Thursday, September 30, 2010

Weebly Art

Here are some links to websites made through It's an easy way to set up a website for an online portfolio or online store.

and a 3D demo real


Cute custom things

A german run custom clothing and accessories group. Everything is original and hand painted in enamel. I love the weird designs.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010


Procrastination from ism studios on Vimeo.

This is a video with a theme around "Procrastination". It's by a design company called the DMC Initiative. It is a mix between stop motion and sped up film I believe.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010


I love the finally piece and the idea of this image
its so beautiful and pure.
light and delicate colors.
"Messing with reality."
Arndt Nikolaj


He's British!
He's an graffiti artist!
He uses a stenciling technique!
What else is there to know?


(Katie S.)
David Blackwood

Fire down on the labrador

down on the labrador: towing the nickson
etching and aquatint

Friday, September 24, 2010

3D-Street-Graffiti-Artist_Kurt Wenner & Friends...

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Nomi Chi

Canadian Traditional artist, uses acrylic, oil, and watercolor,
as well as many other mediums. She is also a tattoo artist.
I am greatly inspired by her grotesque and surreal works. She is very talented :3

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

michael turner

Michael was an American comic book artist born in Crossville, Tennessee and primarily known for his work on Witchblade, Fathom, Superman/Batman, and various covers for DC Comics and Marvel Comics. He was also the president of the entertainment company Aspen MLT. Mike was discovered at the San Diego Comic Convention [Comic-Con] in 1993 by Marc Silvestri of Top Cow Studios when he brought five pages of artwork for a portfolio review. His first work was doing background
illustrations for Top Cow titles before getting his first project, a three issue mini-series titled, “Ballistic”. He followed that up by co-creating Witchblade, which quickly elevated his status to a top-selling artist

I met the Walrus

In 1969, a 14 year old Beatles fan snuck into John Lennon's hotel room. Lennon agreed to an interview.. now- it has been animated

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

aha! finally figured this out. lol.

Heather Aston. She is a canadian artist/printmaker, lives in Vancouver,BC, Canda. I wanna moove there so bad! Wonder if she's a Cannucks fan? gross...Go Ducks! she teacher printmaking in local workshops at communities, studios, and schools. I like how she uses flowres for all her prints they are organic and very pretty. :)

magnolias with attachoke. drypoint etching
tulips in glass vessle. oil monotype.

How to draw an owl

Faces of the city

Really incredible street art

Monday, September 13, 2010

Small Things Show a BIG Picture.

I really like this Artist work because of the way He takes a bunch of smaller objects to make a much larger piece.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

siiiick japanese art work by james jean

james jean is one of my favorite japanese artists. His work is mostly inspired by fashion and thats what i like most about his work. i love his work and colors that he chooses to put in his art. it makes my eyes drawn to it and even gives me chills.

Andrzej Radka

i like his photography and the work that he does. i thought this piece was something i would do

Mike Mignola

Mike Mignola is best known for his comic book creations Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. He is considered by some to be the best designer working in comic books today. Alan Moore describes his work as a union between German Expressionism and Jack Kirby (another great comic book artist). Mignola utilizes strong graphic shapes to produce a narrative that not only carries an intriguing and entertaining story, but is beautiful to look at as well.
Mignola will use a method called blue line painting. He will print the image in non photo blue then paint using gauche. The heavy blacks are then placed on top. The first image here is done in this method.


Monday, September 6, 2010

Street Art

The sculptures are made of trash bags and taped to the vents over the subways. The train passes and the sculpture springs to life and fades back down looking like trash on the street again. The polar bear was the original concept representing global warming's effect on animals. The bear fades away when the air leaves it. Now, he does many different creatures and even an entire zoo.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Some Things are not Funny

Just a two things on the Net that I think are worth a laugh.

How to do reduction prints:

So many little flowers

I really like the mixed media this artist uses. The attention to detail is incredible. And she always makes her sculptures this detailed.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Digital Art/Photos

Brain Despain

Brian Despain is an awesome artist. Or at least that's what I think.

He is an oil painter who believes that, "No matter the piece or the end result it's the art that we do for ourselves that wholly reflects us as people."

"As an artist, and a strong believer in the words penned above I revel in interpretations of my paintings and am continually amazed at the creativity of my audience. Telephone poles become crosses, numbers take on hidden meaning, robots become angels and fish are the reincarnation of gods...

All true, all valid, yet would those interpreters feel any different should I tell them that the pole was to fill a space, 12 was just an arbitrary number, and frankly, I just happen to really like painting fish?"

(Katie S.)