While tumbling through the vast creative universe, Creative Fluff came across an amazing artist who we at first could not distinguish whether it was traditionally painted or some sort of composited 3D scene. We quickly found that Badiu is a mixed media artist combining 3D elements with the traditional 2Dimensional techniques to create stunning works of art. But enough talk, just take a look at some of his work and let us know what you think:
Jen Stark has done it again with her magical paper. The very talented Jen Stark has released three new sets of colorful paper sculptures for us to enjoy in 2011. Since graduating in 2005, Stark has exhibited around the United States as well as in the UK and France. Both her sculptures and illustrations are extremely vibrant, and while her drawings seem to be abstract in nature, Starkâ€™s paper sculptures are structured and geometric.
Ando Studio has managed to marry a happy union between European Modernism and South African contemporary art styles with their 2011 project: the European Loft. The European loft was an internal project to connect a kitchen, living room & dining area via European finishing.
Architecturally, Barcelona is famous for the works of one man- Antoni Gaudi. Although he was certainly prolific and his talent widely acknowledged in his time, Gaudi’s relationship with the city was troubled. Not all his projects met with financial success and his last great project was unfinished at the time of his death. In fact, it remains unfinished to this day, although the final phase of construction is underway.
From E. L. Kirchner to Max Beckmann, artists associated with German Expressionism in the early decades of the twentieth century took up printmaking with a collective dedication and fervor virtually unparalleled in the history of art.
The Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era exhibition at the Whitney Museum features a series of work from the 1960â€™s through 1970â€™s; the artists that range from Andy Warhol to Lucas Samaras. Work from this era are characterized as being a direct reaction to popular culture and instead of art being an activity only to be performed by (and for) the elite, art was created by people from all walks of life.
Indie Game Spotlight is the hopefull to continue being weekly feature where I will highlight an independent game that deserves attention. Given the difficutly these developers have in being heard, every little bit helps.Â Some will be free, some may cost money, but they are deserving of some attention. This game is a relatively older one, … Continue reading Today I Die