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  1. Gil Bruvel, 1959 ~ Visionary painter Thereafter he set up his studio in St. Remy de Provence until 1986 when he first made his way to the United States, making it his permanent residence in 1990. At that time he started to experiment more with sculptures in bronze, mixed media and digital modeling as well as continuing to learn about creative processes in artistic expression. He is currently creating functional art, sculptures and paintings. Gil Bruvel has been exhibiting his work since 1974 in various places around the world and including: France, Monaco, England, Denmark, The Netherlands, Hungary, Japan, Singapore, New York, Florida, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, California and Hawaii. His work has received many awards and his collectors span the globe. FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  2. Imagined Insects Camouflaged as Star Wars Characters by Illustrator Richard Wilkinson UK-based illustrator Richard Wilkinson created a series of fantastical insects based on the most famous Star Wars characters. It’s easy to imagine these incredibly life-like renderings truly existing as creatures crawling on a planet far away, and each is given a cheeky scientific name with Latin roots that relate to its sci-fi counterparts like Roboduobus Deoduobus for R2D2 or Chaetebarbatus Bonamicii for Chewbacca. Wilkinson has previous experience creating scientifically-minded illustrations for publications like New Scientist and Intelligent Life Magazine. These first 10 illustrations titled Insects From A Far Away Galaxy are just the first set in a much larger body of work for a planned book, Arthropoda Iconicus Volume I, that will make references to other pop culture characters like Pokemon, Marvel Comics, and Disney. The pieces seen here are now available as limited edition prints, and you can follow more of Wilkinson’s work on Instagram. For more such Artists' & ArtWorks follow SUJITH PUTHRAN
  3. I introduce myself

    I was born in Florence,Italy (1975). I started to draw since at 3-4 years old ,with imaginary world inspired from cartoon- movies. I'm graduated from the Academy of Fine arts in Florence on 1998,with maximum of votes. At the beginning of my career I'm started with drawing for private commissions (wine labels,portraits,art copies and sketches for stained-glass window). Since the years 1999 I've been worked as wall-decorator for private houses in Italy and foreign countries. Winning some prizes (on 2010 : ranks fifth in the competition Illustration "Immaginare il tempo" municipality of Trivignano Udinese, and other artistic contests in Florence) encouraged me to improving in the artistic field of illustration. Currently I'm working on an illustration project I called "Clarabù",further on I'll show new pics about and explanations,comments too. Thank you very much for your kind feedbacks My personal artistic quote is : “Imagination is the first goal..but she has to find me” Credits:Fotoedizioni Srl,Aletti publisher,Masso delle fate publisher,Emma White(Italy),Pezalli(India),Óðinsauga publisher(Iceland)Azeeda(UK limited company). My ArtByte wallet: ANay86QhZRjNgSDZRxiofXHGjocaoX1hSF
  4. Trees can talk

    From the album Fantasy Art by Lidia Matviyenko

    Don't you know , that trees can talk?I'm sure about that. Graphic artwork. Ink, color pencils on paper + digital elements.

    © Lidia Matviyenko

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