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Dessins à la machine à écrire - Keira Rathbone

Dessins à la machine à écrire - Keira Rathbone
Take a look at Keira Rathbone's typewriter art - yep, she bangs out the images on a little orange typewriter she has been using since 2003. Wild. All images via Keira's Facebook page. Related:  Incroyables talents artistiques et Créations originales

Encres dans l'eau - Chris Slabber Voici une série de photo-montages absolument superbes. Si le procédé de réalisation est très simple, l’originalité et la beauté de ces images sont envoutantes et vous transporteront. Ma moitié à tout de suite pensé au test de Rorschach quand je lui ai montré ces visuels. Et depuis, je ne vois plus que ça moi aussi Chris Slabber est un artiste et photographe sud-africain de Oudtshoorn. Il s’est inspiré du travail d’Alberto Seveso, qui prenait en photo à haute vitesse des mélanges d’encre jetés dans l’eau. Chris capture ainsi des panaches liquides extrêmement détaillés tels qu’ils apparaissent sur les photographies. Ce qu’en dit l’auteur : « L’idée derrière cette série était de montrer que de la destruction vient la création. Enfin, pour ceux que ça intéressent, vous pouvez revoir et acheter les reproductions des œuvres de Chris Sabber sur Saatchi Art. Cet article vous a plu ?

Insanely Detailed Artwork Created in 10 Months! Imagine taking your 0.5 mechanical pencil and drawing on a large piece of white paper for 10 hours a day, seven days a week, over a course of 10 full months. Think you'd give up after a few hours or maybe even a few days? Well, it's safe to say that most people would. Then again, most people aren't like Joe Fenton... Aptly titled Solitude, the personal project stands an astounding 5 ft high and 8 ft across. "It took courage to start it as I had never done anything that size before," he tells us. Inspired by the large scale work of pop surreal artist Todd Schorr, Fenton knew he could tackle this project. Solitude was born out of an idea to put together a large scale drawing of different religious references like a "Ganesh-like character, a grinning Buddha, or a faint crucifix adorning a rooftop in the far distance." "This might seem strange," he explains, "as I am not a religious person. "My unhealthy fear of death, and fear of the unknown is a constant battle for me," he continues.

35 Funny Illustrations by Tiago Hoisel - with Exclusive Interview - StumbleUpon Today we have the special honor to discuss about digital art and painting with Tiago Hoisel. Besides the great collection of humorous illustrations that he has provided for us, Tiago also gives precious advice and shares interesting information in the below exclusive interview. Amazing creativity, detail and fun are the perfect words to describe his artwork. The humor and realism are perfectly combined to depict real life situations or imaginary scenarios meant to make the viewer laugh and want more! Q: Howdy Tiago! A: My name is Tiago Hoisel, I’m graduated in graphic design in Universidade do Estado da Bahia. “Chico Bento” Q: Your illustrations are so funny and expressive! A: I always liked humor and realism, so when I started to draw I tried to bring these two thing to my work. “Teenager” Q: What software do you use and which is the feature you couldn’t live without, of that particular software? A: Nowadays 100% of my work is produced in Photoshop CS3, with A Intuos III Tablet. “Maria!”

Still Life Still Alive | Home » Inspiring Artists, Inspiring Projects 1 November 201060 Comments Alexa Meade is a 23 year old D.C. based artist who is developing an aesthetic that is playfully and skillfully combing paint, portraiture, photography and performance. The finalized work is one that is beautifully engaging, temporary and colorfully alive. The initial experience feels a touch kitchy with it’s aesthetic trickery but once past understanding the illusion the work is quite alluring. Make sure you check out the video that illustrates the painting process and how the personality and background of the model is integrated into the creative process.

