DRAWINGS - David Jien MOBB DEEP/ DROP A GEM ON EM', 2014, color pencil, graphite, and holographic film on paper, 11x17in (27.9x43.2cm) THE GOOD ERF, 2014, color pencil and graphite on paper, 14x18.25in (35.56x46.355cm) WRETCH, 2014, color pencil and graphite on paper, 8.5x11in (21.6x27.9cm) THE KITE OWLS, 2014, color pencil and graphite on paper, 8.5x11in (21.6x27.9cm)
artwork by lawrence yang Artist Bio: Lawrence Yang wrestles with informational abstractions by day and paints by night. Influenced by graffiti art and traditional Chinese painting, he employs ink, marker, and watercolor, as the permanence of this media adds a sense of immediacy to his work. Lawrence's paintings make use of color to communicate atmosphere and emotion, and they are concerned primarily with creating order out of chaos (and vice versa). Lawrence once ate an entire bag of Fun Size Three Musketeers™. He lives in San Francisco with his imaginary pets, Cholo and Binky.
a special instance of perspective This section has some examples to use with conical mirrors In order to use these templates, you will need a copy of the Adobe Acrobat reader. You can download a copy from the Adobe Website .How to Make a Conical Mirror To view the conical mirror examples you need to make a mirror using a piece of aluminium coated thin plastic sheet. The examples have been created with a mirror having an angle of 60 degrees. As with the anamorphosis for putting an image on a cone, the cone is constructed from a sector of a circle. Alex Konahin Fine Line art The fine line graphic project by Latvian designer Alex Konahin made with dip pen using black ink or other materials, sometimes including his own blood, yuk! Artist Rob Gonsalves at Progressive Art Artist Rob Gonsalves was born in Toronto, Canada in 1959. During his childhood, he developed an interest in drawing from imagination using various media. By age twelve, his awareness of architecture grew as he leaned perspective techniques and began to do his first paintings and renderings of imagined buildings. After an introduction to Artists Dali and Tanguy, Gonsalves began his first surrealist paintings. The "Magic Realism" approach of Magritte along with the precise perspective illusions of Escher came to be influences in his future work.
Harding Meyer News Text Galleries The Internet is looking for who designed this cup. What does Springfield have to do with it? Disposable cups, forming a permanent legacy. But whose? That was the question. The intense passion of a nostalgic corner of the Internet flared up last week, with a post on a popular web forum. The anonymous user wanted to find the person behind a design so commonplace you've never thought about it. It's just there. Artist Takes Every Drug Known to Man, Draws Self Portraits After Each Use This is all kinds of cool, and everything your mother told you not to do. Bryan Lewis Saunders is an artist from Washington D.C., not just any artist though. Saunders prefers to take a more unconventional approach to his artwork. Arguably his most interesting project, entitled DRUGS is described as follows: Below, you can view a collection of portraits Saunders drew while under the influence of various substances ranging from cocaine, to marijuana, to DMT. Each portrait is an astonishing look into the mind of someone tweaked out on drugs, something that your eyes will surely appreciate.
Matt Doust art California raised, based in Perth, Australia gifted hyperrealistic artist Matt Doust has a captivating artworks yet controversial and occasionally voyeuristic. Photo by: Karin Calvert Chungli Huang Chungli Huang The conceptual basis of my work was built on the sense of “drawing”. By combining the charcoal and oil paint, I share the struggles of my process and my people with the viewer. Judith Ann Braun's Fingers Are Magical With an art career spanning more than three decades, Judith Ann Braun has tested the limits of her artistic musculature. She began as a self-described “realistic figure painter,” and worked through the struggles common to anyone who endeavors upon an artistic pursuit, that of searching for one’s own voice in the chosen medium. Fast forward to the 21st century where the evolution of Braun’s work has brought us to the Fingerings series, a collection of charcoal dust landscapes and abstracts “painted” using not brushes but her fingertips. Braun has a specific interest in symmetry, as evidenced by the patterns she follows in a number of the Fingerings pieces as well as work in the Symmetrical Procedures collection. Her fingerprints are obvious up close in some of the paintings, though a step back and the grandeur of Braun’s imagination sprawls into a landscape of soft hills, overhanging trees, delicate florals, and a reflective waterway. Share With Your Friends