In his portfolio, describing the above piece,’max’ explains, “My heroes are the heroes of socialism, Marx and Engels. And, as all heroes, they are there to protect us from chaos. And, as all heroes do, they fail.”
Illustrator, graphic designer, artist, Max-O-Matic, from Barcelona, seems to take his work as seriously as honest, heartfelt parody. You’re sure to find a little cynicism and humor in his mixed media projects, wherever they may be viewed, in editorials, on skateboards, or in sculpture. check out how he uses illustration and collage…
Stina Persson is an incredibly talented illustrator hailing from Stockholm, Sweden. I’m a huge fan of her rich, full color palette paired with seductive, free-flowing lines. Even the way she handles cut paper is so sophisticated!
Gringoflash has put together an awesome project! They have taken all of their favorite artists and visual designers and made them “MVAs” so to speak (Most Valuable Artist). I like this bizarre combination of two fields that are often kept separated - art and sports.
With an unparalleled legacy of alumni and faculty members, the San Francisco Art Institute has been a long-term leader in fine arts education since 1871. Baer Ridgway Exhibitions is hosting an exhibition which features artwork by faculty and alumni. A Thin Slice, running from May 16th to June 20th,provides a small, but dynamic survey of artworks that display a breadth of engaged investigations.
Mark Rubenstein has spent the last 6 years developing his multi-part series Common Place. A personal testament to the emotional challenges inherent within his “coming of age” narrative – set in a surreal world that uniquely encompasses what it means to grow up and examine life in a new way. The series presents a cast of characters that seem to manifest themselves as one being, uniting to embark on a grand journey.
Personally, if I had a name that sounded as much like a wizards as Merijn Hos, (here I am thinking of the grand Myrrdin Wyltt) I would never foresake it for an alias! Though, Bfree is also a righteous sentiment. Merijn can do no wrong! I love these playful, long-legged freckled characters that reminds me of 70′s scractch ‘n’ snuff stickers and Mr. Men. Straight from Utrecht, yo!