A child born to a father who worked with lines(an architect) and a mother who used colors (an artist), Jasper Goodall an Illustrator, has combined silhouettes, sex and style into his work and in the last decade has given us a new way to look at art.
“In February 2009 Goodall’s first London based solo Gallery show titled ‘Poster Girls’ marked a new direction in his work, mixing photography with illustration in a stunning concoction of shiny latex, dripping pink goo and acrylic cut out body masking that comments on fetishism, dressing up and the fine line between fantasy and reality.”
Since Jasper has made Bambi R-Rated, I’ll like to see if he’s up to the challenge with do the same thing for Olive Oyl!
Don’t you often wonder if it took a group of people or just one person to create an art piece like this on a New York City block?
In this case, only two hands touch this city block with paint to create the mural in the photos you see here. The artistic mind behind it, Lauryn Pepe.
A couple of months ago I meet this free spirited woman who keeps you entertained with her stories and personality. Once I saw some of her work, there was no doubt in my mind that she would be onTheRomeoReport.com. Lauryn’s work ranges from painting on common pieces of furniture making them one of a kind, creating wallpaper for places like Hollister in Soho to murals that take up an entire city blocks. Read More. See More.
All the objects that our dogs love chewing on, have come back to haunt them. Buttons, broken toys, clothes pegs, plus other recycled plastic items – on wood. All of these materials are used by UK-based artist Robert Bradford to create these colorful puppy sculptures.
Sarah Williams, a graduate student from London College of Fashion, decided that her MA project will be somewhat of a space saver for all corners and every angle. The project untitled “Crafted Fashion” is a beautifully, innovatively designed luggage collection that goes against the grain.
Let’s see you try to fit one of these pieces in the overhead compartment. To purchase one of Williams’ bespoke pieces or to just browse visit www.williams-hamdmade.com
The French have given me another reason to get excited. French artist Amose, shows us his unique use of shapes and colors in his illustrations. The tiny heads and unusual human forms is what Amose’s signature work looks like on canvases, walls and also his digital work.
On most of his art the subjects have robotic shaped bodies that are big, strong and not to be messed with. Neck up is a different story. Make them look human is what he did, giving his subjects regular size heads with very expressive faces that have than human feel to them, making you appreciate what you’re looking at. Let’s see if Amose will be kind enough to create an animation bringing his characters to live!