Monthly Archives: February 2013

Artwork by Alexandra Levasseur

Canadian artist Alexandra Levasseur creates beautiful paintings by using acrylics and colored pencils on paper. During 2011 – 2012 she developed a project titled “One Drawing a Day”. Her objective was to explore the spontaneity and inspiration given by every different morning, either…

Paintings by Deenesh Ghyczy

German artist Deenesh Ghyczy paints fragmented portraits by using oil and acrylic. His paintings give the illusion of  looking through a kaleidoscope.

JENNIFER COLLIER PAPER SCULPTURES

UK based textile asrtist Jennifer Collier makes amazing paper sculptures by using cardboard and other recycled materials. She describes her work as creations to explore the ‘remaking’ of household objects which are made with the unusual ‘fabrics’ she produces by bonding, waxing,…

Metropolis by Martin Roemers

The project Metropolis by Martin Roemers captures the spirit of some of the most populated and chaotic Asian cities. Roemer says “How can people live in such immense, crowded places? For all their chaos, big cities still have a sense of humanity….

Artwork by Drew Young

Canadian artist Drew Young works mainly with oils and collage on mahogany. His art is inspired by lost and found adolescence. Young says “We are lost in our self-indulgent primal behaviour, forgoing the morals and values our parents have instilled in us. In…

Fashion Illustrations by Jasmin Fuhr

Berlin based illustrator Jasmin Fuhr creates stylish fashion illustrations by using vectors and watercolours. The way she mixes textures and colours makes her pieces look modern but classic at the same time.