Michael Shapcott is a Central Connecticut-based painter, known for his daring color palette and emotionally charged portraits. His work deals with highly detailed graphite underdrawings which he then paints with colorful washes in oil and acrylic paints. Enjoy the collection below!
Illustrations, paintings and digital art by Malachi Maloney from Asheville, NC, USA. Enjoy :)
Many different kinds of music event posters have their own themes based on the venue of or the music genre to be played on the said event. In this tutorial, you will learn the step by step process of creating an urban style gig poster that is akin to the urban retro posters of yesteryear.
When I first saw this collection of paintings by Korean artist Kim Hyo-Suk on the Yuaenssi Gallery blog, I was certain they must actually be digital illustrations. After reading a bit it’s clear they’re truly enormous acrylic paintings, each roughly 6×7 feet in scale. The series, entitled My Floating City, was painted in 2009-2010 and features human figures encumbered by (or perhaps morphing into) impossibly complex architectural figures and textures. I am by no means an expert in painting, or certainly art of any kind, I just find things that I believe are exceptional or interesting and delight in sharing them with you, however I have never encountered anything like these before and regret that after over an hour of searching I can find very little additional information about the artist other than a few additional pieces posted on Neolook. If anyone knows more about Kim Hyo-Suk I would love to hear it!
Set of original and first of all creative artworks by Stasia Burrington. Enjoy the collection!
These days advertisement plays most important role in the success of every product or company. To achieve this Goal, advertisement should be very powerful to convey or deliver message which attracts the consumer’s attention at first sight.
It’s the zombie apocalypse and our minion friend is trying to flee Warrington in his trusty 4X4, will he make it?