Csilla Savos plays with surreal intersections of shape, anatomy and other elements of the natural world.
Archive for the art Category
Scientific Illustration posted a gorgeous collection of antique color wheels.
I love the variety of geometric shapes in this collection; beautiful way to show color relationships.
I will definitely be using some of these in jewelry design (avert your eyes, my artist/designer friends! You may see these images turn up in gifts on your next birthday!)
I am always drawn to art that fuses man and nature, perhaps because my worldview is so aligned with the interconnectedness of all things.
Nunzio Paci creates images that are rather like Gray’s Anatomy left outside to sprout.
If these were actually real…I hope (well, know) my father would have gotten them for me when I was a child.
Would it be in bad taste to paste these over the covers of books I give to other peoples’ children? Just checking.
I’ll start off with two creatures by Christophe Gilland that caught my eye. Fine skill in questionable anatomical correctness:
Look at the insane amount of detail in these sketches (click for slightly larger image)! He is one of the talented folks, popping up here and there, who elevate the wild meandering of doodles to an artform.
I would love this Samsung Galaxy S III case so much! Sadly, due to medical bills, I can’t buy such frivolous indulgences…even if they are only $15.
On the wish list is goes!
Anyone have Gelaskins on gadgets and devices? Which design?