, Butler Institute of American Art, Smithsonian Institute, Tate Modern, Springville Museum of Art, and Corcoran MPA. One of the first Photorealists to emerge in New York, Denis is widely acknowledged as the primary architect of [...]
Taisuke Mohri’s ‘Cracked Portraits’ are a series of detailed pencil artworks overlayed with a pane of cracked glass – known as the ‘material cracks’. ‘In Mohri’s works the representation of the face on paper gives itself to the viewer as a photo of a sculpture but as time of the observation unfolds and the distance [...]
Portland based photographer Mako Miyamoto has a cool vision. His portfolio is definitely worth the look so be sure to check it out.
A special kind of hanger crafted from painted metal. Finished with a whimsical eyelet motif. Hang it in the closet or on the wall! Buy here.
Thrilled to have found some more work from the talented Edgar Mendoza Mancillas. Check it out everyone!