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May 2, 2013

From Street to Cardboard

I am mesmerized by German street artist DOME's series on cardboard. He paints human bodies with eerie postures and proportions. The decaying canvas sets the mood for his stencil characters, who emit the sense that they are falling apart as well. His use of mixed media is also intriguing. The work above was made with acrylic, pencil, and espresso. Overall, it's gloomy, dingy, and endlessly fascinating.


December 21, 2009

Off The Pages

You will find pages of pages of pages of doodles in the sketchbooks of P. Williams, but what I find most interesting are the projects he works on outside of the sketchbooks. The things that land on cardboard (The Finishing Touch), kayaks (The Sea Beast), and left over materials.



Found via Art Sponge.

June 23, 2009

Chatterbox

I can almost hear the chatter of all the personalities caught on his 100 cardboards. Meet Berni and his extended family.

Found via Lisa Frame's tumblr.

June 9, 2009

Do Not Bend

I don't know why it's taken me so long to post this but these freehand drawings by Diana Fayt done on found cardboard envelopes are so delicate and perfect. Check out the entire set of "The Ladies." And let's all send her mail, you know she'll put them to good use.




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