Author archives: Antonio R.

  • Meryl Pataky

    During her study at Academy of Art in San Francisco, Meryl Pataky started to do sculpturing, but besides doing the regular sculptures, she decided to experiment with elements. Taking the inspiration from the periodic table, her multidisciplinary work involves...

  • David Spiller

    David Spiller grew up in post-war England during the establishment of Pop Art and his work consists of bright colors and expressive short sentences. The lines are taken from rock songs whose artists also played a role in the 60’s – from Bob Dylan and...

  • Tony Lloyd

    Art types rotate in the perpetual circle of influence. Illustrations are inspired by music, photography by poems, etc. Tony Lloyd is an Australian painter who finds his inspiration in movie genres such as Film Noir, SF, and thrillers. His cold and mystic art...

  • Reginald Aloysius

    As a student of economy and politics, Reginald Aloysius got interested in the subject of globalization and its consequences. What are the direct impacts of the world becoming a global village on people and cultural traditions? Born in London, Aloysius is of...

  • Todd Hunter

    Todd Hunter’s work is a constant war between rational and irrational – when should an artist have a complete control and when should he let go to the instincts. Conscious work can give great results in utilizing the things you’ve learned through...

  • Luiz Risi

    By taking inspiration from popular culture, Luiz Risi aka The Red Mice District creates illustrations that often pay respect to various characters from movies and cartoons. Instead of drawing a classical representation of the fictional characters, he...

  • Laura La Wasilewska

    As a contemporary artist, Laura La Wasilewska founds inspiration for her work in classical art and in people who she meets, of whom she draws portraits. She often does classical portraits, but sometimes she’ll insert unusual elements such as an animal...

  • Laser 3.14

    Through the day Laser 3.14 roams the streets of Amsterdam, in search for the right place to write his graffiti. When the night comes, he returns to the same spot and decorates it with thought-provoking sentences. The word “laser” in his tag comes from his...

  • Lutz Dille

    The 50s and 60s of the 20th century were the golden age of street and documentary photography in Canada, especially in its most vibrant cities, Toronto and Montreal. In these two decades, a great number of photographs were taken which show the society of that...

  • Lyndi Sales

    The inspiration for creating a piece of art often comes from artist’s own experience – most often it’s the everyday observation of the surrounding, but sometimes the inspiration comes from unexpected life events. For her work, Lyndi Sales finds...

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