Dzia is a street artist from Belgium who has been painting giant murals of animals for almost three years. He has become well known for his distinctive, highly detailed style that uses geometric lines both bold and thin to create truly amazing murals of animals. His artwork can often be found brightening even the most
It’s difficult to do more than open a website today before you’re faced with a semi-hilarious internet meme, but Javier Mayoral’s small surrealist paintings are easily the best of them all. The artist, who has received no formal training, paints in his spare time when he’s not working as a chef – a fact that
iCON is a street artist from Thamesmead in the south east of London (an area infomous for being the back drop to the cult movie classic A Clockwork Orange). Mostly working with contrasting styles of cartoon and reality iCON delivers messages of social commentary through his socially conscious street art. Pioneer of a street art
Muralist Mona Caron is doing an incredible job with her murals of plants she paints on buildings from Portland and São Paulo to Spain and Taiwan. She lives in San Francisco and has both local and international partnerships with many social and environmental justice organizations.
Rone has gone from spearheading Melbourne’s fledgling street art movement in the early 2000s, as a member of the Everfresh crew, to being a celebrated fixture on the international street art scene. His work has been acquisitioned by the National Gallery of Australia, commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria to work with Jean Paul
Glenn Brown (1966) is a British artist. He is known for the use of appropriation in his paintings. Starting with reproductions from other artists’ works, Glenn Brown transforms the appropriated image by changing its colour, position, orientation, height and width relationship, mood and/or size. Despite these changes, he has occasionally been accused of plagiarism.
Antonio Lopez (1943 – 1987) was a fashion illustrator whose work appeared in such publications as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Interview and The New York Times. Several books collecting his illustrations have been published. In his obituary, the New York Times called him a “major fashion illustrator.” He generally signed his works as “Antonio.”
Ricardo Martinez, born: 1956 Santiago, Chile of Spanish immigrant Parents. He moved to Spain (Madrid) with his family in May 1969. Ricardo began his professional career towards the end of the seventies. Soon he was creating illustrations for publications, advertising agencies, and comic books. From then until now, Ricardo has been both the writer and
Detroit-based artist Pat Perry renders intricate, fantastical portraits of humans and our relationship to the natural world—a dynamic that is sometimes … His multi-media drawings and paintings range from monochrome sketches handheld notebooks to multicolored murals on building walls.
Steven Rhodes is an Australian artist, illustrator, and graphic designer. His original illustrative style is spiced up by a dark sense of humor. Featured below are some of his best works.
Dink Siegel is a legendary illustrator known for his alluring and funny illustrations that were often published by Playboy throughout his career. Siegel was an American visual artist who was born in 1910. His work was lauded for capturing the zeitgeist of the 60’s, especially the sex-related side of things. Many works by the artist