CK1 is one of the cutting edge artists who started graffiti art in Iran since 2003. A deep root in Iranian culture and mixing it with modern concepts enable him to bring rich Persian calligraphy along with the poems of great masters of Iranian literature like Rumi and Hafiz to his artwork. This has made his style of work extremely unique. He has a strong social conscience in his work and believes that nowadays the poverty and war leaves no room for a better world and he is concerned to reflect it in his art.
Wish this virgin traveler a save journey, may he find that elusive golden fleece he is searching for.
mtn 94 and stencils, that's it.
Is a Nationally known mixed-media artist, street artist and photographer based in the Bay Area of California half of the year and Miami Florida for the winter art season.
White stencils on skateboard griptape... from New Zealand.
Northern Californian Artist Tahiti Pehrson has been hand cutting intricate paper works for over a decade. The works are often done in monochromatic white layers. Finley cut images cast light and shadow through dramatic scenes. creating a breakdown of hard edges and echoing images and patterns.
Homage is paid to Guilloche patterns a system used to produce a complex series of geometrical patterns seen on currency throughout the world. The fragility of connectedness is expressed in physical structure. Some works are burned to illuminate transitory nature and finite beauty. Pehrson continues to work and show internationally.
Samuel Lowder began his artistic career as graffiti artist "FrePrs" in and around Los Angeles in the early '90s. By the end of the decade, he had moved from freehand graffiti to stenciling and pasting.
Inspired by old advertisements, cartoons, and cinema, Lowder's clearn stencil techniques and vibrating blended color are reminiscent of early pop art pioneers, but with a more painterly affectation. Although still a freehand artistly, stenciling has become the prime medium and form of expression for Lowder.
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My name is Jay Hill. I'm a painter. I like my paintings to have an energy and tension that evoke a "rustic and alien dynamism" (whatever that is). Or a nervous breakdown. Or not.
I tend to get inspired by modern street art, Lamb's Bread, odd forms of calligraphy, good Burgundy, iconic graphic design, Dub music, and the unexpected.