This one goes out to all the ladies on the B/D blog. Happy Monday!
The Fresh Blood Hunt Art Competition finalists have been chosen and now it’s up to you to go and pick through the amazing and talented line up of finalists and vote for your favorites. The winner of the competition not only gets bragging rights but wins a brand new 17″ Macbook Pro, a copy of Adobe Creative Suite 6, and will have their work immortalized on one of the biggest walls in London by talented muralist Jim Rockwell!
So why should you vote? Supporting your fellow artists and designers should be enough of a reason but to sweeten the deal one voter will also be invited to the exclusive video premiere of the mini film that will be created of the mural. So get to it and vote for your favorite artist today!
A few weeks ago we featured Mr. Chiizu’s two new themes from Skwak and Aya Kato. Mr. Chiizu, an iPhone photo decoration app with themes designed by today’s most exciting artists and designers wants to give Beautiful/Decay readers a chance to win some coveted and sold out Aya Kato and Skwak merchandise in honor of the release of their packs.
Entering is easy and free:
This giveaway ends December 27th so jump to it!
Find out what the lucky winner gets after the jump.
Brooklyn based artist Brian Willmont has been featured here in the past. His striking gouache and ink works commonly feature colorful cacti and Old West imagery set against a pitch black background. His newest body of work consists of fragmented artifacts scattered across opaque geometric planes. Within these voids Willmont presents an alternate history. Items of antiquity are left frozen in time for the viewer to dissect.
Scarecrowoven is into gore, guts, and lots of blood. He warns all of us to Trust No One…. I’m feeling the same way today.
Pae White often uses graphics and decals in her works and she has produced a series of graphic treatments, unique to each vehicle, entitled ‘Rover Momentum’, using an interpretation of the dusks and dawns of the countries represented at the Fair. Her designs create a striking and dynamic ‘vehicle’ for the Fair as the vehicles move across London during the days of the exhibition.
Jenny Morgan’s haunting portraits.