Tag: visual art

  • Monday Moodboard: Graceful Movements Turned into Symmetrical Charcoal Drawings by Heather Hansen

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2014-02-03 in #news
    Monday Moodboard: Graceful Movements Turned into Symmetrical Charcoal Drawings by Heather Hansen

    We all know that the human body is capable of many graceful movements (which is what the art of dance celebrates), but one artist has thought of an amazing way to translate them into mesmerizing visual masterpieces on paper. I'm sure you'll also find her entire process as fascinating as the finished artworks themselves.

  • Paulina Otylie Surys: The Marriage of the Dreamy and the Macabre

    written by geegraphy on 2012-11-28 in #news
    Paulina Otylie Surys: The Marriage of the Dreamy and the Macabre

    If you haven’t heard of Paulina Otylie Surys yet, then we’re here to remedy the situation.

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  • Illustrator Andrea Wan and Her Stories on Photography

    written by jeanettelee on 2011-11-08 in #lifestyle
    Illustrator Andrea Wan and Her Stories on Photography

    Meet Andrea Wan! She is a Vancouver based illustrator and visual artist in Vancouver BC, who loves to take analog photographs as one of her hobbies. Andrea is definitely a gem in Vancouver and is growing strong as an artist. She has a strong passion for storytelling and creating visual images! For the first time, she is sharing some of her photographs! Check out some of her creative shots that reflect her character, and inspirations.

  • Floppy Pixels: The Art of Nick Gentry

    written by nyebe on 2011-09-02 in #news
    Floppy Pixels: The Art of Nick Gentry

    Do you ever wonder what to do with those fulfilled floppy disks, peacefully retired inside your storage room? Now that they're barely enough to store an mp3 file and with most computers unequipped with drives to read them anyway, Nick Gentry has found a creative way of recycling them... by using them as canvasses.

  • First Fridays in Richmond VA

    written by plaidleaf on 2009-09-26 in #world #locations
    First Fridays in Richmond VA

    If it’s the First Friday of the month, you know what to do. Get yourself over to Broad St., just past Belvedere. If you drive over, chances are you’ll have a hard time finding parking, but it’s definitely worth the parking space hunt if that’s your only mode of transportation. A bicycle or your own two feet are probably the quickest way to get there.

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