Printmaking is totally absorb the democratic concept, everybody can get artworks and have real signing from the artist. Every artist have theirs own capacity to make a copy of artworks. But they got to write an information about how many copy they reproduce artworks.
The traditional way is to sign and number prints at the bottom of the image on the original paper, in pencil. A pencil mark cannot be reproduced by computers, making it less vulnerable to fraud. The signature will be on the lower right and the numbering on the left. Continue reading
Stella Bialek is one of promising illustrator from Berlin German, first she not really concern making sketch artwork, but after her cartoon get some reviews and appreciation, she decided to draw many character cartoon. Her character looked like jello, soft and flexible, so warm and looked naive. Continue reading
Have you ever thought how would those people from classical paintings look if they suddenly started living amongst us? No? We neither! But now we don’t have to because it was already done by Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov who used Photoshop to bring some of them into modern-day world, you can see the figures created by different authors many years ago using public transport, sitting at bars, napping in public places, eating at local lunch joints, or selling flowers. These new settings show them in a completely different color so scroll down to witness it for yourself! Continue reading
José Rodolfo Loaiza is a Mexican artist that specializes in putting famous Disney characters in unorthodox situations, at least for said characters. He tries to measure his viewers tolerance levels by showing beloved characters in dark, sometimes gritty and realistic situations, giving his works real shock value, and exploring the general theme of “loss of innocence”. Continue reading
I am Agnieszka Nienartowicz and I’m a 26 year old painter based in Poland. I paint oil on canvas realistic paintings depicting people, but the characteristic thing is that I incorporated into them portions of other works from the past eras: in the form of a background, an attribute or as a composite element with the character themselves (even in the form of a painting on the subject’s body). Continue reading
Joinery is a part of woodworking that involves joining together pieces of timber or lumber, to produce more complex items. Some wood joints employ fasteners, bindings, or adhesives, while others use only wood elements. The characteristics of wooden joints-strength, flexibility, toughness, appearance, etc. – derive from the properties of the materials involved and the purpose of the joint. Therefore, different joinery techniques are used to meet differing requirements. For example, the joinery used to construct a sculpture can be different from that used to make puzzle toys, although some concepts overlap. Continue reading
Polychromos artists’ colour pencils are valued for their matchless quality by professional artists around the world. Their high standard ensures that Polychromos artists’ colour pencils are ideal for use in the graphic arts, for free artistic expression, and for the precise colouring of plans. Faber-Castell’s quality standards are applied consistently throughout the manufacturing process. Continue reading
Pen is one of simple material for artist, it’s really common for contemporary artist and many pen or ballpoint with edge of technology gave some options for improvement and encouraging artist for making artwork.
Fineliner tips may be made of plastic or hard felt. Plastic tips are more durable, but both felt and plastic can be damaged by too much writing pressure. Use a light hand to prevent tips from fraying or distorting. In our experience, there is no consistent difference between the degree of smoothness provided by the two materials. Continue reading
Earth art, also referred to as Land art or Earthworks, is largely an American movement that uses the natural landscape to create site-specific structures, art forms, and sculptures. The movement was an outgrowth of Conceptualism and Minimalism: the beginnings of the environmental movement and the rampant commoditization of American art in the late 1960s influenced ideas and works that were, to varying degrees, divorced from the art market. Continue reading
Satire is a genre of literature, and sometimes graphic and performing arts, in which vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, corporations, government, or society itself into improvement. Although satire is usually meant to be humorous, its greater purpose is often constructive social criticism, using wit to draw attention to both particular and wider issues in society. Continue reading