It doesn’t really matter who Bob Kessel is. I mean who really cares about what he thinks, the things he says. What you should care about though are those so awkwardly addictive works of art that he does. They’re the kind of thing you just can’t help but like and want up on your wall. Check out some of my personal favorites after the jump. [ Continue Reading ]
Former biochemist turned scientist who can draw, Kelsey Brookes’ figures swirl and dance before the eye in colour and movement (making you really think and examine every detail.) The elephant with the wild eyes breaks free of the Goofball Gobbledygook, into what other dimension and from what dimension, I cannot say. It looks to be a pink lemonade world, judging from the aura of pink emanating from all around the creature. The Universe is in You greets me with soft, happy emotions flowing out from the flowers and unbroken circular shapes and the open hands of the figure.
To look at the collages or montage art of Wintson Smith, you would think this young dude had rock music blaring in his garage while working on his latest piece. Quite the contrary as Winnie has been collaging since the 1970′s! Starting his art career by taking seemingly innocent images and pasting them together to form something quite different, his work has continued along this vein to today.
Die Hard fans of certain movie and comic book characters have probably already purchased a number of Mighty Muggs. These popular figures have become a staple in a collector’s collection. They add a certain urban twist to any one’s character shrine. (My boyfriend has 3 in his Wolverine/The Hulk wall)