A gallery of vintage German illustrations.
Die IE, die!
Behance user Katerina Orlikova makes her gorgeous kaleidoscopes using various typefaces.
Visit her gallery to see more pictures.
I just fell in love with these retro-styled ‘robot’ lamps created by +Brauer, a sculptor and painter from France. He creates his lovely pieces using discarded industrial materials, in effect, breathing new life into them.
“In our modern world, where objects often have a single life, I aim at inventing a new existence for them by diverting them from their initial function. I particularly like the robust appearance of used steel and industrial materials. When I put them together, they start a new life as unique pieces of art, in which each component can tell its own story.”
More pics after the jump.
Visualizer Magazine is calling for artists and photographers to contribute artworks and photographs for their upcoming issue. The ezine will be released in both English as well as Turkish, at the end of the month of March, 2010.
Visualizer Magazine which has a fresh new beginning with a promo issue on Jan 1, 2010 has already had great audience from all over the world.
You will be able to find amazing artworks from very talented designers in our promo issue that has a theme “Beginning of the End”.
Now we are offering you an opportunity to be a part of our first issue. Our magazine will be both in English and Turkish, we are still working on our first issue with a great excitement.
How will you be a part of Visualizer Magazine’ first issue?
– Photography, Graphic Design, Illustrations, Traditional Art and all other art related projects of yours can be shown in Visualizer Magazine.
– Deadline is March 10, 2010
– All following details should be taken care of;
* SIZES: 483×672 px (Portrait), 966×672 px (Landscape)
* FORMAT: Jpg
* CV: Name/Surname, Email address, Web page
* SUBMIT TO: [email protected]
* DEADLINE: March 10, 2010
You can download the promo issue here.
Folks, this is a great opportunity for you to share your artworks/photographs with the entire world. Don’t be shy. Give it a shot.
Some of the colorful, mesmerising creations of Norm Magnusson, a New York based artist. Magnusson paints and transforms organic and inorganic objects found in nature into pieces of art.
Snip from the artist’s site:
We use nature how we see fit: we strive to bring order to it, we seek to explain it in a language that doesn’t belong to it, we try to make it prettier, we try to make it better, we try to make it more profitable. Some efforts succeed, some don’t.
Marc Sijan’s Superrealistic sculptures are “homages to humanity’s fascination with its own forms — a fascination which has compelled artists throughout the millennia to mirror life in virtually every medium.” Sijan’s figures are incredibly lifelike, sensuous and graceful. In fact, they are so lifelike, they seem always on the verge of movement, a mere instant away from action. The pores in the skin, the tiny hairs, and veins; even the bald spots, the blemishes, the individual shapes of the faces that make human beings so similar, yet so unique: These are the essence of what makes Marc Sijan’s work so arresting.
More images from the exhibit.
Theresa Kasun, an MFA graduate of the New York Academy of Art, is the artist behind these gorgeously-lush, still-life images. Her paintings invoke the memories of a long bygone era, but with a contemporary twist.
Every second, every day.