Element Tree x Art Primo x Eggshell Stickers – EARTHLING Episode: 4 Feat. MAST

Element Tree, Art Primo and Eggshell Stickers Present EARTHLING Episode: 4 featuring graffiti artist MAST. The video was created, shot and edited by Serringe of Element Tree with drone Footage shot by Thaddeus Rombauer.

Powered By: Art Primo artprimo.com and Eggshell Stickers eggshellstickers.com
Produced By: ELEMENT TREE and MAST
True Mean Creations photo provided by: NOBLE

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Ashish Patel – Miniature Pencil Portraits

Fine artist Ashish Patel creates incredible portrait and figure illustrations using an extremely fine tipped pencil. From Charlie Chaplin to Lana del Ray, Patel each piece is only mere centimetres large but resemble the subject matter perfectly.

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The Creative Lives – Jeremy Fish

In the latest episode of the second season of The Creative Lives, we get a chance to take an in depth look at artist Jeremy Fish. Here’s what TCL had to say about the latest edition:

“Inspired by his traveling salesman uncle, Jeremy Fish is drawn to the road like a river to the sea. On this three week journey we follow Jeremy and his trusted van Big Mike up the Pacific Northwest on the tail end of his 2010 summer tour that took him to galleries across Europe and the Southeast United States. Jeremy created unique paintings for each city on the tour, inspired by their heritage, and tells us about his own upbring and love of art as we travel through Portland Oregon and Seattle Washington.”

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The Creative Lives – Season 2 “Richard Colman”

The Creative Lives are back at it again with another artist featured episode. This time around it features the one and only Richard Colman.

“Relentless and driven, Richard Colman creates work that questions the role of power. Perhaps this stems from his early years writing graffiti in Maryland, where his EVER moniker became ubiquitous in the streets. After his friend Roger Gastman asked him for paintings for a book launch he was doing, Richard created his first studio work and was very well received, starting Richard on a lifelong journey to create work that meets his own high expectations. He pushes himself constantly and what the world gains is a incredibly detailed and ever changing body of work that continues to shift and invent due to the artist’s restless nature. In this episode we follow Richard as he creates two knock-out installations at New Image Art in Los Angeles, and Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco.”

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Birdo + Detroit – A Street Art Film

Our main man BirdO (aka Jerry Rugg) has been going at it hard these days. Out and about to all different sorts of cities throughout the world, but he always comes back to his main squeeze – Detroit.

In this artsy short film, Mr. Rugg tours some of his old murals and completes a new one high in the sky next to Ford Field.

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Tatsuya Tanaka – Miniature Calendar

“veryone must have had similar thoughts at least once. Broccoli and parsley might sometimes look like a forest, or the tree leaves floating on the surface of the water might sometimes look like little boats. Everyday occurrences seen from a pygmy’s perspective can bring us lots of fun thoughts.

I wanted to take this way of thinking and express it through photographs, so I started to put together a “MINIATURE CALENDAR” These photographs primarily depict diorama-style figures surrounded by daily necessaries.
Just like a standard daily calendar, the photos are updated daily on my website and SNS page, earning it the name of “MINIATURE CALENDAR.”

It would be great if you could use it to add a little enjoyment to your everyday life.” –Tatsuya Tanaka

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Myneandyours – New Work and Video

We just got back in contact with multidisciplinary artist Myneandyours about some fresh new work he’s been up to all over the globe. With recent trips in Spain and NYC, the British artist has been leaving his mark on everything in sight. On top of that Art of One recently made a mini-doc on his life and creative process. Take a look at all the images and video after the hop!

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