Posts tagged 'Illustration'
Dark as death: artworks by S.V.Mitchell
Mitchell was born in Bristol England in 1963. He spent his child hood growing up in the south west of England. At 29 a drinking binge ended in a hospitalization and a near death ”Bardo” experience, in witch he was graced with a moment of clarity into his condition. This became the spark to ignite his recovery turning his life around and creating the Art we see today.
Amazingly detailed illustrations by Giorgi Arutinov
This artist from Georgia makes incredible detailed illustrations, full of various elements. I have always been fascinated by such patient artists as this one. Bravo!
New artworks from Jiwoon Park
Jiwoon Pak is an illustrator and artist based in Seoul, south of Korea. She received her art education at Valenciennes Fine art school in France,and started to work as a freelance illustrator in 2013.
Amazing watercolor paintings by Nicolas Jolly
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey. via
Redmer Hoekstra takes us to the surrealistic adventure
Some of you probably know this illustrator from Netherlands already. I have to admit that I have recognized a few of his artworks, as well. I saw them somewhere on the web long time ago. Today, I have discovered the huge and amazing portfolio of this artist. I wanted to include even more artworks here, because all of them are gorgeous and unforgettable. With each his illustration, Redmer takes us to the glorious world of creative surrealism.
The Amazing Art by Chiara Aime
When I saw the first and one of the most recent artworks of this author (the first picture from the top), I knew I have to open her portfolio. There first thought in my mind was “Wow”. You can see many games with a color, improvisation with portraits and surrealism.
Chiara Aime was born in Cuneo in 1991, where she currently resides. She attended the Art School of Cuneo and only since 2010 has begun to expose herself to the public as a painter. Her painting is an expression of mind, highly introspective that comes from the soul and is supported by a great passion for drawing and graphics. Her palette, preferably restricted to a few colors, three-four, including the blue and the blues, reds and purple, often thwarted by yellow and green.
Illustrations by Joseph Barbaccia
Joseph is illustrator from Washington DC. He has finished Tyler School of Art and has 35 experience of graphic design. His illustrations are made from many colorful curves that ends up with a very gorgeous results.
Wise Grandpa by Gyva Grafika
The second largest city in Lithuania, called Kaunas, had a chance to surprise its community and society with a very big, interesting and funny street art created by studio Gyva Grafika. The grandpa was painted on the building which was owned by a great art society, where concerts and other fun was held each week. However, the government of Kaunas city wasn’t so happy to see this grandpa in the old town of Kaunas, so they requested to erase it from the walls… and it was.
New paintings by Simon Birch
Simon Birch is a UK-born artist who is a permanent resident of Hong Kong. He has had solo shows in Beijing, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Miami, and Singapore, as well as exhibiting in group shows at the Hong Kong Museum of Art (2008), the Haunch of Venison, London, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, in 2011.
Messy and beautiful portraits by Cheol Hee Lim
This artist amazed me by beautiful and messy portraits that are full of color. Author has a very interesting technique. Love it.
Cityscapes in various shapes by Jieun Park
Jieun Park is mixing two very interesting styles in her paintings: traditional cityscapes that looks very realistic and abstract art. This combination creates a very unique and gorgeous result, which you can see above. I really like this idea and style. “What I try to express through my works are the emotions that I felt at the specific moments during the journey. I remember how I was emotionally overwhelmed and felt lonely by looking down at the city from on high.” - says artist.
Artist spent 30min each day for the past few months to make daily sketch paints
Gabriel Verdon submitted his daily sketch paints on reddit by saying that he spent only 30min each day (for the past few moths) in order to create these black and white illustrations. I can say it looks very original, dark and interesting. Very nice choice of color, which is limited. Do you like it?
Hyper realistic paintings by Jason John
You can name it wherever you want, my dear friends - super, cool, hyper or unbelievable insane realistic paintings. One thing I know for sure: I fucking love realistic paintings. And if they are unique by the idea… well, this is even more awesome! Love, love, love it…
Paintings by Antonio José Manzanedo
Spanish artist Antonio José Manzanedo creates magical and dark paintings that reminds me various fairy tales or stories where evil meets good.
Derek Jones paints messy but wonderful portraits
The artist with his own style and mood that can be felt through the color. Derek Jones is based in Scotland and he is painting wonderful, dark and messy portraits. Sometimes they remind me something related to women abuse topic. However, maybe it’s just me. And that’s the point actually: everyone can understand a little bit different these paintings.