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Paper cuts by Eiko Ojala, a renowned illustrator and graphic... crss

Paintings by Ryoko TajiriRyoko Tajiri, born and raised in Japan,...

Paintings by Ryoko Tajiri Ryoko Tajiri, born and raised in Japan, studied graphic design at Tama Art University in Tokyo, where she became intensely focused on studio art painting. Inspired by the Bay Area Figurative Movement, Tajiri moved to San Francisco and entered the Academy of Art University, and eventually receiving her MFA. Tajiri’s primarily figurative work is both representative and abstract. One can easily recognize the figure or object, yet irregular geometric patterns and shapes dominate. Brightly colored backgrounds, rectangular planes, and strong contrasts evoke cubist fragmentation and a sense of depth. Her blog  and Instagram . Meet us on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram posted by Margaret

Hello! My name is Asya Lisina and I am an illustrator. I...

Hello! My name is Asya Lisina and I am an illustrator.  I graduated from the Moscow Academic Art Lyceum of the Russian Academy of Arts (MAHL RAH),which is a leading institution of my profile in Russia and Russian State Institute of Cinematography (VGIK),recognized as the best cinematic institution of higher education in Russia.  I live in a little village in Russian woods with two dogs, a cat and a spiny mouse.I like food, pigs, silly jokes and watercolor, but I’m able to work in different techniques.I work quickly and efficiently, I’ve never heard about “lack of inspiration”,I am able to solve different problems, to work on each project with love and interest.Also I am a co-founder of a small studio named DeerFoxBureau and my works are represented on the website of the best design agency in Russia Art. Lebedev Studio| Instagram Asya is on tumblr Thank you for your great submission Asya     Submit here

Installation Art by Daniel ArshamDaniel Arsham’s work is...

Installation Art by Daniel Arsham Daniel Arsham’s work is visceral and  yet minimal. All in white it breaks through and comes through walls. Ghostly sculptures push through walls, while the person shaped holes hint at ghosts that broke through. In an interview for The Creator’s Project Daniel speaks about the nature of his exhibit The Future Was Then : This work for me is not about progress. It is about destruction and growth and where they are able to meet in the middle. This exhibit is current at Savannah College of Art and Design’s (SCAD) Pamela Elaine Poetter Gallery in Savannah, Georgia until July 24, 2016. See our previous post on Daniel Arsham’s work. More breakthrough art can come straight to you - follow our twitter feed . Posted by Lisa .

sachinteng: “Aliens: Defiance #1″ Variant Cover for Dark Horse...

sachinteng : “Aliens: Defiance #1″ Variant Cover for Dark Horse Comics It’s the 30th Anniversary of Aliens this year and I’ve been lucky enough to work on a lot of the franchises art over at Dark Horse this year. This one is a cover for Aliens: Defiance, following the story of Colonial Marine Private First Class Zula Hendricks, who goes AWOL to protect Earth from an unknown alien species that’s been discovered on on a derelict hauler. You can check out more in the announcement article on Screen Rant!

really-shit: Windows that turn into balconies with a...

really-shit : Windows that turn into balconies with a click Bloomframe, the innovative window that morphs magically into a balcony at the touch of a button, is no longer a prototype. This revolutionary and multi-award-winning design is now in production and coming to an urban landscape near you. The first models are destined for an apartment building in Amsterdam. The product’s creators, Amsterdam-based architecture firm HofmanDujardin explain the Bloomframe window will soon become a familiar element of the modern cityscape as more architects, developers and builders realize its considerable functional and aesthetic benefits. H/T for more subscribe to our blog

Alien Bonsaïs Extra-Terrestrial Tree Species by Chaotic...

Alien Bonsaïs Extra-Terrestrial Tree Species by Chaotic Atmospheres Last year, I had the opportunity to test the new software from E-On, Plant Factory. Meanwhile, I discovered the software from Allegorithmic, Substance Designer. Initially, I wanted to use Substance Designer to texture the trees, but Plant Factory exports “tiled” textures, which were not managed at the time by Substance Designer (but they are now). So I had the idea of ​​making bonsai trees : it allowed me to create plinths that I could texture with Substance Designer, while allowing me to create trees with more extreme forms. So I created the plinths on 4D cinema (some shapes are taken directly from my other projects). I then imported the plinths on Plant Factory to create the bonsais directly on them. I exported the composition on Substance Designer for texturing and composed everything on Cinema 4D for the final rendering. The Photoshop part was very limited on this project : I just tweaked the c

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Paintings by Carl BeazleyCarl Beazley (b. 1988,Reading, UK) is...

Paintings by Carl Beazley Carl Beazley  (b. 1988,Reading, UK) is a contemporary artist focusing on experimental portraiture. Completely self taught, he began by painting in the corner of his kitchen in 2012. In the summer of 2013 he converted his garage into a studio and has since exhibited work at the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts, London after being shortlisted for BBC One’s Summer Arts Competition (2014). He was also recently crowned the winner of Reading Arts Week (2014). Carl is currently busy experimenting  in his garage studio and hopes to exhibit more of his work in the very near future.  Follow artist on Facebook and Twitter . Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret