The artist known simply as Amose was born in 1979 and currently lives and works in Lille, France. Amose studied illustration at the St. Luc Institute in Belgium. Amose works in various mediums including illustration, traditional painting, spray painting, and screen printing. His work is inspired by artists such as Vitché and Vasko, Schiele, Klimt, […]
More great stuff from Mexican born, Austin Texas based artist Eduardo Flores (aka Bayo). To see more of Fores work, visit Artwork.Bayo.Me.com or check out his profile on Behance Network.
What do you see? is a children’s book that brings to life the surreal art of Wangechi Mutu (featured). Written by Kyla Ryman, each page of this unusual seek-and-find book reveals a small part of Mutu’s artwork Le Noble Savage (2006), allowing readers to explore each part of the collage work closely. On the final page, the entire piece […]
Born in 1959 in Hirosaki, Japan, Yoshitomo Nara is a widely known Pop Artist whose paintings, sculptures, and drawings have gained a cult following around the world. Nara has a BFA (1985) and an MFA (1987) from Aichi Prefectural University in Japan, and he studied art at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf, Germany between 1988 and […]
Born in 1980, Brandon Maldonado lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico – an environment that is rich in Hispanic arts and culture. His first artistic inspirations include the fantastical world of Star Wars and the monsters of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”. In adolescence, he was influenced by graffiti which can still be seen in his current works. […]
Your Weekly Mixx! DAF’s Weekly Mixx is a selection of nine contemporary artworks and/or art related videos chosen from artist and gallery submissions and from our own search for new and interesting works. This week, we feature the work of Twin Flames, Jacqueline Rush Lee, Joel Daniel Phillips, Michael Sydney Moore, Rick Berry, and Shoot Up.
The essence of drawing is the line exploring space.
J.C. Leyendecker created over 320 covers for the Saturday Evening Post, the most well known are his “New Year’s Baby” series which ran every year from 1908 to 1943. To see the full collection of New Year’s Babies, visit the Saturday Evening Post website. Happy New Year Everyone!!
For the many who think that street art is vandalism, plain and simple – consider reverse graffiti. Reverse graffiti (aka clean tagging, dust tagging, grime writing), is a method of creating art in public spaces by removing the dirt from its surface. Early forms of reverse graffiti include writing and pictures drawn on the dirty […]
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Your Monday Mixx – Enjoy!
Oregon based artist Chris Cole’s work is derived from a fascination of physics, gravity, motion, light, and a definition of space. “My kinetic sculptures and paintings are the result of a life spent exploring the relationships between the industrial and natural worlds, between human progress and humanity’s excesses. The Northwest, and the small towns that […]