Martin Heuwold aka MEGX, has a knack for transforming uninteresting or abandoned urban structures into something spectacular. First up are some installations where MEGX transforms vacant storefronts into an expression on the opposite nature of vacant (dead) and occupied (living) storefronts.
These drawings are created by an artist known as Mr. Frivolous. Armed with pencil and felt pens, Mr. Frivolous creates fantastic portraits of people surrounded by phrases which the person may be saying or thinking.
Artwork of Jim Denevan
Jim Denevan creates huge, large scale works of art in sand, earth, ice and more. These works are almost always massive and can measure in miles or kilometers rather than yards or meters.
20 Most Read Posts from 2011
As 2011 ends and we begin 2012, I want to reflect on the most read post of the last year. Here is a collection of the 20 most read posts written in 2011.
It has been a year since I first featured Marco Zamora and I wanted to check back in to see what he has been up to. Zamora creates large scale drawings, primarily with watercolor and ink.
I recently found these interesting sketches by Cem Bilge on Google+. I really enjoy how each piece is a comfortable blend of traditional drawing and digital illustration.
Digital Paintings by Nikolai Lockertsen
Nikolai Lockertsen is a digital artist creating fantastic artwork with his computer and iPad. The images below were drawn/painted with his iPad using various applications
Hose Me by Janet Lage
It was about this time last year when I first featured Janet Lage’s artwork. Her Hose Me series is now on exhibit at Brown University until September 30th.
Artist Tributes to the Victims of the 9/11 Tragedy
Over the weekend, many different outlets shared views of the September 11 tragedy. Artists have also expressed their feelings over the years and Googling for artist 9/11 tributes will return thousands of works.