Laurie Lipton

Que gustazo ver dibujos a lápiz con este nivel de detalle. Geniales.

 

Laurie Lipton was born in New York and began drawing at the age of four. She was the first person to graduate from Carnegie-Mellon University in Pennsylvania with a Fine Arts Degree in Drawing (with honours). She has lived in Holland, Belgium, Germany and France and has made her home in London since 1986. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout Europe and the USA.

Lipton was inspired by the religious paintings of the Flemish School. She tried to teach herself how to paint in the style of the 16th century Dutch Masters and failed. When traveling around Europe as a student, she began developing her very own peculiar drawing technique building up tone with thousands of fine cross-hatching lines like an egg tempera painting. “It’s an insane way to draw”, she says, “but the resulting detail and luminosity is worth the amount of effort. My drawings take longer to create than a painting of equal size and detail.”

“It was all abstract and conceptual art when I attended university. My teachers told me that figurative art went ‘out’ in the Middle Ages and that I should express myself using form and shapes, but splashes on canvas and rocks on the floor bored me. I knew what I wanted: I wanted to create something no one had ever seen before, something that was brewing in the back of my brain. I used to sit for hours in the library copying Durer, Memling,Van Eyck, Goya and Rembrandt. The photographer, Diane Arbus, was another of my inspirations. Her use of black and white hit me at the core of my Being. Black and white is the color of ancient photographs and old TV shows… it is the color of ghosts, longing, time passing, memory, and madness. Black and white ached. I realized that it was perfect for the imagery in my work.”

 

Laurie Lipton

 

Kyle Stewart

Las pinturas del pintor canadiense Kyle Stewart.

LEON – ‘2033’

2033‘ is a kaleidoscopic rabbit hole of swirling objects and beautiful faces. A psychedelic music clip in 2D / 3D animation and stopmotion.

Evelyn Bracklow

Fear, disgust, fascination and admiration. This very interplay of feelings constitutes the charm of the Evelyn Bracklow work.

Liu Guangguang

La genial, loca y divertida obra del artista chino Liu Guangguang.

Rocío Montoya

Los preciosos collages de la fotógrafa, diseñadora y editora Rocío Montoya.

Saskia Roberts

Saskia Roberts is a womenswear fashion and accessories designer, and recent graduate of Kingston University London, finishing with a first class BA (Hons) degree in Fashion Design. Saskia thrives in a creative working environment, with an enthusiastic and motivated approach, and a keen eye for detail. With a particular interest in craft and textiles, Saskia aims to create wearable garments that are exciting on both a tactile and visual level, combined with an essence of the ‘hand-crafted’ and ‘hand-finished’. Saskia is also an enthusiastic accessories designer, and for her final collection designed a series of ceramic cuffs, terracotta bags and moulded fabric clutches to accompany and enhance her collection looks, as well as stand alone as objects.

365 Paintings for Ants

Lorraine Loots is an artist based in Cape Town, she started a 365 project at the beginning of 2013. Every day she paints a miniature painting, each with a different theme.

BASIL

The side tables BASIL were born from the desire of Arthur Leitner to use the natural qualities of cork. He has associated the solidity and lightness of a structure in steel with a geometric table top in cork (sphere, pyramid, parallelepiped). The strength of the object comes from its simple aesthetic and it is without complexes that BASIL can move from a side table next to a sofa to a bedside table.

Mercedes Helnwein

Las pinturas y dibujos de la joven artista Mercedes Helnwein.

FYTCH -. In these shadows ft. Carmen Forbes

Everybody has a mask to hide their shadows. Music video for FYTCH by Blunt Gorilla.

The Interrupted Portrait of Oscar Pistorius

by Natalie Holland

Hubert de Lartigue

Los sensuales morritos pintados con la técnica de la aerografía por el artista Hubert de Lartigue.

5BVHS Skateboards

VHS serie by 5BORO Skateboards

DOLOMYTH by alcarol

El duo de diseñadores italianos formado por Andrea Forti y Eleonora Dal Farra han creado los Dolomyth, un trozo recortado de montaña transformada en una original mesita auxiliar.

NOMAD by Alexey Pavo

Inspired by the great outdoors and spirit of adventure, NOMAD is a loyal companion. It combines both, traditional and modern materials and technology. Classic design makes NOMAD a reliable tool, while innovative approach makes it relevant and unique.

Vulkan Beehive

Los chicos noruegos del estudio arquitectura y diseño Snøhetta han creado unas llamativas y geométricas colmenas.

Type Safari with James Victore

A tour of Brooklyn and Queens with James Victore, looking at, talking about and trying to make sense of type on the street.

Camille Kachani

La mezcla de orgánico e inorgánico del artista y escultor Camille Kachani.

RETRATOS by Melissa Dupont

Retratos” es una mirada a los los personajes retratados en el pasado, buscando un sinergia con el presente. Una crítica a la rigidez de los retratos inspirado en el Graffiti.

Enrique Diaz-Rato

Recopilación con algunos de los preciosos diseños creados por el diseñador industrial Enrique Diaz-Rato.

Evie Cahir

Evie Cahir nos sigue sorprendiendo con sus geniales ilustraciones y sus sorprendentes composiciones.

POISE

The Poise Collection for Council Inc. comprises a table, a bench, and a stool. The table’s surface is made up of three wood and stone panels that hardly seem to touch, creating an impression of weightlessness and buoyancy.

Mario Marín González

Las geniales series “Missing People” y “Toldos” del artista Mario Marín González.

Matthew Quick

La siempre divertida obra de Matthew Quick.

Jenny Morgan

Las expresivas caras pintadas por Jenny Morgan.

BAROCK

Photographic installation by Renate Buser at the Bellelay Abbey Foundation.

Lou Moria shoes

La curiosa colección de zapatos de la diseñadora Lou Moria con los que nos obliga a interactuar antes de llegar a usarlos.

Chol1

Chol1 es una marca dedicada al diseño y fabricación de mobiliario que incorpora pasión y cotidiano. Formada hace un año por Manuel Rossel, Diseñador Industrial y ciclista profesional, combina la pasión por el deporte y el diseño. Los muebles de Chol1 buscan adaptarse a un estilo de vida respetuoso y humano a través de un diseño cuidado, práctico y creativo. Está dirigido a personas que transforman su pasion en un estilo de vida, tanto sobre la bicicleta, un tabla de surf o cualquier otra actividad.

MEMEX | Duologue

A 3D study of mortality exploring new photographic processes, in this case photogrammetry.

Ghost In The Machine (blood robot selfie)

Artist, Ted Lawson, creates a life-sized self-portrait drawing, in his own blood, using a robot.