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© Jonathan Atkinson, 2013 gutenberg Copyright Hand Crafted in the U.S.A.
26th of August

Anthony Francisco Schepperd: The Music Scene


 

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1st of August

Great artwork by Owen Smith


I love the way he exaggerate proportions and emphasise volume and movement. The 1900 to 1950′s figures crowd the frame and overlap each other in angular or swirling composition. He says he is often called on to depict scenes of sexual tension or implied violence. To which he added that it did not matter if the subject is serious or pure kitsch, his work is always about human interaction and isolation. I hope you enjoy his work. :)

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18th of July

Presenting the lovely artwork of Aron Wiesenfeld


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12th of July

Audrey Kawasaki Engraved Brooch


I have always loved Audrey Kawasaki’s illustrations and these brooches engraved with her signature illustrations are the latest to come out of her workshop. You can buy them here.

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20th of June

Illustrations by Asaf Hanuka


While I was collecting examples of  Asaf’s work I started to notice that it looked very similar to Tomer’s work. I have subsequently learnt that they are in fact twin brothers. Asaf Hanuka and Tomer Hanuka. I posted Tomer Hanuka’s work fairly recently and I guess this is now in part acting as a follow up post.  Asafs work is equally good and one or two illustrations can be compared to Istvan Banyai in style.

Asaf also does a weekly comic which is a documentation of one family’s search of a home. Definitely worth checking out.

His subject matter is thought provoking and unique. I hope you enjoy his illustrations:

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13th of June

Paula Sanz Caballero lovely sewn illustrations


Quote from the artist: “I began to experiment with fabric and embroidery, and my technique evolves from the figurative pictorial concept to the sewn finish, drawing on the topics full of irony, tortuous relationships, crime and scornful feminine revenge. Since then, my artwork, as well as my graphic design illustrations have been based on this stylistic pattern.” Paula’s Website

I really love the tactile feeling of these sewn illustrations. Note that there are the full pieces and to each piece there is one relating zoomed image which you need to have a look at if you want to get a feeling for her work.

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