Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

Breaking Bad Poster Series

October 7th, 2013

For the final episode of AMC’s Breaking Bad show, I created these two posters of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). If you’ve seen the show you’d immediately recognize the blue as a representation of Walter’s high-purity methamphetamine. Without spoiling the show, you’ll notice there is more blue crystal on Pinkman’s face than there is on Walt’s. In that lies the concept of these posters. The posters were created for fun using only a few images.

More images on Behance.

Remarkable Driftwood Sculptures by Jeffro Uitto

September 25th, 2013

Jeffro Uitto is an artist based out of Tokeland, WA. His favorite medium is wood and each piece is found on the shoes of Tokeland, the banks of Smith Creek, or the valleys between the Willapa Hills. Most of Jeffro’s tools are actually hand made as well.

Check out more of his amazing work on his website.


Balsa Wood Pixel Art Sculptures by Shawn Smith

September 24th, 2013

Shawn Smith is the artist behind these fantastic, pixel-ish looking sculptures. Each is painted using acrylic paint over top short sticks of balsa or bass wood on edge. What surprised me most about these pieces is that they’re very dimensional. If you look at them from the plane they sit on you can see exactly what I’m talking about. Definitely check out more of Shawn’s work on his website.


‘Incarnate’ a Paper Skull Sculpture by Maskull Lasserre

August 27th, 2013

Maskull Lasserre was born 1978 in Calgary, Alberta. He spent his early childhood in South Africa and returned to Canada to settle in the Ottawa area. Lasserre’s work ranges from drawings to sculptures that explore the unexpected potential of the everyday and its associated structures of authority, class, and value. See more of his work here.

Sculptures Made from Stainless Steel Ribbons by Gil Bruvel

May 30th, 2013

Gil Bruvel a Texas based artist, is the creator of these remarkable stainless steel sculptures. Though I’m not sure exactly how these are made, it appears that he molds the shape initially using clay or a plaster and then casts the form in stainless steel.

…with each ribbon, the eye bends, curves, assembles, deforms, and traces the edges of each subject. The ribbons direct my emotions and creative flow with a force like I have never felt before. The smaller ones are subtle-the larger ones are essential, but they all flow together to create one being. The multiple patterns of the lines effectively illustrate the multifaceted parts of what makes us human.

Via Colossal


Portraits Made Entirely of Screws by Andrew Myers

March 24th, 2013

These pieces of art created by Andrew Myers are very intriguing. Each piece uses screws at different depths to give the piece it’s own depth. After placing the screws, he uses oils to paint the image on the heads of the screws which also help bring the piece alive.

Check out more of Andrew’s work here.


Deconstructed Sculptures by Regardt Van Der Meulen

March 3rd, 2013

Regardt van der Meulen is an artist living in Johannesburg, South Africa. In this sculpture series titled ‘Drip’, Regardt says that “the human body with its strength and fragility lie at the core of this series of works, while exposing the illusion of safety in modern society.” Each of the pieces are made from steel pieces welded together.


Paper Illustration by Lavanya Naidoo

February 25th, 2013

Lavanya Naidoo is a designer/artist based out of Cape Town, South Africa. Her work with paper is so remarkable that I couldn’t resist posting her newest piece titled “Can I Stay?”.


Parade of Flower Sculptures in Holland

January 18th, 2013

Each year on the first Sunday of September, the Bloemencorso Zundert flower sculpture parade happens on the streets of Holland. These giant sculptures are made almost entirely of flowers. They only flowers you can use are dahlias, and your additional materials may include wire, cardboard, and decorations as paper-mache. Via Mallforarts.


Sculptures Made from Pencils by Jessica Drenk

January 9th, 2013

Jessica Drenk is a South Carolina-based artist who creates amazing sculptures from simple materials such as pencils. In this series she first glued pencils together into a form and then used an electric sander to shape it. Via Colossal.


Car Built with Painted Human Bodies

January 4th, 2013

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Emma Hack, the skin painter/illustrator that did the Gotye video we all know about, created this really wild optical illustration of a car. She used 17 men and women to lay in the form of the car. The project was created in support of the Motor Accident Commission of South Australia. They used it as a way to highlight the dangers of speeding. Via Scene360.


Dense Doodle Drawings from Sagaki Keita

January 3rd, 2013

Japanese artist Sagaki Keita creates composite pen and ink illustrations using thousands of densely drawn doodles to form a bigger picture. The amount of time to draw these must be substantial. You can see more on his website. Via Colossal.

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