Tokyo based artist Kei Imazu visualizes imaginary world by painting a scenery created after digitally reassembling images collected from the internet, magazines or her own living space.
Inspired by the New York City subway graffitis of the 1990’s, he sprayed his first works of art in his hometown of Bremen, Germany, at the age of 12.
We just discovered the amazing work of South African artist Ryan Hewett. His recent body of work focused on the depiction of leading figures from the past and present that have, for better or worse shaped the world in which we live.
One of the fastest rising stars on the contemporary pop art scene, Sandra Chevrier’s stellar rise to fame has been as surprising to her as it has obvious to more seasoned art lovers.
The art of Australian painter Rebecca Hastings is a family affair. She uses herself and her children as the focal subjects in her highly realist oil paintings.
South African artist Kirsten Beets works predominantly with oil paint on paper with her main subjects focusing on how people interact with nature in a recreational way, usually observing things from a high vantage point and neatly rendering them in minute detail.
Dutch still life painter Arnout Albada is an expert at choosing deliciously attractive subjects to paint. According to the artist, the simplicity and monumental nature of his compositions are their main quality.