hifructosemag:

There seems to be a history running through Carmel Seymour’s water colors, but it’s hard to pin down. Somewhere in the hazy but sublime gap between art and illustration, the paintings suspend an alternate reality in the canvas’ mid-air, depicting some hyperreal folklore in a wash of negative space. Seymour’s conceit seems simple enough: she places contemporary figures, such as girls in jeans and sneakers, in some private oasis, perhaps the figures’ dream landscape or perhaps some alien planet. But the landscapes where her figures exist are not so much ‘scapes as objects; entities without a before or after. Her water colors are deployed in highly restrained and linear strokes to focus on details, and then exploded to disrupt the hyperrealism and maximize the medium’s atmospheric emphasis. The paintings have no clear beginning or end, but beg the question: what’s the story here?
See more on Hi-Fructose.
hifructosemag:

There seems to be a history running through Carmel Seymour’s water colors, but it’s hard to pin down. Somewhere in the hazy but sublime gap between art and illustration, the paintings suspend an alternate reality in the canvas’ mid-air, depicting some hyperreal folklore in a wash of negative space. Seymour’s conceit seems simple enough: she places contemporary figures, such as girls in jeans and sneakers, in some private oasis, perhaps the figures’ dream landscape or perhaps some alien planet. But the landscapes where her figures exist are not so much ‘scapes as objects; entities without a before or after. Her water colors are deployed in highly restrained and linear strokes to focus on details, and then exploded to disrupt the hyperrealism and maximize the medium’s atmospheric emphasis. The paintings have no clear beginning or end, but beg the question: what’s the story here?
See more on Hi-Fructose.
hifructosemag:

There seems to be a history running through Carmel Seymour’s water colors, but it’s hard to pin down. Somewhere in the hazy but sublime gap between art and illustration, the paintings suspend an alternate reality in the canvas’ mid-air, depicting some hyperreal folklore in a wash of negative space. Seymour’s conceit seems simple enough: she places contemporary figures, such as girls in jeans and sneakers, in some private oasis, perhaps the figures’ dream landscape or perhaps some alien planet. But the landscapes where her figures exist are not so much ‘scapes as objects; entities without a before or after. Her water colors are deployed in highly restrained and linear strokes to focus on details, and then exploded to disrupt the hyperrealism and maximize the medium’s atmospheric emphasis. The paintings have no clear beginning or end, but beg the question: what’s the story here?
See more on Hi-Fructose.

hifructosemag:

There seems to be a history running through Carmel Seymour’s water colors, but it’s hard to pin down. Somewhere in the hazy but sublime gap between art and illustration, the paintings suspend an alternate reality in the canvas’ mid-air, depicting some hyperreal folklore in a wash of negative space. Seymour’s conceit seems simple enough: she places contemporary figures, such as girls in jeans and sneakers, in some private oasis, perhaps the figures’ dream landscape or perhaps some alien planet. But the landscapes where her figures exist are not so much ‘scapes as objects; entities without a before or after. Her water colors are deployed in highly restrained and linear strokes to focus on details, and then exploded to disrupt the hyperrealism and maximize the medium’s atmospheric emphasis. The paintings have no clear beginning or end, but beg the question: what’s the story here?

See more on Hi-Fructose.

exhibition-ism:

Maude White's incredibly detailed and fragile paper cut works 
exhibition-ism:

Maude White's incredibly detailed and fragile paper cut works 
exhibition-ism:

Maude White's incredibly detailed and fragile paper cut works 
exhibition-ism:

Maude White's incredibly detailed and fragile paper cut works 
exhibition-ism:

Maude White's incredibly detailed and fragile paper cut works 
exhibition-ism:

Maude White's incredibly detailed and fragile paper cut works 
exhibition-ism:

Maude White's incredibly detailed and fragile paper cut works 
exhibition-ism:

Maude White's incredibly detailed and fragile paper cut works 

exhibition-ism:

Maude White's incredibly detailed and fragile paper cut works 

exhibition-ism:

Seriously swooning over the black and white paintings from Rebecca Adams 
exhibition-ism:

Seriously swooning over the black and white paintings from Rebecca Adams 
exhibition-ism:

Seriously swooning over the black and white paintings from Rebecca Adams 
exhibition-ism:

Seriously swooning over the black and white paintings from Rebecca Adams 
exhibition-ism:

Seriously swooning over the black and white paintings from Rebecca Adams 
exhibition-ism:

Seriously swooning over the black and white paintings from Rebecca Adams 
exhibition-ism:

Seriously swooning over the black and white paintings from Rebecca Adams 
exhibition-ism:

Seriously swooning over the black and white paintings from Rebecca Adams 

exhibition-ism:

Seriously swooning over the black and white paintings from Rebecca Adams 

eatsleepdraw:

Author: Nunzio Paci
Title: The wind that sculpts your veins (Detail)
Dim: cm 100x100
Tecnique: pencil and oil on canvas
Year: 2014

Tumblr Blog: http://nunziopaci.tumblr.com/
Website: http://www.nunziopaci.it


lacarpa:

Alex Garant
lacarpa:

Alex Garant
lacarpa:

