Gaëtan de Seguin - J+Foule de Mai
French artist Gaëtan de Seguin's (b. 1971, Montpellier, France) latest series "J+...." is a reaction to the terrorists attack on French Satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo that took place in January 2015 and the March that took place later that month in Paris and cities around the world. de Sequin explains, "I immediately wanted my characters to gather and spread out of the canvas. Crowds. Be they dense or sparse, joyful, humble, silent or roaring, moving or obnoxious, etc. Their physical…
OpenLetr — The Beauty Culture is Changing, Thanks to Us
"Women are changing the culture of beauty. If you haven’t noticed maybe you haven’t been paying attention. Yes, the mainstream media still has quite a way to go. Magazines, news outlets, and blogs are still focused on a woman’s attire or amount of cleavage over the event or the reasons of her a
Brian Hubble - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia
Brian Hubble born Newport News Virginia 1978 is an American artist He received a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2001 and attended The Illus
Previously considered a dying art, embroidery is now very much in vogue. Take a look at the most popular creators on Etsy and you will find that many are embroiderers, selling finished pieces as well as unique patterns and designs. Contemporary embroidery artists are injecting life and creativity into a craft often ass
NEW YORK MIXED MEDIA III - Sven Pfrommer // visual art & photography
2012 New York photography combined with painting. Mixed media works available on canvas, acrylic diasec, resin or aludibond in editions of 25.
Ghostly Female Faces Emerge from Newspapers
In this series of paintings, South Korean artist Shin-Young An creates exquisite portraits on a very distinctive canvas. The artist's painted images of
Alternative election posters: from psychic love waves to Chicken Cottage pledges
Does your vote go to Cornelia Parker’s right-sniffing dogs, Bedwyr Williams’ comic-book villains or Corbyn’s manifesto rebranded as a fashion choice?