Peter Gric

23 05 2016





Marco Polo 1

7 07 2015

I don’t know why I gathered these images under the name Marco Polo. I know we studied him a lot when I was a kid. The spice routes. His different journeys. It was such a great adventure and excited all of Europe when his book was published. For me, it was like science fiction before I’d read Asimov, seen Star Wars, been introduced to Mr. Spock.

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Ricardo Salamanca

14 06 2015

Ricardo Salamanca work ranges from the comic to the macabre. He is a funny man. And his work has detail and polish. I like it.





When world’s explode…

24 05 2015

When Worlds Explodeby David Halliday





Peter Gric

24 05 2015

Peter Gric. A post-apocalyptic world. Dominated by rocks. And giganticism. In which the human figures look like insect remains. The only survivors. There are stories in these paintings. Waiting to be told.





Shusei Nagaoka

4 04 2015

Japanese illustrator Shusei Nagaoka is best known for his music album cover art in the 1970s and 80s which included Electric Light Orchestra, Earth, Wind & Fire, Deep Purple, Space, Maze, George Clinton, Kitaro, Rose Royce, Caldera, and Pure Prairie League.

So much of this work reminds me of Renaissance paintings of heaven, angels included. Of course the new god is technology.

 

 





David V Palumbo

19 03 2015

I’ve always held a fascination with narrative images.  Discovering and interpreting stories and information through pictures is a way to bypass the constraints of language and communicate on a more direct level.  An idea expressed as an image becomes adaptable to every person.