Archive for month: August, 2010
Kim Asendorf is an amazingly talented conceptual and digital artist. This series of pixel sorted images take digitize landscape photographs and, I’m assuming using specialized software, sorts the pixels. The final image is taken by the artist at some point during (maybe in the middle of) the process. To see how this works, you can check out an animated GIF of the process here. See 9 more of these after the cut.
Bovey Lee is a full-time artist, living and working in Philadelphia, PA. Originally from Hong Kong, Lee creates these highly intricate papercuts on rice paper by hand (no laser cutting machines involved!) and then backs them with silk. Color me stunned. You can more of her amazing work below the cut (har har) and at her site right here.
Some fantastic comic art from Serbian-born and Germany-based illustrator Marko Djurdjevic (who is, thankfully, doing covers for Marvel these days.) You’d never guess that he’s only 31. Most of these are copyrighted by Marvel. If you like his work, you can also find more of it on marvel.com and in the Marvel Wikia.