Marko Hrcka / Sythere / Blind
This isn’t from the streets…it’s from a friend of mine who is going through a REALLY, REALLY hard time right now, and takes her emotions out on paper, through her art. It’s nothing very emotional, but this helps her and would mean the world to her if she got more views, followers, and comments on her art. :)
This is my friend’s art. She can’t get on her tumblr at the moment, but wants me to submit this art to you. :) Do you think you could post it and maybe give her a shout out? She only has 20 followers and deserves WAYYYY more! She’s super talented and does drawings of almost everything! (Not just Tom Hiddleston, Gaga, Potter, and Hunger Games! Lolz she mostly does drawings of that but…) :D She also gives art tips and is really, really nice! :)
Here’s her tumblr blog and DeviantART.
Thank you! :D
Lady Gaga makes her feel better, so she loves to draw and paint her a lot. :)
I am an artist, and what better way to honour a close colleague’s leaving work with a piece of my own art! This is an arty rendition of her office window - a memento of where she used to look out and ponder the world! There is more of my own art here: http://www.photoartstation.com
We are Brain Killer and we are villainous!!
BRAIN KILLER and his minions lob pink paint bombs through the air and watch them explode on a freshly buffed wall. These villains tear it up on the back streets of Chicago.
What if the keyboards that we are buried in them blindly all day would work in reality? If you could escape something by a push of a button? Delete anything by a flick of a finger? Or format something you That you are stuck with?
A Small project I started recently… If you are walk around and see some buttons, click them …something might happen ;)
here’s our new stop - motion
black and white video art made by Roy.
Downtown Detroit (not my artwork)
Iron Man in Downtown Detroit (not my artwork)
"Shree Radhe" - Art Of Vrindavan.
Breaking traditions or advocating them?
Vrindavan, India: Two international artist explain what inspired them to paint their mural in the pilgrimage town of Vrindavan. While the holy name of ‘Sri Radhe’ might be painted on every tree and wall here, it hasn’t been painted in such a modern and vibrant way before. Is this an iconoclastic shake up of the status quo in spiritual expression or is it in fact in line with age-old traditions?
So i know that i have not been posting stuff recently but if you want to start submitting pictures im more then willing to post them so i think that is how i will start to run this blog so start submitting ur stuff now