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Paintings by Josef Kote Josef Kote is an Albanian-born (in...

Paintings by Josef Kote Josef Kote is an Albanian-born (in 1964), New York-based visual artist. The paintings of jJosef Kote are symphonies of light and color. They are lyrically stunning and  romantic, edgy and current. Kote achieves this delicate balance of seemingly contradictory  qualities through his complete mastery of technique and through years of experimenting to  find his own unique style.  With the lightness of a true master’s hand, he combines classic  academic and abstract elements, fusing these, literally letting them run into each other with  dripping rivulets of riveting colors and light: by using his signature drip effect along the  bottom. Quotes trademarks are his bold brushwork, and sweeping strokes of vibrant colors  applied - more often than not - with a pallet knife while other areas of the canvas are left  monochromatic and devoid of detail creating a negative space that lets the eye drift to  infinity. The results are paintings that tre

Wonderful Art from Stewart EdmondsonPainting outside is...

Wonderful Art from Stewart Edmondson Painting outside is definitely the place for me to be. I simply feel alive out there…up on the moor or down by the sea. The energy of the place is what sparks in me. Working outside - the painting often has to be fast and dynamic, because of the changing light and weather…but for me that is a key part of the process - allowing something that is beyond my control to come through…or to come from the place into the painting. It can be direct, like rain falling or wind moving the paint. With that unpredictability comes the magic - the alchemy of it… Like us on Facebook Join us on Twitter   Selected by Andrew

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

nonconcept : Inspiration: Summer 2016

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Seth, Street art journeys in ChinaSeth is painting children he...

Seth, Street art journeys in China Seth is painting children he meets during his trips. A principle that Seth alias Julien Malland, applied for over 10 years by putting on the walls of every continent silhouettes of his frail children and dreamers, recognizable among a thousand. Seth wants to absorb and the atmosphere of the place, its history, and especially what inspired his people in a fruitful exchange .These series of photos covers his journeys in China. The first one, “The Masks” was created with calligrapher Hong He Ping .  The last fourth is about the metamorphosis of the country. On the last image, the red sign is sadly known by the locals mark “Tear-Down” - Half the houses will be demolished within 20 years on the disposable cities of China. And next to it, the writings means (from a very well-known poem):  “The sound of thunder at night, the falling of flowers" Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art

Urban Artists: Truly Design Truly Design was born in 2003 as a...

Urban Artists : Truly Design Truly Design was born in 2003 as a graffiti crew. Curious, passionate and since always dedicated to experimentation, they derive their inspiration mostly from traditional painting, graphic design and illustration.In 2007, the group founded Truly Design Visual Communication Studio, specializing in urban art, illustration and graphic design for commercial and artistic projects, working for several brands such as Fiat Group, Martini, Samsung, Nike and EMI. Their work has been published in international editions like Logo Design (Taschen), Logology (Victionary), Tangible (Gestalten), Graffiti Writing (Mondadori), Graffiti All Stars, Fefè, WeAr Magazine, and has been showcased in collective exhibitions (Italy, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland) and solo shows (Italy, Austria, Germany) and at the 54° Biennale di Venezia. Truly Design on Twitter   Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret

Adroit Cargo e-Bike Makes Carrying Goods a Hassle-Free Experience

Adroit is a cargo e-bike designed to blend minimalism, modularity, and sustainability so as to make carrying goods a hassle-free experience. This is an experiment to reap the benefits of the advancements in the current day propulsion and manufacturing technologies by applying them to a typical Danish Long John freight cycle. The looks of the bicycle are kept intact to retain the feel and experience of riding a bicycle from the bygone era. One of the unique features of this bicycle is that, it provides the freedom of completely customizing the cargo space using cost-effective and sustainable modular elements made out of recycled plastics. This concept bike won a merit award at 20th International Bicycle design competition held in Taipei earlier this month. Designers : Vimalesh R. Mallya and Srinidhi Sreenivasan More images of Adroit Cargo Bike: Tuvie has received “Adroit Cargo Bike” project from our ‘ Submit A Design ‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their desi

Vanyard: Digital Cyber-Punk Vanyard (aka 최정호) is an exciting...

Vanyard: Digital Cyber-Punk Vanyard (aka 최정호) is an exciting young Korean new media artist & electronic composer. Originally from Busan, he now resides in Seoul experimenting with various forms of digital art (retro lowbrow cyberpunk, collage, mosaic). He’s had a few solo & group shows in Korea & is currently looking to expand his exposure. “Vanyard is a cybergoth ninja who came from the 27th century sink-city by time traveling.” More : Tumblr | Facebook | Instagram | Soundcloud Cross Connect has more digital delights on Facebook & Twitter Posted by Yellowmenace