The talented young woman behind these stylish and exuberant sketches is Inslee Hanes, a fashion illustrator living in New York City. I love her work and what a dream it would be to have her depict the two of us!
The paper cup is an icon of disposable culture and by imposing classical ceramic styling and playing with the material, artist Rebecca Wilson aims to highlight and question our tendency towards wasteful consumerism.
I have a huge appreciation for artists who are dedicated to reviving nearly extinct techniques, especially in this day and age. Daniel Carrillo is the one of those artists. A photographer and printmaker from Seattle, Daniel has taken over 100
Dalton Ghetti, a carpenter by trade, began creating sculptures out of pencils 25 years ago after wanting to challenge himself by carving tiny objects. He uses three basic tools – a razor blade, a sewing needle and a sculpting knife.
Earlier this year, a group of unknown bikers spilled about 500 liters of water-based environmentally-friendly paint on the asphalt of Berlin's Rosenthaler Platz.
I recently went to the Art in the Streets exhibit at the MOCA. This is the first major exhibition of graffiti and street art in an American museum.
One of artist Keira Rathbone's mediums is the use of vintage typewriters. She types out letters, numbers and symbols in place of brush strokes and pixels, creating impressive works of art. Check out how effortlessly she is able to do it here!
Photographer Brooke Shaden's images possess incredible movement in the fabric and almost resemble paintings with their sepia tones. So moody and stunning!