Painting WIPs by Erik Jones.
Hello! If you’re in town (NYC), hope you can visit Sacred Gallery this Thursday, December 5, 8-11PM. Erik Jones will be showing together with Sofia Bogusz and Rodrigo Vallez. He has around 7 works up.
I assisted Erik a couple of times in the past month together with Michelle. The experience was nothing short of amazing. Erik is an overall talented and cool person. His process and vision is Mind. Blowing. You guys have to catch him and his works in person.
Sacred Gallery is at 2nd fl, 424 Broadway. Near Canal Street.
It’s the last month of this year and a new year will start soon. A good time to watch out for a new wall calendar. This one is about a girl and her cat. The beautiful illustrated story wants to be shared with dear friends and family. Just use the imagery as postcard - don’t worry you’ll keep the picture as miniature.
Auf Dawanda gibt es heute bis Mitternacht 12% WeihnachtsRabatt. Das ist toll!
This is truly amazing. As most of his photography projects follow a long process from inception to final touches, Romain Laurent started this project with the idea to create or find again some personal rhythm and spontaneity which are sometimes hard to maintain while working on bigger scale ideas.
The concept is simple: shoot and share online at least one animated/cinemagraph/whateveritscalled portrait a week.
This is poetic!
This bird will live simultaneously in all those states: rising, falling, lying
More about this here.
by Martin Leon Barreto
I have recently found my self draw towards hand lettering and calligraphy, so when I found Ashley Willerton work I was really excited. love his style and how it is staying true to traditional sign making.
Via Behance Ashler Willerton