Author - Kelly Paik

The graphic works of Gabriel Moreno

Gabriel Moreno’s detailed graphic drawings are a bounty of feminine beauty and sensuality. He combines pencil, ink, marker, paint, and digital manipulation to create punchy designs filled with striking color and strong line work.From Moreno’s website: “His works are usually comprised of flowing and precise fine black lines, over which he...

Paintings in CGI by Matthew Stone

Clearly, London-based artist Matthew Stone didn’t want to hold himself back from integrating as many artistic mediums as he could into his latest series. Titled ‘Healing With Wounds’, Stone uses CGI techniques to combine the hand-painted abstract brushstrokes and staged photography found in his earlier works. The series offers a technical...

Lost and Not Found by Telmo Miel

Telmo Miel is an artist duo from the Netherlands that creates sweeping surrealist murals and large-scale masterpieces. The two met at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam in 2007 and officially began working as a duo in 2012. Their works reference both the human and animal worlds to create fantastical scenes meant to elicit both humor and...

Psychedelic mixed-media works by Mike Winkelmann

Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple uses a variety of media to conjure up real-life snapshots of his dreams. He creates otherworldly and perfectly weird short films which have screened at onedotzero, Prix Ars Electronica, the Sydney Biennale, Ann Arbor Film Festival and many others. He’s also created visuals used by various electronic music artists like...

Wallwave Vibrations by Loris Cecchini

Walls turn into watery surfaces and vibrate with life in these latest works by Italian artist Loris Cecchini. The series “Wallwave Vibrations” puts humming undulations on top of flat surfaces as if sounds were traveling through the surface. Cecchini creates each piece by digitally producing the designs, then fabricating them with polyester...

The figurative works of Liu Yuanshou

It’s always so satisfying to see paintings that depict so much deep meaning but put just as much care into being so well-rendered. Chinese artist Liu Yuanshou doesn’t skimp out on the visual goods as he presents us with life-like figures of people coiling through air with red drapery wrapping around their bodies. From his website: His style...

Faceless portraits by Fanny Nushka

While the subjects in Fanny Nushka’s paintings are missing their faces, the artist creates portraits that feel ultimately intimate. Even without seeing their features, we feel as if we can see their lives unfolding for us. Nushka hails from France but was taught some of her skills from an American painter and mentor. Her own works, mixing both...