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Posts tagged with ‘artwork’

  • “Inside a Woman’s Mind” Photo Series

    By admin on May 12, 2014
    As a woman, it can be told in a million words just how complex and consistent our thoughts can be. But if a picture speaks a thousand words, can a photo possibly capture a woman’s mind? Done by an unknown artist, this is the beginning of a photo series trying to portray the depth and meaning to how women think. […]
  • Art in Remembrance of Tsunami Victims

    By admin on April 18, 2014
    The recent Tsunami in Sendai and the disaster in Fukushima rattled many of the local citizens and unfortunately many lives were lost. Artist Jeroen Bisscheroux’s artwork puts spectators right in the middle of the disaster. Currently on display in Japan and open daily for viewing, his 3D artwork is both mind blowing and thought provoking. Enjoy!
  • Realistic Pencil Drawings by Paul Lung

    By Michal Upchurch on September 1, 2011
    Amazing, talented, stunning, brilliant are all the words that came to my mind when I saw the pencil drawings by Paul Lung. With simply a technical pencil and paper in hand, Paul can spend up to 60 hours on one of his realistic sketches. The graphic artist from Hong Kong often has to make videos to prove his artwork is […]
  • Amie Dicke’s Sensual Sadnessm

    By SP on June 24, 2009
    Seriously in awe and don’t know what to say about Amie’s work. At a loss for words. The site we got these from didn’t really go into details about her work, however, we do know that it is a solo exposition by the artist called “Sensual Sadnessm,” and cutout & ink on poster paper were the important factors in this […]
  • Michael Zavros’s Take On Balenciaga

    By SP on June 18, 2009
    There is nothing more refreshing than to see an artist hard at work. Even more so when the artist is, Michael Zavros. While the finished product of an art is fulfilling, the process of getting there and seeing the artist struggle back and forth is rather magnificent. That inspired this post. As an artist/designer myself, this is all too familiar. […]