Digital paintings by European artist, Guillaume Verdier.
Category - Design
KKSTUDIOS has a fascination with the awkward and uncomfortable — to that end, they have an ongoing project where they are taking everyday, useful objects and made them into useless, awkward pieces of art.
A family of engineers from Barcelona decided to build beautiful electric bicycles designed like retro motorcycles of the 1950s. There are two models of the Oto Cycles bikes, which have a rage of about 50 kilometers and come in all sorts of cool colors. via [fubiz.net]
A Room of One’s Own by Tim Bower Illustrator Tim Bower is a commercial artist and has been in the business since he was ten. These paintings depict great writers all having one of those moments of creative angst… in their bedrooms.
Virginia Mori is a thirty something Italian illustrator and animator who’s worked on all sorts of film projects, commercial animations and music videos… but luck for us, she still finds time for her first love, her bic pen drawings.
Patrick Gonzales is a painter, photographer and digital artist. His surreal artwork is a combination of memories, dreams and fantasy. Gonzales, who lives in France, began painting when he was 15. He started by recreating the paintings of others while slowly developing his own style.
A great article in the Huff Post that pulls together quotes from famous artists on the power of inspirational art. Here’s a sampling of some of the inspirational insights…
Check out the work of Russian art student, Анастасия Кардашова…it’s a combination of digital art, illustration and collage. We will differently being keeping an eye on her. And you can see more here.
Zim & Zou (Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann) are French based graphical designers by training but have come to prefer the tangible to the digital. The duo were recently tapped to do a window display as Hermes in Barcelona…which puts on full display their incredible talents. “This Carte Blanche tells the story of a fox who...
Well it doesn’t get more summer than a day at the beach. So we start things off with American artist Edward Potthast’s impression of such a day near the turn of the 18th century; followed by Jules Brenton from around the same time in France; the Banks of the Seine in Summer (Tournedos sur Seine), by Gustave Loiseau; and perhaps the...
Eddy Stevens began painting at the age of 12. Born in Belgium, and perhaps best known for his inspirational paintings of women, Stevens also has also done furniture design. He refers to these raw, solid, unrefined pieces as, Undefined. Here is a sampling of his work: Eddy Stevens