Category Archives: Art

UET-Attila-Blaga

For 25 years I am working on a book about the Tarot. Finally I’m very close to finish the project. Meanwhile I started working also on a board game based on the Tarot deck.
Originally I planned to use the traditional Reader-Waite-Smith deck, but ultimately I changed my mind and I decide it to create my own deck.
For several years I was trying to convince artists to create together a new tarot deck, but eventually I had to do it on my own. These are the four Aces. (more…)


Category: Art, digital art

Won Park the money folder

Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. The goal of this art is to create a representation of an object using geometric folds and crease patterns preferably without the use of gluing or cutting the paper, and using only one piece of paper. (more…)


Category: Art, Origami
Category: Art, Paintings

Comics About Popular Movies And Games

ONCE UPON A GEEK vol.1 is a collection of 250 black and white illustrations that revisits with humor the daily lives of our favorite heroes! (more…)


Street Art by Fauxreel

Street artist Dan Bergeron-better known as Fauxreel- talks about aesthetics and purpose in his work. (more…)


Category: Art, street art

2D or not 2D

Alexander Khokhlov is a young Russian photographer who explores the visually strength of paint and makeup in his 2D or not 2D series. Working with makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan and retouching expert Veronica Ershova, Khokhlov manages to capture women and men as pictorial reinterpretations of themselves, inspired by two-dimensional posters, comics, pop art, impressionist paintings, pixelated images, and cartoon characters. (more…)


Category: Art, Photography

Surreal Illustrations by SHOUT

Alessandro Gottardo also goes by the name Shout. He recently released a hardcover book called Shout Mono which you can preview here. I particularly liked this quote from him that was in the product description, (more…)


Category: Art, Illustration
Category: Art, street art

Ceramic Sculptures by Haejin Lee

Ceramicist Haejin Lee designs sculptures that seem to unwind before your eyes, ceramic structures that free and splay outwards to make faces far more impressive. Using minimal color Lee instead concentrates on her shapeshifting sculptures, often including human elements like eyes and mouths that grow from the chaos. (more…)


Category: Art, Sculpture

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