viernes, 1 de julio de 2011
The latest work of French master of photo-manipulation Marc Da Cunha Lopes, is a series entitled ‘Vertebrata’, where large skeleton creatures are placed in intriguing environment.
Following the belief of the ancient Mayans that a worthy soul can be possessed by a willing animal spirit in times of need, like war, artist Daniel Lee created these marvelous paintings of homosapien and animal crossbreed. Try and guess which animals are being presented here.
Written, directed, composed, performed and edited by Shimrit Artistic Productions.
A great design trend of seen appearing more and more often around the web is using typography to create portraits. This post I’ve compiled an amazing list of 3 beautiful typography portraits which are perfect for inspiration and are simply mind blowing designs.
Based in Rotterdam in The Netherlands, multidisciplinary artist Helmut Simts produces intriguing work that flows from sculpture and public installation to design and film. Irrespective of the chosen medium for each piece, what consistently shines through in Smits practice is a contemporary sensibility that both embraces and critiques everyday life. McDonald’s, for example, is a recurring motif that culminates in a satirical obituary for the company’s central mascot. All of those Big Macs were going to get to him eventually.
Norwegian Wood (ノルウェイの森, Noruwei no mori) is a Japanese drama film directed by Tran Anh Hung, based on Haruki Murakami's novel of the same name.
Polish artist focusing on portraiture and the human figure with elements of realism and abstractism.
I suppose I'm in the mood to try and do a small series of beauty shots in a portrait sort of way. So here's the pastel green illustration one (Neysa Bové)