Monthly Archives: May 2012
Night and day in what looks like a brasilian favela (anonymous), if anyone can let me know who took these then I can credit them.
Edward Burtynsky gives us operatic landscapes showing how mans activities have changed the planet.
Gardar Eide Einarsson proving sometimes all you need is black and white.
Eric Beltz makes drawings that plunge you into the religious rhetorical myths of the origin of America. Frontiers men going insane in their log cabins an axe in one hand the bible in the other, pagan ideas rising from the … Continue reading
Amazing images from Etsuko Fukaya reminiscent of early zoological illustrations they contain mind boggling complexity.
Futo Akiyoshi creates this series of leg paintings, which resemble flags. We can detect a possible subtext here of cultural diversity,to these images he attaches the suggestive titles “leg of woman who dislikes me”,A,B,C,D etc this opens an experiential narrative … Continue reading
Jorinde Voigt produces works that look like blueprints for strange complex happenings, this diagramatical feel is allied to a sense of rhythm and intensity for interesting results. The visual tradition of a diagrams is used to draw the viewer in … Continue reading
I love these city panoramas from Abigail Daker. They have a large dose of realism from the observation and adherence to rules perspective , yet still retain the personality of the artist through her line.
Great lively observational line drawings from Eva Solano with the colours acidic yet subtle. The compositions are that of a sketch book riff, with an off the cuff yet ordered look.
Brian Dettmer takes what is fast becoming the arena of antiquity- the paper book and to coin a modern term ‘remixes’ it. He seals the book by glueing the edges then with scalpel cuts back into the layers and reselects … Continue reading
Christophe Huet The homeless drowning in the concrete as the city sucks them down! Great digitally manipulated images from Christophe Huet letting the imagination run free with the concepts and then fine technical realisation.