hifructosemag:

On June 13, Korean painter Kwon Kyungyup (featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 24) and Japanese painter Kazuki Takamatsu (Hi-Fructose Vol. 16) will debut two solo shows at Rome’s Dorothy Circus Gallery: Kwon’s “White Elegy” and Takamatsu’s “Because I’m a Doll.” Both working with a frosty, white color palette, the two artists cultivate placid worlds populated by characters that deceptively seem untouched by human flaws.
Kwon and Takamatsu achieve this effect in strikingly different ways: Takamatsu, with his fascination with digital depth mapping, paints doll-like characters that appear at once holographic and ghostly. Meanwhile, Kwon’s approach comes closer to realism. The fair-skinned beauties in her paintings harbor painful secrets given away by their teary eyes and wary expressions. In focusing on characters that appear inhumanly flawless at a first glance, both artists reflect upon the darker elements of the human mind. Take a look at some of their artworks, images courtesy of Dorothy Circus Gallery, below.
MORE:
http://hifructose.com/2013/05/14/preview-kwon-kyungyup-and-kazuki-takamatsu-at-dorothy-circus-gallery/
hifructosemag:

On June 13, Korean painter Kwon Kyungyup (featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 24) and Japanese painter Kazuki Takamatsu (Hi-Fructose Vol. 16) will debut two solo shows at Rome’s Dorothy Circus Gallery: Kwon’s “White Elegy” and Takamatsu’s “Because I’m a Doll.” Both working with a frosty, white color palette, the two artists cultivate placid worlds populated by characters that deceptively seem untouched by human flaws.
Kwon and Takamatsu achieve this effect in strikingly different ways: Takamatsu, with his fascination with digital depth mapping, paints doll-like characters that appear at once holographic and ghostly. Meanwhile, Kwon’s approach comes closer to realism. The fair-skinned beauties in her paintings harbor painful secrets given away by their teary eyes and wary expressions. In focusing on characters that appear inhumanly flawless at a first glance, both artists reflect upon the darker elements of the human mind. Take a look at some of their artworks, images courtesy of Dorothy Circus Gallery, below.
MORE:
http://hifructose.com/2013/05/14/preview-kwon-kyungyup-and-kazuki-takamatsu-at-dorothy-circus-gallery/

hifructosemag:

On June 13, Korean painter Kwon Kyungyup (featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 24) and Japanese painter Kazuki Takamatsu (Hi-Fructose Vol. 16) will debut two solo shows at Rome’s Dorothy Circus Gallery: Kwon’s “White Elegy” and Takamatsu’s “Because I’m a Doll.” Both working with a frosty, white color palette, the two artists cultivate placid worlds populated by characters that deceptively seem untouched by human flaws.

Kwon and Takamatsu achieve this effect in strikingly different ways: Takamatsu, with his fascination with digital depth mapping, paints doll-like characters that appear at once holographic and ghostly. Meanwhile, Kwon’s approach comes closer to realism. The fair-skinned beauties in her paintings harbor painful secrets given away by their teary eyes and wary expressions. In focusing on characters that appear inhumanly flawless at a first glance, both artists reflect upon the darker elements of the human mind. Take a look at some of their artworks, images courtesy of Dorothy Circus Gallery, below.

MORE:

http://hifructose.com/2013/05/14/preview-kwon-kyungyup-and-kazuki-takamatsu-at-dorothy-circus-gallery/


Quick Feature of the Week
Thea De LeonPhotographerhttp://theadeleon.deviantart.com/
It’ll be the first time that we’ll be featuring a photographer in our weekly program, and we definitely felt great choosing Thea De Leon to pioneer this milestone. We grabbed some of her majestic works on her dA account, so be sure to check out more stunning photos there!
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Quick Feature of the Week

Thea De Leon
Photographer
http://theadeleon.deviantart.com/

It’ll be the first time that we’ll be featuring a photographer in our weekly program, and we definitely felt great choosing Thea De Leon to pioneer this milestone. We grabbed some of her majestic works on her dA account, so be sure to check out more stunning photos there!

QuickFeat on Wednesdays
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More art on FB | Twitter | Pinterest

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lamborghini egoista concept

Quick Feature of the Week
Karding (Ricardo Arcenal Jr.) Graphic Artisthttp://shadowness.com/karding
With the return of QuickFeat to your regular Tumblr airtime, we feature some of the masterpieces of Ricardo Arcenal Jr. from Muntinlupa City, Manila. Check out his works both on traditional and digital media, and be left in awe. More on his website and here.

QuickFeat on WednesdaysCheck the Store | Subscibe to NewsletterMore art on FB | Twitter | Pinterest Quick Feature of the Week
Karding (Ricardo Arcenal Jr.) Graphic Artisthttp://shadowness.com/karding
With the return of QuickFeat to your regular Tumblr airtime, we feature some of the masterpieces of Ricardo Arcenal Jr. from Muntinlupa City, Manila. Check out his works both on traditional and digital media, and be left in awe. More on his website and here.

QuickFeat on WednesdaysCheck the Store | Subscibe to NewsletterMore art on FB | Twitter | Pinterest Quick Feature of the Week
Karding (Ricardo Arcenal Jr.) Graphic Artisthttp://shadowness.com/karding
With the return of QuickFeat to your regular Tumblr airtime, we feature some of the masterpieces of Ricardo Arcenal Jr. from Muntinlupa City, Manila. Check out his works both on traditional and digital media, and be left in awe. More on his website and here.

QuickFeat on WednesdaysCheck the Store | Subscibe to NewsletterMore art on FB | Twitter | Pinterest

Quick Feature of the Week

Karding (Ricardo Arcenal Jr.)
Graphic Artist
http://shadowness.com/karding

With the return of QuickFeat to your regular Tumblr airtime, we feature some of the masterpieces of Ricardo Arcenal Jr. from Muntinlupa City, Manila. Check out his works both on traditional and digital media, and be left in awe. More on his website and here.

QuickFeat on Wednesdays
Check the Store | Subscibe to Newsletter
More art on FB | Twitter | Pinterest

In Training
Now available in our Qwezer Shop!

May nag-acid tripping. Hehe

just-art:

puntilist drawing Benjaman Kyle
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puntilist drawing Benjaman Kyle
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puntilist drawing Benjaman Kyle

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puntilist drawing Benjaman Kyle

artforadults:

realistic paintings by robin eley
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realistic paintings by robin eley
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realistic paintings by robin eley

artforadults:

realistic paintings by robin eley

just-art:

Illustrations by Okaya Mashinya
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Illustrations by Okaya Mashinya
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Illustrations by Okaya Mashinya
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Illustrations by Okaya Mashinya

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Illustrations by Okaya Mashinya

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Mixed Media Artworks by Emmanuelle Pidoux
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Mixed Media Artworks by Emmanuelle Pidoux
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Mixed Media Artworks by Emmanuelle Pidoux

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Mixed Media Artworks by Emmanuelle Pidoux