Jordi Gonzalez / My Work | Increateble - The world's incredible creatives Always wanted to be a pilot! This is the first "superhero" painting I have done :) Illustrations based in Temeraire novels. Concept illustration based on Temeraire novels. This is a Matte painting I did of the Gran Via , Madrid, giving it a 1900´s look. DragonStone. Official website of the artist Alejandro DeCinti. Online art gallery. Paintings and drawings. Whimsical Animal Illustrations (12 photos) Bradford, UK-based graphic design student Matt La'Mont has created a very beautiful set of animal illustrations that make us feel like a kid again. They all have that retro modern feel to them, don't they? We caught up with Matt to ask him about this project. Read that short Q&A below. Is A-Z of Animals a personal project? Why did you create it? What kinds of tools did you use? Who are some other illustrators you admire? They definitely have that retro-modern feel to them, is that what you were going for? Will you be selling them?
Alexandre Farto aka Vhils Selected Works Vhils & Pixelpancho collab in Lisbon Vhils & Pixelpancho collab in Lisbon /// Collaboration with my good friend @pixelpancho who was here in Lisbon last November for the Underdogs 2013 Public Art Project. For more info www.under-dogs.net Vhils / Contraste Vhils / Contraste ///Check out the new video about the most recent piece done in cork in Covilhã, Portugal. RiseAbove In Downtown Las Vegas RiseAbove In Downtown Las Vegas /// First piece I did in years with no carving. read more Vhils piece for NuitBlanche in Paris, France 2013 Tudela, Spain 2013 Tudela, Spain 2013 /// Last Piece Vhils did in Tudela for Avant-Garde 2013 based on a 100-year-old photograph found at the local archive in Tudela. Nuart 2013 Nuart 2013 /// Vhils piece in Stavanger, Norway for Nuart 2013. Providência – Rio de Janeiro Philadelphia Mural Arts Program Vhils Walls for Walk & Talk Festival 2013 in Rabo de Peixe, São Miguel island, Azores, Portugal “Sincronias” – MEIAC, Badajoz
Isabelle Arsenault illustration Surreal Paintings by Mike Davis San Francisco, CA. based artist Mike Davis painted surreal, religious and symbolic narrative paintings with classic elegance of the medieval world. Davis is also the owner of Everlasting Tattoo. Yet, his tattoo work is very different from his paintings, deriving from different influences and subject matters. view the websiteview the website Keinyo White Dead Drops | Un-cloud your files in cement! 'Dead Drops’ is an anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in public space. rue saint maur2 | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos! SCHIERKE Artists - Damien CUYPERS illustrates for Glamour Germany 3D Artworks by Soa Lee Soa Lee is a 3D artist based in Yongin, Korea (South). She uses 3D Studio Max to create beautiful CG portraits and digital female characters that are lifelike and stunningly detailed. View the website
Sculpting with paint Equanimity 48x48 acrylic sculpture Justin Gaffrey Poem: Equanimity Balanced by the grace of fearlessness, Sprinting through monolithic judgements, Empty Confidence, Where is my ego? They can’t hurt me anymore. Love by the grace of evaporating moments, No more bondage of intellect or ignorance, No pride or humility, Equanimity, By: Justin Gaffrey
Patrick Draws Things Nek Chand Nek Chand Saini (नेक चंद सैनी) is an Indian self-taught artist, famous for building the Rock Garden of Chandigarh, an eighteen acre sculpture garden in the city of Chandigarh, India. He hailed from Shakargarh region (now in Pakistan) of district Gurdaspur. His family moved to Chandigarh in 1947 during the Partition. The Rock Garden In his spare time, Chand began collecting materials from demolition sites around the city. His work was in serious danger of being demolished, but he was able to get public opinion on his side, and in 1976 the park was inaugurated as a public space. When Chand left the country on a lecture tour in 1996, the city withdrew its funding, and vandals attacked the park. Gallery Exhibitions An exhibition of Nek Chand's work also took place at the RIBA gallery in Liverpool, England from April 16 to May 11, 2007. There is a Nek Chand Foundation in London founded to raise funds for the garden. Further reading See also References