Space Invader Art and How to Find It

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If you like space invader street art and you’re looking for an alternative to costly trips to Paris museums, try searching the city for Space Invader art. While Paris is not known for its space invader street art, one anonymous artist who goes by the pseudonym, Invader, started his now global large-scale project, Space Invaders. … Read more

Surrealist Sculpture Art by John Abery is Monumental

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The Contemporary sculpture artist, John Abery, and his Surrealist sculpture art modifies size and the monumental to question the viewer’s space in the world. John Abery became a sculptor because he would always see things in three dimensions in his head and wanted to express all parts of his vision. This naturally led to becoming … Read more

Damien Hirst Art: What’s in a Human Diamond Skull?

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Looking at the diamond skull that is the Damien Hirst Skull actually helps to better understand all Damien Hirst art. “I don’t know art but I know what I like.” Damien Hirst (b. 1965) might agree. This saying, now considered somewhat cliché, has a lot more truth to it than most would like to let … Read more

Psychedelic Art that Raises Consciousness

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Grey’s psychedelic art like his psychedelic posters and his psychedelic paintings are not only popular, but raise viewers’ levels of consciousness. Alex Grey is as close a rock star as you can get in the psychedelic art realm… The Columbus, Ohio native might be best known for his work on the album artwork for metal … Read more

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Mayme Kratz Notices the Unnoticeable with Pattern

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Mayme Kratz uses scale and pattern to encourage people to stop and see the roses. Artist Mayme Kratz finds inspiration in Arizona’s harsh desert climate, collecting found organic materials and capturing them in a polymer resin. This act of preservation is an ode to the ephemeral–a memento mori–that forces the viewer to acknowledge their transient … Read more

Oil Pastels and how the Individual Perceives Them

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Often a work such as those in oil pastels by Michael Alderson can be perceived by many in many different ways. Michael Alderson has mastered oil pastels during his time as an artist since Graduating from Kendall School of Design in 1992. Most oil pastel art, including this, goes without titles because Alderson feels “that … Read more

Environmental Art with a bit of Style by Josh Keyes

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Stylish environmental art by the talented and very fun environment artist, Josh Keyes, may also be a not-so-fun slap in the face. Artists, who paint the truth are just gross, right? They’re just like people who don’t flush after they pee. The environment artist who is creating environmental art with the truly pertinent issues in … Read more

Edvard Munch Paintings at SFMoMA

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Edvard Munch (1863–1944) was an interesting man who painted interesting subjects and the Edvard Munch paintings exhibit at SFMoMA is, not only a study of fleeting time, but of the painter himself and his work. It might seem ironic that the SFMoMA (The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art) has so many Contemporary art special … Read more

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