2010 FIFA World Cup : Official Art Poster Edition

May 14, 2010

Artists in this 17 work portfolio include South Africans William Kentridge , Marlene Dumas and Kay Hassan.

Limited Edition of 2010 high-quality inkjet prints of each of the 17 works on Watercolor Radiant White Art Paper, approx. 67 x 97cm (39 x 27.5“).

Each print comes with a 2010 FIFA World Cup South AfricaTM Certificate of Authenticity, numbered from 1/2010 to 2010/2010, signed by the artist (replica), with FIFA Hologram. If you’re interested in one these posters, then go here and buy one or a few.  Ridiculous that they have to be ordered  and shipped in from Germany if you ask me.

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Catrina Dulay : In A Perfect World

May 10, 2010

Imagine if we could all live a simpler life? Imagine if everything worked and happened the way you wanted it to? This is the subject of a collection of illustrations by  Catrina Dulay. Imagine a perfect world.

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Minimalist Superheroes

May 6, 2010

Because of the recent hype surrounding the release of Iron Man 2, these minimalist superhero posters have been provided by SCREENRANT to supplement ones craving for superhero stuff!!  You should have no problem identifying each and every comic-book icon represented.

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Julia Randall

May 4, 2010

Colored pencil drawings by Julia Randall. yes…coloured pencils!!!

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Cassette Art

April 22, 2010

Erika Simmons Iris is a renowned an imaginative painter and sculptor. Her innovative style in these particular pieces is focused around recycled magnetic bands of audio or video cassettes to represent faces of famous musicians both alive and dead. The rest of her portfolio can be viewed here.

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Kids drawings painted Realistically…creepy

April 20, 2010

This is the brain child of Artist Dave Devries , a project he calls ‘Monster Engine’. He basically wanted to see how children’s drawing would look if they were painted realistically. It feels unholy somehow…

The process is simple. I project a child’s drawing with an opaque projector, faithfully tracing each line. Applying a combination of logic and instinct, I then paint the image as realistically as I can. My medium is mixed–primarily acrylic, airbrush, and colored pencil.”

Paintings by Glenn Brown

March 30, 2010

Oh man! I love Glenn Brown’s almost drug inspired brush strokes that give these paintings such fluid texture!

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