A tall lanky fellow slid down the old gutter, water shedding below where his feet landed. Small bottles hung at his side where a coat of velvet jade hid most of his legs. A wind-broke, wide-brimmed hat recorded the marks and bore his intent to devour these links.
Jan Buragay – If you missed Jan’s work last time, there’s more to feast your eyes on. Delectable bits of digital and watercolor, lined by wonderfully thick pen and ink.
Dodec – The wonder acrylic (!) on panel work fo Laura Payne. A lot of geometrical gradient layering in pieces that look like they’re cut from a larger 3-dimensional object.
55,000 Planks – A phy-sim of 55,000 planks collapsing. It took 12 days to render.
Ultraviolet Break of Day – Seen Bladerunner 2049 yet? This photography of Shenzhen’s Huaqiangbei by Marcus Wendt reminds of the shots in the film.
Petting your dog – Is one of the most relaxing things you can do.
Archipelago – My goodness. These incredibly detailed drawings by UK artist Olivia Kemp are phenomenal. Created as imagniary lands of landscapes and places she has seen.
Rewind – The Professionals are back. This is off the new release of What In The World. They headline OCt 28 at The Garage in London.