La Llareta (up to 3,000 years old; Atacama Desert, Chile) Spruce Gran Picea #0909 – 11A07 (9,550 years old; Fulufjället, Sweden) Welwitschia Mirabilis #0707-22411 (2,000 years old; Namib-Naukluft Desert, Namibia) Antarctic Moss #0212-7B33 (5,500 years old; Elephant Island, Antarctica) Jōmon
Street Art Utopia just posted an enormous collection of work by street artist Sam3 spanning the last few years but includes a number of pieces I'd never seen before. If you like what you see, also check out his blog and maybe pickup some stuff in his shop. (via street art utopia)
Chloe Early is an Irish born, London based artist who uses her canvases to explore the contradictions between the romantic and the gritty. Simultaneously dreamlike and unflinching, her oil paintings are a place where opposites meet, they are full of colour and space and play with abstract and collage effects in interesting ways. All images...
Standing in the dank, fume-ridden disused road tunnel in an untrendy, forgotten corner of south London, little did I realise I was witnessing the start of a new art phenomenon.It was 2008 and the Cans Festival was taking shape.
Starting with layers of Finnish birch plywood artist Ron Isaacs builds elaborately designed constructions onto which he paints, in a trompe l'oeil fashion, the delicate details of leaves sprouting from clothing or the textured surface of twigs and bark. Each piece merges t
French artist Philippe Baudelocque is known for his street murals of animals created with impermenant mediums like chalk or white oil pastels. Each animal is created with a mosaic of delicate line work in the form of organic and geometric patterns that merge to form each piece.
It is noticeable the fine art influence in Specter‘s street art. Notes from the artist’s statement: Since 1995 I have used the urban situation as a primary destination for my creative concepts through installations that merge with abandoned buildings and forgotten environments. This obsession with art in public spaces is a result of being introduced...
We paid a visit to street artist Swoon and interviewed her while she put the finishing touches on her new show at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, “Submerged Motherlands.” (The street art installation that will make you swoon: