This artist never hesitates to think big and paint big. We can notice an excellent use of pop art and woman’s portrait motives. We can admire bold, sketchy brushes for laying down paint. Street art (on canvas) is trendy and this painting will look terrific in any spacious interior.
Conrad spends a lot of time in sunny Spain, painting mainly on commissions and for private galleries. He knows how to enjoy life. He loves surfing. The positive energy found on sunny Spanish beaches seems to fill up all His artwork.
Agnieszka Zaleska’s painting is a kind of trance and the way to exceed limits of physical reality. Her work is the results of contemplation of the visible forms and colors, which in the process of painting become reality.
Spanish cartoonist Joan Cornellà combines black humor and extreme discomfort, most famously in his wordless, six-panel comics.
What if figures from famous classical paintings live In the modern-day life? Alexey Kondakov has taken figures from classical art and popped them in car parks, on public transport, and in decrepit back yards.
“There are the human people, and then there are humanoid people who are mysterious and much more anonymous. And then there are the creatures that I imagine to be related to microorganisms.”
Beasts, brutes and other animals became his essence. He has produced some of the largest and most recognizable paintings in the history of street art.
Andre Krayewski is an artist and Polish expatriate currently residing in Newark, New Jersey in the United States. With a career that spans more than half a century, he continues to masterfully create paintings in his art-deco signature style and in pop art style.
He’s the artist who worked with writers Morgan Coy and Karen Davidson to create the graphic novel Shadow Healer. The three never met in person. Their four-part new age noir comic book was achieved entirely via the Internet.
Each of the colours used, enhances the image. The ascetic form of these works, does not impose a simple answer, but forces viewers to seek their own interpretations.
It is obvious that this artist wishes they were Banksy in the worst way. It is equally obvious they are not. Banksy’s work has always had threads of hope, good will, and intelligence in its observations. This work seems to only want to demonize what it finds frustrating and wage all-out war to the point of obliteration.
Since 2012 Georgi Petrov is a member of Creative Union of Professional Artist in Russia.
Pedro Fermin is acknowledged chilean artist, landscape architect by profession and a musician by trade.
This artist doesn’t fit the modern “crazy” experimental style of painting.
In his paintings you can see the longing for a return to the sensitivity and perfection of great Renaissance artists.
His works are driven by his fascination with colour — luminous and joyful, occasionally dark and mysterious.
Independently based in Asia, this entirely self taught artist utilizes a variety of techniques, subject matter and themes to expand the repertoire of his ink and art collection.
“I use random small objects: plastic toys, shells, beads, buttons etc. No colour is added to any of the materials – they are exactly ‘as found’.
The colour or the absence of it in a composition, is just an element of storytelling.