Jered Specher’s layered abstractions.
I love these minimal fast food prints by illustrator Dale Edwin Murray. His minimal grid based examination of fast food makes me want to buy a print and a super sized order of fries all at once!
El Famoso is the moniker for collaborative duo (and brothers) Rich and Chris Fairhead. Their humorous and playful illustrations have a clunky and quick feel to them that’s always a nice treat. Your probably wondering what influences them. Here is a list in no particular order “warriors, monsters, gods, witchcraft, animals,hand painted signs, mr kipling, toys, party food (nibbles), Jonny Cash, Russian Criminal tattoos, tribes, comics, heroes, screen prints, killer robots,
bad films, graffiti, posters, black & white, fantasy, folk and some other bits and bobs. “
Pier Francesco Martini‘s digital self portraits are an interesting twist to one of the oldest practices in art.
Irina Werning’s Back To The Future project is one of the best executed recreation series I’ve seen in a long time. Here’s Irina describing the project in his own words “I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start sniffing for them. Most of us are fascinated by their retro look but to me, it’s imagining how people would feel and look like if they were to reenact them today… A few months ago, I decided to actually do this. So, with my camera, I started inviting people to go back to their future.”
Want to reenact your own childhood photo? Irina is giving you a chance! Visit Irina’s site for more info on how you can go back to the future with a lil help by our friend Mr.Camera.
Leon Golub is hands down one of the most important political artists from the last century. His brutally painted unstretched canvases bring to light the horrors of war, greed, and torture. Watch this short documentary about Leon that gives insight into the artists process, his studio practice, and hear him discuss his controversial subject matter. Full video after the jump.