Archive for May, 2011

around a frame


Berlin-based artist Monja Gentschow has compiled a pleasantly impulsive collection of sketches, photographs, watercolour, and notes. Here are a few examples. I am especially fond of the wall arrangement. via.

Brianna Harden is working on a series of illustrations inspired by Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49. Here are some of the finished pieces. With a style unconcerned with strict realism, the saturated colors look great on the mostly white background. via.

I recently discovered¬†Dawid Misiorny, a photographer born in Poland whose photographs convey moments from all over.¬† Varying the composition from limited close ups to circumspect distant views, Dawid’s photographs are essentially candid records of an unaware subject, often in private situations. Found here. Images via his website.

sandwich pants


Raymond Lemstra‘s illustrations made me laugh. His broken lines and imaginative imagery is also impressive. “superfast cars,yeeeeah.” Enjoy! found at iGNANT.images via his website. -Fur -Full Moon -A Really Handsome Guy

Armsrock is an artist who applies his drawings to city walls by pasting or projecting the images. These images were projected onto walls in Copenhagen. I love the placing of the last image – position and location.