"Batman has retired" (Detroit)
“Negative For Herpes” (Las Vegas)
These deliciously-satirical pieces of street art were created by Crummy Gummy, a photographer and street artist based in Orlando, Florida. The artist photographed some of his favorite toys and characters from his childhood, and blew them up into large posters which he then strategically placed in the streets of various cities in America.
Click here to see more images from the series.
Artist Crystal Wagner’s describes her latest art installation as a conduit or space between the artificial environment created by our everyday experiences with man-made materials and technology, and the exotic landscapes on the surface of planet earth.Wagner’s gorgeous piece, currently on display at the Makery Gallery, Hilo Hawaii, has a lush organic quality, which makes it seem like a life form has taken root and is growing over the walls of the place.
The artist is well known for her use of paper and other office supplies to create her artworks, and this work is no different. Here, ordinary colored paper and birthday party table cloth are used to great effect to create this inter-dimensional wonderland.
You can check out more images after the jump.
For a few days now, artist Rich Pellegrino has been posting updates about his superhero-inspired portrait paintings on his very interesting Tumblr. You can now buy these original 4” x 4” beauties at his online store.
Oh, and you can get 15% off until July 6th when you spend $50 at the store!
Joerg Mandernach’s (previously here and here) latest anamorphic tape art sculpture is his brilliant contribution to the "Donaugalerie 2014" sculpture project exhibit. The installation will be on display in the old baggage room in the railway station of the town of Tuttlingen, Germany.
The show will have its opening night on July 6 and run till October 19, 2014.
You can watch a short video of the optical illusion through which the sculpture comes into being.
Montreal-based artist, Jonathan Bergeron’s surreal Boba Fett themed piece is a great coming together of the artist’s three main influences; graffiti, punk rock and skateboarding.
Only a few more 16” x 20” fine art giclee prints of the awesome painting are available at The People’s Print Shop. Go get them before they are completely sold out.
Adam Lister, an artist based in Beacon, NY, makes geometric 8-bit inspired versions based off classic paintings and iconic images from pop culture.
Lister recently released limited edition prints of 40 new paintings. The giclee prints, priced at $40 each, are made with archival inks and will come signed, numbered and dated by the artist.
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Inspired by the original artworks of H.R. Giger, art collective EndoftheLine’s Jim Vision & Dr Zadok created this huge mural on Redchurch Street in Shoreditch, London. The dystopian/fantasy piece is a great coming together of the signature styles of the two artists.
Over on her blog, Sandra Reichl, an Austrian art director/ illustrator, posts an endearing portrait of one of her many fellow Viennese inhabitants every day (or at least she tries to anyway).
Reichl draws these faces with a sense of fondness and warmth that one would normally reserve for close friends or loved ones. The illustrations are accompanied by a humorous fact about the person behind the face, which makes them even more endearing. Living in a city of 1.7 million beautiful people, would, in all probability mean that she will never run out of interesting faces to chose from for her art project.
Visit her A-Face-A-Day project to see more illustrations.
Check out few select illustrations for your viewing pleasure, after the jump.
BLACK LAJUNE = the Gill-man from The Creature from the Black Lagoon + June]
[ MAYLIEN = the xenomorph from Alien + May ]
The collection of 12 giclée prints features some of my favorite fiends like Gill-man from Creature from the Black Lagoon, Klaus Kinski’s Dracula from Nosferatu the Vampyre, and Zuul from Ghostbusters.
There are six options for the sets (which include both collectible calendars and “calendarless” calendars, which are just prints) ranging from $30 to $160, and individual prints range from $5 to $21.
The artist promises that if you order the calendar and prints at her Etsy store before 3rd December, she will make sure that your stuff will be shipped to you by the 13th.
Visit her website to see more of her weird and wonderful illustrations.
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