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20 Amazing Watercolor Masterpieces This is the first of its kind post on Designzzz. The reason this subject of watercolor paintings is selected because these paintings cannot carry as much detail as other routine oil or digital paintings. That is due to the fact that watercolours are not that sophisticated with gradients and swirls. This aspect makes it the most aspiring brand of art, hence we are sharing a collection 20 watercolor paintings from all over the internet. And as usual, all the image names are properly linked back to the sources, just click them if you would like a large scale image.
in progress. some in-progress teaser pics of my 'Hajimari' solo show coming up at Jonathan Levine Gallery in NY this coming Saturday. will post full images of all pieces after opening night happens. ;) Blog of French illustrator, artist and crafter Anne-Julie Aubry Eng/ Bonjour everybody! I hope you’re doing great :-) Before talking about the next jewelry shop update, I wanted to let you know that I now have an official Newsletter YAY! I created it through a great website called Mailchimp and I can’t wait to send my very first newsletter this week. In case you can’t see the button, or if you are reading this post by email, here’s the direct link to subscribe to the Newsletter . If you have already subscribed to the blog, let me say the official Newsletter will be different since I will talk about exciting news before anywhere else and offer secret coupon codes in it.
Wild Scenics Pictures [ View fewer images per page ] Click here to show (or hide) search and display options [ For a large image and details: click on photo to stay in current window, click on photo ID to open new window.] Ian Francis Interview This England based artist had his first U.S. solo show @BLK/MRKT in 2007 and sold it out. We've been meaning to interview him for awhile. Ian Francis was born in 1979 in Bristol, England, and graduated from the University of the West of England with a degree in Illustration. His work concentrates on the particulars of modern experiences things like television, world events, celebrities, and day-to-day living.
Beautiful Wood-Block Prints by Hiroshi Yoshida Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950) from Japan was a respected painter and a shin hanga printer. He is very famous for his woodblock printing. He gave new pinnacles to his printing work. He had through knowledge of all the parts of printmaking process. Maximum of his prints are plenteous landscapes. An avid traveler, his vast knowledge of places reflects in his work and makes it even more memorable.
Peintures à la crème glacée - Othman Toma Iraqi artist Othman Toma creates these paintings using melted ice-creams. If you look at his site he usually draws with pencils or paints with watercolours, these paintings are proof that you can produce art in a variety of unconventional ways. There are some out there that say that these paintings, could not have been painted with the ice-creams, Othman says that, that is what he used as his paint, maybe next time he should do a time lapse video to prove them wrong.
Free Vector Graphics Over 1700 Vector Graphics Blue Damask Background Bright Social Media Icons Bright Shape Background Battleship Island - Japan’s rotting metropolis « Viceland.com These days the only things that land on Hashima Island are the shits of passing seagulls. An hour or so’s sail from the port of Nagasaki, the abandoned island silently crumbles. A former coal mining facility owned by Mitsubishi Motors, it was once the most densely populated place on earth, packing over 13,000 people into each square kilometre of its residential high-risers.