Antonello Silverini, Italian artist and illustrator. Great digital collages and acrylic on canvas. Antonello Silverini did several book covers and illustrations for newspapers, and also international exhibitions and awards.
Elod Beregszaszi has just released a Japanese Tea House (Tsunami Relief). This origamic architecture card (hand folded and signed), dimensions: 144mm x 103mm when closed ?(envelope supplied) cost only £10.00, free postage, all profits go to those made homeless by the tsunami in Japan. I’ve ju
Ink loves paper is Hara Katsiki’s portfolio. Berlin based visual artist born in Athens, she worked in Greece until 2008 as an award winning art director and designer. After exploring different creative fields, she now works as a freelancer, exploring and expressing her inner world through the
Justine Ashbee is an American artist creating large scale free-form sharpie drawings. These drawings are executed purely by hand, using paint pens. Each form grow organically, in an intuitive flow, while maintaining delicate, elegant precision. Much like zen calligraphy, Justine Ashbee’s amorp
Amanda Elizabeth Joseph is a young American painter from Fort Wayne, IN. She doesn’t have her own website so I link to her page on Blue Canvas magazine. Outstanding oil paintings with an hyperrealist work on portraits.
Jaimie Warren is a performance artist and photographer from Kansas City, Missouri. She creates amazing series of funny photographs and self-portraits with a very free snapshot style. The compositions are more or less subtile or theatrical, showing food, trash, portraits and parties. Jaimie Warren is
Asger Carlsen is a Danish-born artist based in New-York. Through his digital manipulation, animals become half human, people have two heads and welcome to a strange hallucinatory dimension. By employing a traditional black and white palette, Wrong peers past reality into a parallel existence. The ha
Hope Gangloff is a New-York based artist, doing acrylic paintings and awesome ink illustrations. The artist shows admiration for the people in her life (they become her subjects) and for the act of painting itself. A very personal and loving art that is also a vision of modern American life. Hope Ga
Mia Pearlman creates gigantic organic paper installations, ephemeral drawings in both two and three dimensions that blur the line between actual, illusionistic and imagined space. The process (see video below) is very intuitive and spontaneous, the result is just awesome. Mia Pearlman just joined th