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Posts Tagged ‘colours’

TAVIS COBURN

In Art, Comics, illustration on 30/11/2015 at 9:00

American illustrator Tavis Coburn‘s unique style is inspired by 1940s comic book art, the Russian avant-garde movement and printed material from the 1950s/60s. We love it!

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STEPHEN BEADLES

In Emerging Artist, Photography on 19/01/2014 at 7:30

American photographer Stephen Beadles is only 19 years old and already a true master of colour and light.

THEO ALTENBERG

In Contemporary, Paintings on 21/01/2013 at 12:45

Installations, photography, video, music, performance, painting, drawing, texts… There doesn’t seem to be a single medium that German artist Theo Altenberg isn’t familiar with, but what we like the most are his candylicious oil on cardboard paintings.

ISABEL M. MARTINEZ

In Photography on 16/08/2012 at 7:56

Isabel Martinez photography is a reflexion of different aspects of human experience. Perception is a recurring theme within her practice. She approaches the medium as a means of visual transcription for ideas reflecting come to the forefront of much of her work.

ALEXANDRA GOOCH

In Emerging Artist, illustration on 13/08/2012 at 19:03

Alexandra Gooch is a 19-year-old artist and illustrator from Moscow, Russia. She is currently working on her own illustrated album “Design of Nature”, taking inspiration, as she claims, from her own fears, nature and Dali. Birdilicious…

JON FOX

In Art, Paintings on 24/05/2012 at 9:45

Through his work Jon Fox investigates the ever-changing mindscapes and dream worlds that slide and shift beneath the surface while wondering who’s in control?…who is really the master of this inner universe?

DALEK

In Art, Paintings on 01/03/2012 at 9:06

Artist James Marshall – commonly know as Dalek – made his mark in the art world with his iconic Space Monkey character, which looks like a catatonic twisted mouse. Rendered in a minimalistic, flat style, Dalek used the Space Monkey as an alter ego, a visual manifestation of his feelings, as well as his love for the absurdity of human interactions. But in 2007 he decided to leave his beloved monkey behind and ever since his style has developed into profusion and hyper-abundance of colours and planes of space. His work has been featured in various books as well as on skateboard decks, sneakers, magazines and sculptures. Enjoy!

LUCAS SIMÕES

In beauty, Portraits on 31/08/2011 at 7:30

This refreshing approach to cut-outs art is the work of Brazilian artist Lucas Simões. Pretty awsome!