Friday, September 21, 2012

Jim Darling

Jim is hard to pin down. He's a designer, he's a painter, he's a sculptor. The project that caught my eye and thought it was a great delivery of an image a lot of us are used to is his 'Windows' series. We've all taken photos of these views, but Jim renders them in paint on board in a beautifully abstract way and with a subtle depth that really brings them to life. Check them out here.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012


Specter has been established in the street art movement for some time. His recent series, "the bodega project" caught my eye. In the photo above, that's not a real store, that's his addition to the wall. Specter refuses to be defined by what most street art is. He prefers to work very realistically, mimicking everyday scenes that might flash by in an instant for us, but are frozen permanently by his masterful brushwork. Check it out here.

Monday, June 11, 2012

David Buckingham

David makes amazing sculpture from the decaying roadsides of America. His gun series uses bent and shaped roadsigns and old car parts to make large primary colored replicas of famous murderers firearms. His Words&Symbols series is one of my favorite 3 dimensional works ever. Check it out here.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Trash Lovers

These guys are great. They don't do art for money or popularity, they do it for love. They don't even keep their work or hang it in galleries, they let the trash men come and take it away. Check it out here.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Paula Swisher

I saw one of Paula's works on FFFFOUND and thought that the contrast between the technical chart look of the diagrams and the softness of the birds was really beautiful.

Check out the whole series here.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Death Spray Customs

Normally known for some gorgeous motorcycle paint jobs, this collective have gone outside their box and created a series of graphically painted car hoods called Delight & Destroy. Using brave colors and skilled typography each is a real work of art.

Check them out here.

Friday, January 20, 2012

Peter Stults

In a world (preview guy voice) where the actors of days gone past, return to have their revenge on recent movies. What would the posters look like? After seeing a series designed by Sean Hartter, Peter Stults knows and blesses us with his fantastically detailed designs of these modern meet classic marvels.

Peter Stults

Sean Hartter

Check out Peter's designs here.

Check out Sean's designs here.