I know I haven't been pumping these out weekly since I've been busy with work but here's a new one I hope you all enjoy!
So here's a video to start it off:
Here's the work of Ivan Tantsiura aka "Ivangraphics".
"Passionate about imagining, visualizing, designing, building, and bringing to motion of new worlds in computer games, movies, and animation. "
Born in Kiev, Ukraine 1982.
In 1992 relocated to Israel.
Studied four years product design in Hi-school, and four years Industrial Design at the H.I.T. Holon Institute of Technology.
In 2008 graduated with B.Design degree.
Artist Zdzislaw Beksiński is best known for his immense, obsessively detailed paintings of catastrophic landscapes, surreal humanoid figures and afflicted nudes. Born in 1929, he grew up in southern Poland, then traveled to Krakow to study architecture where he subsequently spent several miserable years working as a construction site supervisor. His work from that era is primarily photography and sculpture.
Adam Beane is quite unique sculptor. Since beginning sculpting in 2002 he is known for dynamic compositions, action poses, nuanced drapery work and his ability to capture likenesses with expressions. For the work he uses CX5, a tremendously versatile material he developed which handles like clay when warm but is hard as plastic when cool. In this collection you will find mini copies of famous people and will be surprised how unbelievable realistic they look. Many of them were made for toys companies and may be you could find beautiful works of Adam Beane in supermarkets.
Latvia-based graphic artist and illustrator Alex Konahin (previously) recently completed work on a new series of ornate insect drawings titled Little Wings. The illustrations were made using pens and india ink in his distinctive style that makes used of ornate scrolls and intricate floral designs.
This painting is graphite version of the painting Solitude by Joe Fenton.The painting was firstly created with pencil then with ink, acrylic & gouache.You can look ta the details of the painting it is amazing piece of artwork.
American artist Soo Sunny Park took over Rice Gallery, part of Rice University in Houston, Texas, with a glistening, labor intensive, abstract installation called Unwoven Light. The suspended piece is made up of 37 individual units composed of chain link fencing that is arranged into a sculptural form that’s all about light.
Since 2004 England-based Simon Beck has strapped on a pair of snowshoes and lumbered out into the the freshly fallen snow at the Les Arcs ski resort in France to trample out his distinctly geometric patterns, footprint by footprint. Each work takes the 54-year-old artist anywhere between 6 hours and two days to complete, an impressive physical feat aided from years of competitive orienteering. The orienteering also helps him in the precise mapping process which often begins on a computer before he’s able to mark landmarks in the snow that guide his precise walking patterns.
Here's cardboard art from Berni Valenta in Munich, Germany
I found Jeremy Encio‘s illustrations enchanting. This talented artist was definitely overdue for a second feature if not for his beautiful ethereal work, for his appreciation of all things awesome like Adventure Time, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Stephen Fry.
Thanks to everyone who read my last one, and keep following! I'll be trying to find the latest and most interesting art out there.
If anyone wants to see something next week or has something to sugest private message me and I'll be happy to add it to the following week's edition. Your creativity is my inspiration!