Animated classic paintings by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

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By Rebekah Rhoden in Video on Tuesday 28 January 2014

This video is probably the most stunning thing we’ve seen in quite a while. Using a 2.5D animation effect, Rino Stefano Tagliafierro brought these iconic paintings to life in a beautiful, haunting way. Everything from the sequence to the music creates an atmosphere that is nearly impossible to take your eyes away from. Yes, technology […]

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Hyperrealistic paintings by Borja Bonafuente

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Sunday 12 January 2014

Bands like The Beatles, KISS and Queen not only left deep marks in the world of music, but in the art world as well. Seeing the endless source of inspiration, interpretation and creation, the young Spanish artist Borja Bonafuente Gonzalo combines the history of portraiture with music. Since his life is music, he is reflecting […]

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Realistic 3D goldfish paintings by Riusuke Fukahori

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Thursday 5 December 2013

Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori is known for his three-dimensional goldfish paintings created by pouring resin – the material they use for sculptures and not the dried grape that old people love to eat. Badum-tss! He had been practicing his craft for eight years before he became a hit online last year with his life-like creations. Now there are many copycats, but there can only be one master of the three-dimensional goldfish.

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A Trip to the Movies: art series by Brad Lamers

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By Brad Lamers in New Illustration on Saturday 16 November 2013

I worked for years in the movies at a Studio before I began painting. It was a great experience overall and helped me understand art better. My new series, A Trip to the Movies, is a bit of a revisit to that time and that world. I used the format of a script as the […]

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Aging Superhero: paintings by by Andreas Englund

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Friday 15 November 2013

Swedish artist Andreas Englund, through his current series of photorealistic oil paintings, visualizes to us the life of a superhero that’s quite past his prime. The series is called Aging Superhero, and it aims to show that despite old age, people can still do remarkable and praise-worthy things. I want him to make a series […]

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North Korean artists do paintings of contemporary China as a socialist utopia

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By Darragh Field in New Art on Thursday 7 November 2013

For their exhibition The Beautiful Future at Beijing Design Week, Nick Bonner and Dominic Johnson-Hill commissioned paintings of modern China from North Korean artists. The results were these remarkable pictures. At first glance they have the naivety of 1950s Americana, but on further examination, they seem to have been purposefully composed to capture a national […]

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Dreamscape paintings by Will Barras

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By Kevin Zych in New Art on Monday 4 November 2013

Will Barras is an artist, illustrator, and animator from Birmingham, England. He began his career when he started doodling with his friend between answering calls at a tiresome desk job. Today, years after hanging up the phone, his work has evolved into dynamic images featuring distorted figures walking, biking, and riding horses through colorful landscapes. […]

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Danish artist Dorte Naomi’s insightful interpretation of human decay

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By Louise Rosenkrands in New Art on Monday 21 October 2013

Dorte Naomi is a brilliant Danish artist who predominantly works with painting and printmaking. Her works are often dark and sexually implicit, but underneath all that darkness is a superbly insightful interpretation of human decay. Oh, and even better: she’s currently taking care of my old printing press, nicknamed ‘Big Robert’, because I can’t fit […]

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Chris McMahon adds monsters into Thrift Store artworks

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By Jake Sheridan in New Art on Monday 14 October 2013

Chris McMahon gets paintings from thrift stores and garage sales and then adds monsters to them. It’s as simple as that. It’s as effective as that. See green lakeland vistas stalked by hulking colossus’s, swamp monsters and even a land narwhal. The pairing of serene landscape and garish monster really works well.

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Surrealistic dreamscapes by Michael Page

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Friday 27 September 2013

When talking about dreamscapes, Michael Page is the right artist to mention. His work, literally, is fantastic: the shapes and colours merge like dreams, creating pop-surrealistic scenarios of animals and creatures but always with one foot in reality so we can relate to what he paints. The San Francisco-based artist is known for his vibrant […]

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The Sideshow Project

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By Vincent Serritella in New Art on Friday 20 September 2013

Sideshow is a project by Deb Ayerst that started out in a physical space and has now morphed into a virtual one. The artist met many amazing individuals at their day jobs in our business of advertising and design, only to discover after getting to know them that they have amazing creative interests that they […]

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Lost at Sea: an illustrated book by Danielle Buerli

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By Danielle Buerli in New Illustration on Monday 16 September 2013

Lost at Sea is an illustrated book about three strangers that all share a traumatic experience when a little boy falls overboard while on a whale watching boat. The story follows how each character deals with the event in different ways while falling in and out of their imagination. I created and illustrated the book […]

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Surreal landscapes by Jeremy Miranda

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By Danielle Buerli in New Art on Wednesday 11 September 2013

If I had to pick a colour pallet to dream in, I would choose Jeremy Miranda’s paintings, surreal atmospheric landscapes that are never over-worked. If you haven’t gotten your hands dirty painting in a while, you will want to after looking a Miranda’s work.

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Paintings depict scenes of extraordinary New Yorkers doing ordinary things

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By Darwin Cosico in New Art on Tuesday 10 September 2013

New York is known for many things and one of them is a place where you’re most likely to see a celebrity doing ordinary things. It’s a known fact that Woody Allen can always be spotted at his weekly clarinet set at Café Carlyle – a tiny supper club inside the Carlyle Hotel on Madison Avenue. So it’s not surprising that Tom Sanford’s latest work caught my attention.

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Amy Casey’s imaginative paintings of post-industrial Cleveland

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By Micha Hilliard in New Art on Tuesday 10 September 2013

In Amy Casey’s imaginative world, cities are creatures, constantly shifting and growing. Inspired by the post-industrial landscape of Cleveland, which is beset by decay and vacancy, she has made it her task as an artist to imagine a new empire that will rise out of the rubble. Her paintings combine nature and cities in amazing […]

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