I love caricatures, they outline the most interesting features of the person’s face and in result make it more entertaining to look at. Living in New York I see caricature artists fairly often as they draw tourists who are willing to laugh at them selves. [ Continue Reading ]
Kathryn Macnaughton, a Toronto based artist combines drawing and collage to create effing awesome pictures. Taking a slight dip into the subconscious, her images take you through a similar journey as the logic of your dreams tend to. And who doesn’t love a good, confusing dream? [ Continue Reading ]
It’s got this street alley-brick wall feel to it. Something you’ve sorta seen before but different somehow. In a good way. It’s got this Rock-N-Rolla opening credits juju working for it. Except. With something more urban. Or inner city. I don’t really know what those things mean. Anyway. [ Continue Reading ]
Oh the Italians, so full of talent and so creative. It always thrills me to stumble across one who steps outside the norm and offers the World something, just that little bit different. [ Continue Reading ]
There’s definitely something of a comic book vibe in Nimit Malavia’s artwork. But it doesn’t take too much analysis to see that his work is also chock full of raw emotion.
Works by Bill Carman remind me of several things…
Ok, I’ll give you $10 if you can guess which artist this is by the title and/or image, before clicking the “Continue Reading” button. [ Continue Reading ]
Hermetic art. A personal transition. What Russian artist Alex Andreev reflects in his work is an alternate and futuristic universe, one that stems from the sprockets and sheaves of his mind. And although the scenery he portrays are not rainbows and smiles, it makes one toss the idea around of what this world is like.