Illustration is a tree -no pun intended- with hundreds of beautiful branches. Today we’re going to discover the world of botanical illustration. I want to introduce this topic with an illustration by Rosie Sanders I think really sums up the topic: scientific accuracy together with a fresh, modern realistic style. What I find most fascinating about it […]
The cover of the latest issue of National Geographic, an important magazine dedicated to the knowledge of our planet, is one of the most iconic in the long history of the newspaper. The image, designed by the Mexican artist Jorge Gamboa, represents an iceberg that, under the surface of the water, turns into a gigantic […]
On the border between attraction and repulsion are Jason Briggs’s porcelain sculptures. Clearly allusive to a sexuality to be discovered. The artist invents amphorities fused together and allusive to the various sexual characteristics of the female and male body. Briggs gives life to porcelain sculptures that attract you to touch them but on the other […]
From the picture you can see just one corridor, interrupted by a table with two chairs. Actually, there are four corridors in a cross-shaped plan, all directed towards the center, where a table is placed. Every corridor is lightened by a neon light, two yellow ones and two red ones. In the center there is a […]
Discover with us the world of the mixed-media artist Madeleine Gross. She uses the color with mastery, blending harmoniously in the photographic context. His artworks are delicate but at the same time with character, unique in its kind.
“I grew up in Suffolk where the skies are vast and the land is low and flat. My grandad was an architect and he taught me the rudiments of technical drawing when I was 9. He made me a drawing board and a T square, and showed me how to sharpen a pencil with a […]