Human art… The origins of graffiti go back to the beginnings of human, societal living. Graffiti has been found on uncovered, ancient, Egyptian monuments, and graffiti even was preserved on walls in Pompeii. Graffiti is the plural form of the Italian word grafficar. In plural, grafficar signifies drawings, markings, patterns, scribbles, or messages […]
David Choe (born 1976, Los Angeles, California) is an American painter, muralist, graffiti artist and graphic novelist of Korean descent. He achieved art world success with his “dirty style” figure paintings—raw, frenetic works which combine themes of desire, degradation, and exaltation.
Oscar Ramos is an Illustrator based in Santiago, Chile. He specializes in Photo Manipulation and Character Design. With his latest work, this artist merges one picture into another very skillfully. You can be sure that an ordinary shoe can turn into a paradise Island at the bottom.
Michael Grab is an artist that has been 'rock balancing' since 2008. These rocks, says the artist, are not glued, not Velcroed. This is not a trick. There are big rocks pirouetting on little ones, little ones dangling on top of big ones, pebbles tightly clumped and suspended in air ...
Her work is regularly featured in television advertisements, music videos, magazines and newspapers as well as being used for CD and book covers. Her impressive client list includes the BBC, SKY TV, Panasonic, Vodafone, Warner Brothers, Twentieth Century Fox, The National Lottery, Unilever, Del Monte and The Rugby Football League. In a recent stunt made by TV channel Really, painted models to blend them with the surrounding in various locations around London.
Paris... France It may seem obvious, but there's a reason why Paris always ends up on top of most art... lovers' lists. Start with one of the largest and most well-known museums in the world, the Louvre (Musee du Louvre). This museum displays an estimated 380,000 objects and 35,000 works of art including Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa.
They may look like they’re about to topple over, but these cube-shaped houses actually form a small village within the city center of Rotterdam, Holand. A modern concept designed by the late architect Piet Blom, and constructed in 1984, this spectacular set of buildings represents an urban forest where around 40 traditional…. are […]
Funny story and nice work at photo manipulation at Sculptures. French art director alexis persani has collaborated with french photographer leo caillard to create a series of in vogue sculptures, entitled "Street Stone". The ensembles are achieved through image manipulation, using photoshop to digitally dress the statues in the latest fashion trends.
Bruce Munro… gorgeous fiber optic ‘Field of Light’ installation is inspired by the beautiful displays of flowers that burst forth from Australia’s desert landscape. The UK-based lighting designer conceived of the installation years ago while driving across Stuart Highway on a road trip through Australia.
Old Art Photo... I thought it would be interesting to look back in time with this extraordinary collection of color photographs. After the invention of photography it became clear that its main problem is lack of colors. So masters who coul colorize photos for exhibitions and print publications were found really quickly.
A hot air balloon floated over downtown Bucharest … carrying a model wearing what is now regarded as the world’s longest wedding dress bridal train. The nearly 3km ivory train on the model’s wedding gown billowed out over a main boulevard in Romania’s capital. The Guinness Book of World Records has recognised the […]
Mark Jenkins’ absurdist sculptures are always witty and mostly appealing. But, inevitably, they prompt uncomfortable and nauseating questions human beings would really rather not deal with… Jenkins’ practice of street art is to use the “street as a stage” where passersby become actors.