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

really-shit: Blast Off | Dániel Taylor

really-shit : Blast Off  | Dániel Taylor

London-based illustrator Paul X. JohnsonAre you on Twitter?...

London-based illustrator  Paul X. Johnson Are you on Twitter? Follow us now !

Best of National GeographicFavorites picked by National...

Best of National Geographic Favorites picked by National Geographic’s editors from user submissions. # P H O T O G R A P H Y

Contemporary Art from John WentzJohn Wentz is a contemporary...

Contemporary Art from John Wentz John Wentz is a contemporary painter from Alameda, CA.His work teases figures out of colors and shapes. He seems to working on our isolation in society in some of his work. You can see more of his work on Instagram .   Keep up with contemporary up on our Twitter Feed . Posted by Lisa .

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

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Peter Bynum: Illuminated Paintings on Glass Using acrylic, the...

Peter Bynum: Illuminated Paintings on Glass Using acrylic, the artist paints on sheets of tempered glass and layers them together to create the final image. Experimentation led him to the discovery that transformed his work. “One day I held a glass painting up to the light and saw that when the light suffused the paint it illuminated something hidden, ” he says.  Bynum says that, as an idea, painting on glass tends to raise an inherent bias in the “crafty” vein, despite seeing that “glass makes sense for painting, as it breaks away from the tradition of light hitting painting on an opaque surface. Light has always been depicted in painting but never used as an element in the painting itself.  By having a life behind the paint you double the amount of light available to the painting.  So light almost lets you see inside the paint - it illuminates.”  Peter Bynum lives and works in New York. Our blog is on many platforms - keep up with us on FB and Twitter . pos

really-shit: Blast Off | Dániel Taylor

really-shit : Blast Off  | Dániel Taylor

really-shit: Blast Off

really-shit : Blast Off

Optic fiber Art by Astrid KroghAstrid Krogh works mainly with...

Optic fiber Art by Astrid Krogh Optic fiber Art by Astrid Krogh Optic fiber Art by Astrid Krogh Optic fiber Art by Astrid Krogh Optic fiber Art by Astrid Krogh Optic fiber Art by Astrid Krogh Optic fiber Art by Astrid Krogh Optic fiber Art by Astrid Krogh Optic fiber Art by Astrid Krogh Astrid Krogh works mainly with textile and light in an intriguing interplay with patterns, ornamentation and textile craftsmanship. Usually, she works on a large scale that gives the patterns and the light a physical presence. She strives to challenge and apply new materials and technologies in her field, and her works usually contain an element of change or subtle surprise. Natural phenomena, light and the inherent change in all living things over time are recurring features in her work.  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art