Oh my god this is fucking amazing
On the one hand, this is gorgeous work.
But on the other, how come small children’s art is only considered valuable when their artist parents have turned it into something that we understand, which may have nothing to do with their intentions?
Reading the article linked by the OP, it seems as though the adult artist consults with her child artist to “get a feel for the idea behind the lines drawn.”
Born in Wexford, Jimmy Lawlor now lives and works in Mayo. Initially working in the field of Illustration, Jimmy opted to devote all of his time to a career in fine art painting in the late 1990s. He has since exhibited extensively in galleries throughout Ireland and had many images published alongside magazine articles and advertisements.
Jimmy’s work derives its inspiration from his pastoral surroundings. He presents familiar scenes of rural Ireland: the people, towns, landscapes and animals, but with a humorous twist; often illustrating literal transcriptions of colloquial expressions. via Oisín Gallery
the struggle is real
Tiniest foot tutorial. Can add toes or just have shoe. Is good. Have day.
Have you guys heard about these metallic temporary jewelry tattoos? They look amazing and are literally stick on tattoos. Here’s a link to where you can buy some. (Etsy Shop) You may also like: (UV light tattoos)
- go to this website
- paste the url of the mix and click the green button
- now you can select all, or select just a few
- click ‘download selected’
- it’s gonna download as a .zip
The Shadowman (Papa Legba)
I got high last night, and woke with this on my table
This is much more beautiful than whatever it was supposed to look like.
Drawn in Sai with the Huion GT-220.
Artist: Lean13, Eric-Anthony Johnson
In his first exhibit with Seattle-based Roq La Rue since 2009′s Requiarium (covered), Brian Despain (interviewed) is primed and ready with a whole bag of new tricks for his upcoming show next month. Opening Friday, February 11th, Tin Machines and Mercuric Dreams will continue to highlight the artist’s expertise with the brush, with a new series of brilliantly rendered oil paintings of his personable robot characters in desolate landscapes rife with iconography and symbolism for the viewer to draw meaning and inspiration from. This exhibit, however, will also feature Brian’s creative range in three-dimensions, as his first two bronze sculptures will be on display during the show. The early images we have here to share with you, both of some new paintings and drawings as well as one of the bronzes, look extremely promising and set the stage for an intriguing showing on the horizon.