My oh my… Frank’s drawing really takes me somewhere else. He creates incredibly detailed little worlds that seem to stand alone in vast emptiness. But the inner parts of these worlds are far from empty. Frank mixes all sorts of cultural icons and influences into his gray scale pieces, he blend them in through typography and perfectly executed perspective.
I also find that the reliance on pencil to create such fantastic edifices gives an almost decadent feel to the drawings, as if these were the remains of some past world.
Make sure to check out an interview with Frank by HUH.
via It’s Nice That.
click here for more !
I’m totally amazed by the intricacy in Winnie’s pieces. She creates faces that are slightly eerie and kind of psychedelic, especially if you imagine them as breathing through the endless amount of hair that shapes them.
via Ape on The Moon.
As in all art, there are many levels through which one can look at John O’Connor’s work. Even without going into the message substance of these pieces, it’s hard not to get completely mesmerized by such an intense concentration of clashing patterns and colors.
On his website, O’Connor sometimes gives a description of the reasoning behind some of his works. It’s great to be able to read the initial idea that went into the artworks and compare it to the final outcome – it sort of gives an insight into the artists’ creative flow.
For his art O’Connor uses graphite, colored pencil, paint and found materials that are based on personal data, chance, and statistics.
via But Does It Float
more after the jump!