Articles tagged with: art
It seems like Wacom is stepping up their game, along with a purchase of a tablet you get a free owl.
The Patchwork Show bid farewell to spring, and said “hello!” to summer, laying rows of craftie and DIY folks by the Long Beach shores. Since 2006 the Patchwork Show has brought, not only a creative…
There’s no better landscape to create his masterpiece, after all his main tool is solar energy. To some it may be tiring and time-consuming spending hours under the blazing hot sun, but Al finds it quite gratifying that he gets to work closely with two great elements of nature…
“Sally’s ideas come spewing out of her head like a big bloated volcano having a sick. She can be found most days…
David Litchfield has proven that lines not only carry simplicity within them, but they are the main architects of building character; enlarged heads and exaggerated facial features play a big part in his illustrations.
Chicago born Brian Dettmer didn’t have to go to med school and get a PhD to do what he does best– carve into old books with surgeon tools.
…After hours of walking and scoping each artist tent, we’ve chosen to feature our six favorite, based on the creative and distinctive character of their work.
Small, colorful and pathological are the words Mary Carmack uses to describe her own artwork. Carmack’s vintage-inspired collage pieces tell their own anomalous stories. The cut-outs with intermixed drawing accents transform into dream-like portraits that once narrated tales different than the fate they hold today.
I strongly believe that wherever inspiration and creativity exist, there is art. Although I’m not a fan of graffiti used to mark territories per se, I am however, all for graffiti that evolves into art and transforms plain cement buildings into an endless captivating canvas.