Eduardo Bertone is a mixed media artist from Madrid who is pumping out some amazing work. Bertone’s work is rich in color and texture, exhibiting complex compositions of characters and words.
30 Works of Art Painted with iPhone or iPod Touch Apps
A few weeks ago I posted a quick review of Sketchbook Mobile for iphone/ipod. Since then I have found some amazing work that has been completed on these devices. These drawings use various iPod / iPhone apps to arrive at the final product. I can’t even imagine the work that went into each of these. Kudos to these and other iPhone / iPod artists out there that are pushing the boundaries.
Works by Motoi Yamamoto
To Remembrance – Detail – salt
Konichi – Soy sauce factory / Ishikawa, Japan
SketchBook Mobile Put Your Sketchbook in Your Pocket
This little iPhone/iPod app is a must have for every artist. SketchBook Mobile, by Autodesk, is a drawing application that allows you to draw with your fingers on your iPhone or iPod Touch. The app is full of features and will not disappoint you. The best part is Autodesk has a lite version, SketchBook MobileX, that will let you explore before purchasing the full version.
5 Creative Band Poster Illustrations That You Probably Have Not Seen
Below are some band posters that I found while browsing for artists on Deviant Art. These examples were both creative in concept and executed very well. I guess the fourth one isn’t technically an illustration, but I felt it was too good to pass up. Enjoy!
Silos – by Dani
Nice black and white shot and the artist even includes some useful info on the photo.
The Photo Argus
In case you didn’t notice I took last week off but am back and ready to bring you some awesome new content. So first up is The Photo Argus, which is a spanking new photography resource.
Michael Jackson Visual Artist Tributes
Just two weeks after the death of the King of Pop, works by visual artists are surfacing, paying tribute to Michael Jackson. I found many of these, but here are two of my favorites.
Look Both Ways – by Martin Wilson
I saw this featured on drawn and had to feature it as well. Martin Wilson takes these photos in sequence with a 35mm camera and scans the strips to be pieced together on the computer.
artist & website: Martin Wilson – http://www.martinwilson.net