Posts Tagged ‘art’

Artist Interview: Bambi Edlund

Bambi Edlund is one of our newest artists to join ImageZoo. I just love her illustration style, so I was happy when she agreed to be interviewed. Read on to find out what inspires her and what she’s been up to. When did you know you wanted to become an illustrator? Illustration has always been part [...]

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See What’s New at the Zoo

Be sure to check out some amazing illustration by new talented artists who’ve joined the Zoo. © Budi Satria Kwan Budi’s images pack a punch with striking colors and strong concepts. View the rest of Budi’s images here.   © Greg Cross You will love the characters and humor in these images by Greg Cross. [...]

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Light and Shadow Art

I came across this post on Design Milk and thought it was amazing so had to share. Japanese Artist Kumi Yamashita uses light and shadow to create these beautiful works of art. These are way better than the shadow puppets I can create! To see more of her work, click here.

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New York Metro Card Collage Art

Using what seems to be a never-ending amount of discarded Metro Cards by New York commuters, artist Nina Boesch creates these amazing collages that pay tribute to New York City (found via My Modern Met). Go to www.metrocardyourself.com to view more work in her Metro Card Collages series.  

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Over Three Million Dots

The Making of “Hero” from Miguel Endara on Vimeo. Artist Miguel Endara used stippling technique, drawing over three million dots to create an amazing piece of art. Talk about patience and attention to detail! Check out the video of Miguel Endara’s art process.

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