Over 1,000 Pieces of Contemporary Art to be Given Away For Free
Contemporary artist Ted Mikulski will be giving away over 1,000 pieces of his original artwork on the streets of Manhattan, starting from August 1, 2012. Ted will approach random people and offer his lovely artworks for free. The pieces are of different sizes, and are created on varied mediums like canvas, wood, vinyl, plastic, and paper.
The intention of Ted’s project is introduce the beauty of visual art to people who may not have any contact with the world of art before. There will also be a fun hide and seek element to the project, where people will be able to track the artist’s location via Twitter (@TedMikulski), and try to get their hands on a piece of great art.
Visit his site for more details.
• 14 July 2012 • 2 notes
“Love Me” Artist Curtis Kulig Opens New Online Shop
Artist and photographer Curtis Kulig infamous “Love Me” tag can be seen stickered and spray painted all around New York city. Kulig has now launched his new online shop, which will feature a poster set, a signature tote bag, and his much coveted stickers.
• 11 July 2012 • 9 notes
Maria Kazvan’s Beautiful Photography
Maria Kazvan is a 22 year old photographer who lives and works in Lviv, Ukraine. Her lush photographs, shot on Fujifilm Superia film on her Minolta XD-11 camera, are suffused with a wonderfully dreamy and sensual quality. Kazvan’s terrific photography belies her young age, and shows great promise.
Check out more of her works on her site | blog | Flickr.
• 5 July 2012 • 11 notes
Tal Avitzur’s Robot Night Lights
Artist Tal Avitzur makes robots. Specifically robots made of junk that no one else wants. And while his robots may not be able to clean your house, wash you car, or play minion to your evil genius, they can, however, light up.
• 19 June 2012
A Humorous Diorama of Athens Rocked by Protests
Greek Architect and Scenographer, Dimitris Polychroniadis created his newest work for the cover of the upcoming issue of Athens Voice, the city’s most popular free press weekly magazine. The humorous diorama depicts the country’s idyllic summer being disrupted by protests. The issue will be published this coming Thursday, before a critical Greek national election that will be held on June 17, 2012.
• 11 June 2012 • 26 notes
“New York, 1963” - An Art Print by LifeVersa
Artist LifeVersa’s latest screen print pays tribute to the one of the most famous photographs taken of Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X together.
Titled “New York, 1963,” the 18” x 24” print is limited to an edition of 100, and is printed on French paper. As with his other releases, the prints will comes hand signed and numbered by the artist himself. The prints will be released for sale on June 9th, 2012.
Visit LifeVersa’s site for more details.
• 8 June 2012
This is not the latest work of French master painter/illustrator Antoine Helbert, but for some reason I feel this human/animal series really actual! He has such an eclectic style, very different between all his graphics but equally outstanding.
• 8 June 2012 • 5 notes