Jacek Yerka: surrealismo y fantasía > Choosa.net Jacek Yerka: surrealismo y fantasía posted by Choosa on 26.01.2011 15:08 Por: Juan Quaglia Yerka Jacek es un artista oriundo de Torún, Polonia, cuyas muy llamativas obras combinan surrealismo y fantasía, de la mano de un estilo cándido y casi infantil. Comentarios (9) Comentarios GENIAL! 02:37 Feb 22 wow, me gusto y como que hay repeticion entre algunas de sus imagens pero muy bueno 05:27 Jan 29 fuera de joda: me parece una mezcla muy sutíl entre dalí y escher, pero con una personalidad propia y una fijación en los caracoles. 22:54 Jan 26 Pensamiento de la gente de la imagen 11: "que no se mueva el lagarto o nos ahogamos todos" 22:44 Jan 26 Me puede fascinar su trabajo! 20:15 Jan 26 uff ke chimba tiene cositas steampunk me encanta quiero hacer de eso :D 18:30 Jan 26 este toma de la buena!! 17:42 Jan 26 Wow uno de mis preferidos sinplemente su arte es fantastico..!!! 16:36 Jan 26 gone79Estrella en ascenso (1891) Este si!!!
Brian Despain Art | Home Francoise Nielly is BACK for 2011 Crazy Awesome Paintings by Vladimir Kush Here is a collection of the incredible paintings of Vladimir Kush. Vladimir has been creating these surrealistic paintings since the late 80’s. I’m extremely impressed by his work, and you should be as well! Related Plywood Paintings by Robert Romanowic Plywood Paintings by Robert Romanowic, very unique and awesome! February 8, 2011 In "Inspiration" Amazing Contemporary Paintings by Christine Krainock Christine Krainock creates original, abstract oil painting & acrylic knife painting. December 12, 2011 In "Fine Art" Ellison Design student based in CA who was one of the co-founder of AIA and CubeBreaker.com
15 awesome illustrators you should know is really impressive to see how many talented illustrators there are out there, sharing their work on the Internet. For your inspiration, I have compiled a list of 15 illustrators that rock. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Satirical Art Drawings by Pawel Kuczynski Fun Pic, Pop Culture — By Dave on 2011/02/28 1:48 PM These beautiful works of art are from Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski. Pawel was born in 1976 in Szczecin. He graduated the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan with specialization in graphics. He is famous for his satirical illustrations that make you wonder about society, politics and all the biggies in life. Join Daily Picks and Flicks on Facebook You can order and buy his posters in high quality here. Via. NEW: Check out these wonderful map paintings. Tags: artist Pawel Kuczynski, artworks, Pawel Kuczynski art, Pawel Kuczynski satirical drawings, Paweł Kuczyński, picture gallery, pictures, Polish artist, politics, satirical art Pawel Kuczynski, society
Whimsical drawings by Marc Johns Marc Johns creates whimsical drawings filled with dry wit and humour. Whether it’s a man with branches growing out of his head that need pruning, or a pipe that’s trying to quit smoking, his characters are simply, sparsely drawn, yet speak volumes with just a few strokes of the pen. He’s been drawing since he was tiny. He’s not tiny anymore, but he’s not exactly big either. ”I generally aim to say as much as possible with as few elements as possible. Marc’s FLICKR page.
Dream Worlds Revealed On Canvas Along with some magnificent dreams, Jacek Yerka finds inspiration for his masterful paintings from his childhood memories: the places, remembered feelings and smells of 1950′s Poland. He studied fine art and graphic design before becoming a full time artist in 1980… and we’re glad he did. His paintings will take you through incredible worlds of imagination, bending reality in captivating and clever ways fit to inspire a novel or film. See many more examples of his find paintings at yerkaland.com. See Also ENDEARING MONSTER DRAWINGS POP FROM THE SCREEN Via: hypeness.com.br
William Kentridge: Five Themes This large-scale exhibition surveys nearly three decades of work by William Kentridge (b. 1955, South Africa), a remarkably versatile artist whose work combines the political with the poetic. Dealing with subjects as sobering as apartheid, colonialism, and totalitarianism, his work is often imbued with dreamy, lyrical undertones or comedic bits of self-deprecation that render his powerful messages both alluring and ambivalent. Best known for animated films based on charcoal drawings, he also works in prints, books, collage, sculpture, and the performing arts. This exhibition explores five primary themes in Kentridge’s art from the 1980s to the present, and underscores the interrelatedness of his mediums and disciplines, particularly through a selection of works from the Museum’s collection. The exhibition was originally organized for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Norton Museum of Art by Mark Rosenthal. The MoMA presentation is sponsored by BNY Mellon.