Jim Bradshaw is a talented illustrator from New Jersey with a massive and beautiful collection of work. Jim’s illustrations mix a vector cartoony style with grungy, dirty textures.
Topic: mixed media
Today’s amazing illustrations are by artist Mel Kadel.
Ronald Kurniawan draws, paints and sculpts wild and imaginative scenes and characters.
Looking for a new sketchbook, I decided to venture out from the normal black hard cover acid free books that I usually buy. I spent some time looking and reading about various sketchbooks and found many great choices. I realize that there are many more options than I have listed here, so if you know of an awesome one that I missed, please let me know in the comments below.
Jenkins is a mixed media artist that pumps out works of art like a machine. The volume of wonderful work that comes from his hands is staggering.
I seem to be on a kick for revisiting artists that I have previously featured. 😀 I have really enjoyed looking back through old posts and finding how each artists work has evolved. I featured a piece, Growth I, by Katherine Mann in 2008, and I was thrilled to find new work from her in my inbox.
I first featured Marc Johns’ drawing, the boxes we put people in, in 2008 and I am so happy that I took the time to revisit his website. Johns’ comedic drawings are as creative as they are funny.
I decided to write a post about iPhone apps to explore how art is influencing the world around us. I set out to find apps that are creative and imagery to interact with the user in a unique way. Games immediately come to mind when I begin my search, but I started to see amazing utility apps like clocks and music generators that have been completely re-imagined.
Jim Denevan creates drawings that are nothing short of amazing. These drawings are mostly created by dragging a stick on the ground. Okay, I’ll shut up, enjoy.