In theatre, a monodramatic is a piece for only one performer. In the hands of Japanese photographer Daisuke Takakura, it means cloning one figure into a riveting medley of personalities, actions and perspectives.
This painting (Earthquake / Terremoto) by the late Japanese artist Tetsuya Ishida sold at Christie’s to a private American buyer for almost $350,000 U.S., 10 times the anticipated base price – demonstrating the never-ending popularity of this surrealist painter.
Rudolf Kurz originally trained as a medical doctor in his native Germany, switching later to painting as a student at the Art Students League in New York. A well-known muralist, and an author and illustrator, he is a surrealist painter and master etcher. He’s on show at his […]
There’s so much movement in these paintings by David Humphrey – motion captured, action about to begin and movement implied. Momentum animates the cartoon-style figures and surreal backgrounds, down to the sweeping motion of Humphrey’s emboldened brush.
South African-born painter and digital artist Anton Barnard has a gripping technique, due to his training as an architect. Based now in Germany, he adroitly blends pop art, cubism, surrealism and abstract expressionism, but isn’t defined by any of these genres alone. See more of his work at […]
Andreas Martini, a wildly creative German artist, is schooled in architectural design and freelances in art direction, 3D imagery, animation, illustration, set & prop design and sketching. Have a look at his works on Behance, or his website. I am featuring one of his surreal narratives in mixed […]