Alex Garant
lacarpa:

Alex Garant
lacarpa:

Alex Garant
lacarpa:

Alex Garant
lacarpa:

Alex Garant
lacarpa:

Alex Garant
hifructosemag:

Jon MacNair opens windows into cryptic worlds with his monochromatic pen-and-ink drawings. His work has a decidedly vintage, if not medieval, feel. The artist renders elaborate depictions of self-created myths and legends, but rather than being grandiose, the tone of his work is self-aware and humorous. Demons and shamans mug for the viewer while performing rituals and spells. Some of his drawings show gratuitous, cartoon violence akin to that of heavy metal album art and skateboard graphics. MacNair has a solo show opening at Portland’s Antler Gallery this Thursday, August 28, titled “Age of Enigmas.” In addition to his own work, the exhibition will feature MacNair’s collaborations with five other artists he admires: Jennifer Parks, Trudy Creen, Mark Burt, Ian Anderson, and Michael Hsiung. 
See more on Hi-Fructose.
hifructosemag:

Jon MacNair opens windows into cryptic worlds with his monochromatic pen-and-ink drawings. His work has a decidedly vintage, if not medieval, feel. The artist renders elaborate depictions of self-created myths and legends, but rather than being grandiose, the tone of his work is self-aware and humorous. Demons and shamans mug for the viewer while performing rituals and spells. Some of his drawings show gratuitous, cartoon violence akin to that of heavy metal album art and skateboard graphics. MacNair has a solo show opening at Portland’s Antler Gallery this Thursday, August 28, titled “Age of Enigmas.” In addition to his own work, the exhibition will feature MacNair’s collaborations with five other artists he admires: Jennifer Parks, Trudy Creen, Mark Burt, Ian Anderson, and Michael Hsiung. 
See more on Hi-Fructose.

hifructosemag:

Jon MacNair opens windows into cryptic worlds with his monochromatic pen-and-ink drawings. His work has a decidedly vintage, if not medieval, feel. The artist renders elaborate depictions of self-created myths and legends, but rather than being grandiose, the tone of his work is self-aware and humorous. Demons and shamans mug for the viewer while performing rituals and spells. Some of his drawings show gratuitous, cartoon violence akin to that of heavy metal album art and skateboard graphics. MacNair has a solo show opening at Portland’s Antler Gallery this Thursday, August 28, titled “Age of Enigmas.” In addition to his own work, the exhibition will feature MacNair’s collaborations with five other artists he admires: Jennifer Parks, Trudy Creen, Mark Burt, Ian Anderson, and Michael Hsiung. 

See more on Hi-Fructose.

supersonicart:

Poesia’s “Reflexive" at Shooting Gallery SF.
Currently up at Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, California is artist Poesia’s solo show, “Reflexive,” which features his signature collages, abstract work and paintings.  Poesia is also responsible for “Graffuturism,” a term he developed for street artists who have moved past their street roots while still maintaining the freshness and urgency involved in street art.  Continue below for a lot more work from the San Francisco based artist.
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supersonicart:

Poesia’s “Reflexive" at Shooting Gallery SF.
Currently up at Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, California is artist Poesia’s solo show, “Reflexive,” which features his signature collages, abstract work and paintings.  Poesia is also responsible for “Graffuturism,” a term he developed for street artists who have moved past their street roots while still maintaining the freshness and urgency involved in street art.  Continue below for a lot more work from the San Francisco based artist.
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supersonicart:

Poesia’s “Reflexive" at Shooting Gallery SF.
Currently up at Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, California is artist Poesia’s solo show, “Reflexive,” which features his signature collages, abstract work and paintings.  Poesia is also responsible for “Graffuturism,” a term he developed for street artists who have moved past their street roots while still maintaining the freshness and urgency involved in street art.  Continue below for a lot more work from the San Francisco based artist.
Read More
supersonicart:

Poesia’s “Reflexive" at Shooting Gallery SF.
Currently up at Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, California is artist Poesia’s solo show, “Reflexive,” which features his signature collages, abstract work and paintings.  Poesia is also responsible for “Graffuturism,” a term he developed for street artists who have moved past their street roots while still maintaining the freshness and urgency involved in street art.  Continue below for a lot more work from the San Francisco based artist.
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supersonicart:

Poesia’s “Reflexive" at Shooting Gallery SF.

Currently up at Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, California is artist Poesia’s solo show, “Reflexive,” which features his signature collages, abstract work and paintings.  Poesia is also responsible for “Graffuturism,” a term he developed for street artists who have moved past their street roots while still maintaining the freshness and urgency involved in street art.  Continue below for a lot more work from the San Francisco based artist.

