Archive: Jan 2017

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Anatomical Transformations

    Have you ever seen the movie Stepford Wives? If you haven’t, here’s a brief synopsis (spoiler alert!): Women are turned into remote-controlled robots. The climax scene depicts the lead actress’s body sparking and glitching after a major malfunction – wires and robotics are revealed from behind her face in a shocking twist. In looking at […]

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  2. Thursday Salute to Originals: Murals Take on Cubism and Realism

    We love it when artists experiment with their work using mixed media, a new technique, or fusing two totally different styles together. And one particular artist, doing just that, caught our eye this week. Spanish mural artist, Miguel Angel Belinchon, also known as “Belin,” has brought together the unique (and completely opposite) styles of realism and […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to the Originals: Chrome Meets Oil

    We often see genius works of art created with mixed media, some of which we have even featured in the past like Freya Jobbin’s anthropomorphism and Matthew Albanese‘s miniature worlds. However, what we don’t typically tend to see is one work of art created in a specific medium just to serve as the model and inspiration for another piece […]

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  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Spider Embroideries

    Spiders… Just the word can make someone’s skin crawl! Finding one in your home can be surprising to say the least, but finding one elegantly embroidered in art has the potential to be perception changing! Artist, Adam Pritchett, works out of England’s Lake District – a popular countryside – embroidering items like plants and insects, which are […]

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