More cool stuff from Polish artist Jacek Yerka. Yerka has won international awards for his art, and has exhibited in Warsaw, Dusseldorf, Los Angeles, Paris and London. He currently works and resides, with his family, in a rural enclave of his native Poland. To see more of Yerka’s work, visit Yerkaland.com.
Paul Chatem was born in 1974 in Bellevue, Washington. Chatem graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1997, and initially showed his work in coffee shops and group shows around Los Angeles. During that time he had two styles of work, clean lined ink work and surreal oil paintings. Over the past year, Chatem […]
Born in 1980 in Dublin, Ireland, New York based photographer Richard Mosse has an MFA (Photography) from the Yale School of Art, a postgraduate diploma in fine art from Goldmisths, and a BA in English Literature from Kings College, London. Mosse comes from a family of artists, “My grandfather was a sculptor, my uncle is […]
“Gregory Euclide is an artist and teacher living in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. His attraction to the landscape originates from his experience of growing up in the rural landscapes of Wisconsin. Discontented with the flat surface of traditional landscape paintings, Euclide began exploring the relationship between experiencing nature with the body and creating art […]
A very interesting TED Talk about modern origami and how it is being used to create not only beautiful sculptures but to solve technological problems ranging from consumer products to the space program. Robert Lang merges mathematics with aesthetics to fold elegant modern origami. His scientific approach helps him make folds once thought impossible — […]
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American sculptor Kevin Titzer has a new solo exhibition at Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City, CA. “Ghost of a Chance” is Titzer’s first solo exhibition Thinkspace and his largest and most complex creations to date. A native of Evansville, Indiana, Titzer recently relocated to Quebec, Canada where his new body of work was created. Titzer […]
American artist Lyle Carbajal uses his paintings to explore the unintentional. “Through the use of color, bold line and image placement he hopes to capture the naiveté of daily life.” Influences include the Brut and Cobra groups of past and present, the naïve artists of Latin America, graphic designers and illustrators, religious painters, and children. […]
Simón Prades is a young illustrator studying graphic design at the University of Applied Sciences in Trier, Germany. His main interest lies in illustration and book design. “The old technique of etching is a rising passion, as it combines the sensibility of drawing with an exhausting handcraft.” Whenever possible, Prades works in analog techniques, mainly […]
“Born in 1976, Sitaki (aka SIT) has been part of the Amsterdam creative scene for many years. SIT was involved in action painting, graphic design, advertising and more – until he went back to square one to find his true essence – back to head and handcraft. Themes in SIT’s work include his struggle to […]
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