Lovely drawings by Portugal-based artist Teresa Esgaio, using graphite, charcoal, and soft pastel. The dimensions of each drawing is a square meter; quite a lot bigger than I first assumed. I stumbled upon Esgaio’s work via October Submissions (which should encourage you to submit this month!) More images below!
Great mix of different animation techniques in this! Directed by Hayley Morris. Watch below!
London brick, smoking chimney pot, steel, mortar, air system Sculptures and installations by Alex Chinneck. Inspiration overload! Detail of brick, mortar, steel brick, mortar, steel hand coloured chipboard with wax crayon, polish 312 identically smashed windows 1248 pieces of glass
Music video for a track by Bubbles Erotica by 3E Visuals is a 3D animation features a multicoloured polygon form which wants to transcend their existence – video embedded below:
Ryosuke Tanzawa visits New York-based artist Hiro Kurata, watch the video below.
I hope to one day meet Jos Parl. There are a lot of similarities between his work and the work of SheOne. Abstracted letterforms, quite poetic. Perhaps similar to the way Thom Yorke sings, repeating words, making sounds the way an instrument would.
Love this collection designed by Carey Ellis. More below.
Great graphic work courtesy of Steven Harrington.
Transformative work by South African artist Faith47. Her first solo show, , runs from November 19th to December 19th at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City. “Aqua Regalia” refers to the alchemical process of dissolving gold. Using a variety of materials and techniques (graphite, spray paint, ink, photography, collage, found objects), Faith’s work is concerned with the valuation and transformation of things that have been lost or overlooked. Check out more images below!
A superb little animation by Michael Frei. Watch below!
Love these handmade broadcast screens by Damien Correll.
A cheeky animation following a ticket man on a train, by one of the most talented illustrators working right now, Simon Landrein. The visual innuendos in this play out like the dialogue in a James Bond film. Watch the music video for “Masters Of The Gentlemanly Art” below.
Drawings by Lala (Lauren Albert). Brooklyn. More below.
Artist Jeff McMillan’s work centers around the Prigus Sport League, a game that involves paddles, and wild dogs, and was invented by farmers in a town called Rabun Gap. If you’ve never heard of it before it’s because it doesn’t exist, but that doesn’t stop Jeff from touring around opening expansion teams in various cities. Have a look at some more of his work below.
Dillon Markey, an animator for Robot Chicken and PES (he co-animated that incredible short “Fresh Guacamole”), took an old Nintendo Power Glove and turned it into the ultimate tool for making stop-motion animations! I thought this was going to be a joke, but it is entirely real and practical (okay, minus the sound effect). How long until this ends up on Kickstarter? Watch the video below.