Can Pekdemir – Visual Artist

Can Pekdemir is really a math whiz who has utilized his numerical prowess in creating 3D surrealistic images.

A quirky sense of humour is portrayed in his imagery created with algorithms, methodologies and theories.

Along with a link to his website, which has very little text regarding his works, I have also included a link to an interview with Can which ...

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Guillaume Kurkdijan – GIF Animator

Quoted from Smashing Magazine – “Every single week Guillaume Kurkdijan, who lives in Nantes (France), designs his very own GIF animation which is a scene from a life of virtual characters living in their own little world with their own rules, principles and even laws of physics. The attention to detail is remarkable, and every animation is an artwork ...

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Bill Carman – Painter

Bill is based out of Idaho and creates these enchanting paintings/illustrations that conjure up internal dialogue no doubt.
What is this?
What on earth does this mean?
What was he thinking?
etc.

Bill explains the appearance of the octopus/tentacles that come and go in his work as a childhood experience he had once when fishing. When he thought he caught a ...

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Martin E Wills – Illustrator

While I was taking an illustration course, our teacher, Karen Justl, introduced us to a few illustrators and their styles. Martin’s work jumped out at me basically because of his unique style, choice of colour as well as his interesting subject matter.

Martin lives and works in Perth, WA. He had his first solo show in 2008 ...

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Color Ink Book – Colouring Book for Adults

This is a really neat concept for lowbrow art lovers. Created by art lovers, the Washburn brothers, these quarterly publications feature amazing artists, some that you will recognize from this blog, who create black and white line drawings.

You can either keep the pages as is OR you can treat it like a grown-up colouring book and have some ...

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Alfredo Lopez – Painter

Alfredo’s the 21st century Picasso? Immediately when I looked at his work that’s who came to mind but of course, Alfredo’s style is brighter and funkier. He definitely has a large body of work but his career has been in graphic/web design to illustration and comics to his now personal passion for painting. He lives in France but shows his ...

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Sally J Smith – Environmental Sculpturist

Sally creates amazing sculptures directly in nature, all year round, manipulating the elements into her creations. She photographs the finished sculpture then walks away leaving it to be enjoyed by others. Depending upon the materials, the piece could last for months or just hours so the photograph is the crucial component to capturing her artwork forever. She also ...

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David Schwen – Creative

David Schwen is a creative based in Minneapolis who has some fantastic concepts. Tons of photographs displaying brilliant ideas! His current project is called “Pantone Pairings” and it’s so simple but extremely effective. He plans on producing prints but currently it’s a work in progress at the time of this post but I would keep an eye on them. I ...

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Lisa Nilsson – Artist

The art of quilling is being expanded by Lisa’s intricate detailed cross sections of the human body or, as posted here, a dog. Time consuming I’m sure and Lisa’s preference to Japanese paper prolongs the process as she has to cut the strips herself. However, if she finds this paper suitable for her technique, then it’s all worth it.

Other than ...

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