Paintings and illustrations of the month
The most significant works of the artists in the past month.
Every day in the world there are hundreds of pictures of artists and illustrators. And among the many garbage called "modern art", at the very bottom, there are diamonds - a truly masterpiece work of talented writers.
In this review the most interesting paintings and designs that are, so that you look at them.
Surrealism Christian Sklo
The artist Christian Sklo presented his new work, a stylized ancient paintings. Worlds born of the will of the Christian - a parallel reality, a look which will be interesting to every dreamer and lover of puzzles. They act only law - boundless imagination of the author.
The magical world of the paintings of Amy Sol
American artist Amy Sol opened his personal exhibition in which she presented the new picture. The main source of inspiration for Amy - an American folklore, from which it derives most unbelievable images. For its special modern vision of ancient tales it already became known as "the Sorceress of the XXI century".
Tristan and Isolde: Russian version of
Famous artist sister Balbyusso provided illustrations for the legendary tales of chivalry "Tristan and Isolde".
Authors not the first illustrated books and has won many prestigious awards. Among the works there, and pictures to Eugene Onegin.
Parallel Universe John Foster
John Foster - illustrator from Rhode Island, New York, can be considered one of the best concept artists working today. He has many followers among fans of science fiction. Known lecturer, the famous illustrator, winner of many top awards, including two silvers and a gold medal from the prestigious fiction contest for the best artists of Spectrum modern fantastic illustration.
3D-illustrations for children's books
Russian Nikolay bibliologist Rubakin believed that "there is a good library book reflection of the universe." Plunging into the atmosphere of the book, the reader begins to live in a dream world, imagining all that is created by the imagination of the author. But the artist Kelly Campbell Berry not only enjoys an imaginary world, but also embodies it on paper, creating a 3D-illustration of your favorite works.
The natural harmony of
Italian illustrator Tony Demyuro added to his collection of "trees" with new works. In them, he continued to develop the idea of unity and harmony between man and the natural world, giving the viewer a great food for thought.
Portraits Andreas Preis
German illustrator Andreas Preuss published new works, among which there were also portraits of people. Using a set of pencils, markers and brushes, he created characters with expressive faces, filling each of the images of their special character and mood.
The carbon black and gold
Japanese artist Ikenaga Yasunari - a big fan of feminine beauty. To create beautiful portraits of women he uses not the usual materials, such as carbon black and gold, which then imposes on the linen cloth.
Tran Nguyen artist especially for the exhibition in the gallery of Seattle has introduced its new series of works called "Time, purchased from our past." On his paintings in the genre of Surrealism she portrayed the sad and melancholic women with unhappy expression. Sad picture, which creates Tran, reflect her interest in art as a means of psychological help.
The human atlas
Spanish artist Fernando Vicente loves to draw on old maps. In his project "The Atlas", he created images of people and animals, putting them on entire countries and even continents. If these cards are included as a supplement to textbooks, the geography of the study would be many times more interesting.
Images carpets Bic pen
Crazy on their project idea submitted Parisian art director Jonathan Bréchignac that Bic pen drew a real copy of a small carpet. The dimensions of the resulting webs totaled 115 at 75 centimeters. One can only imagine what a titanic work and effort cost him the job.
The paintings in the "Paint"
American artist Hal Lasko continued to work on his paintings, which he paints in MS Paint Editor. Before the age of 97 years old, my grandfather almost completely lost his sight, but even this serious illness did not prevent him to realize his talent using the most simple editing software in the world.
A collage of puzzles
German artist Gerhard Mayer went through more than a thousand puzzles to create your own collection of original paintings. His works are distinguished layering, which makes them almost sculptural works.
The artist Agnes Cecile to create their portraits using black paint, which she carefully puts on a huge canvas paper. Making thin smears, it is gradually emerging features, and leaves only the portrait drop. After the main part is ready, she takes out the charcoal and gently begins to spread it to create shadows and emphasis.
The legendary paintings in a new way
The Cuban-American artist Cesar Santos reproduced the painting classics in a new way. And he did this not as yet another vulgar fotoshoper, but as a person who really loves art. His series of paintings called "syncretism" Cesar has devoted great artists of the Renaissance and modernism. Collection joined the work of Vermeer, Picasso, Pollock and Leonardo da Vinci.
New portraits of Andre Salgado
Artist André Salgado especially for the exhibition in Le Petite Mort Gallery presented his new portraits. Large brush strokes, bright colors, expressive faces - all these features of the French artist.
The work of Croatian author Paolo Tserika - direct evidence that the path of the artist at everyone, and to find it, we must try to do something different, hitherto no one found. Using only one spiral line and skillfully changing its thickness, he was able to achieve stunning picture of expression, which is very much like a fingerprint.
Portraits of coffee on a hundred paper
Coffee not only gives energy boost in the morning, but also can be an excellent material for creative work. So, the artist Michael Aaron Williams uses coffee to create their works. He paints them on the pages of old account books of the 1920s and 30s. Michael has created a series of beautiful portraits. Weathering paper adds pleasant coffee brown, amber and copper shades. Furthermore, coffee is much cheaper paints and thus smell delightful, inspiring the artist to new masterpieces.