Artificial Anatomy

Reading Time: 2 minutes Artificial Anatomy is an ongoing personal by Paul Hollingworth the project is intended to explore our understanding and perception of surface, texture and volume. Part one of the project used paint to define the form of the human head and skull. Part 2 depicted below uses flashing electroluminescent wire to illuminate sections of a human head and skull. […]

Stop and illustrate the roses

Reading Time: 2 minutes Brazilian artist, Marcelo Monreal creates a new meaning for the phrase “Flower Child” with his a completely new style of portraits.  Monreal manipulates faces and fills them out with flowers. The result is totally incredible and inspires us to stop and illustrate the roses. Monreal describes himself as a “Digital collage artist” but his works […]

20 Illustrations. 20 Drugs. 20 Days.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Brian Pollett, aka Pixel-Pusha, went on a 20-day, 20-drug journey for the sake of art. Pollett, a graphic designer based in San Fransisco, took a different drug every day for twenty days to experience and then express the feelings and state of mind of each drug. Pollett stated that he really felt like he was living in […]

The Crazy Plate Lady

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canadian artist, Jacqueline Poirier has crowned herself “The Crazy Plate Lady”. Her beautiful hand-painted charger plates are showcased throughout The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Toronto. Designs on the plates range from landscapes, portraits, animals, food and everything in between. Although each design is unique, Poirier’s plates capture the Canadian spirit. The colourful palettes and designs spark conversation at […]

Sky Art by Thomas Lamadieu

Reading Time: 2 minutes Many of us have looked up at the sky and imagined images and stories in the clouds, but French artist Thomas Lamadieu has taken it a step further. Lamadieu uses photos of the sky from between buildings and integrates beautiful illustrations in the sky. His artistic aim is to show a different perception of urban architecture and the everyday environment around […]

Sneaker Tectonics

Reading Time: 2 minutes Chris Labrooy first began using 3D as a simple tool to visualise ideas for furniture and products that he could not afford to produce. As 3D technology and hardware evolved, he saw an opportunity to explore the creative medium in itself with which he could subvert and twist familiar everyday things into new typographic and sculptural forms. Chris […]