Max Rock makes art. Somewhere between colourful street art and exceptional black and white ink drawings, lies his work. It’s serious, it’s cartoony, it’s playful, it’s aggressive. It’s all of these things and more. And it rocks.
I have a friend that takes photos during carwashes and they kinda look like this. But Erin O’Malley strikes gold with those iridescent, rainbow prism abstractions. O’Malley’s work depicts the interaction of light with transparent and reflective surface. She uses digital macro photography and a series of found objects to record the intricacies between light […]
A visual poet, Japanese digital artist HR-FM seeks to create scenes called “the future past” that combine elements of pop culture in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Bordering on modern cubism, each piece demonstrates the ravages of time on buildings, people, and material possessions.
Colorful is certainly the word when talking about the work of UK artist Simon Wild. It’s hard to be in anything but an upbeat mood after staring at all the swirling colors and bright shapes for even a minute or so.