Painting. EK Interview: Joel Rea by the blind architect February 22, 2016 The world of Joel Rea's art is vast and overwhelming, in both scope and meaning. Where does the dream stop, and the real begin? View More… Shaun Downey by okmarzo February 18, 2016 Shaun Downey’s portraits draw on influences as varied as Dutch masters and comic books, grounding a centuries-long tradition of figure painting firmly in the present. View More… Kai Fine Art. Gabrielle Raaff - High Tide.
Howard Greenberg Gallery. Watercolor Paintings by Steve Hanks | Art and Design. Steve Hanks is recognized as one of the best watercolor artists working today. The detail, color and realism of Steve Hanks’ paintings are unheard of in this difficult medium. A softly worn patterned quilt, the play of light on the thin veil of surf on sand, or the delicate expression of a child. Steve Hanks captures these patterns of life better than anyone.
Steve Hanks was born into a military family in San Diego in 1949. The family was transferred to New Mexico when Steve was a junior. View the website Watercolor Portrait Paintings by Silvia Pelissero Portrait Paintings by Nick Lepard Beautiful Paintings by Richard S Johnson Paintings by Heide E. Paintings by Brian MacNeil Figurative Paintings by Natasha Bieniek 18 Comments Sooooooo you like to paint anorexic women. Leave a Reply. Ruth Asawa. The Gorgeous Daily Browse: Home / Art / Ruth Asawa Enlaces Ruth Asawa By admin on 08/08/2012 Related posts Posted in Art | Tagged american, artist, sculpture, wire « Previous Next » SEO Powered by Platinum SEO from Techblissonline. Untitled. Whooli chen. Girl in Bath eating Food. Taking a Bath in Hitler’s Tub for Vogue Just hours after Adolf Hitler committed suicide on April 30th, 1945, former fashion model and Vogue correspondent, Elizabeth (Lee) Miller was photographed taking a bath in his tub.
Miller had been... FOOD P*RN: Tiny Temptations Welcome to another edition of Messy Nessy's Food P*rn ... with a little twist. I've been keeping this post in my vault for quite a while but I think it's finally time to share. Today we'll be gawkin... FOOD P*RN: The 20 Most Amazing Ice Cream Recipes Welcome to another edition of MessyNessy's Food P*rn. Style Icons x Food P0rn It all started when I saw a beetroot salad Caprese and thought how much it reminded me of my favourite photograph of Frida Kahlo.
Learn How to Draw Grass, Pencil Drawing Lesson. Use of Negative Drawing in Art The title of this article is really too specific as the techniques described here apply as much to the drawing of hair as to grass. This is also an introduction to the use of "negative" drawing - drawing around white space, which only exists in your mind until you surround it with positive marks. I will cover "negative drawing" in more detail in a later article. So, what is "negative" drawing? What do you see when you look at this picture on the right? You can of course draw grass in any way you choose from "sketchy" (which serves its purpose here as this drawing is just 1½" high and the grass exists only to place the tractor in space)... ...to where it plays a full role as an integral part of the "reality" of the drawing.
In both cases the technique is much the same. It confuses the rational element that tries to control the creative side. "The coconut shy principle" Pick up a ball, quickly turn around and throw it at a target the instant you see it. Karl Mårtens - www.karlmartens.se. Karl Mårtens - www.karlmartens.se. Facecloud | Kristina Johlige Tolstoy | Bildhauerin | Kempten Allgäu. Behance. Online Portfolios on Behance. Bored to Death | Beach Art. Egon Schiele - The complete works.
Mark Powell. Ufunk.net - Art, Gadgets, Design and Amazing Stuff. WOOD – Superbes sculptures réalistes de Bruno Walpoth. Wood Carving – Les impressionnantes sculptures réalistes de Peter Demetz. Elizajohn: Vally Nomidou. Miss Moss · Endre Penovác. SOEY MILK. Art Inconnu - Little-known and under-appreciated art. *Keita Morimoto* Jeff Hein's Portfolio - Home. Aron Wiesenfeld. David Shevlino Fine Art. MOST RECENT WORKS. PAINTINGS 2013-02-23. Julien Spianti . Work on paper, paintings, videos. Jane Radstrom Artist - Home. Osamu Obi. Portfolio. These are pictures of some past work Website Designed by Susan McMahon © 2013 at Homestead™ Get a Website and List Your Business. Peter Callesen.
