Starcraft posters by ProlificPen

Yanni Davros

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Artist Johnson Tsang

"With an adept understanding of ceramics and anatomy, Hong-Kong based Artist Johnson Tsang creates unexpected anthropomorphic sculptures where human forms seem to splash effortlessly through functional objects like bowls, plates, and cups. While the works shown here are mostly innocent and comical in nature the artist is unafraid of veering into more macabre subject matter in other artworks that grapple with war and violence.  Tsang has been posting an amazing series of process photos over on his blog that demonstrate how he makes many of his ceramic creations. 

In his Clay series, Tsang uses masterfully crafted organic and fluid forms to bring otherwise mundane stoneware to life. The sculptor mixes ordinary crockery, traditional face sculpting and an expressive splashing motif to create sculptures that seem to be frozen in time.  Emotions like dreaminess, love, confusion, sadness and indifference are all easily identifiable in his expressive clay sculpture faces.

Yingge Ceramics Museum,which will be displaying Living Clay exhibition until 19th January, 2014, explain that the pieces “are satires of the human condition” and that “Tsang exemplifies the perfect marriage between ceramic form and meaning.”

Sources: This is Colossal | Johnson Tsang | Artfido

Also Check Out Johnson Tsang’s Websites: Johnson Tsang | Facebook

Screw this what the hell I couldnt even make a mug that you could drink out of wahhhhh

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Glass Sculptures by Ben Young

Hand drawn and hand cut glass which are layered to create each unique piece of artwork.
"I love watching the two dimensional shapes evolve into three-dimensional creations and the different way the light plays inside the glass. I love the liquid qualities the glass"

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Tyler Haywood aka angulargeometry currently lives and works in Los Angeles. He has been obsessed with creating art since he took a clay sculpture class when he was four years old. Tyler likes to make as much work as he can instead of filtering ideas and cornering himself in. Tyler began a weekly blog where he posted mainly still images and poster designs, but after being inspired by Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple’s daily work, he began creating and posting his work daily. He has been creating daily GIFs more more than 430 days and shows no signs of slowing down. 

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Michael Johansson

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Slater Combes, also known as gnumblr, is a 20 year old who lives in Orange County, California. He started creating digital art in 2008 when he discovered fractal art and fractal manipulation. However, he has only been working with 3D animation in Cinema 4D since late 2012. He is inspired by the works of zolloc, dvdp and mrdiv.

Art, to me, means so many things it’s difficult to put it into words. Art is the satisfaction I feel whenever I publish a new animation, the frustration I feel when I can’t get my ideas to work in the program I use, and the happiness I feel when I show someone my animations in person, and it’s the despair I feel when I don’t even have the willpower to open the program I use at all. Art is all of those things and more to me.

- Slater Combes

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Totally badass art by Raymond Swanland

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Awesome ink works by Kim Jung Gi

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Kat Powell ~ “Bare Bone and Raw

"I enjoy images of anatomy and skeletons because, out of all the things in the world, your own bones and muscles are the closest thing to you. Yet, even though they have been close to you since birth, you still don’t fully understand them, just like you never fully understand yourself. Bones and muscles and tissues are barely hidden under a small amount of skin, and yet, I am sure, if I ever meet my own skeleton I would not recognize her.” ~ Kat Powell

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Jason DeMarte born 1973 in Louisiana, is an established artist teaching as a tenure track faculty in photography at Eastern Michigan University. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums, both nationally and internationally, currently is represented by Rule Gallery in Denver Colorado, Clamp Art in NYC and Wessel Snyman Creative in Cape Town, South Africa.

I work digitally, combining images of fabricated and artificial flora and fauna with graphic elements and commercially produced products such as processed food, domestic goods and pharmaceutical products. I look at how these seemingly unrelated and absurd groupings and composites begin to address attitudes and understandings of the contemporary experience.

I represent the natural world through completely unnatural elements to speak metaphorically and symbolically of our mental separation from what is “real”, and compare and contrast this with the consumer world we surround ourselves with as a consequence.

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Alfabeto Pittorico Antonio Basoli

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