I started this project to get rid of the boring unpainted sheet rock in my garage. I’ve done two full walls and am still going! I use acrylic house paint and tape shapes for straight edges. I love “driving into art” every day.
This is a chair created by Chuck Dune for his little baby girl on her first birthday. The clip is a short video with still shots of the chair as a work in process- all the way to completion. The audio on the clip is baby girl and her mother talking a bit of cute gibberish. They found this chair at a garage sale for three dollars. It was untreated wood. Using acrylic paints and some star stencils, the chair was turned into a beautiful work of art. Maybe this chair is being used by a future president?
The Life of a Superhero is the name of a project by Swedish artist Andreas Englund. The project consists of some incredibly funny and photo realistic oil paintings documenting a Superhero in his day to day life; the ups, the downs, and the damn right hilarious. The series takes you through the life of this Superhero, from a toddler to an old man, and highlights the everyday struggles that can happen to the best of us.
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Toronto artist Nicholas Sinclair better known as Dudeman has been travelling around the globe to showcase his amazing creation. Ever since his first collection entitled ‘Colour Therapy’ his amazing ability to combine colours and shapes made an impression to critics and fans alike. His latest undertaking is graffiti furniture. Dudeman has found a dazzling way to combine street art and vintage pieces of furniture. His funky creations are worth our admirations!
My art style changes just as I myself develop. I am constantly looking for refinements and other possibilities of expression within my painting style. The surprise at first glance is just as important as the subsequently resulting immersion from newer and newer perspectives. Imagination with regard to artist as well as viewer is the most important thing in art. Precisely this creative ability shall be addressed when viewing my paintings.
Creating something beautiful succeeds in a relaxed atmosphere. The idea is in my head when I see the whit canvas, and I intuitively get involved with the painting process. There is almost a concept in the forefront. However, the actual final product can be far cry from the initial idea in the painting phase.
Geometry has a fixed mathematical form – it is calculable. It stimulates me to pry open that geometry and to make it incalculable for the viewer – mysterious, chaotic and yet harmonious. This conveys depth, combines and interweaves the elements so that a three-dimensional impression emerges, but which does not have to be consistent. Concentric surfaces, hard and soft flow of lines, high-contrast painting and above all the passion for detail strengthen this impression.
My paintings shall baffle and fascinate the viewer so that she/he is carried off into my world and engages in the game of discovering my paintings. The greater the accuracy of perception is, the more she/he will discover in my paintings.
Sweden-based Pakistani Artist and Musician Shahrukh goes around capturing the mesmerizing reflections of Swedish countryside in lakes. A different perspective in these photos appears as the reflection is looked at as the real world, while real-life objects are composed around it, defying gravity. The season just before winters hit North-East Sweden, gives it the perfect color and tone for the gloomy mood. Though very serene and calming, they also reflect loneliness and solitude.
“Without reflection, we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences, and failing to achieve anything useful.” – Margaret J. Wheatley