I wanted to ask you to stay. Just a little while longer. I was rushing, a storm of change, trying to become the person I was bound to. Playing catch up, fast forwarding time, trying to play out the future you’d miss. It was too soon, too fast, we couldn’t get to our feet. You’d...
The art of Martine Johanna stands in the place where illustration and contemporary figurative painting meet. It's a kind of art that explores the female inner world, with all its insanities and ideals, a place kept hidden from the patriarchal standards.
Aya Kato is a 25 year old artist from Japan whose love for life and nature transcends into these whimsical art pieces. Inspired by the Manga culture, with a touch of Art Nouveau, Aya's works tell a story about love and passion in an uncanny, dark sort of way,
These psychedelic illustrations are the work of Michigan based artist Pat Perry. His art is profoundly inspired by the artist's everyday life, people and places, experiences and encounters that he meets in his travels. Enjoy!
"My name is Boey and I draw on cups." This is how Malaysian artist Cheeming Boey modestly presents himself. But it takes only a quick look to see that his art is not all that. The US-based artist is an illustrator, animator, blogger and author, who developed his
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1977, Fernando Hereñú, aka Pulpo is a latin american artist long recognized for his complex composition and surrealistic style. His dark style draws its inspiration from earlier generations of cartoon artists, 1970's comicbook
Fuzzy animals, eerie plants, fairytale-like houses, surreal and gloomy scenery. These are all part of Alexander Jansson's digitally painted world. Colorful and dreamy, bleakly and mysterious, his illustrations invite the viewer to explore a world of feelings and
Amsterdam based artist Danny van Ryswyk creates these dark and surreal artworks, where the traditional 19 century photography and computer manipulation are mixed together in an out-worldly sense of obscure absurdity.
Starting March 31, Dutch graphic artist Parra will have his first exhibition in an U.S. Museum, taking over SFMOMA's second-floor landing with an impressive mural that showcases his post-Pop design style.