Looks like a scene from a fairy tale world. Ineteresni Kazki’s new drawing and painting is entitled “In forest wilds”. Take a look here to check out more details of his impressive work.
It’s so fucking adorable! This is a new work by artist Dulk. The cat’s face expression is hilarious!
You can find more works by Dulk at http://thedulk.blogspot.de/.
Here comes the colorful mural by the Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra. It was inspired by the famous photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt (1945). You will find and admire it in Chelsea, NYC. More pictures and information about Kobra here.
New literal work by Mr. Penfold:
Picture by Mr. Penfold.
The current show at Pretty Portal present works from Pascal Schwendener, student of scottish painter Peter Doig at the Art Academy Düsseldorf. Pascal Schwendener made a complex installation with his paintings, some objects and readymades and videos that he projected on some of his pictures.
Here are some pics:
Jonatan Rivera aka JADE is an upcoming urban artist from Lima/ Peru.
In his paintings he reflects his perception of daily life mixed with Andean roots and the development of modern graphic style.
A few days ago Artwhino announced a Pixel Pancho Live Mural Painting at DC Brau Brewery.
Saturday, November 12th, from 12-6pm
Location: DC Brau Brewary 3178-B Bladensburg Rd. NE
Washington D.C. 20018
About Pixel Pancho:
Pixel Pancho was born in Turin in 1984. As a child he found interest in color and form, thanks to his grandfather, an occasional painter. Pixel always has had a passion for art and design and knew that this would be part of his life since the beginning. In 2003, he inscribed at Albertina Academy of Fine Arts School in Turin, after two years he transferred to the Academy of Fine Arts in Valencia where he is to obtain his degree this year. His years in the School of Fine Arts has led him to the world of design, graphics, and above all the graffiti and street-art scene. Pixels studies and his determination for experimenting with with different mediums opposed to the classic formula of the academy made him stand out from the others, as he followed his passion for using spray cans and marker and working on out door surfaces opposed to the classic paper and canvas. Traveling between his hometown of Torino and Valencia Pixel Pancho took every occasion to be noticed on the streets, using different mediums such as tiles, wall painting, sticker/poster art, etc. Like every artist Pixel Pancho has been influenced by many different artists of the past and the present, such as the historic painter Joaquin Sorolla, the surrealist Salvador Dali, the political painter group El Equipo Cronica to the more modern Ron English, San and Takashi Murakami. Traveling to countries such as Paris, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Vienna and many others for graffiti jams and expositions in galleries has made it possible for Pixel Pancho’s style to evolve from the simple Robot character to the more complex compositions that we can see in his work today. Pixel Pancho moved back to Turin in 2010 and has opened his first painting studio where he produces his art works. There is alot to be expected from this young and motivated artist, the work of Pixel Pancho has just begun… (source: Artwhino)
More from Pixel Pancho:
Remed : Kneeling man
Installation at Pretty Portal Gallery