Where are you from? SHAF: Singapore DANIELA: Bolivia but..I have been living here for 14 years now so I’m pretty Singaporean by now. NATHANAEL: Singapore , but i would like to think I was from space . What music do you listen to? S: I grew up listening to top 40s and listens to them. [...]
Where are you from? I was born in Shanghai, China and moved to Singapore since I was 7. Describe yourself. It is hard for me to describe myself in a few words so…be prepared for this I am constantly doing things…I am never a I-dont-know-what-to-do-about-my-life kind of person. I am driven, very much into fashion [...]
Burns’ works are concerned not only with the images themselves, but also make a playful show of how the images have been rendered. Inspired by the neon signs of Las Vegas’ famous strip, Burns created the sculpture series What Might Be, and his follow-up sculpture “In Increments.” To spell out words using glare and reflections, Burns [...]
Believe it or not, and as much as I hate to say so, this is a ballpoint pen drawing and NOT a photograph. Yes, there there… there’s a gun in the corner drawer. Or you can quit art altogether tomorrow. Or be an abstract artist. Right. Juan Frrancisco Casas indeed is the BIC god. Check [...]
Vincent van de Waal is a graphic design artist based in Amsterdam. Besides designing printed media, he also started working with Patta designing their in house label. Van de Waals designs stand out for their direct and uncut nature with an always present undeniable graphical sensitivity. He is obsessed with drawing, addicted to visual incentives and hungry to show the world another aspect of [...]
I like to use the human form as a way of exploring the nature of what we consider to be real and how we react when our visual perceptions of this reality are challenged. In our modern society we have become obsessed with our outward appearance, and now with modern technology we are able to [...]
We have touched on the idea of high fashion using skeletal make-up styles for shoots, and we are especially impressed by French photographer Pauline Darley for Ever Magazine, where model Clémentine Levy is touched up with a ghostly look. Elegant and subtle. Check out THE SOURCE.
Isn’t it amazing what a set of fans and one piece of fabric can do? Artist Daniel Wurtzel creates kinetic sculpture with air currents. The installation Magic Carpet appears in the new Cirque du Soleil tour Amaluna. Check out THE SOURCE.
French art director Alexis Persani along with French photographer Léo Caillard have brought a little modern flair to some perfectly sculpted, centuries-old masterpieces. To create this project called Street Stone, Caillard photographed the statues first, and then he photographed his friends in similar poses, wearing selected trendy outfits. Using digital manipulation, Persani then created the illusion [...]
No, you’re not looking at a photograph of a woman donning a large piece of saran wrap like a cape. What you see is, in fact, a hyperrealistic painting of a woman with an equally realistic sheer sheet of plastic, creasing and clinging to her body. London-born, Australia-based artist Robin Eley is the painter behind [...]
Artist Peter Root enjoys what others might define as a tedious process of constructing cities and landscapes on very tiny scales. Much of Root’s traditional work explores all kinds of “fictional landscapes created through an exploration of techniques,” from everyday office supplies to carved potatoes. In this project entitled Ephemicropolis, Root took simple staples and transformed [...]
Skateboarding is a beautiful form of expression and existence. It truly is a way of life. You fall, you get back up, then you fall again until you succeed. That’s the beauty of it. Russell Houghten is a prime example of skate documentation. His pieces capture the essence of that exhilarating daily experience. Check out THE SOURCE.
NAME Ryan WHAT YOU DO Chief Garden Gnome at OuterEdit WHERE YOU COME FROM Singaland PHILOSOPHY IN LIFE The biggest failure is the failure to try WHAT IS OUTEREDIT OuterEdit is a new online graphic apparel company … but one with an approach to graphic design that is fundamentally quite different. We essentially work with [...]
The In Order to Rebuild exhibition at the Dosi Gallery in Korea (20 July /18 August 2012, 202-2 Kwangan 2 dong, Suyoung-gu, Busan, Korea) features the work of Andrew Salgado, the London based painter from Canada known for his eerie paintings that are preoccupied with universal themes such as identity, sexuality and convalescence. He considers himself a [...]
The Barcelona born artist has taken images of sky scrapers from the world’s cities and digitally reworked them with 3D rendering techniques. In doing so he creates buildings that pour out onto the street, bend horizontal, extrude their features in wild directions and even expand into trumpet like forms. The impossible buildings look like the [...]
Australian fashion label ‘Something Else’ by Natalie Wood has long aspired to be more than just a fashion label. When it was founded in 2004, Wood’s vision for the brand was to create designs that transcended the usual parameters of clothing. Their website says that Something Else ‘centered on the merging of art and fashion… continually [...]
Brooklyn based fashion photographer Ira Chernova‘s one frame of fame. Ira and model Staz Lindes @ Request NYC did a quick shoot of black and white portraits at Riverside Park in Harlem. Being on the West side of Manhattan, she was able to capture sweeping cityscapes and the Hudson River. The shoot was styled by Rosemary Gonzalez and Amanda Stauffer, [...]
Hugh Broughton Architects was formed in 1996 and has developed a reputation for carefully crafted contemporary architecture, winning awards from the RIBA, Civic Trust and International Property Federation. The practice has designed projects for many high profile clients including The British Council, The National Galleries of Scotland, The Henry Moore Foundation, Royal Society of Chemistry [...]
STUDIO 615. A group of artists, designers and videographers that have come together to collaborate and help push and promote one another. Well Just Another Artist SAM OCTIGAN is lucky enough to be one of the artists involved not only in the collective but also in their latest project with Blue Bar. Yep, Studio 615 – [...]
Today we are looking at the beautifully illustrated work of Demelza Sherwood. Demelza graduated from the ANU School of Art with Honours in 2004 from the Drawing and Printmedia workshop. Since graduating, Demelza has used her drawing abilities and moved into using embroidery as a medium with amazing results. Check out THE SOURCE.
I stumbled across French artist Lou Ros the other day on instagram and fell in love! The simplicity of his deconstructed portraits are just beautiful. Clearly capable of photo-realistic portraits, I love that he chooses to paint the way he does. —Just Another Blog Check out THE SOURCE.
If you like your gigposters full of flashy colors and, lets say, full of small details all around the sheet, then, for flashy colors, go for Kozik (for example) and for details, weel, surf the blog you should find soemeone. But if you like clear, apparently simple and light drawings, full of a certain kind of [...]
Matrix GTR graduated from the Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts and now lives in Beijing, he’s a professional cartoonist and has published the comics “KONUNGAR” in France. The following paintings are from “KONUNGAR”, the techniques are amazing and put the Chinese cultural elements together with European and American graphic style. Check out THE SOURCE.