Nice fine art illustrations by French artist “Istraille”. Beside those great cafe racer drawings you’ll find more of his great work under – http://www.istraille.com/
For any purchase of his work or the above shown artworks, CLICK HERE!
Powered-By-Passion becomes a much bigger meaning by following cave digging artist Ra Paulette into his world. This man spend the last 25 years shaping different caves in absolut perfection – just for the peacefulness and his personal passion. After becoming seen as an artist, he started to take client projects for 12 $ an hour. He does not want to do it for the money. The reward for his work is not in money, he finds his passion and happiness in carving those caves. Amazing work he did with just one purpose in his mind – be happy with what he does.
Alberto Seveso is an italian artist currently based in Rome. He is using a layering technique on photos of people and faces in a very recognizable and original artistic style. The photos are his medium and become an important part of the whole artwork. Swirly patterns are definitely his thing. They add an elegant and sometimes sexy flair to his subjects. He’s constantly playing with the idea of what to show and what to hide which adds some kind of mystery to each piece. I find his work definitely artistic and suitable for advertising and magazine covers.
To see more of his beautiful work go to http://www.burdu976.com/
This young Belgian artist uses a wonderful and sophisticated blend of illustration and photography.Her work – often abstract of the female form – captures the eye and imagination. Influences of fashion and couture flow throught her wonderful pieces.
Geraldine recently held her first very successful solo show in Brussels as well as her work recently being printed in a number of leading design & style magazines. She was also recently spotlighted in the New York Post.
No rules, no borders. I played around with some photos of a weekend trip we did and they turned out as some nice freestyle artwork. I think is worth and good enough to share and at least something for the family album.
Bansky is the artist who just keeps on giving. You’ve got to love this guy.
The Cans Festival was set up to be, essentially, an anti-Cannes, stencil-only, street art festival that is collaborative, free, and open to anyone to participate. The festival took place in London on the weekend from May 3-5, 2008. The graffiti impresario Banksy and a host of airbrush-wielding guerrilla artists blanketed the walls of a disused south London tunnel with offbeat murals as part of a three-day stencil-art street party.
Here is a video about some of the shown works.