Thursday, 17 January 2019

Awesome Transparent Sculptures by American Artist Mark Jenkins

Mark Jenkins is an American artist most widely known for his hyper-realistic street sculptures made from packing tape. His work focuses on themes of marginalisation to create a stage that absorbs passers-by. Through years of working with many different materials, Mark is experienced in sculpting marble, bronze, stainless steel, glass, granite, ceramic and English seasoned oak to name a few. He knows that by using the best materials along side well executed production processes, he can achieve the perfect look which lasts a life time.

Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Amazing Photography by American Artist Steve McCurry

Steve McCurry is an American Photojournalist who has done work for National Geographic and has won countless awards for his photojournalism and coverage of various wars throughout history. One of the most famous portraits of all time comes from Steve McCurry. Known as “Afghan Girl“, it is commonly compared to the Mona Lisa and other famous works of art. Throughout December, the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City will display 37 photographs from Steve McCurry's travels to India over the last 30 years. Some of them have never been published before, while others are already iconic.

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Adventurous Wildlife Photography by Israeli Artist Roie Galitz

Roie Galitz is a renowned award-winning wildlife photographer, entrepreneur and educator. For over a decade, Roie is exploring and documenting our planet’s wildlife from his unique perspective. Roie’s photographs get great exposure worldwide, millions of views and frequent appearances in the media. Roie is a leading figure in the field of photography, an ambassador of DJI Global and Nikon Israel. Roie frequently gives lectures and talks in photography conferences and environmental events all over the world, and speaks for endangered animals and a Greenpeace ambassador on an international Save the Arctic campaign.

Monday, 7 January 2019

Beautiful Watercolor Paintings by American Artist Andre Kohn

Andre Kohn was born in Stalingrad in the heart of the former Soviet Union. In 1992, at the age of twenty, he brought a dozen of his drawings to the United States, settling in Montgomery, Alabama. At his first juried show in the U.S., Kohn submitted six of his paintings. He won four first prizes, one second, and one third. His talent once again drew immediate attention at his first U.S. one-man show. He became a member of the Montgomery Art Guild and a member of the National Drawing Society.

Saturday, 5 January 2019

Eye-Catching Railroad Art by Lisbon-born Artist Artur Bordalo

Portugese street artist Artur Bordalo has expanded our idea of where street art can be created by creating it straight onto railroad tracks. He uses the horizontal lines of the tracks to create clever and original pieces of art. Using a palette of bright neons, Bordalo depicts imaged impending collisions of objects, affixing tongue-in-cheek titles. His railway series uses the train tracks as an inspiration and a guide; they become a musical score for swirling treble clefs in Music Online or, in The Game of Life, an enormous tic-tac-toe board filled with dollar and peace signs.

Friday, 4 January 2019

Authentic Illustrations by Award-Winning Spanish Artist Helena Perez Garcia

Helena Perez Garcia is a Spanish illustrator based in London. Her days are spent creating illustrations for books, magazines, newspapers, and packaging. Each piece is mysterious, conceptual, and rich in detail and color, often depicting characters in surreal situations. With a deft hand, Garcia wields her gouache paint and her watercolors, pencils, and pastels to create each little world. She has published two illustrated books in France (Louna au Musée and Bonne Nuit Louna). One of her latest projects was published in Spain by Penguin Random House. She regularly collaborates with magazines and other publications. She works both as a graphic designer and as a freelance illustrator.

Thursday, 3 January 2019

Incredible Wooden Sculptures by Italian Artist Nino Orlandi

Nino Orlandi is a self-taught artist. In spite of his lack of formal education, has mastered a literary genre of sculpture. His pieces convey immense talent and dimension, apparent in his many works titled The Book of Life, The Magic Mountain and The Book of Dreams. From a very young age, the Italian artist has been passionate about sculpture and, although he had to put it aside for many years, he has spent the past 13 years dedicated to his passion for the art form.