Gorgeous Body Painting Art - Joanne Gair (12 pics) Though I'm sure you've seen body painting before, perhaps you've never seen it so beautifully done like this. Joanne Gair is a premiere make-up artist/body painter who's worked with the world's top supermodels and celebrities. The way she uses the body as a canvas is remarkable. Joanne Gair More Amazing Bodypainting:Body Wallpaper Art (10 photos)Expression Through the Human Canvas - Kim Joon: Seoul, KoreaBody Painting and Hand-Art by Guido Daniele: Milan, Italy
Painting the Flower Portrait — The Perrin Method™ Dennis Perrin can best be described as a painter of light as it illuminates and describes the subject. Mr. Perrin always chooses to paint in front of the subject, not content to settle for photography or video as painting material. Dennis has been called an American Impressionist Painter in the Boston School tradition, and that is not surprising since among his greatest influences are the American Painters John Singer Sargeant, Edmund Tarbell, and Frank Benson, as well as the French painter Henri Fantin-Latour. Other major influences have been Diego Velasquez, Johannes Vermeer, Thomas Dewing, Maxfield Parrish, Joseph DeCamp, and so many others.
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Life + Art + Music + Fashion + Film + Technology + Inspiration - Part 5 If you’re as old as me you will remember how at one point in time Nike Air Max ruled the sneaker world. My favorite one’s were Nike Air Max 95′s, they cost around $140 and they were well worth it. But we are not here to talk about me, I would like to introduce you to Gabriel Dishaw, the man behind “Junk Art Nike Air Max+ 2011″ project. [ Continue Reading ] It was innocent enough, taking a jog on the nice spring evening — the air crisp and the skies fading into night. Suddenly, you feel like you have the chills — but it really isn’t that cold outside… As you stop to turn the music down on your ipod, a creepy feeling comes over you — your heart beats louder, your eyes open wider — your feet frozen… slowly you turn…
Accidentally Forget your Weldon Kees? Weldon Kees (via denniscooper-theweaklings) Cambridge, MA — The first thing I wanted to see, for reasons that will become clear in a few days, was a Walter Gropius building. Instead, the first thing I came across was the most talented Nebraskan you’ve never heard of.
Video Training via DVD, Download and Online We hope you enjoyed the free lessons. To view the complete contents, including all lessons below & above, please purchase the course via DVD or Download. Paid ContentSection Get all lessons with purchase Moleskine and Hyperrealist Art German concept artist Jana Schirmer is recognized mainly for her portraiture of friends, realistic looking still lifes, and fantasy worlds with seductive women. She opts to use a digital pen in Photoshop to create these visuals, however, on her free time she still grabs a pencil and pen to draw in sketchbooks. Artwork © Jana Schirmer
The Book Surgeon (15 pieces) Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian Dettmer carves one page at a time. Nothing inside the out-of-date encyclopedias, medical journals, illustration books, or dictionaries is relocated or implanted, only removed. Dettmer manipulates the pages and spines to form the shape of his sculptures. He also folds, bends, rolls, and stacks multiple books to create completely original sculptural forms. "My work is a collaboration with the existing material and its past creators and the completed pieces expose new relationships of the book’s internal elements exactly where they have been since their original conception," he says. "The richness and depth of the book is universally respected yet often undiscovered as the monopoly of the form and relevance of the information fades over time.
Academic Composition – Personal Projects Creative expression is a fundamental human need which has been compromised by the increasingly fast paced environment of the modern job market. Regrettably, circumstances often force us to regard the achievement of practical goals as a paramount priority. As desirable as pragmatic decision making may be, even the most accomplished of professionals are often forced to concede that their towering success was achieved at the expense of deeply personal dreams and visions. The conflict between one’s need to actualize creative visions and to follow the demands of the daily routine is often irreconcilable, if not insurmountable. Photorealist Painter Pedro Campos‘ photorealistic paintings seriously had me look twice! I’m utterly amazed that this is NOT real photos. All the shown paintings are oil on canvas. Via Recave