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Kang Kang-Hoon

 photo Modern-Boy-dangerous-target-4_zps5kca71h5.jpg  photo Modern-Boy-dangerous-target-1_zpsqc3amo6g.jpg Amazingggggggg hyperrealistic oil paintings by Korean artist Kang Kang-Hoon.  photo Modern-Boy-dangerous-target-3_zpsiscgvqdn.jpg  photo Modern-Boy-dangerous-target-2_zpsumjkapdc.jpg

Sukhi Barber

 photo Screen Shot 2016-03-25 at 8.13.00 PM_zpsntdfnqxw.png  photo Screen Shot 2016-03-25 at 8.13.06 PM_zps6fnniw88.png  photo Screen Shot 2016-03-25 at 8.13.13 PM_zpsgyzlsse0.png Sukhi Barber was born in Hertfordshire, England. From an early age she was drawn to the classical and ancient traditions of art and philosophy, which led her to undertake a traditional sculptural training at The City and Guilds of London Art School. There she gained a firm grasp of figurative clay modeling and life drawing, graduating in 1995 with the prize for sculpture, and a scholarship from Madame Tussauds. Sukhi’s sculptures are intended to bridge the cultures of East and West. Embodying the peace and compositional balance of ancient devotional art, they represent complex philosophical ideas with a simplicity and clarity that renders them accessible on an intuitive level. Exploring themes of hidden potentials, and the transcendence of our limiting view of a solid reality, her work often represents the negative space as being as important as the material itself, implying the dance of form and spirit, a constant state of transformation.  photo tumblr_mlzhoh0SFF1r05oujo8_400_zpstwmrcco4.jpg  photo tumblr_mlzhoh0SFF1r05oujo1_400_zps2gczpa0p.jpg

So Hyeon Kim

 photo 803d116604111.562d5aff7bba8_zpsaspod5pv.jpg  photo 9c8c6814060603.5627cabb3447b_zpsfs3c73ds.jpg  photo a0b2616604111.562d5affb1fc1_zpsypgymrq1.jpg Check out these fashion-inspired portraits by the talented So Hyeon Kim, South Korean artist and illustrator.  photo 6ed6e120626543.562ee741620ee_zpsg0cmxff5.png  photo 20668f6604111.562d5b0c1b3d2_zpsmcpwpxh2.jpg

Kruella d’Enfer

 photo lo3_zpsrxvfr4rt.jpg  photo _DSC2014low_zpsawyxvqax.jpg Portuguese visual artist and illustrator Kruella d'Enfer (1988) has been delighting us with her enchanted visual world, evoking a deep sense of wonder with the fantastical, benevolent creatures that inhabit its dark and mysterious corners, be they mystical wolves or magical foxes, bewitching tigers or shamanistic deer. At ease painting both large-scale murals and intimist works on paper and canvas, her use of contrasting colours and geometric shapes brings age-old legends and myths to life, composing fantastic stories with a universal appeal. She has been exhibiting her work in solo and collective shows since 2010.  photo tiger1_zpsaxq9cx0t.jpg  photo fotografia1_zpsmhd7fotg.jpg

Lomaho Kretzmann

 photo tumblr_mc0iwhj0971qhurb0o1_1280_zpspfbfosj2.jpg  photo tumblr_mc0j57yxyp1qhurb0o1_1280_zpsmefwh99p.jpg  photo tumblr_mc0j11ayRX1qhurb0o1_1280_zpshu3qe0lx.jpg Today’s discovery is the wonderful world of artist Lomaho Kretzmann. Link here.  photo tumblr_mc0j278M8d1qhurb0o1_1280_zpsrv11t3pi.jpg  photo tumblr_mc0iycEVYS1qhurb0o1_1280_zpsbgp8tfmo.jpg

Eve Laws

 photo 3_zpsz8ouffog.jpg  photo 2_zps2i62vajm.jpg  photo 5_zpsxpfddefs.jpg  photo _Cherry_on_the_Top_58_inches_by_65_inches_oil_on_canvas_2016_zpslsoly50x.jpg Eve Laws is a British artist, born and currentlyresiding in the North East of England. The artist deals in oil paint andits relationship with various resins. The transformation of the bodyvia preservation, decomposition or reconstruction is the primaryinspiration for the artist's work. Detailed anatomical drawings are made priorto the paintings, of medical specimens, cadavers and often fresh tissue duringlive surgery.  photo 6_zpsbacsv7ld.jpg  photo 1_zpszpbyuvob.jpg  photo 4_zpsc4xhhyxq.jpg

Jean-Charles Debroize

 photo unnamed-3_zpsk3jotiju.jpg  photo unnamed_zps0i4mhgfo.jpg  photo unnamed-5_zps5aqk4ge1.jpg Jean-Charles Debroize is an art director and digital retouching artist for Creative Agency Kerozen. Links here and here.  photo unnamed-2_zpsojogrokm.jpg  photo unnamed-6_zpsv1o13e97.jpg  photo unnamed-1_zpssydq7tcs.jpg

Scott Marsh

 photo Brooklyn-Street-Art-copyright-Scott-Marsh-740wide_Mar-2016-DSC_0577_zpslrn7lauo.jpg  photo 12068739_950313395065583_7833616948041760683_o_zpsovmtisvg.jpg  photo kanye-west-mural-scott-marsh_zpsz0zvlr7q.jpg Scott Marsh (b. 1984) is a Sydney-based artist. Using a mixture of enamels, acrylics, aerosol and pastels, Marsh’s work explores the growing cross over between graffiti and high art. Marsh pairs traditional motifs, elements of impressionism and pop with the pallet, scale & techniques associated with graffiti.  photo 1458002743375_zpski0yiimz.jpeg  photo 1458002894870_zpsrwibsfok.jpeg

Ben Frost

 photo unnamed-1_zpsfkl0y9dp.jpg  photo unnamed_zps4y3htktk.jpg  photo unnamed-4_zpscxtna8si.jpg Australian artist Ben Frost is known for his kaleidoscopic Pop Art, mash-up paintings that take inspiration from areas as diverse as graffiti, collage, photo-realism and sign-writing. By subverting mainstream iconography from the worlds of advertising, entertainment and politics, he creates a visual framework that is bold, confronting and often controversial. He has been exhibiting throughout Australia and internationally over the last 15 years, including solo shows in London, New York, Sydney, Toronto, Singapore and San Francisco, as well as group shows in Beijing, Mongolia, Amsterdam, Berlin and throughout the USA.  photo unnamed-3_zpsox1ajf7n.jpg  photo unnamed-5_zpsc7iabfsf.jpg

Caroline Slotte

 photo unnamed-3_zpsquyxvfsk.jpg  photo unnamed-2_zpst1zi10dy.jpg Caroline Slotte (b. 1975) lives and works in Helsinki, Finland. Caroline Slotte holds an MA in Ceramics from Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Norway, in addition to education from Denmark and Finland. From 2007 to 2011 Slotte was a research fellow in the Norwegian Artistic Research Fellowship Programme. Affiliated with Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Dept of Specialised Art, she was also a member of the interdisciplinary research project Creating Art Value, funded by the Research Council of Norway. Slotte´s works have been exhibited internationally and acquired by, among others, the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg, the Design Museum in Helsinki and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Oslo.  photo unnamed-1_zpsw6xhrysu.jpg  photo unnamed_zpsvzrufyrq.jpg