Based in Tampa, Florida, multi-media artist Kathie Olivas’ work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions across the United States. “Her current body of work, entitled the “Misery Children” series, focuses on the constant social desire to assign “cuteness.” This often serves as a means to make something innocent and more appealing, therefore, […]
Born on March 2, 1943, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Robert Williams is a well-known painter and founder of Juxtapoz Art and Culture Magazine. Williams studied painting at Los Angeles City College and at the Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles, California. Early in his career, Williams designed containers for the Weyehaeuser Corporation and was a […]
These painterly and dream-like photographs are by Lisbon, Portugal based team José D’Almeida and Maria Flores of “Four Hands Photo”. To check out more of their work, including their paintings, visit FourHandsPhoto.com. (Note: Four Hands Photo’s website seems to be down. In the meantime, you can check out more of their work on Empty Kingdom).
Juan Carlos Frederico is an Argentine graphic designer and illustrator living and working in Buenos Airies. Federico studied physics at the University of Buenos Airies in 1984 and began studying graphic design in 1986. From 1992 to 1998 he taught Graphic Design at UBA and opened the design firm “Signum” in 1992. Federico became involved […]
Bloemencorso, the Dutch word meaning “flower parade”, “flower pageant” or “flower procession” are held in many towns and regions of the Netherlands and Belgium yearly, each parade having its own character, charm and theme. Bloemencorso Zundert is the largest flower parade in the world and is put on entirely by volunteers. The parade takes place […]
Sunday’s pic is by Australian illustrator Ken Wong. I did a short profile on him back in April 2009 but wanted to share his work again. To see more, visit KenArt.net.
There’s no retirement for an artist, it’s your way of living so there’s no end to it.
Based in Lviv, Ukraine, Irena Zablotska (aka Joulu) finds inspiration in music, beautiful views, friends, country trips, in love, in sufferings, and in dreams that have not come true. Zablotska also works as a designer and an urban artist. She has exhibited in the Ukraine, Costa Rica, U.S., France, and Russia. To see more, visit […]
Your Weekly Mixx – Enjoy!!
Your Monday Mixx. Enjoy!!
I’d certainly known it (slavery) existed in the world, but not to such a degree. I felt so horrible and honestly ashamed of my own lack of knowledge of this attrocity in my own lifetime. And I thought, if I don’t know, how many other people don’t know.” —Lisa Kristine, Humanitarian Photographer Humanitarian photographer Lisa […]
The latest work from Spanish painter Lita Cabellut. Cabellut grew up a gypsy in Barcelona. At the age of 13, she was inspired by the old Spanish and Dutch Court master painters after a visit at the Prado Museum, and decided to become an artist. Cabellut had her first exhibition at the age of 17 […]
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