Using layering of media and pastiche Cathrine Raben Davidsen creates imagery that resembles the impression modern fashion has on the viewer (as far as he or she is not grossed […]
Looking at Sam Chirnside’s wonderful illustrations reminded me of Kierkegaard’s thoughts about repetition.
Found him today in the worldwideweb… “Hi, my name is Markus Hofko and I’m specializing in conceptual image making, both still and moving. I’m always on the hunt for new […]
Can chaos be depicted?
Two weeks have passed since I last shared with you some examples of comic art. So now it’s time to present some new beautiful, funny, challenging stuff.
Tintin Cooper is an artist residing in London and Bangkok. He not only works with icons of football, but brings in icons of martial arts into his work
Oh man, times flies! It’s already two weeks ago since I last posted various examples of comics art.
A month ago I shared with you miscellaneous examples of comics I hold esteem. Today I want to share with you more examples. I came to know them the last […]
Is there anything western bourgeois, or at least well protected, children have gladly done which they not start abnegating with growing age?! Fledgeling here means becoming cool. In this connection […]
It’s seems Robert Lovely had a brief spell as Days of Thunder. Too bad! Really, what a pity. His humorous comic illustrations are quiet and gentle, though they don’t lack […]
Today I’d like to share with you some works of art by the multi-talented Julien Pacaud. He’s doing art, illustration, photography and experimental music. His style is, to me, an […]