Hello everybody, here is my first minimalist promotional piece for the KDU.
I have been spending night after night drawing this flowers illustration. Thanks to Instragram I was able to get some process photos.
So I spent last couple of days drawing since it’s been such a beautiful weather outside ( whoever is or has ever been in vancouver knows what im talking about. ) I have had this obsession about things organized. I only like looking at photographs or drawings of things organized neatly. Not what my table looks like on a normal day. Quite the opposite.
So the conclusion to this is: This is how my table should look like
Don Pendleton is an American artist whose techniques range from creating digital and hand painted artwork for his legendary body of skateboard graphics to original acrylics on canvas for gallery shows, murals, conceptual art, and installation pieces that merge linguistics with his narrative artistic vision.
His aesthetic compositions resonate from linear organic cubist creations and similarly move to more expressionist forms that deal with issues of communication in a narrative, visual context. He often incorporates references to insects, animals and ambiguous characters to complete his finished compositions. These equivocal Archetypes are in constant interaction competing for space within the linear composition of the painting creating a confluence of tension and issues of communication that is a metaphorical reflection on the state of contemporary society and culture:
“ I was always drawn to this idea of people cohabitating the same space and the conflicts that arise on a regular basis within that space. Whether it’s war or arguments or brushing shoulders or stepping on toes, there’s a consistency within the line and the space but at the same time, there’s tension and conflict and potential for fights. All of that appeals to me when breaking up the space and creating a piece. I like the tension, I like the potential for conflict that people might recognize but I also like that there are characters in there that are basically on top of each other who may look confused or perfectly at ease within the chaos.”
While the preponderance of his artwork is centered on his linear organic cubist, expressionist style, he continues to explore different new techniques to aesthetically complete each project he engages. He is currently working on several new projects for clients that encourage his growing creative repertoire of paintings, graphics, gallery shows and limited editions of silkscreen prints for worldwide exhibition. Karl Bornstein, March 5th 2011
Thanks for having me, I’m more than proud to have the opportunity to represent the KDU and to be part of this super talented network.
I’m looking forward to meet some of you guys and have the opportunity to collaborate with you all!
If you want to take a look at my works and drop me a line feel free to visit www.nicolantonazzo.com
I’m new KDU member, So glad to be there !
Before my first promotionnal KDU piece, I wanted to wish you my best wishes for this year and invites you to take a look at my portfolio.
I hope you enjoy www.28162.com
So it has been quite a while since I last updated my blog which isn’t that good, but on the upside I have a few projects to share!
This painting here is my first project of 2012 , purely experimental, trying to learn different styles of painting & techniques inspired by two of my favourite artists Danny LuVisi & Reid Southen. I hope you enjoy.
These next two projects were created for Evoke One’s 26th exhibit “Evoke III“. I had a lot of fun creating both projects.
View all projects in detail here | http://www.behance.net/TheKyza
So that’s pretty much all for now, but a lot of new work on the way so keep your eyes pealed! Thanks for viewing!
My name is Diego, illustrator, graphic designer & photographer from Spain; I go by the name of Paranoidme.
Recently joined the Keystone Design Union; I’m glad to be part of this huge & great collective.
Looking forward to keep working, creating and meet new creatives.
I invite you to check my works over the following links, thanks!: