Posts Tagged: Art review

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Takahiro Kimura

I’ve not reviewed any Art in a while but felt compelled to when I came across Japanese Artist and Illustrator Takahiro Kimura on the Behance network, who works with collage to create his beautiful and compelling work.

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Takahiro Kimura

I’ve not reviewed any Art in a while but felt compelled to when I came across Japanese Artist and Illustrator Takahiro Kimura on the Behance network, who works with collage to create his beautiful and compelling work.

Amy Friend

I’m always amazed at the ingenuity of the human mind. How there is always something new and fresh just around the corner. Something invented you didn’t know you needed and you now can’t do without or a piece of Art

Amy Friend

I’m always amazed at the ingenuity of the human mind. How there is always something new and fresh just around the corner. Something invented you didn’t know you needed and you now can’t do without or a piece of Art

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Romuald Hazoume

I found these images of the Benin born Artist Romuald Hazoume while researching this week, which I LOVE.  It seems the artist created them as actual portraits of sitting subjects. I love their simplicity. How a face and personality can

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Romuald Hazoume

I found these images of the Benin born Artist Romuald Hazoume while researching this week, which I LOVE.  It seems the artist created them as actual portraits of sitting subjects. I love their simplicity. How a face and personality can

Baaaad Artist…even worse Art critic.

Following from my post last week on the Uruguayan Artist Marcelo Viquez, I’ve been told, (by the Artist himself), that two of the works were not actually his (the first two), which is just a little embarrassing, so here are

Baaaad Artist…even worse Art critic.

Following from my post last week on the Uruguayan Artist Marcelo Viquez, I’ve been told, (by the Artist himself), that two of the works were not actually his (the first two), which is just a little embarrassing, so here are