AJ Fosik has fulfilled my need to find something completely knew and unique. His work is like nothing I have seen before. Not only is his work meticulously crafted but invites the viewer to think.
These paintings (Oil on Linen) of monkeys became quite a hit in London. Monkeys generaly imply some sort of social satire and I belive thats why people took to these. I certainly don’t think the work would have been coined as contemporary art if the artiest decided to draw a bunch of elephants in the same way. Personally, I think monkeys are a reflection for humans animalism. A reminder of our own once primordial ancestors which in turn makes our treasured superior animal condition (human) fallible.
Andrea Innocent is an Australian born illustrator, designer and fashion designer. Her latest work explores Japanese pop culture. Themes investigate traditional Japanese folk tales and Japanese textiles and their meanings. I absolutely love the mix of western and eastern styles.
$32,500 not quite in your price range then? Me neither…
Boris Vallejo 1978 Tarzan Calendar
5500 USD (maybe at the end of the month.)
Frank Frazetta Devil Rider Painting Original Art (circa 1970)
19 000 USD
Hal Foster Prince Valiant Sunday Comic Strip
11 000 USD
Isnt Audrey Kawasaki simply great. I just love her work.
Audrey Kawasaki – She Who Dares
Audrey Kawasaki – ak Chair