Hudson Christie is an illustrator from Toronto who uses sculpture and photography to make imagery. Christie uses oven bake clay, paper, foam and wood. Christie also frequently uses Gumby, folk sculpture, and Sottsass in my pictures.
Emma Allen created an animated self-portrait exploring the idea of rebirth and illustrating the transfer of energy from one incarnation to another. Allen painted this stop frame animation on myself over a period of 5 days, using some face paints, a mirror and a camera.
HYPURITIDE is the 6th Installment of my mega-series of solo shows by Evond Blake (a.k.a MEDIAH) entitled DECIMALS REBUILT. The intention is to create visually stunning artwork that blurs the lines between new media practices, contemporary art, and the gritty, edgy aesthetic of graffiti art to create a unique experience that moves both spirit and mind
This is one of the most incredible things we’ve seen in forever (we know we say that a lot). But damn, look at this. Chris Carlson, a Denver-based artist, creates a Tetris stop-motion animation illusion video out of chalk! Video after the jump.
You have probably seen her work before in a number of ways, painting, sculpture, in a music videos. Well here’s another video of the amazing Allison Schulnik doing her strangely beautiful stop-motion animation.