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XuperMask – Smart Face Mask Combines Face Technology with Audio Engineering

Illustrations by Saryth

Illustrations by  Saryth

Street artist: Allison Torneros aka Hueman Hueman is an Oakland...

Street artist: Allison Torneros aka Hueman Hueman is an Oakland based artist painter, designer and street artist. As a creature of habit, my art is where I find my spontaneity. I take a reactive approach to the creative process by allowing the medium to do the ‘talking’: I splatter paint around aimlessly, then later paint the images I see in the random composition, as if viewing a Rorschach inkblot test.  My work is heavily driven by emotion, the things I’ve read, heard, or experience, and what it means to be human. I am constantly on a search to find a happy medium: between the beautiful and grotesque, the abstract and the figurative, and that golden moment between sleep and wake. Hueman elaborates on the ethereal aspects of her work with her latest exhibit “Just One Moment”, which debuted October 10, 2015 at Mirus Gallery in San Francisco. Follow her also on  @Tumblr    via  & via Spice up your timeline by following us on Facebook ! posted by Margare

String Art Theory - Installation Art by Gabriel DaweGabriel Dawe...

String Art Theory - Installation Art by Gabriel Dawe Gabriel Dawe is a Mexican born artist whose unique site specific art highlights the architecture that it is tied into.  His rainbows of delicate strings are perfectly fitted into white gallery spaces and glorious Villas full of gilt and high art on high ceilings.   In an interview on ArtSlant Gabriel Dawe explains spoke about his creations: The Plexus series is an ongoing series of installations that explore on the implications of thread and fibers as loaded materials implicating the complicated construction of gender and identity not only in my native Mexico, but throughout the western world. These installations are related as well to the human need for shelter and man’s ultimate vulnerability. One thing fashion and architecture have in common is their function of protecting the individual. By taking the main component of clothing—sewing thread—and generating an architectural structure with it, scale and mat

Illustrations by Katrina Lin

Illustrations by Katrina Lin

Illustrations by Siena Summers

Illustrations by Siena Summers

Illustrations by Siena Summers

Illustrations by Siena Summers

The New Third Series of Moire Pattern Animals from Andrea...

The New Third Series of Moire Pattern Animals from Andrea Minini Top seven images are the new series of Moire Animals from Andrea Minini  ( Facebook ) In them he only uses two lines, that are repeatedly scaled or rotated. Thanks Colossal Join the amazing Art on Facebook        Posted by Andrew

Dreamy Paintings by Kevin Gray Kevin Gray was born in 1982 in...

Dreamy Paintings by Kevin Gray Kevin Gray was born in 1982 in Germany and is a graduate of  the Weissensee School of Art Berlin, where he studied with the internationally acclaimed artist Katharina Grosse. Working with both oil and spray paint, Kevin’s works often possess an unidentifiable light-source.  He depicts neglected scenes of nature and abandoned architectural structures; poppies, bridges, stairs, and islands are all recurring motifs in his paintings. Despite the lingering mist that seems to permeate his compositions, there is nonetheless a luminous quality to his color palette. Kevin has exhibited extensively in Berlin, and is exhibiting his work for the first time in China in 2014. For more check out artist website. Discover more of these gems on our Facebook . posted by Margaret