The animal kingdom is filled with fascinating species of all shapes and sizes. However, many of these creatures are facing endangerment and even extinction due to the devastating effects of climate change. That is why one artist is using his creative talents to spread awareness for these vulnerable species. Based in London since 2010, Louis Masai creates striking large-scale murals of rare and endangered animals. Masai's artwork is immediately recognizable for its bright, graphic style.
French artist Camille Walala seeks to “disseminate joy through color and pattern” in her art projects.
Polish street artist NeSpoon is known for using lace to inspire her artwork.
Another Banksy painting is up for auction and it's expected to sell for a large sum. Sotheby's London has announced that the elusive street artist's 2005 Show Me the Monet will be part of their Contemporary Art Evening Auction on October 21, 2020. Estimated to fetch anywhere from £3 million to £5 million ($3.9 million to $6.5 million), the painting is an homage to Claude Monet's 1899 The Water Lily Pond.
The age-old art of calligraphy celebrates the beauty of language, and there are incredible artists who continue its legacy today.
Dutch street artist Leon Keer is a master of three-dimensional art.
During an interview featuring music legend Dolly Parton, the feisty superstar made a memorable comment concerning recent U.S. protests: “I understand people having to make themselves known and felt and seen, and of course Black lives matter. Do we think our little white a**es are the only ones that matter? No!” Parton’s remarks not only made headlines but also caught the attention of artist Kim Radford who immediately drew new inspiration from it.
The year 2020 has proven itself to be full of unprecedented, world-changing events.
Chilean artist INTI (or “sun” in Quechua, a native South American language)
Artist duo Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn transform otherwise ordinary public spaces into colorful experiences for all who encounter their work. Their recent mural at Appalachian State University cloaks a three-level staircase in a kaleidoscope of vibrant patterns. As an effect, the painting looks like a hand-woven textile.
A new mural in Poland is helping people breathe a little easier thanks to special paint.
Inspired by the fantastical stories of Walt Disney, Don Bluth, Beatrix Potter, and Astrid Lindgren, Swedish art collective AnonyMouse crafts...