Spanish born artist Ivan Puig likes the mix of contradictions told in a way of poetry, where he takes simple objects and ideas and applies a level of cerebral complexity that defines his art. I love the sinking car, I just wonder how he did that…
American Photorealist painter Richard Phillips lives and works in New York. He is known for his large-scale glossy hyper-realistic paintings, recalling the pictorial style of magazines from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s and reflecting traditions of popular image.
Take Giacometti Sculptures, add it a little dose of Kandinsky paintings and mix it with some street art influence, you will get the amazing illustrations / paintings of French artist Amose – His unique style is so refined, i just love it !
Ukrainian born Mark Khaisman studied art and architecture in Moscow, he now lives and works in Philadelphia where he creates these beautiful and studious Tapeworks canvases. He spends hours to recreate photographs and movie scenes only using scotch tape!
I love these colorful recycled toys sculptures by UK based sculptor/artist Robert Bradford, made from discarded plastic items on wood. The objects are mainly toys but there are also other colorful plastic bits and pieces, such as combs and buttons, brushes and parts of clothes pegs…
The famous SHOWstudio website own and directed by Nick Knight opened a little while ago their amazing (online) store in London, where you can find bunch of randoms props/objects mostly coming from editorials and catwalk shows – www.shop.showstudio.com
In the same style as the Louboutin Ad campaign, except here it is not fashion, but weapons. The Russian based illustration studio Geliographic decided to mix classic still life paintings, with modern weapons. An interesting mix that grabbed my attention!