Creepy sculpture by painter/sculptor Richard Stipl
Working initially as a painter, Stipl has recently turned to making sculpture. Considered
an exceptional talent in technical terms, Stipl stands apart from his contemporaries through
his uncanny ability to breathe a vital and invigorating “life force” into his art works, regardless of media.
Graphite on paper. 14×13.
Illustration with a little twisted image by american artist Hannah Scott.
Using natural pigments made from flowers, bark, sap, leaves and berries mixed with animals, illustration by Australian artist Scott Marr.
Previously I’ve post “The anatomy of mother bear giving birth” a collaboration work by FlyingFortress and Nychos, I wonder why I’ve never introduce the solo works of Nychos. Here are some of his mind blowing comic style anatomy art.
Nychos is a Austrian street artist, graffiti artist, and illustrator is known for his comic style and those fantastic exploding heads/bodies/animals exposing all the anatomical tidbits beneath. via- streetanatomy
Shue and Nychos at Shutterland Vienna from bone2ART on Vimeo.
A girl waiting, guns, and a shootout. Bonnie taps into the classic vintage love of a dreamy girl gone bad, to be saved or sacrificed…
Bonnie is introduced in the Pulp Art Book: Volume One. By photographer Neil Krug & supermodel Joni Harbeck