Måns Sjöberg is a swedish painter who specializes in watercolor. He lives in Lund, Sweden. “Watercolor painting is my favorite occupation since my 4th birthday, when I got a paintbox for present. Because I grew up in a family with a great interest in nature, animals became my […]
Andreas Englund is a swedish artist who has famously created the life and times of the aging superhero. The series ranges from the superhero’s first mission as a toddler to being an old man, still struggling with everyday trivialities. His large oil paintings are humoristic in design and […]
GIF animation artists Kevin Weir, Erdal Inci and ABVH represent a new generation of modern, visual artists.
UPDATE: Watch Vivian Maier now during January 2015 on your Direct TV channel for the entire documentary! See your local listings. Vivian Dorothea Maier died in 2009. She was 83. Near the end of her life, she would be homeless. Having fallen on a patch of ice in […]
If you are a fan of famous faces and illustration, you will love the work done by Rodney Pike. You may even particularly like the Mr. Bean Collection or various funny caricatures of Bill Murray, President Obama, Michelle Obama and others. Rodney has used his work to illustrate […]
Do we know when street art actually began? It’s difficult to pin point, but “urban art” or “street art” had its humble beginnings in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. Artists, such as John Fekner, Blek le Rat, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and others come to mind. There […]
So this is my Sunday where I get caught up on some of my followers and new blog picks. It’s not everyday I run across a really interesting and engaging blog, but when I do, I’ll try and feature it here either as a feature interview or featured […]
Steve Cutts is an illustrator and animator currently living and working in London.
Did you know: The manul, the Pallas’s cat are roughly the size of domestic cats but have long and dense fur that makes them appear stouter and heavier than they are. They are common in cold grassland and rocky steppe climates, often at high elevations up to 16000 […]
Anna Raff is an illustrator and lecturer working in New York City. She has a unique style of art described as ‘illustrative watercolor’ as seen in several children’s books including World Rat Day by Children’s Poet Laureate J. Patrick Lewis, Sylvia’s Spinach by Katherine Pryor, and Things That Float and […]
Paints are layered on linen in abstract tones. One color at a time until layers are brushed in an expressive style all her own. Her contemporary art is characterized by nature’s exuberant spirit in one light. Human frailty, weakness and emotional trauma in another. Influenced by artist’s such […]
The work of Emily Burns is the new pop. Her works have reshaped the way we look at pop art. A new and fresh generation of pop artists – her work seeks to create a dialogue about the history of imagery, primarily as it pertains to the use […]