Chris Parks hails from Tampa Bay Florida. He is also known as Pale Horse, perhaps as a reference to one of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse. His art is as colorful as it is bold. The theme usually revolves around religious icons thinly disguised with the trappings of Mexican culture. Chris is also into heavy metal, tattoos, heavy metal, skateboarding, and psychedelics.
David Paget is a Concept artist who delights in giving the viewer a small and not-so-fleeting glimpse of post-apocalyptic horrors. he is currently working as an artist Double Eleven Limited in England. Prior to this, he taught digital art at Teesside University in the UK. He also freelanced within the Games and Film Industry. David graduated with First Class BA Honors in Digital Character Animation.
Write a Bike is a a conceptual project which seeks to combine typography, bicycles, and graphic design. Juri Zaech, the artist behind Write a Bike creatively manipulated the bike frame to spell out words, mostly people’s names. These bikes are clearly not meant for the road but this sort of outside-the-box thinking is a relief from the usual paintings and photographs featured in this site. Zaech lives and works in Paris, France.
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Ruslan Khasanovis a relative novice in the art world having graduated from the Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts just in 2008. This Russian-based artist loves to experiment with various techniques and styles. He specializes in illustration, photography, and graphic design. He also likes working with typography and his colorful, splashy, liquid series is by far my favorite.
Edmar Cisneros is the man behind Zerj19. He is a 23-year-old artist from Mexico and one of the artists in Slashthree. Slashthree was founded in 2007. It is a non-profit international art collective representing artists in over 40 countries world wide. They provide a platform for artists to collaborate, extend their networks, give and receive critique, as well as increase exposure of their work on a global scale.
Makoto Saitoused to be a graphic designer, and a very good one at that. Five years ago, he became a full-fledged artist when he held a solo exhibition at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. Saito’s subjects are all dramatically distorted. The distortion depicts the imprecise way that images are stored and recalled from unconscious memory. He said: “I’m going to see things from my own angle, however distorted. I would like to express not just the pretty surface of things, but also the internalized ugly parts as well.”
Christian Guémy is a Paris-based street artist who has been featured in Pondly once before. It looks like he has a fine new crop of artwork dotting the streets of Paris. His alias C215 is creatively incorporated into each work, rendered as a cube into an inconspicuous corner. He nay describe himself as a stencil artist but don’t be fooled. Each of his street art is drawn free hand.
This week, Designed Good is featuring DIY pillow, backgammon, and tote bag kits, the creations of the artist and craft-master behind Brooklyn Assembly Kits. All of the kits are handmade in the USA with ethically-sourced materials.
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