mercoledì 31 agosto 2011

Ursus Wehrli - The Art of Clean

German artist Ursus Werhli has just released ‘The Art of Clean Up’, a book stuffed with neatly organized objects and situations.









domenica 28 agosto 2011

Tania Blanco

"Bizarre" painting by Tania Blanco. lives and works in Paris, France and Valencia, Spain.






lunedì 22 agosto 2011

Aryz @ Bristol

New work by Aryz, one day is all it took to finish his new mural for “See No Evil” in Bristol.


domenica 21 agosto 2011

Ignacio Torres - Stellar

Magical gifs by Texan photographer Ignacio Torres.

“This project began from the theory that humans are made of cosmic matter as a result of a stars death. I created imagery that showcased this cosmic birth through the use of dust and reflective confetti to create galaxies. The models organic bodily expressions as they are frozen in time between the particles suggest their celestial creation. In addition, space and time is heightened by the use of three-dimensional animated gifs. Their movement serves as a visual metaphor to the spatial link we share with stars as well as their separateness through time.”





sabato 20 agosto 2011

Blu

Blu is the pseudonym of an Italian artist who conceals his real identity. He lives in Bologna and has been active in street art since 1999.



The list of the places where Blu has left his trace is as long as his collection of sketchbooks which contain sketches, thoughts or simply visual notes. Often these drawings function as a script for his improvisations on walls.


His graphic mania is directly proportional to the epic scale of his murals. His paintings seem to interpret the architectural language of public spaces and reinvent them into new shapes. Thus, his murals are never detached from the places where they were conceived because Blu is a painter in the landscape, urban or industrial. He always tries to communicate with the society which inhabits those spaces, searching for the uniqueness of each place. Besides drawing and painting, the technical universe of Blu is completed by a skillful use of the digital medium. Proof of that can be seen in his website where his manual craftsmanship is combined with computer programming language. The recurring themes of his imagery play on the distortion of the human figure. He speaks a pop vocabulary which resembles the automatic writing process of the surrealist tradition with purely rhetorical processes.


in short, Blu's artistic practice has contributed to a radical change in the art market. His murals and his videos are given for free to the public space of the cities and on the world wide web. His income comes from the sale of multiples, like silkscreen prints, in those few galleries which represent him, or through the sale of self-made editions. The works of Blu appear abrupt because they are derived from the free creativity of an artist who has decided to occupy a position outside the sheltered field of art. As magically as they appear they can disappear, sometimes covered by other paintings by Blu himself, sometimes ruined by time and weather, but mostly erased by the authorities in the name of tidiness.


mercoledì 17 agosto 2011

Zoltron

Zoltron Website






Michael Marsicano

Artist bio: "Enthusiastic purveyor of embellished realities seeks like-minded, inspired patrons. Clients include Playboy, ESPN Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, Spin, TimeOut New York, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, The Science Project, Oxygen Network, Troma Entertainment, Digital Kitchen, The Mill, Eyeball, Love & War, Faesthetic Magazine, Nashville Times, Charlex, Block Magazine, Zink! Magazine, Front Page, Orlando Weekly, YRB Magazine, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Senses Magazine, Sarasota Magazine •BFA Illustration, Ringling College of Art & Design, Sarasota, FL •MFA Illustration As Visual Essay, School of Visual Arts New York, NY"