Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Fantastic Street Art by Peruvian Artist Jade Rivera

Jade Rivera aka JADE is Peruvian street artist whose work, from miniature pieces to large murals. He turned his focus to visual arts –though he would eventually drop out of art school and become a full-fledged autodidact. From lettering and graffiti to sophisticated strokes of realism, Jade has left a colourful trail of his evolving artistry throughout the streets of Lima.

The characters show both sadness and hope, struggle and peace, restlessness and a sense of belonging, as well as strength in the belief of growth and the chance of awakening, moving forward as life speeds up its pace leaving dreams, memories and few traces behind.

Sunday, 24 November 2019

Stunningly Delicate Installations using Dandelions by Swiss Artist Regine Ramseier

German artist Regine Ramseier created a gorgeous art installation by hanging 2000 dandelions down the ceiling. All the flowers were first hand-picked by the artist herself; then each puff-ball had to be sprayed separately with an adhesive in order to prevent the fuzz from being blown away. All the dandelions were then installed into a special palette and transported to the installation room. Once they reached the destination, the artist hung the flowers down the  ceiling one by one.

Friday, 28 June 2019

Wonderful Digital Art Illustrations by Indian Artist Lovely Kukreja

Lovely Kukreja's journey to an artist was due to his dedication and passion towards art. In 2005, Lovely Kukreja started his journey as a computer operator in New Delhi. During his free time he used to learn art from his mentor Mr. Suresh Digwal, who showed him an artistic career.

Since 2012, Lovely Kukreja has been working as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. He specializes in children's books illustrations, game designs and more. His recent works include a series on digital art illustrations of hindu gods and goddess portrayed in a child like attire.

Thursday, 27 June 2019

Incredible 3D Street Art by Chinese Artist DALeast

Chinese-born street artist DALeast, whose work is recognizable for its unique style anywhere he paints, has left a trail of stunning 3D graffiti spanning several continents. Based in South Africa with his wife, the 29-year-old artist spends around half a year traveling around the world and painting his graffiti artworks in different cities. Each piece of his street art looks as it’s made out of thousands of metal shards, which all come together beautifully to shape different animals, birds or humans in action. The artist won’t reveal his true name, but says he has been dedicated to arts ever since he was 3 years old.

Friday, 17 May 2019

Amazing Watercolor Paintings by Indian Artist Mahesh Honule

Young painter from Belgaum Mahesh Honule is exhibiting his paintings from December 21 at the Mahveer Bhavan Art Gallery. The exhibition aptly named “Light and Shadow” will showcase Mahesh’s art which he has played with shadows and light of trees and landscapes.

Mahesh has a degree in fine arts from Benon Smith School of Fine Arts Belgaum and he has done his exhibitions Bangalore, Kolhapur and various other places since 2003. He has his fortay in 2d Backgrounds, Oil paintings, Water paintings, Portraits, Dry pastels, Oil pastels.

He has also won various accolades for his paintings, Gadinadu Utsav Award, Belgaum, 2006, Rastriya Mahaparva Award, Solapur, 2004, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Award, 2003,Rotary club Award, Belgaum, 2003, Rotary club Award, Belgaum, 2002. 

Tuesday, 2 April 2019

Beautiful Watercolor Paintings by Indian Artist Abdul Salim

Kochi based Abdul Salim Kochi started painting when he turned 13. He made it his profession from 2000 onwards.  In 2010, he was awarded the Kerala Lalithakala Akademi award for cartoon, and the Lalithakala Akademi gold medal for watercolour for his painting, Remnants of an era, the same year. He works as an Art teacher in a school at Kochi and also doing professional freelance Illustrations.

Monday, 1 April 2019

Awesome Photography by French Artist Rehahn

Rehahn is a French photographer that first started out in 2007. He moved to Hoi An, a city in Vietnam in 2011 and opened a restaurant there. His passion for photography took flight and encouraged by his friends and fans, his art and popularity started a crescendo line. It all culminated with the publishing of  his book in 2014 Vietnam: A mosaic a contrasts. 

Vietnam has over 50 ethnic groups. They are diverse, colourful and the source of inspiration for Rehahn, along with the ethnicity photographer Manny Librodo. Rehan  has photographed about a dozen ethnic groups and still has his work cut out for him. 

On 1 January 2017, he opened the Precious Heritage Art Gallery Museum that showcases these ethnic groups whose traditions and heritage are dwindling.

Wednesday, 6 March 2019

Amazing Street Art by Brazilian Artists Thiago Goms & Anne Galante

Two amazing Brazilian artists recently teamed up to make this creative mural.
Thiago Goms is a street artist from Sao Paolo, Brazil, known for creating cat-themed murals. While he mainly used spray cans for his artworks when he first started working as a muralist, he switched to using acrylic, which he considers to resemble a more canvas-like look and feel. His work is featured as part of the opening of URBAN NATION Museum in 2017.