Peter Callesen. Interview: Jeff Nishinaka - Relief Paper Sculpture Artist. Los Angeles native Jeff Nishinaka is a relief paper sculpture artist who has a stunning array of work that needless to say can blow anyone away. His portfolio spans a wide range including Bloomingdale’s, Sprint, Visa, Penn State University, Paramount Pictures and Coca Cola.
Over the years he has found various techniques in how to manipulate and bend paper to make these magnificent masterpieces. I’m really happy to have him featured on our site since he is one of my favorite paper artists! Also be sure to check out the videos of the artist in action! Tell us a little about your background and what path led you to what youre doing now? What have been some favorite recent projects/clients/collaborations? How would you describe your creative process, start to finish? How long did it take for you to master your technique? What does a typical day at work involve for you? What is a source of inspiration that is not art/design related? What is the best advice you’ve ever received?
Untitled. Stunning Portraits Of The World’s Remotest Tribes Before They Pass Away (46 pics) Living in a concrete box with hot water pouring from the tap, a refrigerator cooling our food and wi-fi connecting us to the rest of the world, we can barely imagine a day in a life of, say, Tsaatan people. They move 5 to 10 times per year, building huts when the temperature is -40 and herding reindeer for transportation, clothing and food. “Before They Pass Away,” a long-term project by photographer Jimmy Nelson, gives us the unique opportunity to discover more than 30 secluded and slowly vanishing tribes from all over the world. [Read more...] Spending 2 weeks in each tribe, Jimmy became acquainted with their time-honoured traditions, joined their rituals and captured it all in a very appealing way. His detailed photographs showcase unique jewellery, hairstyles and clothing, not to forget the surroundings and cultural elements most important to each tribe, like horses for Gauchos.
Source: beforethey.com Book: Amazon.com Kazakh, Mongolia Himba, Namibia Huli, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Traditional Pinup Photos with Splashes of Milk as Clothes Captured with High-Speed Photography. Inspired by the classic pin-ups of the 1940’s and 1950’s, photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz came up with a current version of those iconic posters. The twist introduced by the London based lensman was to use a highly unusual substance to cloth his models. Wieczorkiewicz used milk, (yes the kind you get from cows) along with high speed photography to capture the drink while being poured over his scantily clad (or near naked) models.
He snapped hundreds of photos of every pose while pouring actual milk over the ladies, producing some unbelievable shots. All of the images of milk splashing on these women are real, with each of the milk ‘dresses” worn by the pretty models produced thru a layering process using dozens of different photographs. The photos were created in the absence of any illustrations, CGI, and Photoshop. The collection is entitled Milky Pinups, which you can take either literally or figuratively. Wieczorkiewicz shares some of the action behind the scenes on his blog: Place A Cylindrical Mirror On These Drawings And They Instantly Come To Life. István Orosz is a Hungarian artist who is known for his use of the technique anamorphosis. Orosz will create a drawing, that at first glance could seem abstract. It is not until he places a cylindrical mirror on the artwork that the illustration comes to life. Sometimes, hidden pictures are revealed, or the image itself is totally transformed.
He has combined several drawings to complete a whole picture as well. He attended school for graphic design, but after graduation began to design for the theatre and animated films. Eventually he also designed movie, exhibition, and theatre posters. He enjoys the idea of visual paradox and illusionist techniques, but combines them with conventional techniques, such as etching and woodworking. Loish.net. ArtStation. Les superbes illustrations de Yuta Onoda. Une sélection des superbes illustrations de l’artiste japonais Yuta Onoda, qui mélange style personnel et inspirations traditionnelles dans ses créations éditoriales ou ses projets personnels. Images © Yuta Onoda. Modern origami. Modern origami design & photo jun mitani Jun Mitani is a computer engineer, but he’s also a paper artisan; he designs origami pieces with computer programs that he develops himself.
