“My creatures are called monsters by some, but I often feel that the connotations associated with ‘monster’ don’t always apply to these little guys unless one can add descriptors like ‘vulnerable’ and ‘fragile’ to the definition of monster. Maybe I have issue with the monster moniker because I see my critters as self-portraits. Nick Capasso, director of the DeCordova Museum, once referred to my work as ‘little exorcisms’ and I like that description. The idea that I expel my inner demons in the form of drawn, painted, or sculpted critters appeals to me.” – John Casey
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- May 23, 2012 -- Childrens drawings by a pro?
So, what would children’s drawings look like if it were painted realistically? The Monster Engine to the rescue! The Monster Engine is a project illustrating just that and has created a great gallery ...
- March 8, 2010 -- Im Your Dutch Uncle
Check out Tavis Coburn's brilliant illustrations over at UK's Dutch Uncle Agency....
- January 21, 2010 -- Aleksandra Rdest
Personally I am not the biggest fan of abstract art, but from time to time I stumble upon beautiful work. Here are some nice pieces by Aleksandra Rdest
Rdest uses a language drawn from weather ...
- November 12, 2009 -- Guillaume Bresson
Shiiit is going down in Guillaume Bresson`s paintings! So nice but so violent. Posted via.