Robert Peluce was a painter, sculptor, and animator. Born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1937, Peluce studied at East Los Angeles City College and the Chouinard Art Institute. “Peluce was an artist unlimited by subject matter, materials or medium. With a fanciful imagination and well-crafted technique, he had an exceptional ability to blend the antics […]
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More interesting work from Japanese illustrator, painter, animator, and character designer Takahiro Kimura. Kimura studied technology of painting and graphic design at Salesian Polytechnic, as well as drawing, landscape painting and fashion drawing at Setsu Mode Seminar. Since 1991, Kimura has been creating own unique style of collages (with a focus on faces) that depicts […]
Born on December 8, 1922, in Berlin, Germany, Lucian Michael Freud was a British painter and draughtsman and considered to be the leading figurative painter of his time. Freud was the son of the architect Ernst Freud and the grandson of renowned neurologist and psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. His family fled from Nazi Germany to England […]
Born in 1977, UK artist David Whitlam showed an interest and talent for drawing at a young age. While studying graphic art at Leeds Metropolitan University, he developed a curiosity for surrealism and the workings of the unconscious. Whitlam works in three mediums – pencil, oil paint, and Adobe Photoshop. His goal is to “tap […]
Saturday’s image is by Brazilian artist João Ruas. Ruas has exhibited numerous times at ThinkSpace Gallery in Los Angeles as well as other venues in the US. To see more of Ruas’ work, visit Feral-Kid.com.
With the most primitive means the artist creates something which the most ingenious and efficient technology will never be able to create.
Japanese born painter Naoto Hattori has a new solo exhibition at Copro Gallery in California. For this exhibition called “Super -Bionics”, “Naoto has painted deities, creatures of his thoughts and theories, alter egos and spiritual beings. Naoto says “Those creatures have never lived in my imagination before but since I have painted them, they have […]
Introducing Google Art Project – unique collaboration between Google and some of the world’s most acclaimed art museums to enable people to discover and view more than a thousand artworks online in extraordinary detail. Using Google Street View technology, visitors can move around the museum’s galleries, selecting works of art that are of interest and […]
Fernando Hereñú (AKA Pulpo) was born in 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Recognized for his complex composition and a surrealistic style, his work has been featured in publications around the globe. Pulpo completed his graphic design studies at the University of Buenos Aires in 2002 and currently works as an illustrator and as the creative […]
There’s an Australian photographer I’ve been following on Deviant Art for about a year named hotburrito2, (mrs miggins) and I’m excited to share his work with you today. Many of hotburrito2’s photos feature water and the beach. Many include animals, mainly dogs, birds, and the occasional kangaroo. Other photos (my favourites), are composed with random […]
Own World © Jerico Santander It’s Earth Day everyone – a day established to inspire awareness and appreciation for the earth and our environment. Founded by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson as an environmental teach-in in 1970, Earth day is now celebrated on April 22nd in almost every country around the globe. In celebration of Earth […]
One of the most favourited English Romantic artists, Joseph Mallord William Turner’s wide body of work ranges from topography to atmospheric storms and includes watercolours, oils and engravings. Known as “the painter of light”, his use of brilliant colours became the main characteristic in his landscapes and seascapes. Considered a controversial figure in his day, Turner is now regarded as the artist […]