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The Art of Ed Org, a British illustrator best known for his... crss

SakimiChan: Feminine Fantasy SakimiChan is an incredibly...

SakimiChan: Feminine Fantasy SakimiChan is an incredibly prolific independent digital artist living in Toronto, Canada. These are some of Sakimi’s original fantasy inspired digital paintings. Instead of showing at galleries or designing for companies, she attends conventions, offers tutorials, sells prints online & offers special content packs to her Patreon patrons. |   Previous Post More Sakimi:   Facebook | Twitter | Store ● You can support Sakimichan via Patreon More colorful bliss on Cross Connect’s Facebook Posted by Yellowmenace

crossconnectmag: Acrylic Cube Art by Andrew Myers In Andrew...

crossconnectmag : Acrylic Cube Art by Andrew Myers In Andrew Myers’ attempt to push the boundaries of art and get out of his comfort zone, he has created a new form of art that he calls “cube art”.  The concept was to take thousands of pixels and create a three dimensional sculpture by combining them at different heights and depths.  The end result is a stunning, hanging sculpture that when viewed up close shows no promise of being any specific image.  However, as you step back, the cubes start aligning to create the intended image with stunning clarity. With over 1200 cubes and 800 yards of stainless steel wire, the arduous task takes months to complete.  Each cube is hand painted on the back with a different color that is mixed in our studio.  Andrew believes that this new art form has no boundaries as far as size and complexity are concerned, and we look forward to the future of cube art. Browse Cross Connect Mag | Posted by Chaz

Daniel Heckscher’s Stochkolm ApartmentIn the summer of 2014,...

Daniel Heckscher’s Stochkolm Apartment In the summer of 2014, Daniel Heckscher began renovating what was essentially a white box, taking an inventive, playful approach, including some input from his six-year-old son, Otis, and four-year-old daughter, India. “This project was like a workshop where I could try out ideas and materials.” In a way, that open, improvisational quality reflects Heckscher’s path as a designer. He didn’t fall into the profession immediately. With a background in economics, there was a time he thought he’d “end up like a Wall Street guy, doing finance. But I stayed clear of that, which in the end, turned out to be a wise choice.” It wasn’t until he was close to 30 that he started studying interior and spatial design formally… With this space, Heckscher changed what he could while making other constraints work for him. The apartment is in a “quite ugly building from 1988,” he says. “It has this pinkish-orange façade that was very common at the time in Sw

New Paintings on Show at Art Stage Singapore from Nunzio PaciMy...

New Paintings on Show at  Art Stage Singapore from Nunzio Paci My name is Nunzio Paci and I am an Italy-based visual artist (b. 1977) working in painting and drawing. I have developed a practice which is concerned with scientific and environmental issues, with particular emphasis on anatomy and the man-nature relationship. I am writing to share with you and your readers a preview of my new series of works that will be on display from 21st to 24th January at Art Stage Singapore, with gallery Officine dell'Immagine. These five paintings, never exhibited before, belong to a cycle devoted to the Baroque masters. It would be great if you could spread the word on Cross Connect! Thanks for your time and I look forward to hearing from you. All my best, Nunzio www.nunziopaci.it http://ift.tt/1hbCWvg http://ift.tt/1Jj5oIL http://ift.tt/1lwZZ5c Thank you for your submission !

Hikari Shimoda: Recycling Humanity Hikari Shimoda (下田ひかり) is a...

Hikari Shimoda: Recycling Humanity Hikari Shimoda (下田ひかり) is a contemporary Japanese painter based in Nagano, Japan. She first studied illustration at the prestigious Kyoto Saga University of Art & Aoyama Juku School before beginning her career as an artist in 2008. She credits the Japanese pop culture she grew up with as the main source of inspiration of her Lowbrow “Irasuto” style. Recycling Humanity is her latest solo show presented at the Corey Helford Gallery Jan 16 - Feb 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, CA. More Hikari: Tumblr | Facebook | EyesOnWalls Prints via: Corey Helford Gallery - 30 Limited Edition Prints available Cross Connect is soaring & chirping on Twitter Posted by Yellowmenace

allure: Giving new meaning to pearly whites.

allure : Giving new meaning to pearly whites.

nonconcept: The Infinite Bridge, located on the picturesque...

nonconcept : The Infinite Bridge, located on the picturesque coastal landscape of Aarhus, Denmark by Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter .

Acrylic Cube Art by Andrew MyersIn Andrew Myers’ attempt to push...

Acrylic Cube Art by Andrew Myers In Andrew Myers’ attempt to push the boundaries of art and get out of his comfort zone, he has created a new form of art that he calls “cube art”.  The concept was to take thousands of pixels and create a three dimensional sculpture by combining them at different heights and depths.  The end result is a stunning, hanging sculpture that when viewed up close shows no promise of being any specific image.  However, as you step back, the cubes start aligning to create the intended image with stunning clarity. With over 1200 cubes and 800 yards of stainless steel wire, the arduous task takes months to complete.  Each cube is hand painted on the back with a different color that is mixed in our studio.  Andrew believes that this new art form has no boundaries as far as size and complexity are concerned, and we look forward to the future of cube art. Browse Cross Connect Mag | Posted by Chaz

Min Liu: Bloody Dairy Min Liu is a Taiwanese motion graphics...

Min Liu: Bloody Dairy Min Liu is a Taiwanese motion graphics designer and animator, who earned her BA in 2010 from National Taiwan University in Taipei and her MFA in Computer Art with a concentration in 2D animation and motion graphics from the School of Visual Arts, NYC in 2013. She currently based in Brooklyn, NYC. Bloody Diary is a Min Liu daily animation project: One animation - one day. Her inspiration comes from everything, moment, fantasy, the cat she encounters. Please follow @bloodydairy or #The100DayProject on Instagram for more. Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by Margaret