David Scholes has always wanted to paint, but as a result of lifeâ€™s twists and turns, he has never found time. In 2012, he decided to finally get to it, and the results are what you see here. His paintings are pretty impressive for someone who has only been doing this for a year.
Illustrator Donna Ruff has made a small but interesting series of newspaper cutouts. The cropped shapes form patterns similar to doilies.
The pen and pencil drawings of Kate Powell.
With only a few days left until the end of the year, it is time to share the “10 Most Popular Posts of 2011.” On December 3rd, I published “Tree Illusions” by Zander Olsen, which has resulted in the #1 post (and the most controversial) of 2011. Some readers think Olsen’s white tree wraps are […]
For the 4th Sarasota Chalk Festival, artists Leon Keer, Ruben Poncia, Remko van Schaik and Peter Westerink made a three-dimensional drawing on the ground that was inspired by the Terracotta Army. View more art by Leon Keer within post.
Street artist EVOL was invited to create an outdoor installation for music/art festival, MS Dockville. “Usually I prefer to work on site by interfering with already existing structures. As I [arrived there I found]: endless meadow, trees and blue sky. Not exactly what I play with usually. So I decided to cut open the idyll, […]
Swiss manufacturer Romain Jerome has released two official “Space Invaders” watchesâ€”one is colored and the second is a glow-in-the-dark version. They are limited edition pieces, and word on the web is that they may cost from $10,000 to $15,000. Each watch includes a 46mm PVD coated stainless steel case, automatic mechanical movement and black rubber […]
“Super Heroes at Home” is a photographic series by Gregg Segal.
To mark “World Water Day” (March 22nd), Solidarites International has launched an ad campaign to raise awareness about contaminated water that kills so many people in the world. It is a video developed by agency BDDP Unlimited, produced by Hush, and directed by Clement Beauvais.