Some more great work by members of the Berlin-based artists collective KLUB7 – this time from their member DiskoRobot. His sharp, trippy and insanely meticulous drawing rendition of the alphabet is freakin mind-boggling. I actually used to find a bit of pride in all my crappy little triangular doodles on my school pages. Now I’m wondering if I’ll ever even try to draw a pyramid again.
DiskoRobot is without doubt a maestro of such detailed and yet abstract hand-lettering works. Check his page for way more great stuff.
Some awesome portraits taken by Brittany Fabry. I’m especially a fan of the goth-ish portrait, what a hat!
As artists develop techniques through experimentation and influence, they must find themselves engulfed in a movement. One movement, Postmodernism is an incredibly opportune style, a fortunate chrysalis. Postmodernism has the fortune of using previous movements. Sam Chirnside draws upon Postmodernism with a polished yet speculative refinement. There is a challenging level of symmetry in Sam’s works. The work includes diminutive adjustments that reward the viewer, prompting him to search for deeper meaning. Chirnside is a purveyor of raw surrealism. A ‘cut and paste’ jaunt through the daunting distortions lead us to our question our existence. To not allow yourself to engage with his visual intimations, is truly a renouncement of cognizance.
A link to his blog and portfolio here.
Palencar is a very well established artist in the fields of fantasy, science fiction and horror — he mainly focuses on creating amazing book covers and paintings.
As you might know, I love sketchbooks. More than that, I love looking at other people’s sketches – especially if they’re as good as these, by Bryce Wymer.
Since I’m slowly making my way through all the submission emails we got over the last couple weeks, I’m a bit late on posting about Scott Albrecht’s exhibitionAlong The Way . But that doesn’t mean we can’t share some of his new works anyways. Great stuff
Italian artist Martina Corradi paints some strikingly beautiful images. Both in terms of color intensity and composition. I’m really into the kind of quasi-fluorescent colors she uses, they help create a very surreal atmosphere, and give her characters an alluring, almost ghost-like appearance.
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I just realized this is the third Russian artist we feature in a row – either there’s something serious brewing in Russia, or my browser is secretly only leading me to Russian art. Both reasons seem quite valid to me.
In any case, it’s all great stuff, and I’m especially enjoying Masha’s style of collage. She definitely creates some cool worlds.