Today we’ve some really impressive drawings from Russian artist, Mikhail Vyrtsev.
Australian-born, London-based Ron Mueck is as enigmatic as his sculptures. From a distended baby, stuck to the wall crucifixion-style and bearing an unnervingly intelligent demeanor far beyond his age, to a smaller-than-life, sick old woman, who curls up in a fetal pose under a
Danny Jone‘s Visual explorations of surreal objects and how light and form play into composition with a nod to industrial design—all through the lens of 3D.
Impressive hyper-real paintings by Cologne-based painter Mike Dargas.
Ryohei Hase is a freelance illustrator and artist from Tokyo, Japan. Ryohei’s paintings are often dark and gloomy but at the same time colorful and intriguing.
Paintings by American artist Alex Gross who are absolutely fantastic at portraying the consumer driven world we live in today through his timely paintings. Alex Gross is currently based in Los Angeles, California. In 1990, he received a BFA with honors from Art Center