I just spotted ONEQ on the behance network. I’m loving his work!!
I’ve noticed that my creativity seems to flow better when I lean towards the horror genre. I think a horror style allows for a lot more theatre. You can exaggerate expressions and manipulate lighting effects to create more drama in a piece. Anyhoo, I just said all of that to introduce another of my artworks. 🙂 This is an old painting. It has no rhyme or reason but I enjoyed painting it. I hope you like it!
Check out the art of Mi Ju, an artist from South Korea. It’s mind-blowing. Honestly. if I ever meet her, I’m gonna say: “Mi wants to be like Ju”. Okay not really. But the thought will be there.
Herbert Baglione is an amazing street artist that inspires me a lot. You can hear him talk about his art here.
Hi, as I was unable to provide a link to Yoko d’Holbachie’s art in an earlier post, I thought I’d rectify the situation now.
Seriously feast your eyes on the strange little beasts she creates. They are hypnotizing and despite their oddity, beautiful! I would love to meet this talented lady one day.
I love Damian Skinner’s crazy work so just had to share this speedy version of him painting! Awesomeness!
Sam Flores is an artist whose work I like . Hope you like it too! Hear him talk here.