I’ve written before about how the collage, once banished to kindergarten art class, made a comeback as a serious (if ironic) art form in the 2000s. I argued that this was primarily driven by technology, […]
“But what does it mean?” Of course you know that’s what my folks said. But they listened. They’re always good like that. Some of you will recognize the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which I’ve had […]
Brilliant new work by “Breath Art,” previously featured here.
UK artist and illustrator Fred Gambino makes classic sci-fi art, but with modern tools and sensibilities. His images of space travel, alien worlds, asteroid mining, and wars between interstellar empires have been used on book […]
Portrait of Countess Y. P. Samoilova and Her Ward Amacilia Pacini Leaving a Ball. Karl Pavlovich Brulloff (circa 1842)
Born in Singapore, Errol Le Cain (1941-1989) spent his early childhood in India until he moved to the U.K. by himself at the age of 17 to study animation. Settled in the U.K. until his […]
The Korean artist is blowing up the pop art galleries with her eye-popping ladies painted in daring color on multiple layers of traditional Korean paper.
I’ve used the art of David Seidman for so many posts that I’m surprised he hasn’t sued me yet. 🙂 His wonderful occult and dark fantasy art is just about perfect for my forthcoming paranormal […]
from right to left: Hunger, Plague, Death, and War art by Stepan Alekseev
Tadanori Yokoo, born in Nishiwaki, Japan, in 1936, is one of Japan’s most successful and internationally recognized graphic designers and artists. He began his career as a stage designer for avant garde theatre in Tokyo. […]