"Por Una Cabeza" by artist Pelado covers a wall in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires on March 5, 2013. Buenos Aires has become one of the world's top capitals for international street art. (Natacha Pisarenko/Associated Press) #
Link's Burden Paper-cut illustration created for The Triforce Tribute at Land Gallery, an epic multi-medium show celebrating all things Zelda. Featuring new work from 30 international artists, curated by ourselves and Jolby.
Spanish design firm Forma Co. decided to explore the capacity of minimalist iconography by experimenting with a few pop-culture icons. Their Re-Visions series reinterprets franchises like Marvel Comics, KISS and the Barcelona Football Club to name a few. Amazing to see how the slightest visual cues can conjure up a conditioned mind's memory of a popular brand or concept!
Tim Doyle is an illustrator / print maker / former comics books store owner / nerd living in Austin, Texas. In this series of prints, from his collection named “Unreal estate”, an homage to the Simpsons’ hometown Springfield.
Vader Helmet: perhaps the strangest narrative is presented in a case which shows a trajectory from Japanese helmet to first world war gas mask to Darth Vaders helmet and then to the helmets of the Fedayeen Sadaam.
16) The unity is this work would be the repetition of the circle can shape and the dripping of the paint after each bottom can.The variety in this piece of art would be the different values of the colors used and the either thickness of the dripping painting lines vs. the thinness of some of the dripping painting lines.