Seems complicated ? Not for him, as he explained to us: « My speciality in the field of computer graphics is geometric modeling, so it’s not difficult for me to develop computer programs for designing origami once the underlying theory of origami geometry is clarified. » The beauty of his creations might be in the clearness and smooth complexity of the shapes, almost just curves. The form is completely calculated by computer, it looks like an impossible things to make with just one piece of paper, but it is; Jun first start to work on his program, explores variety of origami shapes before he began to fold a sheet of real paper.The programs generate a crease pattern (a pattern of valley fold lines and mountain fold lines).
The pattern is scored on a sheet of paper by a cutting plotter. Text by Caroline Aufort. The world's first skyscraper: a history of cities in 50 buildings, day 9 | Cities. It won’t surprise anybody to learn that the very first skyscraper went up in the United States, but it will surprise some to learn that it went up in Chicago. While it didn’t take Manhattan long to claim the steel-framed high-rise as its own, the skyscraper boom began in the capital of the American Midwest in 1885 with William Le Baron Jenney’s Home Insurance Building, which rose to its then-impressive height of 10 storeys (and, after an 1890 addition, 12) by means of metal, rather than just masonry. Legend has it that Jenney, an engineer by training and an École Centrale Paris classmate of Gustave Eiffel (designer of the eponymous tower), first suspected that an iron skeleton could hold up a building when he saw his wife place a heavy book atop a small birdcage, which easily supported its weight.
Not everybody immediately accepted the soundness of Jenney’s design. “Where is there such a building?” Sculpture. Increíbles obras de Felice Varini. 100 of the Best Street Art Photos for 2013. December 13, 2013 in Art, Painting, Street art As 2013 comes to a close, we’ve scoured the world to find the best street art created over the last couple of years. With so many great works produced during this time it was a tough job, but we needed to stop somewhere! So here we have the best 100 street art works for 2012 and 2013! Dran – art pack 1. Le Street-Art de Dran ! You! Be Inspired! - Inspirations from Sketchbooks. Feric.com. Colossal | An art, design, and visual culture blog. Flickr: The visual journals Pool. Mathematically Precise Kinetic Sculptures and Transformable Objects by John Edmark.
Zimoun : Compilation Video V.2.9 | Sound Sculptures & Installations, Sound Architectures. Peerless Drawings of Karla Mialynne. Dessiner à la manière de Picasso. Everyday I draw Barcelona. 'Preservation' de Blake Little: cuerpos modelados con miel. SUPER ART MODERN MUSEUM - SPAMM - MUSEE DES ARTS SUPER MODERNES. STREET ART UTOPIA » We declare the world as our canvas. Sortrature - Art, Design, DIY & Crafts, Wedding, Fashion, Entertainment Blog.
Net.Art - Dr. Hugo Heyrman ( ( (motions of the mind) ) ) Stone Fields by Giuseppe Randazzo. BEFORE THEY PASS AWAY. PACKAGING | UQAM. Designspiration — Design Inspiration. . : PAULA TROXLER. Tristesse Seeliger. David Crompton. Portfolio: Ciara Phelan. BERNHARD WOLFF / LESLIE / PHOTOGRAPHER. Tate. La boite verte : Site de découverte sur la photographie, la science, les arts et tout ce qui est insolite. Uri Shapira. Museum of Endangered Sounds. → Michel Sedan | Photographe. Wilderness of Mirrors. Rashad Alakbarov Paints with Shadows and Light « Cat in water.
Artists - Explore the collection. BOOK IN STORES TODAY. Search for a bird by entering name, description, and keywords, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Colossal | An art, design, and visual culture blog. Glitch, si no se repara, hazlo arte. Dan Tombs. The Only Glitch Text Generator You'll Ever Need. Image glitch experiment. Geek Art – Art, Design, Illustration & Pop Culture ! | Art, Design, Illustration & Pop Culture ! Barcelona's sketchcrawl. Every Person In New York. Taller Escultura Ambiental STALKER / Ouroboros-FBG/UB by Josep Cerdà.
Kunsthaus Hannover | Pintura en el Cuerpo : Mirando las estrellas. - Página 7 • Horror Unlimited. Watercolor. But does it float. ScribblerToo :: Mario Klingemann update.