To promote Faber-Castell’s top of the line artist pencils, advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather recreated masterpieces such as Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” and Vincent Van Gogh’s “Terrace Cafe at Night” using thousands of colored pencils.
[via Junk Culture]
• 21 June 2012 • 1,099 notes
Illustrations by filipina artist, Soleil Ignacio.
• 27 May 2012 • 73 notes
The classically inspired mechanical works of Beau Stanton
Opening April 12th at Bold Hype Gallery in NYC
• 10 May 2012 • 125 notes
It’s blood. NYC artist, Jordan Eagles, works solely with gallons upon gallons of blood obtained from a slaughterhouse. By manipulating the blood through heating, burning, aging, mixing with copper, adding foreign materials, and then encasing it in plexiglass and UV resin, Jordan is able to capture an array of organic designs. His large pieces are uncomfortably beautiful, especially when lit, the blood seems to glow against the clean white walls of a gallery.
• 1 May 2012 • 15,450 notes
Richard Avedon’s artist portraits: Picasso, Dali, Warhol, Lichtenstein, De Kooning, Duchamp, Bacon
• 28 April 2012 • 1,457 notes