40 fine art giclee prints of “Fallen,” artist Henrik Aa Uldalen’s surreal masterpiece, will be released on July 5th at Spoke Art’s online store. The 15” x 15” paper size…
The awesome twosome’s imaginary adventures, beautifully captured in this series of illustrations by illustrator Andrew Kolb, will be featured at Planet Pulp’s upcoming art show, RED. The show will go…
Huertas painstakingly creates his digital cubist art by first making basic wire drawings of his subjects, which he then fills with colors and later overlays with textures.
Visit his profile on Behance to see more of his art.
You can check out some images of the creative process, after the jump. (more…)
Artist and illustrator Rich Pellegrino (previously here, here and here) has released his latest print, “All Together Now,” which is inspired by the fictitious Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – the alter egos of The Beatles. Limited to an edition of 200, the 16” x 20” prints are available at the artist’s Big Cartel store.
More images after the jump.
Dripping with retro-nostalgic goodness, “LSD ABC” is a trippy tribute to the European film aesthetic of the 1970’s and ‘80s. Through 26 letters we explored different worlds and characters as…
Malaysian artist Vince Low’s series of doodle art illustrations of some of cinema’s famous leading men (and one mean mixed martial artist) is a delight to behold. Low is currently Head Illustrator at Grey, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Visit his Behance profile to see more of his works.[via Love On Other Planets]
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Mario Soria, whose works have been featured on JazJaz many, many times before, is a self-taught artistic genius from Spain. His latest pop culture paintings of Spock, Marilyn Monroe and C-3PO carry his unmistakable surrealist touch.
You can visit his site to see more of his works.
Check out more images of the paintings, after the jump.
Best viewed large. “Open Tuesdays,” contributed to the JazJaz Flickr Pool by Kate Curry, a student and photographer based in Austin, Texas.
Michigan-based artist Matt Peppler’s gorgeous illustrated posters are a celebration of life and every aspect of it. He creates his works freehand using sharpie markers, which he then color edits and works on in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, infusing them with dynamism and energy. Peppler says that his works include lot of pop culture references and his own personal artistic viewpoints.
After graduating high school in the year 2000, Peppler was studying for a business degree before he was drawn to his true calling. Building upon the foundations of his innate talent, he graduated in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the Kendall College of Art of Design. He considers Frank Miller, Andy Warhol and Shephard Fairey to be among his influences.
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Dot Portrait (Phoebe), 2013 Dot Portrait (Elene), 2013 Dot Portrait (Annie), 2013 Pointillism, the technique of creating art with dots has been around for centuries. Once derided as a lesser…