Today…a fish with an accordion. And a lotus flower. Very little information surrounds this mysterious vintage gem…but it deserves its own post.
So there you have it.
What Gabriel Picolo calls “doodles” are pretty great little pieces of art (I wish my doodles looked like this! I may be a multimedia craftaholic, but if I just take a pen and draw in a notebook it looks like a kid did it).
Rafahu’s brightly colored pieces draw upon familiar aspects of pop culture (many of those famous Warner Bros. bullseyes that most of us associate with childhood), and gives them an ominous gleam.
The face is compromised of multiple strokes, but wait for it. The entire body is done with a single stroke, brilliantly colored and textured via distribution of paint and a series of precise tiny-movements. Watch:
Lindsay Stapleton has a collection of seamlessly integrated plants and human anatomy.
In her own words:
I am interested in the idea of constructing organic forms made from incongruous parts. Delving into botany and anatomy, I’m visually researching the similarities between organic life forms and the human body reduced to organic systems and structures.