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Street Art by Damon Ginandes

Degraw Street Mural, Brooklyn, NY :: Spray Paint & Latex Acrylic 60′ x12′

Damon Ginandes, a Brooklyn based mixed media artist, paints elaborate compositions of portraits intermingling with one another.

Devoid of context and stripped of external identity, they are portraits of souls – ageless, anonymous, and solitary. Their longing stares serve as a mute communication from which a distinct visual and psychological intimacy emerges.

Consumption – by Amanda Rae

Consumption - by Amanda Rae
mixed media life size

I was so happy to see Amanda’s work in my inbox earlier this week. Her unique assembled sculptures suspend found objects still visible from the exterior.  Her portfolio displays many unique works and is certainly worth checking out.

Exquisite Corpse – by Jimmy apRoberts and Brian Christopher

A section from Exquisite Corpse – which totals 60 panels. Each panel is 32 inches tall, and widths range from 6 to 15 inches.

Art elements consist of photos taken by the artists, scanned drawings, vector illustration, and digital drawings created with a drawing tablet. The final art is assembled using mostly Illustrator and Photoshop.

Thanks Brian for submitting this one!  There is so much to look at in this piece and I love the color and life of the imagery.

This ongoing collaborative project is based on a drawing technique called “Exquisite Corpse.” The technique was invented by Surrealists in 1925 and is based on an old parlour game in which players write in turn on a sheet of paper, fold it to conceal part of the writing, and then pass it to the next player for a further contribution.

artist & website: Jimmy apRoberts and Brian Christopher – http://www.jabcstudio.com/exquisite_corpse/

Landscape I by Levi van Veluw

Levi van Veluw is a one man show, drawing, creating and photographing his creations himself.  The video below shows a 360 degree view of another one of his creations.