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spokeart:

Stunning work by UK artist Craww (Tumblr I Website)
To learn more about this artist, or to view his available paintings and limited edition prints, visit our art gallery website here.
spokeart:

Stunning work by UK artist Craww (Tumblr I Website)
To learn more about this artist, or to view his available paintings and limited edition prints, visit our art gallery website here.
spokeart:

Stunning work by UK artist Craww (Tumblr I Website)
To learn more about this artist, or to view his available paintings and limited edition prints, visit our art gallery website here.
spokeart:

Stunning work by UK artist Craww (Tumblr I Website)
To learn more about this artist, or to view his available paintings and limited edition prints, visit our art gallery website here.
spokeart:

Stunning work by UK artist Craww (Tumblr I Website)
To learn more about this artist, or to view his available paintings and limited edition prints, visit our art gallery website here.
spokeart:

Stunning work by UK artist Craww (Tumblr I Website)
To learn more about this artist, or to view his available paintings and limited edition prints, visit our art gallery website here.

spokeart:

Stunning work by UK artist Craww (Tumblr I Website)

To learn more about this artist, or to view his available paintings and limited edition prints, visit our art gallery website here.

supersonicart:

JUSTKIDS x Santurce Es Ley
JUSTKIDS is a street art collective which recently put up some super cool murals around Puerto Rico.  The group features the artists Bicicleta sem Freio, Cyrcle, Madsteez and Seth.  Check out way more pics of their hyper colored works below!
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supersonicart:

JUSTKIDS x Santurce Es Ley
JUSTKIDS is a street art collective which recently put up some super cool murals around Puerto Rico.  The group features the artists Bicicleta sem Freio, Cyrcle, Madsteez and Seth.  Check out way more pics of their hyper colored works below!
Read More
supersonicart:

JUSTKIDS x Santurce Es Ley
JUSTKIDS is a street art collective which recently put up some super cool murals around Puerto Rico.  The group features the artists Bicicleta sem Freio, Cyrcle, Madsteez and Seth.  Check out way more pics of their hyper colored works below!
Read More
supersonicart:

JUSTKIDS x Santurce Es Ley
JUSTKIDS is a street art collective which recently put up some super cool murals around Puerto Rico.  The group features the artists Bicicleta sem Freio, Cyrcle, Madsteez and Seth.  Check out way more pics of their hyper colored works below!
Read More

supersonicart:

JUSTKIDS x Santurce Es Ley

JUSTKIDS is a street art collective which recently put up some super cool murals around Puerto Rico.  The group features the artists Bicicleta sem Freio, Cyrcle, Madsteez and Seth.  Check out way more pics of their hyper colored works below!

Read More

pixography:

Jose Robalo
supersonicart:

“The Art Collector Starter Kit" Group Show.
Opening this Saturday at Corey Helford Gallery Circa in Culver City, California is the 2nd annual group show “The Art Collector Start Kit.”  The show is a collection of 12” x 12” pieces by newly collectible as well as revered New Contemporary artists such as Sylvia Ji, So Youn Lee, Melissa Forman, Camilla D’Errico and Hikari Shimoda plus a great deal of other favorites.
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supersonicart:

“The Art Collector Starter Kit" Group Show.
Opening this Saturday at Corey Helford Gallery Circa in Culver City, California is the 2nd annual group show “The Art Collector Start Kit.”  The show is a collection of 12” x 12” pieces by newly collectible as well as revered New Contemporary artists such as Sylvia Ji, So Youn Lee, Melissa Forman, Camilla D’Errico and Hikari Shimoda plus a great deal of other favorites.
Read More
supersonicart:

“The Art Collector Starter Kit" Group Show.
Opening this Saturday at Corey Helford Gallery Circa in Culver City, California is the 2nd annual group show “The Art Collector Start Kit.”  The show is a collection of 12” x 12” pieces by newly collectible as well as revered New Contemporary artists such as Sylvia Ji, So Youn Lee, Melissa Forman, Camilla D’Errico and Hikari Shimoda plus a great deal of other favorites.
Read More
supersonicart:

“The Art Collector Starter Kit" Group Show.
Opening this Saturday at Corey Helford Gallery Circa in Culver City, California is the 2nd annual group show “The Art Collector Start Kit.”  The show is a collection of 12” x 12” pieces by newly collectible as well as revered New Contemporary artists such as Sylvia Ji, So Youn Lee, Melissa Forman, Camilla D’Errico and Hikari Shimoda plus a great deal of other favorites.
Read More
supersonicart:

“The Art Collector Starter Kit" Group Show.
Opening this Saturday at Corey Helford Gallery Circa in Culver City, California is the 2nd annual group show “The Art Collector Start Kit.”  The show is a collection of 12” x 12” pieces by newly collectible as well as revered New Contemporary artists such as Sylvia Ji, So Youn Lee, Melissa Forman, Camilla D’Errico and Hikari Shimoda plus a great deal of other favorites.
Read More

supersonicart:

The Art Collector Starter Kit" Group Show.

Opening this Saturday at Corey Helford Gallery Circa in Culver City, California is the 2nd annual group show “The Art Collector Start Kit.”  The show is a collection of 12” x 12” pieces by newly collectible as well as revered New Contemporary artists such as Sylvia Ji, So Youn Lee, Melissa Forman, Camilla D’Errico and Hikari Shimoda plus a great deal of other favorites.

Read More

hollysharpe:

'Flower Fro'
Limited edition prints now available here, this is the A2 size version. :) 

Holly

spx:

Bob Ross, y’all. Hippie love god.

spx:

Bob Ross, y’all. Hippie love god.