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Posts da categoria: art
Last wednesday was the opening ceremony of ArtRio – International Art Fair of Rio de Janeiro, at Pier Mauá, here in Rio. ♥ Here’s a little of what you’ll see there: Works of the following artists: Rogério Reis (Ninguém é de Ninguém #1, … Continue lendo
Is there anything cuter than rosy cheeks? :) 1. Detail of Coyote Ghost, beautiful work of illustrator Rebecca Green. 2. Little birdie, a very delicate picture by Marie Hochhaus. 3. Devon Aoki by Mario Sorrenti for The Face October 1997. 4. Lovely illustration by … Continue lendo
I had not visited the Salvador Dalí exhibition here in Rio, at CCBB, for a number of reasons. Among them, I must confess, is the fact that I’ve never been a big fan of the surrealist movement. Don’t get me … Continue lendo
1. I have a secret, beautiful illustration by Daniela Dahf Henríquez. 2. Be careful not to crush him, so cute! The pic is Theresa‘s. 3. Berry delicious! How not to love berries? Cute pic by Barb D’Arpino. 4. One of … Continue lendo
∴ ∴ Jen Mann‘s work is pretty amazing. I’d love to have one of her paitings in my living room. ♥ ∴ info ∴ Jen Mann website & tumblr.
Cameras is an installation by spanish artist SpY in Madrid: 150 false security cameras “with the intention of not watching over anything“. Impossible not to reflect on our increasingly voyeuristic society and over our lives, more monitored every day. ∴ info ∴ SpY … Continue lendo
Conrad Roset‘s muses are really beautiful. I’m always delighted with their colors and shapes. ♥ « Remember this gorgeous book that he illustrated? » ∴ info ∴ Conrad Roset website.
You know when sometimes you find someone whose work touches you deep inside the soul? That’s what happened when I saw Fumi Koike‘s artwork. I am completely in love and dreaming with one of her paintings here in my house. … Continue lendo
I think Jordan Clark‘s collage work is pretty amazing. He plays with digital and paper collages, creating a very kaleidoscopic and interesting view of the world. ∴ info ∴ Jordan Clark website & flickr.