Month: October 2011
They are scary, spooky, full of zombies and ghost, behind every corner horror awaits you – haunted houses! Haunted houses play a great part in the celebration of Halloween, so it seemed only fitting to choose this image by Jasmin Junger called “Haunted House” as artwork pick of the week since today is in fact Halloween!
Supakitch & Koralie did it again! The amazingly talented French street artists Supakitch & Koralie collaborated once again on a beautiful kitschy mural using paints, markers, stencils and cutouts. The video was shot by Raphaell Hache. The beautiful music is by Leonard de Leonard. Seeing them both work together is always a pleasure. Video after the jump!
The photo you see above is from a photo series by Spanish photographer Rafa Zubiria, called “Zooo”, in which he mixes photography and imagination. It shows a series of surreal floating animal habitats and is a work in progress. Also take a look at his “No Way Home“-series of floating buildings, homes and structures. More photos after the jump.
Tatiana Nedialkova is a visual artist, graphic designer, illustrator and creative retail designer, currently based in Brighton, UK. She studied at the Chelsea College of Art & Design in London and has been selling her wonderful pictures on ARTFLAKES for some time now – please take a look at her shop as well as her portfolio to see more of her beautiful work.
We were fascinated by her colorful and fun image based works instantly and asked her, whether she would mind answering some questions for our blog. Read her answers after the jump!
It’s been propably 20 years since I used a typewriter for the last time, if not even more. I think I still have one in my attic somewhere. But seeing Keira Rathbone’s work, I really want to use it again. Keira Rathbone, an artist from London, uses the typewriter in the same way an artist would use a pencil to sketch on a paper. It’s amazing!
A baker in Thailand adds a whole new meaning to the term “shock art”. Artist Kittiwat Unarrom sculptures gruesome body parts from dough. Since 2006 Kittiwat uses dough as his medium to sculpt gruesome renditions of hand, feet, heads, torsos and other body parts.
This video is amazing! It was created by Semiconductor Films, made up of UK artists Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt and was made for the exhibition Invisible Fields at Arts Santa Monica in Barcelona Spain. The video is a beautiful visualization of sound waves, that are usually not visible. Video after the jump!
These ink-pressings by Australian artist Robyn Wilson remind a lot of the Rorschach test psychologists are doing. Looking at them you discover always new details, shapes and elements, e.g. animals, religious symbols, anatomical elements, masks etc. And just when you think you’ve seen everything there is too see, something new pops up. I for one see (in the one above) hearts, a Buddha, a turkey, a peacock, eyes and a red lionfish. Wonder what that says about me. So, what do you see?