Kevin Van Aelst

8 08 2011

There is magic in Kevin Van Aelst work. And a bit of impishness as well. If you’re down in the dumps check out this guy’s work. It’ll put a smile on your face. And you’ll want to show someone else.

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Sebastian Ospina

8 08 2011

Sometimes work is so professionally accomplished that one cannot see passed it. And so I introduce Mr. Ospina’s work. It’s not that I don’t like his work. You can tell that he knows what he’s doing. It just doesn’t ‘make it move’. I don’t see anything beyond the obvious. Of course this is subjective. And I’m tired. So we can hang it on that.

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There is also a few videos he has created. You might want to check those out.

 





Cecelia Webber

8 08 2011

Too much digital art is patterns. The colours and patterns are exciting to see. At first glance. But like Persian rugs, they fade. Ms. Webber’s use of nude bodies to create the illusion of flowers is quite stunning. The colours are brilliant and when one looks into the deals one feels as if one is in the presence of a fragile soul. But. Do they fade?

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Thom Thom aka Hephaestus or Thomas Louis Jacques Schmitt

8 08 2011

Street art. I’m new to this. Its always looked like graffitti to me. But then I saw this guy. Thom Thom aka Hephaestus or Thomas Louis Jacques Schmitt. His work is so interesting. Many years ago I did a similar type of work. But on a very small scale. His work his billboard side. But even the small images we get to look at are very interesting.

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He has also created a video to show you how he works.