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Visual Arts

Tuesday, July 29th 2014
by Daniel Haim

Hong Kong based artist Man Tsun held a solo exhibition in his town showcasing his artwork which was presented in a unique way; his illustration were featured alongside to a “double-plastic” giving the drawings a more realistic feel.

by Daniel Haim

Slovakian artist Roman Ondák’s project is a living infographic, a plotting of visitors’ heights whose mean will become increasingly apparent over the four months at the Temporary Stedelijk.

by Daniel Haim

We could go on and on about the Faber Castell Artist Pen’s precision and control, but we thought we’d just show you.

by Daniel Haim

Simon Birch is an impressive, self-thaught artist and it is a privilege to see how is art has progressed over the years.

by Daniel Haim

The idea was to combine the classic analog craft of painting with the contemporary technology and today’s hype of digital 3D film to create a new way of viewing and experiencing a painting.

by Daniel Haim

This is a showcase of illustrator and graphic designer Alexis Marcou. Graduated from Plymouth University, Since then has worked for companies in Greece and Cyprus and has been doing freelance work and worked for a wide range of clients from DACS to Nike.

by Daniel Haim

An hilarious series of paintings. It is al about life and it’s humor situations. The style is very realistic and the colors are very much alive.

by Daniel Haim

Land Carpet is a modern area rug, inspired by nature and farmed landscapes. It shows the world from straight above, as we usually see it only out of the window of a plane.

by Daniel Haim

TOSAY.IT is a continuation and a large update of our past projects with public text posters. After it gained a big exposure and interest through the internet and publications.

by Daniel Haim

Hine is bringing over some of her unique style to the game – The Unnatural History Museum which was featured at the Hanahou Gallery in New York.

by Daniel Haim

“Some people become cops because they want to make the world a better place. Some people become vandals because they want to make the world a better looking place.”

by Daniel Haim

A showcase of Raphael Vicenzi’s illustration work, a Belgian based illustration that focuses on a unique computer art skill.

by Daniel Haim

These drawings are not made with that traditional pixel-art style: Gus says he prefers to develop a more free, personal approach when drawing the figures and the scenarios – but always maintaining the isometric feel.

by Daniel Haim

At first glance, New York based Maria Antonietta Mameli’s photographs may look like part of a study on the lives of ants: the routines of small creatures are traced along their paths, wherever those may lead.

by Alice Byrne

Graphic-designer and photographer Michael Tompert destroys brand new Apple products as a way of questioning societies relationship with technology.

by Daniel Haim

“The world today doesn’t make sense, so why should I paint pictures that do?”

by Samantha Kate Jourdan

Arturo Elena is one of Spain’s biggest kept secrets, an illustrator who has long been working away in his homeland producing the most beautifully traditional and intricate fashion drawings.

by Daniel Haim

The project is called “State of Mine” or a “Self-Portrait”. It attempts to visualize a sight of the artist at his own information contents, such as a variety of thoughts, interests, statement, key memories.

by Daniel Haim

Pablo Guzman is a realistic painter. He involves both characters and architectural references in his pieces.

by Daniel Haim

Joe started to work on this image back in 2010. It is 8ft across & 5ft high. In these photos.

by Daniel Haim

If you’re looking for that mixture between fine art and modern art then you need to check this out.

by Brian Willett

MoMA is celebrating motion pictures all summer long, and we’re not talking about The Hangover: Part 2. Instead, MoMA visitors will find professionally curated film exhibitions housed in each of the museum’s three theaters. As with all MoMA exhibitions, the film features range widely in topic — from celebrating Ireland to the individual achievements of Kathryn Bigelow — but do not range in quality, as all are immensely impressive. Here’s a look at Bloginity’s favorite upcoming film exhibitions at MoMA.

by Daniel Haim

David Spriggs work focuses on 3D artwork, painting on layers of clear glass. The work revolves mainly around explosive imagery and distorted figures using colored pencil on tinted glass.

by Daniel Haim

The photograph tells in terms of color, shadow and distortion but there is a lot more to envision when you are painting a photorealistic piece, using oil on canvas.

by Daniel Haim

Once in while you come across some cool street art which is observed by a walk perhaps a smile, perhaps a photo with your cellphone and a quick share on Twitter, maybe it’s a message, or maybe it’s The Bucket Men.