Chefs d'Oeuvre miniatures -Dina Brodsky Is it possible to create a 2-inch masterpiece? New York City artist Dina Brodsky has proven it's possible, creating stunning miniature works of art on 2" diameter plexiglass circles. The series entitled "Cycling a Guide to Lilliput", combine her two passions: cycling and miniature painting. See more of Dina's brilliant online portfolio on Instagram. There are also prints available of Dina's work on Hahnemuhle etching paper available on Etsy. Are you an artist, designer, filmmaker or photographer who'd like to have your creative talent or work featured on StudioVox? More Creativity: Flowers Blossoming into Fashion Mind-boggling Miniature Sculptures

TetraBox Light by Ed Chew Liquid to Light Designer Ed Chew takes a green step in the right direction with the TetraBox lamp, a light object made from discarded drink packets that would have otherwise ended up in landfills already packed to the brim. The design is achieved by unfolding the packets and refolding them into hexagonal and pentagonal sections that are then pieced together to form a geodesic sphere or any other desired shape. Here, the Epcot-like ball makes an attractive overhead light and casts an impressive web of shadows and shapes on the surrounding space. Designer: Ed Chew Jenny Mörtsell Jenny Mörtsell grew up in Stockholm, Sweden, and as a kid filled drawing pad after drawing pad with mostly horses, boys and shoes. Following high school she studied printmaking art, then graphic design and illustration taking a Masters degree in fine arts from Konstfack University in 2004. Since then Jenny has been balancing a busy roster of U.S. and European clients who have come to adore the style of her signature pencil drawings. Jenny’s artwork can be seen in such publications as The New York Times Magazine, NYLON, Elle, Bon, Cover and Lula. Her advertising clients include Topshop, Urban Outfitters, Whyred, Diesel, Phillip LIm, Taken By Trees and Systembolaget. She has also begun exhibiting her work in gallery shows.

Couleurs destructurées - Oleg Tsvetkov En voilà un peintre russe qui aime la couleur ! Oleg Tsvetkov, c’est son nom, peint des toiles mélant figuration et abstraction, le tout au milieu d’une palette de couleurs éclatante. Il construit les teintes et déconstruit les formes dans un arc-en-ciel imaginatif, le tout intégralement à la gouache. A découvrir et admirer donc ! Laissez-vous envahir par le monde, ses couleurs, ses formes, ses sons, ses sensations. Alors enfin, vous saurez qui vous êtes. Il poste ses oeuvres sur : Sur le même thème 3 combinaisons de couleurs qui ne se démodent pas La couleur est votre grande alliée vers plus de simplicité et de sérénité, mais vous avez surement peur de vous tromper, peur que vos goûts soient influencés par l'époque et qu'ils changeront très vite. 27 juillet 2015 Dans "Décoration" Les plantes : un élément clé de décoration Les plantes sont des composantes importantes de votre intérieur, parfois ce sont mêmes des éléments clés du design de votre habitation.

Hilariously Clever Illustrations, Part 2 Known as Flying Mouse, Chow Hon Lam is the brilliant man behind some of the cleverest and coolest illustrations we've ever featured on theMET! (See 15 Clever, Witty Illustrations.) He's back with a whole new set of work that's just as simple but smart as before. To Lam, the t-shirt is a “medium through which stories are told, be they in a surreal or witty fashion.” I love how he can bring smiles to the world through his one-of-a-kind illustrations. Chow Hon Lam's website Views: 78244 Tags: Chow Hon Lam, Flying Mouse, art, illustration

Rajacenna on deviantART Peintures au café sur feuilles d'arbre - Ghidaq Al-Nizar L’artiste indonésien Ghidaq al-Nizar réalise des peintures au café sur feuilles d’arbre avec les restes de son café du matin. Il appelle cela d’ailleurs le #zerowastecoffee. S’il crée souvent ses aquarelles sur des feuilles végétales, ca n’est pas le seul support qu’il utilise et la feuille blanche fait également parti de son arsenal. Après les dessins au café de Maria A. Aristidou, voici quelques peintures au café sur feuilles d’arbre et autres par Ghidaq al-Nizar Plus de ses créations sur son compte instagram ici (via My Modern Met) Related posts: