Every month the father of two takes a 3-hour flight for work and to pass the time his kids give him some of their drawings to color in. Whenever he returns home, they always look forward to seeing the results.
Art can sometimes be intriguing and this is a good example of the truth in this statement. Bruno Catalano is a French artist whose works are unique and excite our mind. The universal theme of travelling has always inspired him.
The human figures are travelers heading towards unknown destination, lacking important pieces like vital organs but still standing and moving on. These astonishing works, with their dashed bodies and the determined lack of volume, invite the viewer to mentally reconstitute its limits. This particular collection of sculptures pays homage to the people arriving at the pier de la Joliette in Marseille looking forward to start a better life, going towards the unknown.
See more of these sculptures here.
Russian photographer Alexander Khokhlov has just completed a new series of portraits with expert make-up Valeriya Kutsan.
The name is common project is “Face of Art”, the purpose of it is to give us the impression that the models are paintings in 2D and not 3D.
Pop Up Funk is a limited edition popup art book of artist Jim Mahfood/Food One’s artwork converted into popup by Rosston Meyer. Ten of Jim’s most well known works have been converted into popup spreads. In addition, six completely new pages of artwork were created for the project, making Pop Up Funk a truly unique custom art piece. The book features some of Jim’s most well known artwork, from comic book covers like ‘Everybody Loves Tank Girl’, ‘Ask for Janice’ and ‘Carl, the Cat That Makes Peanut Butter Sandwiches’, to mixed mixed work such as ‘Pop Life’ and ‘Cupid’s Death’.
Jim created new art for six of the ten popup pages in Pop Up Funk, ranging from redrawing parts of Carl to adding entirely new artwork as the backgrounds of well known work such as Pop Life and Cupid’s Death. In addition, six pages of entirely new artwork was created for Pop Up Funk: the front and back covers, and the inner front and back double spreads, all exclusive to Pop Up Funk! Pop Up Funk is hand assembled and bound in the USA, and is available in a limited edition of 100 at www.popupfunk.com
embroidery on photographs creates an amazing composition, not only by meticulous touch in the art of embroidery, but for its excellent execution – Fleeing to this traditional notion of practice and also includes application of beads, sequins and other elements.
Davis Cone is a renowned American artist who has chosen Art Deco movie theatres as his main subject. His meticulous chronicles of these disappearing icons of American life are included in virtually every important collection of contemporary American representational art.
Publication: 25 Magazine
Photographer: Johan Lindeberg
Model: Monika Jac Jagaciak
Hair: David von Cannon
Who would have thought that with crumbled paper you can make beautiful landscapes artworks?
Artist Laura Plageman created this stunning and innovative new way of creating a painting around the folds of paper to give it a 3D look.
She clearly puts the saying “work with what you’ve got” into practice!
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