Queensland, Australia-based artist Loui Jover creates striking artworks by using pen and dripping ink on pages of vintage books. While many of his pieces show the complicated emotions on a woman's face, Jover is equally adept at creating romantic love scenes of faceless silhouettes. Of course, his most powerful works are the ones where the ink drops in just the right places, at times…Continue
Since we last checked in with UK-based artist Carne Griffiths he's been busy creating even more beautiful portraits in his signature style, that is, using just tea and ink. This Thursday, July 12, he's opening an exhibition called…Continue
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A friend recently posed the question: “Why on earth do we still receive free phone books anymore? Have the phone book people not heard of the Internet!” Though I agree with her statement, artist Carlos Zuniga certainly does not! The artist relies on these trusty printed books to produce his work, a creative interpretation of written text transformed into visual…Continue
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Best known for his stencil and spray paint work, artist Kris Trappeniers has undertaken a new art project involving an artist's most basic materials — ink and paper. The Belgium-based artist's series of illustrations, known as Analog haftones, feature contemporary portraits of ordinary…
The work of French artist Ciou (pronounced see-you) is a funky, dark, and enchanting collection of mixed media pieces. Born in Toulouse, the incredibly talented artist creates her playful characters and animals with huge eyes and long, lanky bodies. The acrylic and ink artwork, drawn on top of a collage base of old papers, is incredibly elaborate and bursting with color and…Continue
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Not all artists have the good fortune of pursuing their art full-time. Taiwan-based artist Rola Chang, aka Jungshan, moonlights as a freelance illustrator during her off time from her day job as a general office clerk at a technology company. She keeps her creativity flowing and thriving through her emotionally charged ink illustrations.
Drawing inspiration from Chinese and…Continue
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My name is Michal Kubacki and I’m creator of TIMELESSLINE – my movement in art.
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