Archive for the art Category
Anyone born around the same time I was, or before, will likely get a twinge of nostalgia when looking at Hollis Brown Thornton’s work. His images made with permanent marker are my favorite:
Daniele Serra is a prolific Italian illustrator and comic artist. I love his dark, chaotic watercolor paintings.
His work has been published in Europe, Australia, United States and Japan, including projects for DC Comics, Image Comics, Cemetery Dance, Weird Tales magazine, PS Publishing.
Lisa Zador describes her work as “Unusual Artwork for the Discerning Eccentric. Anthropomorphic animals, vintage collectibles, custom dog portraits, childhood toys; portraits of unusual things!”
Bozka (Polish artist Bozena Rydlewska) is a gifted botanical illustrator with a series of pop up nature scenes.
See more, as well as gorgeous 2-D illustrations here.
As some of you know, I’ve spent the past many years house/hospital bound due to illness. However, there exists within me a fiery spirit, dedicated the the journey of becoming healthy and whole. I find Alex Grey’s Journey of the Wounded Healer triptych rather comforting.