Example of painting by Guido Vedovato

Guido Vedovato was born in 1961 in the north of Italy. Self-taught, he progressively became, in the 1970s, a naïve painter and sculptor, it started as a hobby then he became more and more professional. Source: Paintings by Guido Vedovato AdvertisementsRead More →

Growling Lion example of 25 Watercolor Paintings to Inspire

The interesting of using watercolours to bring one’s ability and an image in their head to life is a skill not as intimidating as it may pose to some. The whole idea to harmonize a room and truly captures the purpose of the artist. Source: 25 Watercolor Paintings to InspireRead More →

In a previous issue of ARTnews, critic Kavior Moon praised the fourth edition of the Hammer Museum’s Made in L.A. biennial, which closed in September, for refusing to define a “Los Angeles aesthetic.” Instead, that exhibition favored the multiplicity of perspectives the city has long celebrated. With that spirit in mind, we haveRead More →

Cover of One Thousand and One Nights

Drop a pebble into the water and long after it has sunk from sight ripples it created will be lapping on distant shores. Memories of just such ripples had started in the fashionable drawing rooms of London and still reach our shores more than a century later. I recently haveRead More →

A landscape drawing is a formidable artists tool for many reasons. For starters, drawing landscape is an enjoyable process because you can be out in nature and enjoying its sounds and sights. But learning how to draw landscape features of an area of land, including mountains, rivers, lakes, sea, indigenousRead More →

A secret note being read with a tiny magnifying glass

When a new movie comes out most of the plaudits go to the director, the producer and the lead actors, but there are so many other people involved in a film, and a lot of them are designers. There are costume designers and set designers, but also graphic designers workingRead More →

Artists create relief sculptures of Google and Apple headquarters

The headquarters of Facebook, Apple and Google feature in this series of relief sculptures by artists Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell. Langards & Bell has created reliefs of several technology company’s headquarters including the Foster + Partners-designed Apple Park in Cupertino The artists, known collectively as Langlands & Bell, createdRead More →

Flashy trashy Las Vegas

What, exactly, is Las Vegas? “A place where millions of suckers flew in every year on their own nickel, and left behind about a billion dollars. But at night, you couldn’t see the desert.” That’s Robert De Niro’s character from the film Casino (1995) talking about the city and theRead More →

Author Alison Nastasi has just released her latest book, Artists and Their Cats , which features over 50 legendary creatives and the stories behind their feline friendships. Among many iconic artists, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Frida Kahlo are all known to have had kitty accomplices. Source: Series Focuses onRead More →

Struggling to find a fresh print for your walls? You’re not alone. Nine By Nine is a new shop founded in 2017 after its founders, Corryn Boyes and Adam Oldfield, spent many months looking for original, affordable art for their new home , but “never quite finding the right thingRead More →

Stylish Hallucinations in Dane Nicklas’ Colorful Tattoos

Dane Nicklas is a tattoo artist currently working out of Valentine’s Tattoo in Seattle, a feminist-powered and inclusive space known for its collection of wonderfully offbeat and experimental artists (we featured the work of Valentine’s founder, Shannon Perry, last year).Read More →