Posts Tagged ‘prints’
“A skilled digital artist, Jeffery Scott blends layers upon layers of virtual matter to create scenes that seem to materialize directly from the subconscious – a complex method that allows him to reach greater depths than with other mediums. Deconstructed cyborgs, baroque human drama and classic erotica are the principal themes of Jeffery Scott’s oeuvre and each category includes dozens of striking images telling individual stories.”
Some of his prints are available here.
“Life is a relationship with fleetingness, and Death: a magazine for the enthusiast and non-enthusiast alike is a bi-annual magazine that speaks to this; a curated journal asking writers and visual artists to address the topic however they wish, in whatever tone. What is it, and – if I care – why do I care?”
[via lost at e minor]
Interesting illustrations by Carbine…
A new print by Anthony Cozzi. Wait… is that a Bambi?
Popshot Magazine is a bi-annual British based arts publication that champions contemporary poetry and illustration. They recently opened The Print Shop, an opportunity to bring beautiful and affordable illustration prints to the walls of visual art/illustration lovers around the world. Each illustration is Giclee printed, produced in limited edition runs of 150 and measures at a whopping 550mm x 675mm. Same great samples below…