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art, design

Sanda Anderlon

February 26, 2015

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Sanda Anderlon is an artist/illustrator who lives in Zagreb, Croatia. She makes both static and animated works, ranging in style, from metaphorical eye-candies, childish cartoons or old-school pen on paper studies to collaged XL narrative visual feasts, like the one below.

This giant collage is entitled Party, which describes as a drunken jungle in a two-storey collage. I just think it’s pure magic. There is so much going on, it’s like a modern day ‘Where’s Wally?’ Would love to get lost in this piece in real life.

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Joel Penkman

January 28, 2015

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Found this artist by the name of Joel Penkman who says that he loves food and he loves to paint so combining the two seemed like a good idea. I think he may have been right. Check out his awesome paintings below of all things nice to eat and pretty to look at and if you’re keen to see more of his work, including a series of 100 different teacups, click through to his site. I would love the painting of Lyle’s Golden Syrup tin, too awesome!

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Roanna Wells

January 6, 2015

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- Using aerial photographs of large-scale gatherings as her starting point, Roanna Wells then deconstructs these images, doing away with everything – the built environment as well as natural structures – except the human.

The events she chooses are ones with political or social importance: election protests, religious gatherings, or Live Aid concerts, for instance. In each case, the event signifies the potential – whether for change or for unity – that can be palpable when people come together in such large crowds. 

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Kirsten Tradowsky

December 15, 2014

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This is the work of American based artist Kirsten Tradowsky. Her paintings are her way of travelling back in time to another space and time, for inspiration she collects old photos and visits places that are slowly being engulfed by the new world.

I think her work is great, it makes me feel like I’m paging through an old family album made up of memories of a world that has long since been forgotten.

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